Oregon Coastal Management Program

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Oregon Coastal Atlas, ICAN, WCGA, Coastal and Marine information
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Oregon Coastal Atlas Administrator

Oregon Coastal Management Program

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800 NE Oregon Street no.18, 97232 Portland, United States of America

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Phone: 971-673-0962

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Available map layers (285)

Oregon Coastal Atlas (OCA_cached_maps)

WMS service for the ICAN and WCGA Pilots using sample data from the Oregon Coastal Atlas

Coastal & Marine Data Overlays (Overlays)

Overlays

Oregon Coastal Zone, OCMP, 2001 (cz-poly)

Oregon Territorial Sea Polygon, OCMP, 2008 (BASE_Territorial_Sea_Polygon_ESIshoreline)

Oregon Territorial Sea 3nm Line, OCMP, 2008 (territorial_sea_line)

U.S. Exclusive Economic Zone, NOAA (US_EEZ)

U.S. Contiguous Zone, NOAA (US_Contiguous_Zone)

U.S. Territorial Sea, NOAA (US_Territorial_Sea)

Oregon Marine Reserve and Marine Protected Area Boundaries, ODFW, 2012 (MPA_MR_Boundaries_ODFW_2012)

Oregon Statutory Vegetation Line, 1967 (svl_ln)

Shoreline Protective Structures, OPRD, 2015 (sps_lines)

Goal 18 Eligibility Inventory, OCMP, 2015 (goal18_eligibility_inventory)

This Goal 18 BPS Inventory includes a catalog of coastal tax lots which have been identified as developed or not developed as of January 1, 1977 as required by and consistent with Statewide Planning Goal 18. The Notes field associated with each tax lot contains additional information supporting the determination of its development status.

Dredge Material Disposal Site, ACOE, 2011 (Dredged_Material_ACOE_2011)

A precise geographical area within which placement of dredged material occurs. The dataset represents active, inactive, and historic disposal sites. This feature class is a compilation of geographic data digitized from various sources.

NNMREC Renewable Energy Ocean Test Site, OSU, 2012 (NNMREC_OSU_2012)

NNMREC's ocean test site is one square nautical mile and ranges in depth from 45-55m. It has a gently sloping soft, sandy bottom. Significant wave heights (SWH) average 1-2.5m during summer months at 6 - 9 second energy periods. During winter months these increase to SWH averaging 2 - 5m at 8 - 12 second energy periods, with maximum significant wave heights of 7 - 14m.

Ocean Observing Initiative Cables, OCMP, 2011 (Ocean_Observing_Initiative_Cables_OCMP_2011)

The areas included in this layer are polygons off the coast where Ocean Obervation Initiative cables research is conducted. In some cases, multiple types of research are conducted in the same area for the same project, and these were marine reserve areas. In other cases, the geographic area of research was made larger than the actual area for security purposes, or because the exact area of the research was not specifically identified, and these were categorized as generalized areas.

OPT Wave Energy Lease Area 15MW, FERC, 2010 (OPT_15MW_FERC_2010)

Polygon layer to show the existing Ocean Power Technologies lease area location for a wave energy generating facility offshore of Reedsport, Oregon.This layer represents the known Ocean Power Technologies wave energy generating facility lease area location within Oregon's Territorial Sea as of August 2010.

OPT License Area Location for Single Wave Energy Buoy, FERC, 2010 (OPT_singlebuoy_FERC_2010)

This layer represents the known Ocean Power Technologies lease location for a single wave energy generating buoy within Oregon's Territorial Sea as of August 2010.

Submarine Cable Corridors, OFCC, 2012 (SubmarineCables_OFCC_2012)

This data represesntss the generalized locations of submarine cable corridors that make landing on the Oregon coast.

Territorial Sea Plan Part V Plan Map Index, DLCD, 2013 (TSP_PartFive_PlanMap_index_DLCD_2013)

This map is the spatial representation of the Oregon Territorial Sea Plan and includes "renewable energy facility site suitability areas", "proprietary use and management areas", "resources and uses conservation areas", "resources and uses management areas", "renewable energy exclusion areas", and "renewable energy permit areas".

Dredge Material Placement Areas, USACE, 2010 (Dredged_Material_Placement_Area_USACE_2010)

West Coast Cities with Foam Bans, WCGA, 2014 (WC_Foam_Ban_Cities_WCGA_2014)

The data included in this file are West Coast Cities with Foam Bans, as inventoried by the WCGA, in summer 2014

West Coast Counties with Foam Bans, WCGA, 2014 (WC_Foam_Ban_Counties_WCGA_2014)

The data included in this file are West Coast Counties with Foam bans, as inventoried by the WCGA, in summer 2014

West Coast Cities with Plastic Bag Bans, WCGA, 2014 (WC_Plastic_Bag_Ban_Cities_WCGA_2014)

The data included in this file are West Coast Cities with Plastic Bag bans, as inventoried by the WCGA, in summer 2014

West Coast Counties with Plastic Bag Bans, WCGA, 2014 (WC_Plastic_Bag_Ban_Counties_WCGA_2014)

The data included in this file are West Coast Counties with Plastic Bag bans, as inventoried by the WCGA, in summer 2014

Generalized Statewide Zoning, DLCD, 2014 (OregonZoning_09_24_2014)

Statewide Zoning.

NRI Marine Research Lines, OCMP, 2012 (Nearshore_Research_Inventory_Lines_OCMP_2012)

The data included in this file are research lines off the coast of have been consistently sampled over time. These lines are geographically specific, however, samples are made intermittently along these lines. Therefore, there are no continuous observations or samples taken along the lines, but they do provide a track for cruises to make samples. The lines with the most research historically are the Newport Hydrographic Line (referred to as the NH line) off the coast of Newport, Oregon, the Strawberry Hill Line (referred as the SH line) off the coast of Strawberry Hill State Park south of Yachats, Oregon, and the Coos Bay Line (referred to as the CB line) off the coast of Coos Bay, Oregon. There are twelve lines along the Oregon coast that have regularly planned research associated with them. All of the research lines are associated with nearshore sampling stations.

NRI Marine Research Transects, OCMP, 2012 (Nearshore_Research_Inventory_Transects_OCMP_2012)

This dataset includes research transects off the coast of Oregon. Research transects are lines of research where data is continuously collected along the line. The most continuously sampled transect is the line used by the underwater gliders, which are autonomous underwater vehicles that collect continuous oceanographic data along a line. Currently, the gliders use the Newport Hydrographic Line to collect information. However, they are proposed for other areas in Oregon in the future as part of the Ocean Observatories Initiative, including a line parallel to the coast of Oregon at 126 degrees longitude in deep offshore waters. Other transects included in the inventory are cruises that make continuous observations of marine mammals and seabirds.

NRI Marine Research Areas, OCMP, 2012 (Nearshore_Research_Inventory_Poly_OCMP_2012)

The marine research areas included in the inventory are polygons off the coast where research is conducted. In some cases, multiple types of research are conducted in the same area for the same project, and these were marine reserve areas. In other cases, the geographic area of research was made larger than the actual area for security purposes, or because the exact area of the research was not specifically identified, and these were categorized as generalized areas.

Fiber Optic Cables off the Oregon Coast, OFCC, 2012 (Fiber_Optic_Cables_OFCC_2012)

Crabber-Tugboat Towlane Agreement, WA Sea Grant, 2007 (Towlanes_WASG_2007)

Astoria All Fishing Sectors Fisheries Uses and Values Grid, Ecotrust, 2010 (ast_all_grid)

These data are an aggregation of several individual fishery layers from three sectors: commercial, charter, and private vessel sport boat. The fisheries layers used were derived from interviews with fishermen/captains in Astoria/Warrenton. The commercial fishing grounds combined were Dungeness crab (trap), shelf bottom trawl, and salmon (troll). The charter fishing grounds included here were Dungeness crab, Pacific halibut, rockfish, and salmon. The recreational fishing grounds included here were Dungeness crab, Flatfish, Pacific halibut, rockfish, and salmon.

Brookings, Gold Beach All Fishing Sectors Fisheries Uses and Values Grid, Ecotrust, 2010 (bgd_all_grid)

These data are an aggregation of several individual fishery layers from three sectors: commercial, charter, and private vessel sport boat. The fisheries layers used were derived from interviews with fishermen/captains in Brookings and Gold Beach. The commercial fishing grounds combined were Dungeness crab (trap), rockfish (fixed gear), salmon (troll), and Urchin (dive). The recreational and charter fishing grounds included here were Dungeness crab, Pacific halibut, rockfish, and salmon.

Depoe Bay All Fishing Sectors Fisheries Uses and Values Grid, Ecotrust, 2010 (dpo_all_grid)

These data are an aggregation of several individual fishery layers from three sectors: commercial, charter, and private vessel sport boat. The fisheries layers used were derived from interviews with fishermen/captains in Depoe Bay. The commercial fishing grounds combined were Dungeness crab (trap), rockfish (fixed gear), and salmon (troll). The recreational and charter fishing grounds included here were Dungeness crab, Pacific halibut, rockfish, and salmon.

Florence All Fishing Sectors Fisheries Uses and Values Grid, Ecotrust, 2010 (flr_all_grid)

These data are an aggregation of several individual fishery layers from three sectors: commercial, charter, and private vessel sport boat. The fisheries layers used were derived from interviews with fishermen/captains in Florence. The commercial fishing grounds combined were Dungeness crab (trap) and salmon (troll). The recreational and charter fishing grounds included here were Dungeness crab, Pacific halibut, rockfish, and salmon.

Newport All Sector Fisheries Uses Grid, Ecotrust, 2010 (new_all_kd_grid)

These data are an aggregation of several individual fishery layers from three sectors: commercial, charter, and private vessel sport boat. The fisheries layers used were derived from interviews with fishermen/captains in Newport. The commercial fishing grounds combined were Dungeness crab (trap), shelf bottom trawl, and salmon (troll). Commercial fishing ground aggregates that were combined were Dungeness crab (trap), salmon (troll), rockfish (fixed gear), and shelf bottom (trawl). The charter fishing ground aggregates that were combined were Dungeness crab, Pacific halibut, rockfish, and salmon. The recreational sport boat fishing ground aggregates that were combined were Dungeness crab, flatfish, Pacific halibut, rockfish, and salmon.

SOORC Commercial Fishing Fisheries Uses and Values Grid, Ecotrust, 2010 (src_all_grid)

These data are an aggregation of several individual fishery layers across three sectors: commercial, charter, and private vessel sport boat. The fisheries layers used were derived from interviews with fishermen/captains in Charleston/Coos Bay, Bandon, and Winchester Bay/Reedsport. The fishing grounds combined were Dungeness crab (trap), rockfish (fixed gear), salmon (troll), and shelf bottom trawl.

Garibaldi All Fishing Sectors Fisheries Uses and Values Grid, Ecotrust, 2010 (gar_all_grid)

These data are an aggregation of several individual fishery layers from two sectors: commercial and private vessel sport boat. The fisheries layers used were derived from interviews with fishermen/captains in Garibaldi. The commercial fishing grounds combined were Dungeness crab (trap), rockfish (fixed gear), salmon (troll), and shelf bottom trawl. The recreational (sport boat) fishing grounds included here were Dungeness crab, Pacific halibut, rockfish, and salmon.

Port Orford Commercial Fishing Fisheries Uses and Values Grid, Ecotrust, 2010 (com_orf)

These data are an aggregation of several individual fishery layers from the commercial sector. The fisheries layers used were derived from interviews with fishermen/captains in Port Orford. The commercial fishing grounds combined were Dungeness crab (trap), rockfish (fixed gear), salmon (troll), and urchin (dive).

Statewide Commercial Dungeness Crab Fishery Uses and Values Grid, Ecotrust, 2012 (dcrabt_allrks)

These data are a Statewide aggregation of the Commercial Dungeness Crab fishery. The fisheries layers used were derived from interviews with fishermen/captains in the Astoria and Warrenton, Tillamook and Garibaldi, Newport, Depoe Bay, Florence, Coos Bay, Port Orford, Brookings and Gold Beach areas. The fishing grounds were Dungeness crab (trap).

Astoria Commercial Dungeness Crab Fishery Uses and Values Grid, Ecotrust, 2012 (dcrabt_astrks)

Brookings, Gold Beach Commercial Dungeness Crab Fishery Uses and Values Grid, Ecotrust, 2012 (dcrabt_bgdrks)

Depoe Bay Commercial Dungeness Crab Fishery Uses and Values Grid, Ecotrust, 2012 (dcrabt_dporks)

Florence Commercial Dungeness Crab Fishery Uses and Values Grid, Ecotrust, 2012 (dcrabt_flrrks)

Newport Commercial Dungeness Crab Fishery Uses and Values Grid, Ecotrust, 2012 (dcrabt_newrks)

Port Orford Commercial Dungeness Crab Fishery Uses and Values Grid, Ecotrust, 2012 (dcrabt_orfrks)

SOORC Commercial Dungeness Crab Fishery Uses and Values Grid, Ecotrust, 2012 (dcrabt_srcrks)

Tillamook, Garibaldi Commercial Dungeness Crab Fishery Uses and Values Grid, Ecotrust, 2012 (dcrabt_tllrks)

Astoria Commercial Passenger Fishing Vessel Fisheries Uses and Values Grid, Ecotrust, 2010 (ast_cpfv_grid)

These data are an aggregation of several individual fishery layers from the commercial passenger fishing vessel (charter) sector. The fisheries layers used were derived from interviews with fishermen/captains in Astoria/Warrenton. The commercial passenger fishing vessel fishing grounds combined were Dungeness crab (trap), shelf bottom trawl, and salmon (troll). The charter fishing grounds included here were Dungeness crab (trap), rockfish, salmon, and Pacific halibut.

Newport Charter and Recreational Fisheries Uses Grid, Ecotrust, 2010 (cprc_new_kd_grid)

These data are an aggregation of several individual fishery layers from two sectors: charter, and recreational private vessel (sport boat). . The fisheries layers used were derived from interviews with fishermen/captains in Newport. The charter fishing ground aggregates that were combined were Dungeness crab, Pacific halibut, rockfish, and salmon. The recreational sport boat fishing ground aggregates that were combined were Dungeness crab, flatfish, Pacific halibut, rockfish, and salmon.

Salmon River Recreational Fisheries Uses & Values Grid, Ecotrust, 2010 (rec_slm_grid)

These data are an aggregation of several individual fishery layers across the private vessel sport boat sector. Specifically, the fisheries used were derived from interviews with fishermen/captains in Salmon River. The recreational fishing grounds included here were Dungeness crab, Pacific halibut, rockfish, and salmon.

Salmon River Recreational Dungeness Crab Fishery Use and Value Grid, Ecotrust, 2010 (dcrab_slmk_grid)

These data are an aggregation of several individual interviews in the private vessel sport boat sector. The fisheries layers used were derived from interviews with fishermen/captains in Salmon River. These recreational fishing grounds represent Dungeness crab.

Salmon River Recreational Pacific Halibut Fishery Use and Value Grid, Ecotrust, 2010 (phal_slmk_grid)

These data are an aggregation of several individual interviews in the private vessel sport boat sector. The fisheries layers used were derived from interviews with fishermen/captains in Salmon River. These recreational fishing grounds represent Pacific halibut.

Salmon River Recreational Rockfish Fishery Use and Value Grid, Ecotrust, 2010 (rckf_slmk_grid)

These data are an aggregation of several individual interviews in the private vessel sport boat sector. The fisheries layers used were derived from interviews with fishermen/captains in Salmon River. These recreational fishing grounds represent Rockfish.

Salmon River Recreational Salmon Fishery Use & Value Grid, Ecotrust, 2010 (sal_slmk_grid)

These data are an aggregation of several individual interviews in the private vessel sport boat sector. The fisheries layers used were derived from interviews with fishermen/captains in Salmon River. These recreational fishing grounds represent Salmon.

Coastal Vulnerability to Sea-Level Rise: A Preliminary Database for the U.S. Pacific Coast, USGS, 2001 (Vulnerability_SL_Rise_USGS_2001)

Marbled Murrelet Critical Habitat, USFWS, 2011 (MarbledM_CritHab_USFWS_2011)

This dataset depicts lands designated as critical habitat under section 4 of the Endangered Species Act for the marbled murrelet in Washington, Oregon, and California.

Seabird Colony Relative Importance, USFWS, 2011 (Seabird_Colony_Importance_USFWS)

These data are intended to depict monitoring trends of seabird colonies, and assign relative ecological importance for informing Oregon's Marine Spatial Planning process. Importance based on species and number of birds.

Seabird Abundance - All Species, Average number of individuals observed per km, CCR, 2000-2010 (All_Seabirds_Abundance_CCR_2009)

This dataset contains spatial information for densities and diversity of select seabird species within Oregon's nearshore marine environment. Under contract with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Craig Strong of Crescent Coastal Research conducted quantitative visual surveys of all bird and mammal species, with an emphasis on Marbled Murrelet, during the months of May - September from 1992-present (2011, currently). All surveys were conducted using small boats and multiple observers. Densities and diversity for select species were summarized for the period of 2000-2010, when survey methods were consistent among years.

Seabird Diversity - All Species, Shannon-Wiener Diversity Index, CCR, 2000-2010 (All_Seabirds_Diversity_CCR_2009)

This dataset contains spatial information for densities and diversity of select seabird species within Oregon's nearshore marine environment. Under contract with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Craig Strong of Crescent Coastal Research conducted quantitative visual surveys of all bird and mammal species, with an emphasis on Marbled Murrelet, during the months of May - September from 1992-present (2011, currently). All surveys were conducted using small boats and multiple observers. Densities and diversity for select species were summarized for the period of 2000-2010, when survey methods were consistent among years.

Shoreline Classified by Geomorphology and Energy for Sensitivity Indexing, NOAA, 1996 (esi_shoreline_or_coast_NOAA_1996)

25 Meter Depth Contour off Oregon, OSU ATSML, 2008 (ATSML_OR_25M_Depth_Contour)

Oregon Offshore Sand, Gravel and Shell Deposits, USGS, circa 1980 (usgs_sediment_1980)

Lithology Map for the Oregon Territorial Sea, OSU ATSML, 2008 (ATSML_OR_Ter_Sea_Lith_061308)

Tsunami_Inundation_Scenarios_DOGAMI_2013 (tsunami_inundation)

tsunami_inundation

XXL_Tsunami_Inundation_Scenario (XXL_Tsunami_Inundation_Scenario)

XL_Tsunami_Inundation_Scenario (XL_Tsunami_Inundation_Scenario)

L_Tsunami_Inundation_Scenario (L_Tsunami_Inundation_Scenario)

M_Tsunami_Inundation_Scenario (M_Tsunami_Inundation_Scenario)

SM_Tsunami_Inundation_Scenario (SM_Tsunami_Inundation_Scenario)

Coastal_County_Flood_Zones_FEMA (FEMA_DFIRMs)

FEMA_DFIRMs

Clatsop_SFHA_effective_3857 (Clatsop_SFHA_effective_3857)

Clatsop_500_yr_fld (Clatsop_500_yr_fld)

clatsop_floodways (clatsop_floodways)

clatsop_bfe (clatsop_bfe)

Tillamook_SFHA_effective_3857 (Tillamook_SFHA_effective_3857)

Tillamook_500_yr_fld (Tillamook_500_yr_fld)

tillamook_prelim_floodways (tillamook_prelim_floodways)

tillamook_prelim_bfe (tillamook_prelim_bfe)

Lincoln_SFHA_effective_3857 (Lincoln_SFHA_effective_3857)

Lincoln_500_yr_fld_3857 (Lincoln_500_yr_fld_3857)

lincoln_floodways (lincoln_floodways)

lincoln_bfe (lincoln_bfe)

Lane_SFHA_effective (Lane_SFHA_effective_3857shp)

Lane_500_yr_fld (Lane_500_yr_fld)

lane_floodways (lane_floodways)

lane_bfe (lane_bfe)

Douglas_SFHA_effective (Douglas_SFHA_effective_3857)

Douglas_500_yr_fld (Douglas_500_yr_fld)

douglas_floodways (douglas_floodways)

Coos_SFHA_effective (Coos_SFHA_effective_3857)

Coos_500_yr_fld (Coos_500_yr_fld)

coos_floodways (coos_floodways)

coos_bfe (coos_bfe)

Curry_SFHA_effective (Curry_SFHA_effective_3857)

Curry_500_yr_fld (Curry_500_yr_fld_3857)

curry_floodways (curry_floodways)

curry_bfe (curry_bfe)

Coastal_Erosion_Hazard_Zones_DOGAMI (erosion_hazards)

erosion_hazards

curry_north_Bluff_HML_hazard_zones_dogami_2004 (curry_north_Bluff_HML_hazard_zones_dogami_2004)

curry_north_Dune_HML_hazard_zones_dogami_2004 (curry_north_Dune_HML_hazard_zones_dogami_2004)

curry_north_Active_hazard_zones_dogami_2004 (curry_north_Active_hazard_zones_dogami_2004)

lincoln_Bluff_HML_hazard_zones_dogami_2004 (lincoln_Bluff_HML_hazard_zones_dogami_2004)

lincoln_Dune_HML_hazard_zones_dogami_2004 (lincoln_Dune_HML_hazard_zones_dogami_2004)

lincoln_active_hazard_zones_dogami_2004 (lincoln_active_hazard_zones_dogami_2004)

tillamook_active_hazard_zone_dogami_2001 (tillamook_active_hazard_zone_dogami_2001)

tillamook_low_hazard_zone_dogami_2001 (tillamook_low_hazard_zone_dogami_2001)

tillamook_moderate_hazard_zone_dogami_2001 (tillamook_moderate_hazard_zone_dogami_2001)

tillamook_high_hazard_zone_dogami_2001 (tillamook_high_hazard_zone_dogami_2001)

clatsop_south_HML_hazard_zones_dogami_2009 (clatsop_south_HML_hazard_zones_dogami_2009)

clatsop_south_active_hazard_zone_dogami_2009 (clatsop_south_active_hazard_zone_dogami_2009)

clatsop_plains_high_hazard_zone_dogami_2001 (clatsop_plains_high_hazard_zone_dogami_2001)

clatsop_plains_moderate_hazard_zone_dogami_2001 (clatsop_plains_moderate_hazard_zone_dogami_2001)

clatsop_plains_low_hazard_zone_dogami_2001 (clatsop_plains_low_hazard_zone_dogami_2001)

clatsop_plains_active_hazard_zone_dogami_2001 (clatsop_plains_active_hazard_zone_dogami_2001)

Mean High Water (NSDC_MHW_Shoreline_OCMP_2015)

Oregon Coast Places (Places)

Places

Estuaries of the Oregon Coast, OCMP, 2002 (Estuaries2002)

Littoral Cells of the Oregon Coast, OCMP, 2008 (LittoralCells2008)

Rocky Shores of the Oregon Coast, OCMP, 2006 (RockyShores2006)

Popular Beaches of the Oregon Coast, DHS, 2008 (PopularBeaches2008)

Littoral Cells, OCMP, 2015 (LittoralCellAreas_OCMP_2015)

This layer attempts to depict the littoral cells of the Oregon coast using watershed boundaries and offshore bathymetric contours.

openstreetmap_color (openstreetmap_color)

openstreetmap_color

General Bathymetric Chart of the Oceans, BODC, 2014 (GEBCO_2014)

The General Bathymetric Chart of the Oceans (GEBCO) aims to provide the most authoritative, publicly-available bathymetry data sets for the world's oceans. The Global grid at 30 arc-second intervals is largely based on ship track soundings with interpolation between soundings guided by satellite-derived gravity data.

land (land)

General Bathymetric Chart of the Oceans, BODC, 2014 (GEBCO_2014_land)

The General Bathymetric Chart of the Oceans (GEBCO) aims to provide the most authoritative, publicly-available bathymetry data sets for the world's oceans. The Global grid at 30 arc-second intervals is largely based on ship track soundings with interpolation between soundings guided by satellite-derived gravity data.

General Bathymetric Chart of the Oceans, BODC, 2014 (GEBCO_2014_hillshade)

The General Bathymetric Chart of the Oceans (GEBCO) aims to provide the most authoritative, publicly-available bathymetry data sets for the world's oceans. The Global grid at 30 arc-second intervals is largely based on ship track soundings with interpolation between soundings guided by satellite-derived gravity data.

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transport_areas17 (transport_areas17)

waterarea17 (waterarea17)

waterways17 (waterways17)

railways17 (railways17)

roads17 (roads17)

aeroways17 (aeroways17)

borders17 (borders17)

places17 (places17)

land18 (land18)

landuse18 (landuse18)

transport_areas18 (transport_areas18)

waterarea18 (waterarea18)

waterways18 (waterways18)

railways18 (railways18)

roads18 (roads18)

aeroways18 (aeroways18)

borders18 (borders18)

places18 (places18)

CZMIL Green Lidar, JALBTCX, 2014 (NCMP_Hillshades_2014)

ORION-M Sensor (Infrared), USGS, 2016 (USGS_Hillshades_2016)

USGS_1995 (USGS_1995)

USGS_1995

USGS_Imagery_1995 (USGS_Imagery_1995)

USGS_2000 (USGS_2000)

USGS_2000

USGS_Imagery_2000 (USGS_Imagery_2000)

NAIP_2005 (NAIP_2005)

NAIP_2005

NAIP_Imagery_2005 (NAIP_Imagery_2005)

NAIP_2009 (NAIP_2009)

NAIP_2009

NAIP_Imagery_2009 (NAIP_Imagery_2009)

NAIP_2011 (NAIP_2011)

NAIP_2011

NAIP_Imagery_2011 (NAIP_Imagery_2011)

NAIP_2014 (NAIP_2014)

NAIP_2014

NAIP_Imagery_2014 (NAIP_Imagery_2014)

land4 (land4)

land5 (land5)

land6 (land6)

land7 (land7)

waterarea7 (waterarea7)

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