Louis area from Spring 2016 has been made available by the St. The imagery were collected during the 2012 growing season. Last year, they began to collect some states at a 60-centimeter sample resolution versus the typical 1 meter and as it appears have decided to continue doing the same for 2017. Derived and modified from a preexisting shapefile by A. Data are current as of October 19, 2018.
Attributes include property names, owners, managing entities, acreages, access, and other information. This publication allows users to interactively search, explore, and compare coal stratigraphic data. The 2017 Planned Acquisition Map shown here may change depending on funding. The collections are located under the Aerial Photography category. The strata are typically defined as low, medium, or high percent cultivated, nonagricultural land, urban use, agri-urban, or water. White Ethnicity, 2000 1:500,000 - Shows First Ancestry and Single-Race Ethnicity of Minor Civil Divisions Civil Townships.
It is attributed to allow the mine polygons to be differentiated based on mine number, mine name, county name, and the mine owner. Derived from National Agricultural Statistics Service, U. EarthOnDrive will be presenting its latest technologies and mapping software at the GeoBusiness, U. The thickness maps were based on coal-test records, mine-map notations, and interpretations of geophysical logs that are included in the files of the Indiana Geological Survey. Once you have explored those layers of interest use the Add Content tool on IndianaMap to quickly add, remove, and manage each layer. These options include sub-categories, file formats and data extent.
The most restrictive shrink-swell characteristic of the soil layer was used to represent the component soil. Well to these questions, I have a standard response. Digitized from the following published paper map: Indiana Geological Survey Miscellaneous Map 48. When the runs are finished, the results are input into WindMap. The Census Bureau recognizes 5 race classes. The data layer is aggregated to 13 standardized categories for display purposes with the emphasis being agricultural land cover. Intended for geographic display and analysis at the state level.
Land Cover Change, 2001 to 2006 30-meter Grid - Shows 2001 to 2006 Land Cover Change in Indiana. Louis County Missouri Orthophoto Consortium Aerial Photography 6-inch resolution aerial photography of the greater St. Land Cover, 2011 30-meter Grid Shows fifteen categories of land use in Indiana. Based on all available data as of October 2010, a new map of Danville Coal Member elevation was created. Beginning in 2009, all states flown adhered to this specification. The land cover classification was achieved by using a combination of Landsat imagery and ancillary data. Based on all available data as of June 2014, a new map of Colchester Coal Member elevation was created.
Impervious Surfaces Change, 2001 to 2006 30-meter Grid - Shows 2001 to 2006 changes in impervious surfaces in Indiana. Consumers of this information should review or consult the primary data and information sources to ascertain the viability of the information for their purposes. Impervious Surfaces, 2011 30-meter Grid - Shows estimated percentages of impervious surfaces in Indiana. Geologic Structural Features, 2013 - Shows the locations of geologic structural features in Indiana. Each individual image tile within the mosaic covers a 3. Derived from National Agricultural Statistics Service, U. Data are extracted from the U.
Mined-Out Areas of the Colchester Coal, 2014 1:24,000 - Shows the location and extent of the mined-out areas in the Colchester Coal Member in the coal region of west-central and southwestern Indiana. Land Cover, 2006 30-meter Grid Shows fifteen categories of land use in Indiana. Census Bureaus American Factfinder search engine, were provided by Linda Zellmer, Head, Geology Library, Indiana University. Soil Associations, 1994 1:250,000 - Shows generalized soil associations. Drones are flying at there own Aerial Robotics and Drone Pavilion this year. Depth to the Danville Coal, 2011 - Shows depth in feet to the top of the Danville Coal Member in Indiana.
The layer generally shows the locations of access points to managed sites, along with a unique identifier for each location. The downloadable products are multi-band images with three visible and one near-infrared wavelength bands, and an alpha band for identifying no-data areas. Ancestry is a persons self-identified heritage, ethnic origin, descent, or close identification to an ethnic group. The imagery is 1-meter resolution and was collected in the summer of 2011. The Indiana Big Tree Register is updated every 5 years.
The imagery were collected during the 2015 growing season. It includes mine locations from documented surface and underground mines that operated in Indiana since the late 1800s. The pixel attributes are assigned only to pixels where changes in impervious surface classification between 2001 and 2006. Derived from National Agricultural Statistics Service, U. Ground resolution is approximately 56 meters by 56 meters. No, it is not, but once you understand the weak parts of it, it can be a valuable tool. The imagery were collected during the 2010 growing season.