CA Tiger Salamander - Final Critical Habitat - USFWS - Central [ds247]

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Tags
Central Population, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Ambystoma californiense, habitat, environment, biota, California tiger salamander, Central California, critical


Summary

Critical habitat constitutes areas considered essential for the conservation of a listed species. These areas provide notice to the public and land managers of the importance of the areas to the conservation of this species. Special protections and/or restrictions are possible in areas where Federal funding, permits, licenses, authorizations, or actions occur or are required.

Description

These data identify, in general, the areas of final critical habitat for Ambystoma californiense (California tiger salamander, Central Population).

Credits

U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office

Use limitations

The GIS files and their associated coordinates are not the legal source for determining the critical habitat boundaries of species described in this dataset, but are used to identify areas which contain the physical and biological features essential to the conservation of the species or areas otherwise determined to be essential. Inherent in any dataset used to develop graphical representations, are limitations of accuracy as determined, among others, the source, scale and resolution of the data. While the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service makes every effort to represent the critical habitat shown with data as completely and accurately as possible (given existing time and resource constraints), the USFWS gives no warranty, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy, reliability, or completeness of these data. In addition, the USFWS shall not be held liable for improper or incorrect use of the data described and/or contained herein. Graphical representations provided by the use of these data do not represent a legal description of the critical habitat boundary. The user is referred to the critical habitat textual description in the appropriate final rule for this species as published in the Federal Register. These data are to be used only in the context of the definition and purpose of critical habitat. This primarily relates to Section 7 consultation under the Endangered Species Act. These data may be used for planning and land management purposes. They are not to be used for legal survey use. Please refer to Federal Register Citation Number 70FR49380, published 20050823 for the legal critical habitat information.

Extent

West -122.034679 East -119.201007
North 38.927603 South 35.563378

Scale Range
Maximum (zoomed in) 1:5,000
Minimum (zoomed out) 1:150,000,000

ArcGIS Metadata

Topics and Keywords

Themes or categories of the resource environment, biota


* Content type Downloadable Data
Export to FGDC CSDGM XML format as Resource Description No

Place keywords Central California

Theme keywords Central Population, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Ambystoma californiense, habitat, California tiger salamander, critical

Theme keywords environment, biota

Thesaurus
Title ISO 19115 Topic Categories




Citation

Title CA Tiger Salamander - Final Critical Habitat - USFWS - Central [ds247]
Publication date 2005-08-2300:00:00


Presentation formats * digital map
FGDC geospatial presentation format Vector Digital Data Set (Polygon)


Citation Contacts

Responsible party
Organization's name U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Contact's position ECOS Development Team
Contact's role originator


Contact information
Phone
Voice 970-266-2999

Address
Type both
Delivery point 1201 Oakridge Dr.
City Fort Collins
Administrative area CO
Postal code 80525
Country US
e-mail address http://ecos.fws.gov/ecp/helpTickets/create



Responsible party
Organization's name U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office
Contact's position GIS Branch Chief
Individual's name Cheryl Hickam
Contact's role point of contact


Contact information
Phone
Voice 916/414-6708
Fax 916/414-6713

Address
Type
Delivery point 2800 Cottage Way, W-2605
City Sacramento
Administrative area CA
Postal code CA
e-mail address cheryl_hickam@fws.gov

Contact instructions
Email, fax, or telephone.


Resource Details

Dataset languages English(UNITED STATES)
Dataset character set utf8 - 8 bit UCS Transfer Format


Status completed
Spatial representation type vector


* Processing environment Microsoft Windows 7 Version 6.1 (Build 7601) Service Pack 1; Esri ArcGIS 10.5.1.7333


Credits
U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office
ArcGIS item properties
* Name CA Tiger Salamander - Final Critical Habitat - USFWS - Central [ds247]
* Size 0.072
* Location Server=; :; Database=; User=; Version=
* Access protocol ArcSDE Connection

Extents

Extent
Geographic extent
Bounding rectangle
West longitude -122.034010877
East longitude -119.224906099
South latitude 35.5795838704
North latitude 38.9109353023

Vertical extent
* Minimum value 0.000000
* Maximum value 0.000000


Extent
Geographic extent
Bounding rectangle
Extent type Extent used for searching
* West longitude -122.034679
* East longitude -119.201007
* North latitude 38.927603
* South latitude 35.563378
* Extent contains the resource Yes

Vertical extent
* Minimum value 0.000000
* Maximum value 0.000000


Extent in the item's coordinate system
* West longitude -176251.456348
* East longitude 69202.743824
* South latitude -270812.680373
* North latitude 101292.729436
* Extent contains the resource Yes

Resource Points of Contact

Point of contact
Organization's name U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office
Contact's position GIS Branch Chief
Individual's name Cheryl Hickam
Contact's role point of contact


Contact information
Phone
Voice 916/414-6708
Fax 916/414-6713

Address
Type
Delivery point 2800 Cottage Way, W-2605
City Sacramento
Administrative area CA
Postal code CA
e-mail address cheryl_hickam@fws.gov

Contact instructions
Email, fax, or telephone.


Resource Maintenance

Resource maintenance
Update frequency not planned


Resource Constraints

Legal constraints
Limitations of use
See access and use constraints information.
Constraints
Limitations of use

The GIS files and their associated coordinates are not the legal source for determining the critical habitat boundaries of species described in this dataset, but are used to identify areas which contain the physical and biological features essential to the conservation of the species or areas otherwise determined to be essential. Inherent in any dataset used to develop graphical representations, are limitations of accuracy as determined, among others, the source, scale and resolution of the data. While the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service makes every effort to represent the critical habitat shown with data as completely and accurately as possible (given existing time and resource constraints), the USFWS gives no warranty, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy, reliability, or completeness of these data. In addition, the USFWS shall not be held liable for improper or incorrect use of the data described and/or contained herein. Graphical representations provided by the use of these data do not represent a legal description of the critical habitat boundary. The user is referred to the critical habitat textual description in the appropriate final rule for this species as published in the Federal Register. These data are to be used only in the context of the definition and purpose of critical habitat. This primarily relates to Section 7 consultation under the Endangered Species Act. These data may be used for planning and land management purposes. They are not to be used for legal survey use. Please refer to Federal Register Citation Number 70FR49380, published 20050823 for the legal critical habitat information.


Spatial Reference

ArcGIS coordinate system
* Type Projected
* Geographic coordinate reference GCS_WGS_1984
* Projection WGS_1984_Web_Mercator_Auxiliary_Sphere
* Coordinate reference details
Projected coordinate system
Well-known identifier 102100
X origin -20037700
Y origin -30241100
XY scale 10000
Z origin -100000
Z scale 10000
M origin -100000
M scale 10000
XY tolerance 0.001
Z tolerance 0.001
M tolerance 0.001
High precision true
Latest well-known identifier 3857
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Reference system identifier
* Value 3857
* Codespace EPSG
* Version 8.8(9.3.1.2)


Spatial Data Properties

Vector
* Level of topology for this dataset geometry only


Geometric objects
Feature class name DS0247_20170926
* Object type composite
* Object count 0



ArcGIS Feature Class Properties
Feature class name DS0247_20170926
* Feature type Simple
* Geometry type Polygon
* Has topology FALSE
* Feature count 0
* Spatial index TRUE
* Linear referencing TRUE



Data Quality

Scope of quality information
Resource level dataset




Data quality report - Conceptual consistency
Measure description
Geometry has been validated.




Data quality report - Completeness omission
Measure description
This dataset is complete.




Data quality report - Quantitative attribute accuracy
Measure description
No formal attribute accuracy tests were conducted.




Data quality report - Absolute external positional accuracy
Dimension horizontal


Measure description
Accuracy is dependent upon source materials




Data quality report - Absolute external positional accuracy
Dimension vertical


Measure description
A formal accuracy assessment of the vertical positional information in the data set has either not been conducted, or is not applicable.




Lineage

Process step
When the process occurred 2005-07-23
Description
We are designating critical habitat on lands that we have determined are occupied at the time of listing and contain the PCEs and those additional features found to be essential to the conservation of the Central population of the CTS. In our determination of critical habitat for the Central population of the CTS, we selected areas that possess the physical and biological features that are essential to the conservation of the species and that may require special management considerations or protection. After identifying the principal PCEs that are essential to the conservation of the CTS, we used the PCEs in combination with occurrence data; geographic distribution; GIS data layers for habitat mapping; vegetation, topography, watersheds, and current land uses; scientific information on the biology and ecology of the CTS; and accepted conservation principles for threatened or endangered species. To identify areas that contain those features which are essential to the conservation of the CTS within the occupied range of the Central population of the CTS, we first looked at the range of the Central population, as was reported and mapped by biologists who had conducted CTS surveys throughout the range of the species. The range boundaries were developed based on the principles of conservation science, genetics of the species, topography, geology, soils, vernal pool type distribution, and survey information (CNDDB 2004; CDFG 1998). To the best of our ability, we did not include non-habitat areas such as subdivisions, intensive agricultural areas, or areas containing slopes too steep to support aquatic habitats or upland refugia necessary for the conservation of CTS. We then focused on areas within the range where we had credible records (e.g., museum voucher specimens, reports filed by biologists holding section 10(a)(1)(A) recovery permits) indicating CTS presence (CNDDB 2004). The known locations of Central population of the CTS fall into four geographic regions of Central California. These geographic regions correspond to the four regions identified by Shaffer et al. (2004) outside Sonoma and Santa Barbara Counties and are separated by either geological or topographical features, or ecological zones, or both. Our conservation strategy for the Central population focuses on those extant locations that provide sufficient aquatic and upland habitats to ensure high enough adult survival to maintain and sustain extant occurrences of CTS in each of these four geographic regions within the range of the Central population of the species. Wherever possible within these four geographical regions, we included denser groups of aggregated extant occurrences that possessed the minimum size resolution for long term preserve design and are representative of the geographic extents of each separate genetic region. Each of the critical habitat units possesses a unique combination of occupied aquatic and upland habitat types, landscape features, surrounding land uses, vernal pool types, ponds, geographical range, genetic composition, and topography. We determined that conserving the Central Population of the CTS over the long term requires a five pronged approach: (1) Maintaining the current genetic structure across the species range; (2) maintaining the current geographic, elevational, and ecological distribution; (3) protecting the hydrology and water quality of breeding pools and ponds; 4) retaining or providing for connectivity between breeding locations for genetic exchange and recolonization; and (5) protecting sufficient barrier-free upland habitat around each breeding location to allow for sufficient survival and recruitment to maintain a breeding population over the long term. An explanation of how we determined the amount of upland habitat which contained features that are essential for the conservation of the CTS in each critical habitat unit is described below in more detail. Protecting the upland refugia as watersheds of occupied extant occurrences of the Central population of the CTS is essential for four reasons: (1) To provide terrestrial foraging, cover, and shelter for CTS upland existence; (2) to ensure that the amount of water entering an extant occupied aquatic habitat is not altered to such an extent to allow predators (such as bullfrogs and fish) to colonize the site; (3) to maintain the hydrologic functioning of the wetland to ensure inundation periods (e.g. 12 week minimum in all but the driest years) are maintained; and, (4) to preserve water quality by minimizing the entry of sediments and other contaminants to the known occupied habitat. Therefore, our critical habitat boundaries include the upland refugia of watersheds containing known occupied occurrences within the range of the Central population of the CTS. We then identified the amount of upland habitat surrounding these extant occurrences where adult CTS live during the majority of their life cycle. To determine a general guideline for the amount of upland habitat necessary to support an occurrence of adult CTS, we reviewed the primary literature regarding CTS upland habitat use, including Trenham (2000), Trenham et al. (2000 and 2001), and Trenham and Shaffer (in review). The best scientific peer-reviewed data indicate that CTS do not remain primarily in burrows close to aquatic habitats and breeding ponds, but instead move some distance out into the surrounding upland landscapes. As described in the Background section, CTS have been found up to 1.2 mi (2 km) from occupied occurrences. Two studies conducted in Monterey and Solano counties provide the best available scientific data on upland movement distances. First, the mark-recapture study of Trenham et al. (2001) showed that CTS commonly moved between ponds separated by 2,200 ft (670 m), suggesting that movements of this magnitude are not rare. Second, the ongoing study at Olcott Lake (Solano County) has directly documented the presence of high densities of juvenile and adult CTS at upland locations at least 1,300 ft (400 m) from this high quality breeding pond. In a recent trapping effort, 16 percent of total captures of juvenile salamanders occurred at 2,300 ft (700 m) (Trenham et al. 2001). Trenham and Shaffer (in review) determined that conserving upland habitats within 2,200 ft (670 m) of breeding ponds would protect 95 percent of CTS at their study location in Solano County. Protecting the needed upland habitat area with a radius of 2,200 ft (670 m) around a single pond that has a 13 ft (10 m) radius may yield a minimum area of 350 ac (140 ha). However, the size of any occurrence or breeding pond may increase the total amount of necessary aquatic and upland habitat space for survival of any known occurrence. We used 0.70 mi (1.1 km) dispersal distance (radius) as a guide for the amount of upland habitat around known occupied extant occurrences to be mapped as critical habitat for the purposes of preserving the Central population of the CTS within small mammal burrows (PCE 2). However, although the studies discussed above provide an approximation of the distances that CTS can move from their aquatic habitats, breeding ponds, and known occupied aquatic habitats in search of suitable upland refugia, we recognize that upland habitat features will influence CTS movements in a particular landscape. As a result, in some designated units, we made adjustments to the upland areas to include additional areas up to the watershed boundaries or to include habitat containing the PCEs. In other cases, the critical habitat units were reduced so as not to include non-habitat areas (those not exhibiting the PCEs) from the designation. Some agricultural lands were included if they were directly adjacent to known extant occurrences and considered essential for upland refugia or connectivity between occurrences and were not considered a barrier to movement. To determine the areas to be mapped within each unit for the purposes of dispersal (i.e. PCE 3), we used a distance of 0.70 mi (1.1 km) as a general guide. The only known study we are aware of that specifically investigated movement of California tiger salamanders between breeding ponds projected that 0.70 mi (1.1 km) would encompass 99 percent of interpond dispersal (Trenham et al. 2001). However, we recognize that (as with movements in search of suitable underground refugia) upland habitat features influence CTS movements within a particular landscape. Section 10(a)(1)(B) of the Act authorizes us to issue permits for the take of listed species incidental to otherwise lawful activities. An incidental take permit application must be supported by a habitat conservation plan (HCP) that identifies conservation measures that the permittee agrees to implement for the species to minimize and mitigate the impacts of the requested incidental take. We often exclude from designated critical habitat non-Federal public lands and private lands that are covered by an existing operative HCP and executed implementation agreement (IA) under section 10(a)(1)(B) of the Act because the benefits of exclusion outweigh the benefits of inclusion as discussed in section 4(b)(2) of the Act. We are aware of five HCPs under various stages of development; however, these draft HCPs are not proposed for exclusion because we have not made a determination that they meet our issuance criteria nor that they provide adequate conservation for CTS. In addition, they are not ready for public notice and comment. When defining critical habitat boundaries, we made an effort to exclude all developed areas, such as towns, housing developments, and other lands unlikely to contain primary constituent elements essential for CTS conservation. However, our minimum mapping units do not allow us to exclude all developed lands, such as outbuildings, roads, paved areas, lawns, and other similar areas that are unlikely to contain any of the PCEs in this rule. Federal actions limited to these non habitat areas would not trigger a section 7 consultation, unless those proposed actions would affect other threatened or endangered species and/or the PCEs in adjacent critical habitat. In summary, we designate as critical habitat four critical geographical regions where the Central population of the CTS are known to be extant because we believe protection of the units within these four regions is essential to the conservation of the species. These extant occurrences represent approximately 68 percent of all extant occurrences across the range of the Central population of CTS. Using a dispersal distance of 0.70 mi (1.1 km) from each of these occurrences, the four geographical areas also include some other occurrences of the CTS. Areas of final critical habitat occurring inside the twelve Census 2000 tracts identified in the economic analysis as having the greatest economic impact in terms of Surplus Lost, were eliminated. Final critical habitat legal descriptions were derived directly from the ArcGIS shapefile sketch properties table, listing the x and y coordinates of each polygon representing final critical habitat.




Process step
When the process occurred 2017-09-1800:00:00
Description
Restructured attribute table and removed empty fields. ~California Department of Fish and Wildlife, BIOS




Source data
Description
Refer to the Federal Register (70FR49380), 20050823.


Source medium name hardcopy


Geoprocessing history

Process
Date 2017-09-2908:38:14
Tool location c:\program files (x86)\arcgis\desktop10.5\ArcToolbox\Toolboxes\Data Management Tools.tbx\Project
Command issued
Include in lineage when exporting metadata No


Process
Date 2017-09-2908:55:39
Tool location c:\program files (x86)\arcgis\desktop10.5\ArcToolbox\Toolboxes\Conversion Tools.tbx\FeatureClassToFeatureClass
Command issued
Include in lineage when exporting metadata No


Distribution

Distributor
Contact information
Organization's name U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Contact's position ECOS Development Team
Contact's role distributor


Contact information
Phone
Voice 970-266-2999

Address
Type both
Delivery point 1201 Oakridge Dr.
City Fort Collins
Administrative area CO
Postal code 80525
Country US
e-mail address http://ecos.fws.gov/ecp/helpTickets/create



Ordering process
Terms and fees None
Instructions
This shapefile is downloadable from the US Fish and Wildlife Service's Critical Habitat Portal. See the "Online Source" section.

Transfer options
Online source
Location http://services.arcgis.com/QVENGdaPbd4LUkLV/arcgis/rest/services/USFWS_Critical_Habitat/FeatureServer



Distribution format
* Name SDE Feature Class


Transfer options
* Transfer size 0.072


Online source
Location https://www.wildlife.ca.gov/Data/BIOS
Function performed information

Online source
Location http://ecos.fws.gov/docs/crithab/zip/FCH_Ambystoma_californiense_20050823.zip
Function performed download

Fields

Details for object DS0247_20170926
* Type Feature Class
* Row count 0
Definition
Table containing attribute information associated with the data set.
Definition source
Producer defined


Field OBJECTID
* Alias OBJECTID
* Data type OID
* Width 4
* Precision 10
* Scale 0
* Field description
Internal feature number.
* Description source
Esri
* Description of values
Sequential unique whole numbers that are automatically generated.




Field Shape
* Alias Shape
* Data type Geometry
* Width 4
* Precision 0
* Scale 0
* Field description
Feature geometry.
* Description source
Esri
* Description of values
Coordinates defining the features.




Field COOPOFFICE
* Alias COOPOFFICE
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Field description
Cooperating Office Cost Center Code
Description source
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
List of values
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Field description
Lead Office Cost Center Code
Description source
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
List of values
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Description Unknown
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Field STATUS
* Alias STATUS
* Data type String
* Width 10
* Precision 0
* Scale 0
Field description
Critical Habitat Status
Description source
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
List of values
Value FINAL
Description Final Critical Habitat
Enumerated domain value definition source Producer defined




Field UNIT
* Alias UNIT
* Data type String
* Width 20
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* Scale 0
Field description
Critical habitat unit code
Description source
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Description of values
Unknown




Field SINGLMULTI
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* Data type String
* Width 10
* Precision 0
* Scale 0
Field description
Differentiates between Critical Habitats of single species and multiple species.
Description source
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
List of values
Value SINGLE
Description Shapefile represents a single species.
Enumerated domain value definition source Producer defined




Field EFFECTDATE
* Alias EFFECTDATE
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* Precision 0
* Scale 0
Field description
Effective date for critical habitat designation
Description source
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
List of values
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Description Unknown
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Field FEDREG
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Field description
Federal Register ID
Description source
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
List of values
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Enumerated domain value definition source Producer defined




Field COMNAME
* Alias COMNAME
* Data type String
* Width 200
* Precision 0
* Scale 0
Field description
Legal common name of the species
Description source
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
List of values
Value CALIFORNIA TIGER SALAMANDER
Description Unknown
Enumerated domain value definition source Producer defined




Field SUBUNIT
* Alias SUBUNIT
* Data type String
* Width 20
* Precision 0
* Scale 0
Field description
Critical Habitat subunit code
Description source
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
List of values
Value B
Description Unknown
Enumerated domain value definition source Producer defined


Value A
Description Unknown
Enumerated domain value definition source Producer defined


Value {Null Value / Empty Field Entry}
Description Unknown
Enumerated domain value definition source Producer defined




Field VIPCODE
* Alias VIPCODE
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* Width 3
* Precision 0
* Scale 0
Field description
Unique Population Code referencing the species for the critical habitat being submitted
Description source
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
List of values
Value V03
Description Unknown
Enumerated domain value definition source Producer defined




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Field description
Federal Register publication date
Description source
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
List of values
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Description Unknown
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Field SCINAME
* Alias SCINAME
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Field description
Binomial or trinomial scientific name
Description source
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
List of values
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Description Unknown
Enumerated domain value definition source Producer defined




Field UNITNAME
* Alias UNITNAME
* Data type String
* Width 50
* Precision 0
* Scale 0
Field description
Critical Habitat unit name
Description source
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
List of values
Value CENTRAL VALLEY REGION
Description Unknown
Enumerated domain value definition source Producer defined


Value EAST BAY REGION
Description Unknown
Enumerated domain value definition source Producer defined


Value SOUTHERN SAN JOAQUIN REGION
Description Unknown
Enumerated domain value definition source Producer defined


Value CENTRAL COAST REGION
Description Unknown
Enumerated domain value definition source Producer defined




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* Width 4
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* Scale 0
Field description
Unique Species Code referencing the species for the critical habitat being submitted
Description source
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
List of values
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Description Unknown
Enumerated domain value definition source Producer defined




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* Alias Shape.STArea()
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Field Shape.STLength()
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Overview Description
Entity and Attribute Overview
The entity and attribute information provided here describes the tabular data associated with the data set. Please review the detailed descriptions that are provided (the individual attribute descriptions) for information on the values that appear as fields/table entries of the data set.


Entity and Attribute Detail Citation
The entity and attribute information was generated by the individual and/or agency identified as the originator of the data set. Please review the rest of the metadata record for additional details and information.




Metadata Details

Metadata language English(UNITED STATES)
Metadata character set utf8 - 8 bit UCS Transfer Format


Scope of the data described by the metadata dataset
Scope name * dataset


* Last update 2017-09-29


ArcGIS metadata properties
Metadata format ArcGIS1.0
Metadata style FGDC CSDGM Metadata
Standard or profile used to edit metadata FGDC


Created in ArcGIS for the item 2017-09-2908:38:13
Last modified in ArcGIS for the item 2017-09-2908:55:37


Automatic updates
Have been performed Yes
Last update 2017-09-2908:55:37

Item location history
Item copied or moved 2017-09-2714:09:28
From P:\WorkArea\ds200-299\247-CATigerSalamander-FCriticalHab\v2\v2_final\ds247
To \\geodata.\\Pre_LYRMayor\Process\ds247


Metadata Contacts

Metadata contact
Organization's name U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Sacramento Fish and Wildlife Office
Contact's position GIS Branch Chief
Individual's name Cheryl Hickam
Contact's role point of contact


Contact information
Phone
Voice 916/414-6708
Fax 916/414-6713

Address
Type
Delivery point 2800 Cottage Way, W-2605
City Sacramento
Administrative area CA
Postal code CA
e-mail address cheryl_hickam@fws.gov

Contact instructions
Email, fax, or telephone.


Metadata Maintenance

Maintenance
Update frequency unknown


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