Invasive Plants (poly) - Red Sesbania - San Joaquin River [ds633]

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Tags
tree of heaven, Sapium sebiferum, environment, San Joaquin US Hydrologic Unit, tamarisk, chinese tallow, San Joaquin River, Chowchilla Bypass, salt cedar, Lepidium latifolium, Vegetation, Mud Slough, scarlet wisteria, Fresno County, Madera County, plants, California, red sesbania, Merced County, weeds, invasive species, Tamarix sp., Salt Slough, Catalpa sp., Sesbania punicea, Ailanthus altissima, Fresno Slough, perennial pepperweed, biota, Eastside Bypass, Arundo donax, giant reed


Summary

These data provide an estimate of the distribution, locations, and extent of the major invasive riparian plant species along the San Joaquin River from Friant Dam to the Merced River confluence as well as parts of major intersecting sloughs and bypasses, in June through August 2008. These data were collected for the San Joaquin River Restoration Program (SJRRP) to obtain a "snapshot" of the field conditions of the major invasive riparian plant species prior to the commencement of SJRRP interim flows on October 1, 2009, which are mandated by the Stipulation of Settlement in Natural Resources Defense Council, et al., v. Kirk Rodgers, et al., as approved by the Court in October 2006 (The Settlement). Invasive riparian plant species have the potential to substantially reduce the effectiveness of the SJRRP actions mandated by the Settlement. Invasive plant species have replaced native riparian vegetation in large portions of the SJRRP area, especially in Reach 1 along the low-flow shoreline. Invasive riparian plant species have the potential to rapidly respond to changes in the SJR and floodplain environment resulting from restoration actions, such as the release of interim and restoration flows, construction of various water control structures, fish screens and bypasses, river channel modifications, and creation of frequently inundated floodplain habitat. Among the invasive riparian plant species, red sesbania, in particular, has the greatest potential to reduce restoration effectiveness. Dispersal, growth, and physiological characteristics unique to red sesbania can substantially affect fish habitat. Unless the spread of red sesbania is controlled, achieving the restoration objectives of the Settlement may be compromised. Field observations on other California rivers have indicated that it is mainly flow that disperses red sesbania seed pods, and there is concern that SJRRP interim flows beginning in October 2009, as well as subsequent restoration flows, may facilitate the spread of red sesbania throughout the project area. See "2008 SJRRP Target Riparian Plant Species Mapping and Field Reconnaissance Survey" for a discussion of projected detrimental effects of red sesbania colonization and expansion on the project. In 2008, the current distribution, approximate locations, and in some cases estimated extent as well as other field data, of red sesbania (Sesbania punicea), arundo or giant reed (Arundo donax), tamarisk or saltcedar (Tamarix spp.), and Chinese tallow (Sapium sebiferum) were mapped along the San Joaquin River from Friant Dam to the Merced River confluence, parts of Fresno, Mud, and Salt Sloughs, as well as the Eastside and Chowchilla Bypasses at permissible access locations. Perennial pepperweed (Lepidium latifolium) was mapped, especially in the lower reaches and sloughs. Tree of heaven and Catalpa sp. were mapped opportunistically in Reach 1. Where access was allowed by canoe, kayak, automobile, and/or foot, these target riparian plant species locations were mapped using GPS units and air photo base maps; otherwise, locations of these species were estimated on the base maps and described on field data forms. Field observations were also obtained via a fixed-wing aircraft flying at low altitude. Field crews were assembled by the Department of Fish and Game, Department of Water Resources, US Fish and Wildlife Service, and Bureau of Reclamation as well as California State University, Stanislaus. The field work was coordinated by Reclamation. This mapping effort was a pilot study and first year of SJRRP invasive riparian plant species data collection. As a consequence, field data collection was not entirely consistent between the crews, with some crews utilizing GPS units only and simply mapping points, while other crews more fully implemented the protocol outlined in the scope of work, "2008 SJRRP Target Riparian Plant Species Mapping and Field Reconnaissance Survey". Given the geographic scope of the project and the compressed timeframe under which field crews were assembled and mobilized, this is an unfortunate but not unexpected artifact of a pilot study. Furthermore, limited access to the river in some reaches as well as other areas present further challenges to interpreting these data. The ground- and water-based surveys were conducted on public lands, or with the permission of private landowners. An aerial survey filled in data gaps downstream of Highway 145 and primarily revealed conditions where invasive plant species may exist. Because data were not systematically collected, they should not be analyzed or interpreted as a comprehensive sampling of the study area. Rather, these data represent our best effort at characterizing the distribution, locations, and extent of the major invasive riparian plant species along the San Joaquin River from Friant Dam to the Merced River confluence, parts of Fresno, Mud and Salt Sloughs, as well as the Eastside and Chowchilla Bypasses prior to the introduction of interim flows. In addition, despite mapping inconsistencies among crews and data gaps, these data provide value by updating the comprehensive vegetation mapping of the San Joaquin River by DWR in 2000 that included invasive species (see G.W. Moise and B. Hendrickson. 2002. Riparian Vegetation of the San Joaquin River. DWR, San Joaquin District). The invasive species included in DWR's "invasives" GIS layer are red sesbania, giant reed, blue gum, tree-of-heaven, pampas grass, and edible fig. A number of other invasive nonnative species occur, but were not systematically mapped. These species include Himalayan blackberry, white mulberry, castor bean, Lombardy poplar, and tamarisk.

Description

The purpose of this work is to estimate the occurrence, distribution, approximate locations, and abundance of red sesbania (Sesbania punicea) and four other major invasive riparian plant species: arundo (Arundo donax), saltcedar (Tamarix spp.), perennial pepperweed (Lepidium latifolium), and Chinese tallow (Sapium sebiferum) along the San Joaquin River and some adjoining channels between Friant Dam and the confluence with the Merced River. Adjoining channels include the Chowchilla Bypass, the Eastside Bypass, and parts of Fresno Slough, Salt Slough, and Mud Slough. The location of incidental observations of additional species including catalpa trees (Catalpa sp.) and tree of heaven (Ailanthus altissima) are included with this dataset. The distribution and density of red sesbania on the five SJR reaches and bypasses of the SJRRP are currently unknown. Recent colonization and rapid spread of red sesbania in the SJR system means existing remote imagery is likely to be inadequate to accurately map the distribution and estimated abundance of this and other aggressive invasive riparian plant species. In order to develop a managment plan for the most aggressive invasive riparian plant species in the SJRRP, current knowledge of their distribution, approximate locations, and estimated abundance in the SJRRP is required.

Credits

San Joaquin River Restoration Program

Use limitations

Extent

West -120.183457 East -119.785453
North 36.886229 South 36.783116

Scale Range

ArcGIS Metadata

Topics and Keywords

Themes or categories of the resource biota, environment


* Content type Downloadable Data


Place keywords San Joaquin River, Chowchilla Bypass, Mud Slough, Fresno County, Madera County, California, Merced County, Salt Slough, Fresno Slough, Eastside Bypass

Theme keywords tree of heaven, Sapium sebiferum, San Joaquin US Hydrologic Unit, tamarisk, chinese tallow, salt cedar, Lepidium latifolium, Vegetation, scarlet wisteria, plants, red sesbania, weeds, invasive species, Tamarix sp., Catalpa sp., Sesbania punicea, Ailanthus altissima, perennial pepperweed, Arundo donax, giant reed

Theme keywords environment, biota

Thesaurus
Title ISO 19115 Topic Category




Citation

* Title DS0633_20100429
Publication date 2008-09-22


Edition Build 4a


Presentation formats * digital map


Other citation details
GIS data assembled by Scott Phillips, CSU Stanislaus/ESRP


Citation Contacts

Responsible party
Organization's name San Joaquin River Restoration Program
Contact's role originator


Resource Details

Dataset languages English(UNITED STATES)


Status planned
Spatial representation type * vector


Supplemental information
Some red sesbania (RESE) point features in this layer have associated polygon features in layer sjrrp_targetplant_pol. Only some red sesbania features of size class "EXTENSIVE" or "SCATTERED SHRUBS" have associated polygons based on hand-drawn field maps or geotagged overflight photos.
* Processing environment Microsoft Windows 7 Version 6.1 (Build 7601) Service Pack 1; Esri ArcGIS 10.1.1.3143


Credits
San Joaquin River Restoration Program
ArcGIS item properties
* Name DS0633_20100429
* Location Server=; :; Database=; User=; Version=
* Access protocol ArcSDE Connection

Extents

Extent
Description
ground condition
Temporal extent
Beginning date 2008-06-11
Indeterminate time unknown
Ending date 2008-09-05
Indeterminate time unknown

Extent
Geographic extent
Bounding rectangle
Extent type Extent used for searching
* West longitude -120.183457
* East longitude -119.785453
* North latitude 36.886229
* South latitude 36.783116
* Extent contains the resource Yes

Extent in the item's coordinate system
* West longitude -13378761.207700
* East longitude -13334455.595100
* South latitude 4408918.889100
* North latitude 4423260.462600
* Extent contains the resource Yes

Resource Points of Contact

Point of contact
Individual's name Rosemary Stefani
Organization's name U.S. Bureau of Reclamation
Contact's position Natural Resources Specialist
Contact's role point of contact


Contact information
Address
Type physical
Delivery point 2800 Cottage Way, MP-154
City Sacramento
Administrative area CA
Postal code 95825
Country US
e-mail address rstefani@usbr.gov



Resource Maintenance

Resource maintenance
Update frequency as needed


Resource Constraints

Security constraints
Classification unclassified


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 0
Z scale 1
M origin 0
M scale 1
XY tolerance 0.001
Z tolerance 2
M tolerance 2
High precision true
Latest well-known identifier 3857
Well-known text PROJCS["WGS_1984_Web_Mercator_Auxiliary_Sphere",GEOGCS["GCS_WGS_1984",DATUM["D_WGS_1984",SPHEROID["WGS_1984",6378137.0,298.257223563]],PRIMEM["Greenwich",0.0],UNIT["Degree",0.0174532925199433]],PROJECTION["Mercator_Auxiliary_Sphere"],PARAMETER["False_Easting",0.0],PARAMETER["False_Northing",0.0],PARAMETER["Central_Meridian",0.0],PARAMETER["Standard_Parallel_1",0.0],PARAMETER["Auxiliary_Sphere_Type",0.0],UNIT["Meter",1.0],AUTHORITY["EPSG",3857]]

Reference system identifier
* Value 3857
* Codespace EPSG
* Version 7.11.2


Spatial Data Properties

Vector
* Level of topology for this dataset geometry only


Geometric objects
Feature class name DS0633_20100429
* Object type composite
* Object count 81



ArcGIS Feature Class Properties
Feature class name DS0633_20100429
* Feature type Simple
* Geometry type Polygon
* Has topology FALSE
* Feature count 81
* Spatial index TRUE
* Linear referencing FALSE



Data Quality

Scope of quality information
Resource level dataset




Data quality report - Conceptual consistency
Measure description
Not all points were mapped as polygons. There is variablity between data sources (e.g., field crews, data compiler) on the use of points, polygons, and estimated measurements.




Data quality report - Completeness omission
Measure description
Some parts of the study area were not accessible except for public road crossings or through prior permission of property owners.




Data quality report - Quantitative attribute accuracy
Measure description
Some attributes were missing from field maps or GPS data. We filled in missing values using neighboring or co-occurring occurrences (e.g. transferring point information to polygon features)




Lineage

Process step
When the process occurred 2008-08-31
Description
All of the following steps were done with this software version by this process contact between 2008-08-31 and 2008-09-21. Additional processes which include identifying SSURGO soils were done between 2009-06-01 and 2009-12-05


Process contact
Individual's name Scott Phillips
Organization's name California State University, Stanislaus (ESRP)
Contact's position GIS Manager
Contact's role processor


Contact information
Phone
Voice Not given

Address
e-mail address sphillips@esrp.csustan.edu

Contact instructions
Contact by email


Source data
Relationship to the process step used


Source citation
Alternate titles DFG/DWR






Source data
Relationship to the process step used


Source citation
Alternate titles CST/FWT






Source data
Relationship to the process step used


Source citation
Alternate titles CST-O






Source data
Relationship to the process step used


Source citation
Alternate titles BOR






Source data
Relationship to the process step used


Source citation
Alternate titles FWS








Process step
Description
Combined source GPS information from CST/FWT and DFG/DWR


Source data
Relationship to the process step used


Source citation
Alternate titles CST/FWT






Source data
Relationship to the process step used


Source citation
Alternate titles DFG/DWR








Process step
Description
Hand entered written coordinates and attributes and combined them with available BOR GPS data


Source data
Relationship to the process step used


Source citation
Alternate titles BOR








Process step
Description
Sent combined dataset to BOR for review and made edits based on written comments




Process step
Description
Added Caltapa sp. record in Reach 1B based on information emailed from R. Stefani, BOR




Process step
Description
Added additional points using the centroids of associated, digitized polygon features




Process step
Description
Dataset copied. Reprojected data into California Teale Albers NAD83. Edited original metadata by adding ISO keywords.


Process contact
Individual's name Nancy Ying
Organization's name California Department of Fish and Game
Contact's role processor


Contact information




Process step
Description
Due to access restrictions, digitized additional Arundo donax locations for areas not covered by ground surveys based on geotagged photographs taken on overflight survey and ancillary information.


Source data
Relationship to the process step used


Source citation
Alternate titles CST-O








Process step
Description
Digitized polygon features that were interpreted from combined field maps (with hand-drawn polygons) and GPS points




Process step
Description
Added attribute values to polygon features by hand-entering information transcribed on field maps or transferring attribute values from coinciding GPS points in Reach 1A


Source data
Relationship to the process step used


Source citation
Alternate titles DFG/DWR








Process step
Description
Edited attribute values for GPS points in Reach 1A for consistency and to fillin missing values (using field maps or neighboring locations).


Source data
Relationship to the process step used


Source citation
Alternate titles DFG/DWR








Process step
Description
Reviewed polygon and point features against source field maps for Reach 1A


Source data
Relationship to the process step used


Source citation
Alternate titles DFG/DWR








Process step
Description
Digitized estimated red sesbania polygons in Reach 1B between Reach 1A and Highway 145 based on linear information provided by California DFG Fresno


Source data
Relationship to the process step used


Source citation
Alternate titles DFG/DWR








Process step
Description
Removed extra GPS points that were redundant with polygon features of the same species




Process step
Description
Identify SSURGO soil with the point and polygon invasive plant species data


Process contact
Individual's name GIS Specialist - Environmental Affairs (Barbara Simpson)
Organization's name U.S. Bureau of Reclamation
Contact's position GIS Specialist
Contact's role processor


Contact information
Phone
Voice (916) 978-5031

Address
e-mail address bsimpson@usbr.gov

Hours of service
9 am - 3 pm M - F




Process step
Description
Combined BOR GPS information with GPS information provided by FWS


Source data
Relationship to the process step used


Source citation
Alternate titles BOR






Source data
Relationship to the process step used


Source citation
Alternate titles FWS








Process step
Description
Due to access restrictions, digitized additional red sesbania polygons for part of Reach 1B not covered by ground surveys based on the best estimate using geotagged photographs taken on overflight survey and ancillary information where possible


Source data
Relationship to the process step used


Source citation
Alternate titles CST-O








Process step
Description
Merged BOR/FWS/CST/FWT with DFG/DWR data and edited attributes for consistency


Source data
Relationship to the process step used


Source citation
Alternate titles CST/FWT






Source data
Relationship to the process step used


Source citation
Alternate titles DFG/DWR






Source data
Relationship to the process step used


Source citation
Alternate titles BOR






Source data
Relationship to the process step used


Source citation
Alternate titles FWS








Process step
Description
Created polygon features in GIS based on field maps with hand drawn polygons.




Process step
Description
Plotted a new set of field maps with available GPS points plotted on them


Source data
Relationship to the process step used


Source citation
Alternate titles DFG/DWR








Process step
Description
Combine hand-drawn polygon features from multiple source field maps to a single set of field maps


Source data
Relationship to the process step used


Source citation
Alternate titles DFG/DWR








Process step
When the process occurred 2008-08-11
Description
Sent Reach 1A data to California DFG Fresno office for review and made edits based on written comments




Process step
Description
Added features from overflight photos (CST-O) with combined BOR/FWS/CST/FWT/DFG/DWR dataset




Process step
Description
Added polygon features for BOR occurrences of red sesbania in Reach 2 based on field maps


Source data
Relationship to the process step used


Source citation
Alternate titles BOR








Process step
Description
Combined Reach 1A GPS information with GPS information provided for Reach 1B


Source data
Relationship to the process step used


Source citation
Alternate titles DFG/DWR








Process step
Description
Merged BOR and FWS with CST/FWT and edited attributes for consistency


Source data
Relationship to the process step used


Source citation
Alternate titles CST/FWT






Source data
Relationship to the process step used


Source citation
Alternate titles BOR






Source data
Relationship to the process step used


Source citation
Alternate titles FWS








Source data
Description
Occurrence locations


Resolution of the source data
Scale denominator 0

Source citation
Title U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Sacramento field data
Alternate titles FWS


Responsible party
Organization's name U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Sacramento)
Contact's role originator






Source data
Description
Additional occurrence information based on ground conditions viewed from overflight


Source medium name hard disk
Resolution of the source data
Scale denominator 0

Source citation
Title Overflight information collected by CSU Stanislaus
Alternate titles CST-O






Source data
Description
Occurrence locations


Source medium name hardcopyprinting on photographic paper
Resolution of the source data
Scale denominator 0

Source citation
Title U.S. Bureau of Reclamation source information and field data
Alternate titles Reclamation


Responsible party
Organization's name U.S. Bureau of Reclamation
Contact's role originator






Source data
Description
Occurrence locations


Source medium name hardcopyprinting on photographic paper
Resolution of the source data
Scale denominator 0

Source citation
Title California State University, Stanislaus and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Stockton field data
Alternate titles CST/FWT


Responsible party
Organization's name California State University, Stanislaus (ESRP), U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Stockton)
Contact's role originator






Source data
Description
Occurrence locations


Resolution of the source data
Scale denominator 0

Source citation
Title California Dept. of Fish and Game and California Department of Water Resources field data
Alternate titles DFG/DWR


Responsible party
Organization's name California Dept. of Fish and Game and California Department of Water Resources
Contact's role originator






Geoprocessing history

Process
Date 2010-01-2709:39:26
Tool location C:\Program Files\ArcGIS\ArcToolbox\Toolboxes\Data Management Tools.tbx\Project
Command issued
Include in lineage when exporting metadata No


Process
Date 2010-04-3008:05:56
Tool location C:\Program Files\ArcGIS\ArcToolbox\Toolboxes\Conversion Tools.tbx\FeatureClassToFeatureClass
Command issued
Include in lineage when exporting metadata No


Process
Date 2011-07-2109:29:05
Tool location C:\Program Files\ArcGIS\ArcToolbox\Toolboxes\Conversion Tools.tbx\FeatureClassToFeatureClass
Command issued
Include in lineage when exporting metadata No


Process
Date 2013-06-2116:03:00
Tool location c:\program files (x86)\arcgis\desktop10.1\ArcToolbox\Toolboxes\Data Management Tools.tbx\Project
Command issued
Include in lineage when exporting metadata No


Distribution

Distribution format
* Name SDE Feature Class


Transfer options
Online source
Location ftp://ftp.dfg.ca.gov/BDB/GIS/BIOS/Public_Datasets/600_699/ds633.zip

Online source
Location http://bios.dfg.ca.gov

Fields

Details for object DS0633_20100429
* Type Feature Class
* Row count 81


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 DS0633_20100429.AREA
* Alias DS0633_20100429.AREA
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Precision 38
* Scale 8




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 PERIMETER
* Alias PERIMETER
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Precision 38
* Scale 8




Field TAXONCODE
* Alias TAXONCODE
* Data type String
* Width 6
* Precision 0
* Scale 0
Field description
Four letter abbreviation for common name of invasive riparian plant species
Description source
Field data recording specifications, 2008 SJRRP Target Riparian Plant Species Mapping and Field Reconnaissance Survey Scope of Work
List of values
Value ARUN
Description arundo


Value CHTA
Description Chinese tallow


Value RESE
Description red sesbania


Value TAMA
Description tamarisk


Value PEPE
Description perennial pepperweed
Enumerated domain value definition source Added at request of project coordinator


Value HEAV
Description tree of heaven
Enumerated domain value definition source Added at request of project coordinator


Value CATA
Description catalpa
Enumerated domain value definition source Added at request of project coordinator




Field SPECIES
* Alias SPECIES
* Data type String
* Width 50
* Precision 0
* Scale 0
Field description
Scientific name of invasive riparian plant


Field SIZECLASS
* Alias SIZECLASS
* Data type String
* Width 20
* Precision 0
* Scale 0
Field description
Size class of occurrence of invasive riparian plant
Description source
Field data recording specifications, 2008 SJRRP Target Riparian Plant Species Mapping and Field Reconnaissance Survey Scope of Work
List of values
Value EXTENSIVE
Description Extensive


Value ISO MATURE PLANT
Description Isolated mature plant


Value SCATTERED SHRUBS
Description Scattered shrubs


Value SEEDLINGS
Description Seedlings


Value SHRUB CLUMP
Description Clump of shrubs




Field RESEBLOOM
* Alias RESEBLOOM
* Data type String
* Width 20
* Precision 0
* Scale 0
Field description
Indicates bloom/non-bloom of red sesbania
Description source
Proceedures, 2008 SJRRP Target Riparian Plant Species Mapping and Field Reconnaissance Survey Scope of Work
List of values
Value BLOOM
Description Red sesbania is blooming


Value NO BLOOM
Description Red sesbania is not blooming


Description Unknown blooming status


Accuracy information
Accuracy Variable
Explanation
Not always recorded


Field SITEDATE
* Alias SITEDATE
* Data type Date
* Width 36
* Precision 0
* Scale 0
Field description
Date of observation of invasive riparian plant


Field ORGCODE
* Alias ORGCODE
* Data type String
* Width 3
* Precision 0
* Scale 0
Field description
Short (3-letter) code for agency which collected the invasive riparian plant data
Description source
Field data recording specifications, 2008 SJRRP Target Riparian Plant Species Mapping and Field Reconnaissance Survey Scope of Work
List of values
Value BOR
Description U.S. Bureau of Reclamation


Value CST
Description California State University, Stanislaus (Endangered Species Recovery Program)


Value DFG
Description California Dept. of Fish and Game (Region 4 Office)


Value DWR
Description California Dept. of Water Resources (San Joaquin District)


Value FWS
Description U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Sacramento, CA)


Value FWT
Description U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Stockton, CA)




Field REACH
* Alias REACH
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Precision 38
* Scale 8
Field description
San Joaquin River reach
Description source
USBR San Joaquin River subreach layer
List of values
Value 0
Description Not part of the San Joaquin river reach


Value 1
Description A defined segment of the San Joaquin river


Value 2
Description A defined segment of the San Joaquin river


Value 3
Description A defined segment of the San Joaquin river


Value 4
Description A defined segment of the San Joaquin river


Value 5
Description A defined segment of the San Joaquin river




Field SUBREACH
* Alias SUBREACH
* Data type String
* Width 5
* Precision 0
* Scale 0
Field description
San Joaquin River subreach, or slough or bypass that connects to the San Joaquin River for those invasive riparian plant occurrences not on the San Joaquin River
Description source
USBR San Joaquin River subreach layer
List of values
Value FS
Description Code for Fresno Slough


Value SS
Description Code for Salt Slough


Value MS
Description code for Mud Slough


Value EB
Description code for Eastside Bypass


Value 4A
Description Subreach of reach 4


Value 2B
Description Subreach of reach 2


Value 2A
Description subreach of reach 2


Value 1B
Description subreach of reach 1


Value 1A
Description subreach of reach 1




Field Shape.STArea()
* Alias Shape.STArea()
* Data type Double
* Width 0
* Precision 0
* Scale 0




Field Shape.STLength()
* Alias Shape.STLength()
* Data type Double
* Width 0
* Precision 0
* Scale 0






Overview Description
Entity and Attribute Detail Citation
2008 SJRRP Target Riparian Plant Species Mapping and Field Reconnaissance Survey, Scope of Work June 17, 2008., U.S. Bureau of Reclamation




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 2014-04-28


ArcGIS metadata properties
Metadata format ArcGIS1.0
Metadata style FGDC CSDGM Metadata


Created in ArcGIS for the item 2014-03-0617:16:13
Last modified in ArcGIS for the item 2014-04-2813:36:33


Automatic updates
Have been performed Yes
Last update 2014-04-2813:36:33


Metadata Contacts

Metadata contact
Individual's name Barbara Simpson
Organization's name U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Mid-Pacific; Division of Environmental Affairs
Contact's position GIS Specialist
Contact's role point of contact


Contact information
Phone
Voice (916) 978-5031

Address
Type postal
Delivery point 2800 Cottage Way
City Sacramento
Administrative area CA
Postal code 95825
e-mail address bsimpson@usbr.gov

Hours of service
M-F 9 am - 4 pm
Contact instructions
Contact by email


Metadata Maintenance

Maintenance
Date of next update 2009-12-05
Update frequency unknown


Other maintenance requirements
Last metadata review date: 20091130


Metadata Constraints

Security constraints
Classification unclassified


Thumbnail and Enclosures

Thumbnail

Enclosure
Enclosure type File
Description of enclosure original metadata
Original metadata document, which was translated yes
Source metadata format fgdc