Data from Maine Natural Areas Program (MNAP)

Directory of \gis\me\mnap

Layer/Folder
description
date acq'd or
developed
NatureServeNFWF Folder: Coastal resilience assessment of Portland and midcoast Maine watersheds. Data, MXD and related documents and links. Can also be viewed in Coastal Resilience Evaluation and Siting Tool (CREST). 2019
Sea level rise All SLR data moved to Oceans layer in ME_vector.gdb. Data from Potential Tidal Marsh Migration in Maine project, Don Cameron (ME Natural Areas Program) and Peter Slovinsky (Maine Geologic Survey), 2014. See "Marsh Migration_Final Report_MNAP_March 2014.pdf" for details. Analysis based on Highest Annual Tide vs PHIM analysis which is based on Mean High Water.  
 
All data in this geodatabase is from MNAP and should not be redistributed or portrayed on maps outside of the USFWS without permission of MNAP. EOS data is usually updated biannually.
MNAPdata.gdb - feature classes:
description

date acq'd or
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mnap_eos

Locations of rare plants and rare and exmplary natural community and ecosystem types in Maine as mapped by the Maine Natural Areas Program (MNAP), Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry. Data are mapped at 1:24K or larger scale. Metadata available in ArcCatalog. Endangred/rare species are buffered by 1/8 mile.

1/2020
mnap_eos_centroids Locations of rare plant CENTROIDS. Created from mnap_eos_single layer to make data more visible. Metadata available in ArcCatalog. 1/2020
mnap_eos_single mnap_eos feature class with multi-part polys exploded into single part (by GOMP). 1/2020
SmallWhorledPogonia Non-buffered polygon around these locations. 6/2019

Last updated: January 31, 2020