ASHAB3

Data format: Personal GeoDatabase Feature Class

File or table name: ASHAB3

Coordinate system: Universal Transverse Mercator

Theme keywords: Atlantic salmon, habitat survey, spawning habitat, rearing habitat

Abstract: This coverage was developed from field surveys conducted on the mainstem and selected tributaries of the Aroostook, Dennys, Ducktap, East Machias, Kennebec, Machias, Passagassawakeag, Penobscot, Pleasant, Presumpscot, Saco, Sheepscot, St. George, Tunk and Union Rivers in Maine by staff of the Maine Atlantic Salmon Commission and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. These surveys were conducted to identify important Atlantic salmon habitat including spawning and rearing areas. The majority of the survey data was collected using Trimble Pro, Pro-XL and GeoExplorer3 receivers and survey files were differentially corrected to provide 2-5 meter accuracy. Surveys for some reaches were collected with minimal or no GPS control points and the attributes were overlaid on a stream centerline created using either a GPS-acquired line, a line derived from MEGIS/USGS 1:24,000 hydrography data, or a line drawn as a centerline based on MEGIS digital orthophotography. The dataset includes information on habitat categories and areas, and an indication of spawning and rearing potential.

FGDC and ESRI Metadata:

Metadata elements shown with blue text are defined in the Federal Geographic Data Committee's (FGDC) Content Standard for Digital Geospatial Metadata (CSDGM). Elements shown with green text are defined in the ESRI Profile of the CSDGM. Elements shown with a green asterisk (*) will be automatically updated by ArcCatalog. ArcCatalog adds hints indicating which FGDC elements are mandatory; these are shown with gray text.

Identification Information:

Citation:
Citation information:
Originators: US Fish and Wildlife Service - Gulf of Maine Coastal Program

Title:
ASHAB3
*File or table name: ASHAB3

Publication date: 20060331
*Geospatial data presentation form: vector digital data

Publication information:
Publication place: Falmouth, ME
Publisher: US Fish and Wildlife Service - Gulf of Maine Coastal Program

*Online linkage: \\ifw5gomp-4mqcdf\gis-master\GIS\ME\salmon\Habitat_Data\Habitat05.mdb

Larger work citation:
Citation information:
Originators: Maine Atlantic Salmon Commission

Title:
Maine Atlantic Salmon Habitat Survey

Publication date: 20060331
Geospatial data presentation form: vector digital data

Description:
Abstract: fix(original)
This coverage was developed from field surveys conducted on the mainstem and selected tributaries of the Aroostook, Dennys, Ducktap, East Machias, Kennebec, Machias, Passagassawakeag, Penobscot, Pleasant, Presumpscot, Saco, Sheepscot, St. George, Tunk and Union Rivers in Maine by staff of the Maine Atlantic Salmon Commission and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. These surveys were conducted to identify important Atlantic salmon habitat including spawning and rearing areas.  The majority of the survey data was collected using Trimble Pro, Pro-XL and GeoExplorer3 receivers and survey files were differentially corrected to provide 2-5 meter accuracy.   Surveys for some reaches were collected with minimal or no GPS control points and the attributes were overlaid on a stream centerline created using either a GPS-acquired line, a line derived from MEGIS/USGS 1:24,000 hydrography data, or a line drawn as a centerline based on MEGIS digital orthophotography.  The dataset includes information on habitat categories and areas, and an indication of spawning and rearing potential.

Purpose: fix(original)
This dataset is designed to be used in a variety of management and planning activities including fry stocking, developing production estimates and habitat protection efforts.

*Language of dataset: en

Time period of content:
Time period information:
Range of dates/times:
Beginning date: 19830801
Ending date: 20050810

Currentness reference: fix(original)
publication date

Status:
Progress: In work
Maintenance and update frequency: Irregular

Spatial domain:
Bounding coordinates:
*West bounding coordinate: -71.108594
*East bounding coordinate: -67.159034
*North bounding coordinate: 46.982379
*South bounding coordinate: 43.660848

Local bounding coordinates:
*Left bounding coordinate: 339584.584537
*Right bounding coordinate: 640043.539057
*Top bounding coordinate: 5203205.976700
*Bottom bounding coordinate: 4836128.269094

Keywords:
Theme:
Theme keywords: Atlantic salmon, habitat survey, spawning habitat, rearing habitat
Theme keyword thesaurus: None

Place:
Place keywords: Maine

Access constraints: There are no restrictions on the use of this data. However, this coverage should not be redistributed without permission from the Data Source and/or the Automation Agency. Secondary distribution must have this documentation appended. Credit should always be given to the Data source and/or the Automation Agency when the data is transferred or printed.
Use constraints: fix(original)
There are no restrictions on the use of this data. However, this coverage should not be redistributed without permission from the Data Source and/or the Automation Agency. Secondary distribution must have this documentation appended. Credit should always be given to the Data source and/or the Automation Agency when the data is transferred or printed.

Point of contact:
Contact information:
Contact organization primary:
Contact organization: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Gulf of Maine Coastal Program

Contact address:
Address type: mailing and physical address
Address: fix(original)
4R Fundy Road
City: Falmouth
State or province: ME
Postal code: 04105
Country: U.S.A.

Contact voice telephone: 207-781-8364
Contact facsimile telephone: 207-781-8369

Contact electronic mail address: fw5es_gomp@fws.gov

Hours of service: M-F, 8:00 A.M. - 4 P.M


*Native dataset format: Personal GeoDatabase Feature Class
*Native data set environment:
Microsoft Windows XP Version 5.1 (Build 2600) Service Pack 2; ESRI ArcCatalog 9.2.5.1450

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Data Quality Information:

Attribute accuracy:
Attribute accuracy report: fix(original)
The database was audited for data entry errors through a series of reviews that checked for inconsistencies.  Survey data was collected using a data library that limited errors in the field.

Completeness report: fix(original)
This coverage contains habitat data for portions of the Aroostook, Dennys, Ducktap, East Machias, Kennebec, Machias, Passagassawakeag, Penobscot, Pleasant, Presumpscot, Saco, Sheepscot, St. George, Tunk and Union River watersheds.  There are tributaries in these watersheds that have not yet been surveyed and mapped.

Positional accuracy:
Horizontal positional accuracy:
Horizontal positional accuracy report: fix(original)
2 - 5 meters (with differential correction) for GPS surveys on the Ducktrap, Machias, Passagassawakeag, Pleasant, Tunk, Union and portions of the Dennys, East Machias, Kennebec, Penobscot and Sheepscot Rivers (see Process Description below for exceptions). In general PDOP values for the GPS receivers were kept below 4.0 and Signal-to-Noise Ratio was greater than 6.0, resulting in sub-meter accuracy.  During some parts of some surveys the PDOP mask was increased to values of greater than 4.0 due to poor signal reception.  Base station files were acquired from the University of Maine Community Base Station.  Accuracy is much more difficult to establish for the Aroostook, Presumpscot, St. George, Union and parts of the Dennys, East Machias, Kennebec, Penobscot and Sheepscot surveys as those GPS-Overlay surveys fit attribute information collected in the field with limited GPS control points onto a stream centerline of indeterminite accuracy.  It is best to consider these surveys to be generally accurate within approximately 5 - 10 meters.  In the case of the Narraguagus, Saco and Mainstem Penobscot Overlay surveys, only relative positional data existed and was fit to a stream centerline without any GPS control points, and thus, is the least accurate of the surveys.

Lineage:
Source information:
Source citation:
Citation information:
Originators: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service - Gulf of Maine Coastal Program

Title:
Maine Atlantic Salmon Habitat Surveys

Publication date: Unpublished Material
Geospatial data presentation form: vector digital data

Other citation details:
Trimble .ssf GPS files differentially corrected with Trimble Pathfinder Office software using University of Maine Community Base Station data.

Type of source media: computer program and paper
Source contribution: fix(original)
For GPS surveys, GPS files of points and lines were created in individual river surveys using Trimble Pro, Pro-XL and GeoExplorer3 GPS receivers to capture feature attribute data, including habitat dimensions.  These data files were converted to ESRI shapefiles, combined together, edited, and audited for errors.  In GPS-Overlay surveys, GPS files of points were created using Trimble GeoExplorer3 GPS receivers to represent a limited set of control points and attribute data.  Feature attribute data, including habitat dimensions, were collected on paper in the field, entered to a Microsoft Access database and audited, and then overlaid onto a GIS stream centerline, using the GPS control points to improve the accuracy of the overlay process.  Overlay surveys use paper maps and datasheets without any GPS controls, but rather, rely on alignment of landmarks noted in original surveys with current GIS data, including stream centerlines, hydrography, road crossings, USGS topographic map data, and MEGIS digital orthophotography.

Source time period of content:
Time period information:
Range of dates/times:
Beginning date: 19830801
Ending date: 20050810

Source currentness reference:
publication date

Process step:
Process description:
Three different processes were used to create subsets of the habitat data. The attribute SurveyType identifies which process was followed for each line (habitat unit) in this dataset.
 
(1) The first process (SurveyType = 'GPS'), and that which provides the most accurate depiction of the data, comes from river surveys using sub-meter accuracy GPS units to gather data in the field. Discrete habitat units were delineated on the basis of one or more physical characteristics that separated them from adjacent habitat types.  Habitat surveys were conducted during low-flow periods.  For convenience, surveys were performed from upstream to downstream.  Once a habitat unit was defined, appropriate attribute data were measured and recorded for the unit.  Trimble Pro, Pro-XL and GeoExplorer3 GPS receivers were used to record positional and attribute information.  Where possible, a PDOP mask was set at 4.0 to generate sub-meter accuracy.  Some areas of the survey have higher PDOP values due to dense vegetation or satellite acquisition difficulties.  Base station data was acquired from the University of Maine's Community Base Station and from Maine Technical Source's Community Base Station.  GPS files were differentially corrected using Trimble Pathfinder Office software and exported to ESRI ArcInfo coverages or ArcView shapefiles. Data created in this way include: the mainstem of the Dennys River surveyed in 1994; the Cathance River, tributary to the Dennys River, surveyed in 2001; the Ducktrap River surveyed in 1996, 1998 and 1999; portions of the East Machias River surveyed in 1998, 1999, 2000 and 2001; portions of tributaries to the Kennebec River surveyed in 1999 and 2001; the Machias River and tributaries surveyed in 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998, 2000 and 2003; part of the mainstem of the Passagassawakeag River in 2002; portions of tributaries to the Penobscot River surveyed in 1999, 2001, 2002 and 2003; the Pleasant River surveyed in 1996, 1997 and 1998; portions of the Sheepscot River surveyed in 1997 and 1998; and Tunk Stream suveyed in 2002.
 
(2) The second process (SurveyType = 'GPS-Overlay') created datasets in one of two ways to overlay habitat data on a stream centerline: 
a) Historic habitat surveys used standard transects (e.g., 200 and 600 feet) to measure and record habitat compostion.  A centerline of the subject stream was created using a Trimble Pro or Pro-XL GPS receiver, usually after the original survey, and the original survey data was overlaid on the centerline using ESRI's Dynamic Segmentation tools.  Data created in this way include: portions of the East Machias surveyed in 1984; and the Narraguagus River surveyed in 1991, 1992, 1993 and 1998. 
b) Recent habitat surveys collected control point locations with Trimble Pro-XL or GeoExplorer3 GPS receivers at selected major habitat breaks, and recorded attribute data separately on paper.  The GPS points were later used to control how the attribute data was fit to a centerline of the river.  These centerlines were generally acquired with respect to MEGIS 1996 1-meter digital orthophotography, and occasionally higher resolution MEGIS orthophotography where available.  In certain cases where orthophotos were not available or sufficient to derive a centerline, MEGIS and USGS 1:24,000 scale hydrograpy data was used instead.  Such surveys were conducted on the Aroostook mainstem and selected tributaries in 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004; portions of the Kennebec mainstem and selected tributaries in 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005; selected tributaries to the Penobscot in 2001, 2002, 2004 and 2005; portions of the mainstem of the Presumpscot River and a tributary in 2003, 2004 and 2005;  the upper mainstem of the Sheepscot River in 2002; the St. George River in 2003; and the West Branch of the Union River in 2001. 
 
(3) The third process (SurveyType = 'Overlay') created datasets by using similar techniques to the 'GPS-Overlay' method mentioned above. 
a) Historic habitat surveys using a variety of transect lengths, sometimes fixed at 200 feet, and sometimes varied with habitat unit lengths, were used to measure and record habitat compostion. This process used field surveys that collected an abbreviated set of attribute information, and then manually divided a stream centerline into habitat units to fit in relation to landmarks noted in the original surveys.  The centerlines for these surveys were created using the best available orthophotography for the subject river.  1983 surveys of the Saco River and four tributaries were digitized with this method using a centerline based primarily on MEGIS 2-foot true color orthophotos from 2003, and 1985 Penobscot River mainstem surveys were digitized with reference to MEGIS 1-meter black and white orthophotos from 1996. 
b) This process used field surveys that collected an abbreviated set of attribute information, and then used ESRI's Dynamic Segmentation tools to overlay the data onto a stream centerline.  The stream centerlines were derived from the 1:24,000 scale MEGIS/USGS hydrography datasets. Data created in this way include: Venture Brook, tributary to the Dennys; Barrows Stream and Palmer Brook, tributaries to the East Machias; Penobscot tributaries, Felts Brook in 1999 and portions of Souadabscook Stream in 1998; and Sheepscot tributaries, Ben Brook, Choate Brook, Dyer River and Trout Brook in 1999.
fix(original)

Process date: 1995-2006

Process contact:
Contact information:
Contact organization primary:
Contact organization: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service - Gulf of Maine Coastal Program

Contact address:
Address type: mailing and physical address
Address: fix(original)
4R Fundy Road
City: Falmouth
State or province: ME
Postal code: 04105
Country: U.S.A.

Contact voice telephone: 207-781-8364
Contact facsimile telephone: 207-781-8369

Contact electronic mail address: FW5ES_GOMP@fws.gov

Hours of service: M-F 8 AM - 4 PM


Process step:
Process description: fix(original)
Metadata imported.

Source used citation abbreviation:
C:\DOCUME~1\aabbott\LOCALS~1\Temp\xml5F4.tmp

Process step:
Process description: fix(original)
Dataset copied.

Source used citation abbreviation:
\\ALEXXP\C\proj\Alex\gps2003\Habitat03.mdb

Process step:
Process description: fix(original)
Metadata imported.

Source used citation abbreviation:
C:\DOCUME~1\AAbbott\LOCALS~1\Temp\xml4F.tmp

Process step:
Process description: fix(original)
Dataset copied.

Source used citation abbreviation:
\\ALEXXP\proj\Alex\gps2005\Habitat05Edit.mdb

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Spatial Data Organization Information:

*Direct spatial reference method: Vector

Point and vector object information:
SDTS terms description:
*Name: ASHAB3
*SDTS point and vector object type: String
*Point and vector object count: 16845

ESRI terms description:
*Name: ASHAB3
*ESRI feature type: Simple
*ESRI feature geometry: Polyline
*ESRI topology: FALSE
*ESRI feature count: 16845
*Spatial index: TRUE
*Linear referencing: FALSE

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Spatial Reference Information:

Horizontal coordinate system definition:
Coordinate system name:
*Projected coordinate system name: NAD_1983_UTM_Zone_19N
*Geographic coordinate system name: GCS_North_American_1983

Planar:
Grid coordinate system:
*Grid coordinate system name: Universal Transverse Mercator
Universal Transverse Mercator:
*UTM zone number: 19
Transverse mercator:
*Scale factor at central meridian: 0.999600
*Longitude of central meridian: -69.000000
*Latitude of projection origin: 0.000000
*False easting: 500000.000000
*False northing: 0.000000

Planar coordinate information:
*Planar coordinate encoding method: coordinate pair
Coordinate representation:
*Abscissa resolution: 0.000512
*Ordinate resolution: 0.000512
*Planar distance units: meters

Geodetic model:
*Horizontal datum name: North American Datum of 1983
*Ellipsoid name: Geodetic Reference System 80
*Semi-major axis: 6378137.000000
*Denominator of flattening ratio: 298.257222

Vertical coordinate system definition:
Altitude system definition:
*Altitude resolution: 1.000000
*Altitude encoding method: Explicit elevation coordinate included with horizontal coordinates

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Entity and Attribute Information:

Detailed description:
*Name: ASHAB3

Entity type:
Entity type label: ASHAB3
*Entity type type: Feature Class
*Entity type count: 16845
Entity type definition:
Attribute Table
Entity type definition source:
MASC

Attribute:
Attribute label: OBJECTID
Attribute definition: fix(original)
Internal feature number.
Attribute definition source: fix(original)
ESRI

Attribute domain values:
Unrepresentable domain:
Sequential unique whole numbers that are automatically generated.

Attribute:
Attribute label: Shape
Attribute definition: fix(original)
Feature geometry.
Attribute definition source: fix(original)
ESRI

Attribute domain values:
Unrepresentable domain:
Coordinates defining the features.

Attribute:
Attribute label: JoinID
Attribute definition: fix(original)
Unique Identifier
Attribute definition source: fix(original)
MASC

Beginning date of attribute values: 1983
Ending date of attribute values: 2005

Attribute:
Attribute label: YrSurvey
Attribute definition: fix(original)
Year survey was completed
Attribute definition source: fix(original)
MASC

Attribute domain values:
Range domain:
Range domain minimum: 1983
Range domain maximum: 2004

Beginning date of attribute values: 1983
Ending date of attribute values: 2005

Attribute:
Attribute label: SurveyType
Attribute definition: fix(original)
Type of survey conducted
Attribute definition source: fix(original)
USFWS

Attribute domain values:
Enumerated domain:
Enumerated domain value: GPS
Enumerated domain value definition: fix(original)
Spatial and detailed attribute information collected with GPS receivers.

Enumerated domain:
Enumerated domain value: GPS-Overlay
Enumerated domain value definition: fix(original)
Historic salmon transect survey or recent simplified (fewer point locations collected; attribute data recorded elsewhere) GPS survey overlaid onto stream centerline in GIS, and with less accuracy than GPS surveys above.

Enumerated domain:
Enumerated domain value: Overlay
Enumerated domain value definition: fix(original)
Least detailed attribute collection used for digitizing of historic paper surveys, or for certain branches that do not contain large amounts of salmon habitat.  Attribute data with relative positions overlaid onto stream centerline from MEGIS orthophotography or MEGIS/USGS 1:24,000 hydrography data.

Beginning date of attribute values: 1983
Ending date of attribute values: 2005

Attribute:
Attribute label: HabCat
Attribute definition: fix(original)
Broad habitat category
Attribute definition source: fix(original)
MASC

Attribute domain values:
Enumerated domain:
Enumerated domain value: Falls
Enumerated domain value definition: fix(original)
Where Habtype = Falls (see Habtype for description of Habtype = Falls).

Enumerated domain:
Enumerated domain value: Flat
Enumerated domain value definition: fix(original)
Where Habtype = Deadwater, Pool, or Glide (see Habtype for description of Habtype = Deadwater, Pool, or Glide).

Enumerated domain:
Enumerated domain value: Riffle
Enumerated domain value definition: fix(original)
Where Habtype = Riffle, Low Gradient Riffle or High Gradient Riffle (see Habtype for description of Habtype = Riffle, Low Gradient Riffle or High Gradient Riffle).

Enumerated domain:
Enumerated domain value: Run
Enumerated domain value definition: fix(original)
Where Habtype = Run or Run1 (see Habtype for description of Habtype = Run or Run1).

Beginning date of attribute values: 1983
Ending date of attribute values: 2005

Attribute:
Attribute label: Shape_Length
Attribute definition: fix(original)
Length of feature in internal units.
Attribute definition source: fix(original)
ESRI

Attribute domain values:
Unrepresentable domain:
Positive real numbers that are automatically generated.

Attribute:
Attribute label: Area
Attribute definition: fix(original)
Habitat unit area in square meters.
Attribute definition source: fix(original)
Calculated

Attribute domain values:
Range domain:
Range domain minimum: 0.8
Range domain maximum: 1,479,011.1
Attribute units of measure: Square Meters

Beginning date of attribute values: 1983
Ending date of attribute values: 2005

Attribute:
Attribute label: Rearing
Attribute definition: fix(original)
All riffles and runs.
Attribute definition source: fix(original)
MASC

Attribute domain values:
Enumerated domain:
Enumerated domain value: Yes
Enumerated domain value definition: fix(original)
Habitat unit has potential for rearing juvenile Atlantic salmon.

Enumerated domain:
Enumerated domain value: No
Enumerated domain value definition: fix(original)
Habitat unit has no potential for rearing juvenile Atlantic salmon based on the habitat surveys of record.

Beginning date of attribute values: 1983
Ending date of attribute values: 2005

Attribute:
Attribute label: Spawning
Attribute definition: fix(original)
The survey crew's assessment that usable spawning habitat is present.  The primary characteristic considered is substrate.  Flows and depths are considered secondarily.  The survey crew assigns a percentage of the habitat unit that is suitable for spawning, or identifies one or more limited spawning patches.
Attribute definition source: fix(original)
USFWS, MASC

Attribute domain values:
Enumerated domain:
Enumerated domain value: Yes
Enumerated domain value definition: fix(original)
The entire habitat unit is considered to have spawning potential though it may be limited spatially or qualitatively.  Potential spawning area within a flatwater (Habcat = Flat) unit that constitutes more than 30 % of the unit area, mean the entire unit is coded as potential spawning habitat.  Refer to the SpawnArea field to verify the amount of spawning habitat in a particular habitat unit.

Enumerated domain:
Enumerated domain value: Limited
Enumerated domain value definition: fix(original)
The habitat unit is considered to have limited spawning potential.  If the potential spawning area in a flatwater (HabCat = Flat) unit constitutes less than 30 % of the unit area, the entire unit is coded as limited spawning habitat.  Refer to the SpawnArea field to verify the amount of spawning habitat in a particular habitat unit.

Enumerated domain:
Enumerated domain value: No
Enumerated domain value definition: fix(original)
No spawning potential was identified for this area in the field surveys of record.

Beginning date of attribute values: 1983
Ending date of attribute values: 2005

Attribute:
Attribute label: SpawnArea
Attribute definition: fix(original)
Area within the habitat unit in square meters that is considered suitable for spawning.  Defined by one of two methods:  Spawning Patch Dimensions - if a single, small, discrete portion of the habitat unit was considered potentially useful for spawning, the dimensions of the patch were recorded (units coded as Habcat = "Flat" can be coded as spawning units); or Proportion of Habitat Unit - if multiple spawning patches were present, or a single, large spawning patch was identified such that obtaining dimensions of the patch was difficult, estimation of the proportion of the habitat unit potentially useful for spawning was made and applied to Area to yield SpawnArea.

Attribute domain values:
Range domain:
Range domain minimum: 0
Range domain maximum: 54,447
Attribute units of measure: Square Meters

Beginning date of attribute values: 1983
Ending date of attribute values: 2005

Attribute:
Attribute label: Stream
Attribute definition: fix(original)
The name of the stream as derived from the Maine Atlantic Salmon Commission's MaineSalmon database, and based primarily on names taken from USGS 1:24,000 topographic map data.

Beginning date of attribute values: 1983
Ending date of attribute values: 2005

Attribute:
Attribute label: Drainage
Attribute definition: fix(original)
Name of the major watershed in which the habitat unit is located.
Attribute definition source: fix(original)
MASC

Attribute domain values:
Beginning date of attribute values: 1983
Ending date of attribute values: 2005

Overview description:
Entity and attribute overview: fix(original)
This dataset represents habitat units as lines, and includes attributes identifying spawning and rearing areas, habitat categories, habitat unit areas, as well as stream and drainage names.  Note that codes of -99 signify that no data exists for that record.

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Distribution Information:

Distributor:
Contact information:
Contact organization primary:
Contact organization: US Fish and Wildlife Service - Gulf of Maine Coastal Program

Contact address:
Address type: mailing and physical address
Address: fix(original)
4R Fundy Rd.
City: Falmouth
State or province: ME
Postal code: 04105
Country: USA

Contact voice telephone: 207-781-8364
Contact facsimile telephone: 207-781-8369

Contact electronic mail address: FW5ES_GOMP@fws.gov

Hours of service: M-F 8 am - 4 pm


Resource description: Maine Atlantic Salmon Habitat Survey

Distribution liability: fix(original)
Users must assume responsibility to determine the utility of these data.

Standard order process:
Digital form:
Digital transfer information:
Format name: ArcGIS Personal Geodatabase Feature Class
Format version number: ArcGIS 9.1
File decompression technique: no compression applied

Digital transfer option:
Offline option:
Offline media: CD-ROM

Fees: None

Available time period:
Time period information:
Single date/time:
Calendar date: 20060331

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Metadata Reference Information:

*Metadata date: 20081003

*Language of metadata: en

Metadata contact:
Contact information:
Contact organization primary:
Contact person: Alex Abbott
Contact organization: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service - Gulf of Maine Coastal Program

Contact address:
Address type: mailing and physical address
Address: fix(original)
4R Fundy Road
City: Falmouth
State or province: ME
Postal code: 04105
Country: USA

Contact voice telephone: 207-781-8364
Contact facsimile telephone: 207-781-8369

Contact electronic mail address: FW5ES_GOMP@fws.gov

Hours of service: M-F 8 am - 4 pm


*Metadata standard name: FGDC Content Standards for Digital Geospatial Metadata
*Metadata standard version: FGDC-STD-001-1998
*Metadata time convention: local time

Metadata extensions:
Online linkage: http://www.esri.com/metadata/esriprof80.html
Profile name: ESRI Metadata Profile

Metadata extensions:
Online linkage: http://www.esri.com/metadata/esriprof80.html
Profile name: ESRI Metadata Profile

Metadata extensions:
*Online linkage: http://www.esri.com/metadata/esriprof80.html
*Profile name: ESRI Metadata Profile

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Last updated: November 19, 2008