Inundation Frequency in the Lower Mississippi River Corridor

Mar 26, 2014 (Last modified Apr 7, 2014)
Uploaded by Yvonne Allen
Description:
This data layer was constructed to depict locations along the lower Mississippi River corridor that are subject to inundation at least 50% of the time during the spring spawning months of April-June. Values at each pixel indicate the percent of time that location was inundated.
Data Provided By:
Yvonne Allen USFWS
Content date:
not specified
Spatial Resolution:
30.2068505123493 (meter)
Contact Organization:
not specified
Contact Person(s):
not specified
Use Constraints:
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.
Layer:
Layer Type:
Currently Visible Layer:
All Layer Options:
Layers in this dataset are based on combinations of the following options. You may choose from these options to select a specific layer on the map page.
Description:
Spatial Resolution:
Credits:
Citation:
Purpose:
Methods:
References:
Other Information:
Time Period:
Layer Accuracy:
Attribute Accuracy:
FGDC Standard Metadata XML
Click here to see the full FGDC XML file that was created in Data Basin for this layer.
Original Metadata XML
Click here to see the full XML file that was originally uploaded with this layer.
This dataset is visible to everyone
Dataset Type:
Layer Package
Downloaded by 12 Members
Bookmarked by 2 Members , 1 Group
Included in 2 Public Maps , 1 Private Map
Included in 5 Public Galleries

About the Uploader

Yvonne Allen
with USFWS

Ecologist / Aquatic Resources Analyst