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 You selected the area Coastal Tributaries South and the topic Land Cover: USFS Veg Size for Roseman Creek 1994  
This is a map of 1994 vegetation size data in the Roseman Creek Calwater Planning Watershed, overlaid on top of KRIS sub-basins, and 1:24,000 streams. The tree size classifications were derived from Landsat multi-spectral images taken in 1994. Stand conditions are accurately represented at the one hectare scale. The northwestern coastal plain is a flat area shows as non-forest on this map and is mostly covered by grasslands, hay, and other agricultural lands. While there are more medium/large and larger trees in this sub-basin than the rest of the project area, there are still significant areas of early seral stage conditions in much of the sub-basin, which may reflect recent timber harvest. Data were provided by the U.S. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region Remote Sensing Lab, in cooperation with the California Department of Forestry.

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Name of Layer in Map LegendMetadata File Name
Streams (1:24k scale)(no labels) streams24.shp.txt
Calwater PWS (w/ labels) calw22.shp.txt
Sub-basins (no labels) subbasins.shp.txt
Sub-basins (no labels) subbasins.shp.txt
Change in Vegetation (1994-98)(TIFF) vegchg.tif.txt
USFS Riparian Veg Size (1994)(TIFF) vegsizebuf.tif.txt
USFS Vegetation Size (1994)(TIFF) vegsize.tif.txt
Project Frame Unavailable
Topo Map (1:24k scale)(USGS) Unavailable
Grayscale Hillshade (TIFF) grayscale_light.tif.txt
Project Background Unavailable