KRIS Humboldt Bay: Map Page
|| Map: F. USFS Riparian Vegetation Size, Elk River Sub-basin
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||This is a map of 1999 USFS Landsat vegetation size data within 90-meter riparian buffer zones in the Elk River sub-basin. Reaches of streams flowing through
grassland or open flatland often have Non-Forest riparian zones. This may be partially due to grazing and agricultural management practices, as well as urbanization.
However, a large proportion of this sub-basin is timberland, and is harvested extensively. Data provided by the U.S. Forest Service Spatial Analysis Lab in Sacramento,
CA. The vegetation classification is accurate at a one-hectare scale (approximately 11 pixels) and is suitable for stand classification.
To view metadata about a map layer, click on a link in the table below.
|Name of Layer in Map Legend||Metadata File Name|
| Sub Basins || subbasins.shp.txt |
| Humboldt Bay || Unavailable |
| Veg Size within 90 m of Streams [TIFF] || vgszbuf99.tif.txt |
| Pacific Ocean || Unavailable |
| TOPO Map || Unavailable |
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