gis-l: New/Updated layers in DataMiner
Aparna.Bokey at dep.state.fl.us
Wed Mar 6 14:02:29 EST 2013
The following layers were recently added in the GIS library:
ArcSDE Name: BASE.AIRPORTS
DataMiner Name: Airports
Airports in the state of Florida were extracted from the Airports database which is a geographic point database of aircraft landing facilities in the United States and U.S. Territories. Attribute data is provided on the physical and operational characteristics of the landing facility, current usage including enplanements and aircraft operations, congestion levels and usage categories. This geospatial data is derived from the FAA's National Airspace System Resource Aeronautical Data Product. This layer replaces the BASE.AIRPORTS_2008 layer previously published in DataMiner. This layer is under the ‘Transportation’ tab in DataMiner.
ArcSDE Name: BASE.STATEWIDE_LANDUSE_2004_2011
DataMiner Name: Statewide 2004-2011 Land Use
This dataset is a compilation of the Land Use/Land Cover datasets created by the 5 Water Management Districts in Florida based on imagery -- North West Florida Water Management District (NWFWMD) 2009-2010, Suwannee River Water Management District (SRWMD) 2010-2011, St. John's River Water Management District (SJRWMD) 2009, South West Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) 2009 and South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) 2004-2005 and 2008-2009. Codes are derived from the Florida Land Use, Cover, and Forms Classification System (FLUCCS-DOT 1999) but may have been altered to accommodate region differences. This layer is under the ‘Boundaries’ tab in DataMiner.
DataMiner Name: Storm Surge Depth Analysis
The layers, in this web service published by Division of Management Service, provide an analysis to depict potential storm surge flood depth from the five categories of hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale as determined by NOAA’s numerical storm surge model, SLOSH (updated 2009) as part of the Statewide Regional Evacuation Study. This web service is under the ‘Water’ tab in DataMiner.
The following layers were recently updated in the GIS library:
ArcSDE Name: DEP.PARKS_EXOTIC_PLANT_INFESTATION
DataMiner Name: Florida State Park Exotic Plant Infestation
The symbology and attribute table was modified with this update. This layer is under the ‘Parks’ tab in DataMiner.
ArcSDE Name: BASE.STORM_SURGE_ZONES
DataMiner Name: Storm Surge Zones
This data depicting Surge Zones, was created using a Surge Modeling application created for the Florida Statewide Regional Evacuation Update Study. The data was derived from National Hurricane Center SLOSH model runs on all the NOAA SLOSH basins throughout Florida. This data was most recently updated by Division of Emergency Management and is available under the ‘Water’ tab in DataMiner.
ArcSDE Name: BASE.RAILWAYS_100
DataMiner Name: Railways (100K)
The Rail Network is a comprehensive database, published by Research and Innovative Technology Administration's Bureau of Transportation Statistics (RITA/BTS), of the nation's railway system at the 1:100,000 scale or better. The data set covers all 50 States plus the District of Columbia. This dataset is a extract of all the railway lines in the state of Florida. This layer is under the ‘Transportation’ tab in DataMiner.
ArcSDE Name: BASE.PORTS
DataMiner Name: Florida Port Facilities
This data is published and developed by Research and Innovative Technology Administration's Bureau of Transportation Statistics (RITA/BTS) and US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE). This layer is also under the ‘Transportation’ tab in DataMiner.
ArcSDE Name: DEP.CURRENT_LANDUSE_LDI_LSI
DataMiner Name: Current Land Use LDI/LSI
This LDI and LSI values were calculated for the most recent land use data published by the WMD’s. This layer is under the ‘WRM’ tab in DataMiner.
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