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  • Baltimore City Liquor Licenses
  • Cary Institute Of Ecosystem Studies
  • O'Neil-Dunne, Jarlath; Cary Institute Of Ecosystem Studies
  • 2009-12-31
  • This feature class is a dataset based on liquor licenses as reported by Baltimore City Liquor License Board listing circa October 2004. This dataset includes the establishments that sell liquor in Baltimore, Maryland. Each establishment was geocoded by its street address. Those unable to be placed with a point by geocoding were given "U" for unmatched under the field "Status". Each establishment also has an associated liquor license particular to what type of alcohol is sold and the type of establishment. These liquor license types are defined by the Baltimore City Liquor License Board on their website, http://www.ci.baltimore.md.us/government/liquor. This is part of a collection of 221 Baltimore Ecosystem Study metadata records that point to a geodatabase. The geodatabase is available online and is considerably large. Upon request, and under certain arrangements, it can be shipped on media, such as a usb hard drive. The geodatabase is roughly 51.4 Gb in size, consisting of 4,914 files in 160 folders. Although this metadata record and the others like it are not rich with attributes, it is nonetheless made available because the data that it represents could be indeed useful. This is part of a collection of 221 Baltimore Ecosystem Study metadata records that point to a geodatabase. The geodatabase is available online and is considerably large. Upon request, and under certain arrangements, it can be shipped on media, such as a usb hard drive. The geodatabase is roughly 51.4 Gb in size, consisting of 4,914 files in 160 folders. Although this metadata record and the others like it are not rich with attributes, it is nonetheless made available because the data that it represents could be indeed useful.
  • N: 39.724847      S: 38.708367      E: -76.012008      W: -77.314183
  • knb-lter-bes.118.580  
  • Publisher: Jarlath O'Neil-Dunne The scientists the BES-LTER Program and the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies must receive adequate acknowledgement for the use of data. Please inform the BES Project Facilitator and use a statement such as the following to give credit on any document using the data: 'Data was supported by the Baltimore Ecosystem Study'
  • doi:10.6073/pasta/72cffd29572be226fea428404fc3f6ef
  • https://pasta.lternet.edu/package/eml/knb-lter-bes/118/580
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