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  • Landuse classification of central Arizona-Phoenix 1912 to 1995
  • Central Arizona - Phoenix Long-Term Ecological Research Site
  • Moritz, Cherie
  • Hutchins, Jana; School of Human Evolution and Social Change, Arizona State University
  • Knowles-Yanez, Kimberly; Arizona State University
  • Bucchin, Matt; Arizona State University
  • McCartney, Peter H.; Global Institute of Sustainability, Arizona State University
  • Redman, Charles L.; Global Institute of Sustainability, Arizona State University
  • 2016-11-08
  • This dataset is part of a time series of maps that encompasses the development of the entire 20th century. Landuse categories include Urban, Agriculture, Desert, and Recreation. The development of these maps is to describe the nature of the change of each category between years. Based upon available data, the years used for this dataset are 1912, 1934, 1955, 1975, and 1995. Data sources used include U.S. Soil Conservation Service air photos, USGS topographic maps, Glendale Historical Society, Salt River Project historical agricultural data, and Arizona Department of Water Resources historical agricultural data.
  • N: 33.998779      S: 33.196775      E: -111.182804      W: -112.888083
  • Copyright Board of Regents, Arizona State University. This dataset is released to the public and may be used for academic, educational, or commercial purposes subject to the following restrictions: While CAP LTER will make every effort possible to control and document the quality of the data it publishes, the data are made available "as is". CAP LTER cannot assume responsibility for damages resulting from mis-use or mis-interpretation of datasets or from errors or omissions that may exist in the data. It is considered a matter of professional ethics to acknowledge the work of other scientists that has resulted in data used in subsequent research. CAP LTER expects that any use of data from this server will be accompanied with the appropriate citations and acknowledgments. CAP LTER encourages users to contact the original investigator responsible for the data that they are accessing. Where appropriate, researchers whose projects are integrally dependent on CAP LTER data are encouraged to consider collaboration and/or co-authorship with original investigators. CAP LTER requests that users submit to the Global Institute of Sustainability, ASU, one copy of any publication resulting from the use of data obtained from this site. CAP LTER requests that users not redistribute data obtained from this site. However, links or references to this site may be freely posted.
  • doi:10.6073/pasta/831910ba17d08a342bf624e2753cef0b
  • https://pasta.lternet.edu/package/eml/knb-lter-cap/1/11
  • This data package is derived from the following sources:
    1. Glendale, Maricopa County, Arizona
    2. Irrigation Districts
    3. Kent Decree
    4. Land Use and Land Cover Digital Data From 1:250,000 and 1:100,000 Scale Maps
    5. MAG 1995 Existing Landuse
    6. USGS Topographic Maps-Buckhorn Quadrangle, 1956
    7. USGS Topographic Maps-Mesa Quadrangle 1915
    8. USGS Topographic Maps-Mesa Quadrangle, 1952
    9. USGS Topographic Maps-Phoenix Quadrangle, 1914
    10. USGS Topographic Maps-Phoenix Quadrangle, 1952

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