PAD-US (CBI Edition) Version 2.1, California

Jan 6, 2015 ( Last modified Mar 30, 2015)
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This datasets is an extraction of California from PAD-US (CBI Edition) Version 2.1

PAD-US (CBI Edition) Version 2.1 is a national database of protected fee lands in the United States. PAD-US (CBI Edition) Version 2.1 has been enhanced to include information on establishment dates along with the standardized attribute information of previous versions on ownership, land management designation and conservation status. PAD-US (CBI Edition) Version 2.1 is limited to the continental U.S., Alaska, and Hawaii. It does not include protected areas data for U.S. territories at this time.

PAD-US (CBI Edition) Version 2.1 is a preliminary pass at assigning establishment dates for the national database, with a primary focus on federal lands held by Bureau of Land Management, USDA Forest Service, US Fish & Wildlife Service and National Park Service. A total of 2088 protected areas records were assigned establishment dates in this version.

For more information about this dataset, and to download the full US dataset, please go to: http://consbio.org/products/projects/PAD-US-CBI-establishment-dates
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