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Aquabase Geodatabase

Product Summary
Example map generated using Aquabase. Image by Arctic LCC Staff.
Download Full-size Image (65 KB)
Download Link ZIP compressed file - 8.1 MB
Additional Formats Aquabase shapefile and tables ZIP compressed file - 14 MB
Metadata Link Aquabase metadata package - 38 KB
Aquabase database metadata - 9.3 KB
Aquabase fish species metadata - 12 KB
Aquabase waterbody metadata - 11 KB
Aquabase water info metadata - 10 KB
Aquabase references metadata - 10 KB
Project Link Expanding the North Slope fish distribution and water quality geodatabase (Aquabase)
DescriptionAquabase is a geodatabase that links freshwater fish and hydrological information with referenced waterbody locations. Presently, the geospatial region covered is Alaska's central and eastern North Slope, between the Kuparuk River and USA/Canada border. The dataset is available either as an ESRI ArcGIS 10 file geodatabase or as a shapefile with associated tables.
Date CreatedFebruary 5, 2013 10:31 am
Last UpdatedFebruary 11, 2013 2:56 pm
Product Disclaimer
Neither the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service,  Arctic Landscape Conservation Cooperative or contributors to this dataset shall be held liable for improper or incorrect use of the data described and/or contained herein. In an effort to provide the most comprehensive overview possible, we have incorporated many data sources, representing many different survey methods. Inherent in any data set used to develop graphical representations, are limitations of accuracy as determined by, among others, the source, scale and resolution of the data.