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Northern Alaska Landscape/Permafrost GIS files

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Map of maximum potential thaw settlement in northern Alaska based on ground ice associated with generalized geology. Image by Jorgenson, M. T., et al..
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Download Link NoAK_LandscapePermafrost_GIS_11242014.zip ZIP compressed file - 11 MB
Metadata Link NoAK LandscapePermafrost FGDC Metadata - 25 KB
NoAK LandscapePermafrost 19115-2 Metadata - 72 KB
Project Link Permafrost Characterization and Mapping
DescriptionGIS data are provided for download in geodatabase and shapefile format and contain the following layers: permafrost extent, thermokarst landforms, maximum settlement potential, massive ice, segregated ice, biome, ecoregion, ecological subsection, ecological section, ecological landscape, soil landscape, physiography, lithology, general geology, average elevation (m), and mean annual air temperature (c). ArcGIS layer files are also included in this download.
Date CreatedApril 23, 2015 10:51 am
Last UpdatedAugust 12, 2015 1:28 pm