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This Kris Noyo Map project was developed as a resource for anyone involved or interested in watershed management who is familiar with ArcView. The included data are useful for further research and map construction and have been assimilated by the Institute for Fisheries Resources from a number of sources:
KRIS Noyo Maps includes several types of ArcView projects. The basic project, which is included on the KRIS Noyo Database CD, will run with ArcView 3.1. Projects with grid information, such as Landsat vegetation, require ArcView with the Spatial Analyst extension. The slope modeling project in KRIS Noyo Maps requires 3D Analyst. Advanced projects requiring Spatial Analyst and 3D Analyst will be disseminated on a separate KRIS Noyo Advanced Map CD.Once projects are open, the user may add themes and re-organize views for analysis. Full metadata for all data layers is contained in the KRIS Noyo Map project.
The KRIS Noyo Map project was carried out by the Institute for Fisheries Resources KRIS Project office in Arcata. Similar projects for the Tenmile River and Big River basins will be completed by December 2000. Data have been compiled as seven views, which are listed below. Each view contains a logical grouping of themes, which together comprise the most useful and best available data. Use the following links to see images and descriptions of sample maps.
KRIS Noyo Map Views:
Jackson Demonstration State Forest
Mendocino Redwood Company
Timber Harvest Plans
Slope Stability Model