Road Centerlines and Address Ranges, Dane County (WI)

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What does this data set describe?

Title: Road Centerlines and Address Ranges, Dane County (WI)
Abstract:
This layer is a detailed line coverage of the Dane County roadway network containing attributes such as street name and address ranges, and features including public and named private roadways.
  1. How should this data set be cited?

    Dane County Land Information Office, 2007, Road Centerlines and Address Ranges, Dane County (WI): Dane County Land Information Office, Madison, WI.

    Online Links:

    • Server=LIO1-Data; Service=5160; Database=GISdw; User=l; Version=sde.DEFAULT

  2. What geographic area does the data set cover?

    West_Bounding_Coordinate: -89.846253
    East_Bounding_Coordinate: -88.988599
    North_Bounding_Coordinate: 43.310493
    South_Bounding_Coordinate: 42.841088

  3. What does it look like?

  4. Does the data set describe conditions during a particular time period?

    Calendar_Date: 31-Dec-2006
    Currentness_Reference: ground condition & official records

  5. What is the general form of this data set?

    Geospatial_Data_Presentation_Form: vector digital data

  6. How does the data set represent geographic features?

    1. How are geographic features stored in the data set?

      Indirect_Spatial_Reference: None
      This is a Vector data set. It contains the following vector data types (SDTS terminology):
      • String (31275)
      • Point (4)

    2. What coordinate system is used to represent geographic features?

      The map projection used is Lambert Conformal Conic.

      Projection parameters:
      Standard_Parallel: 43.069516
      Longitude_of_Central_Meridian: -89.422222
      Latitude_of_Projection_Origin: 43.069516
      False_Easting: 811000.000000
      False_Northing: 480943.886000

      Planar coordinates are encoded using coordinate pair
      Abscissae (x-coordinates) are specified to the nearest 0.000031
      Ordinates (y-coordinates) are specified to the nearest 0.000031
      Planar coordinates are specified in survey feet

      The horizontal datum used is D_North_American_1983_HARN.
      The ellipsoid used is Geodetic Reference System 80.
      The semi-major axis of the ellipsoid used is 6378137.000000.
      The flattening of the ellipsoid used is 1/298.257222.

      Vertical_Coordinate_System_Definition:
      Altitude_System_Definition:
      Altitude_Resolution: 1.000000
      Altitude_Encoding_Method:
      Explicit elevation coordinate included with horizontal coordinates

  7. How does the data set describe geographic features?

    GISdw.L.RoadCenterlines

    LENGTH
    Length of feature in internal units. (Source: ESRI)

    Positive real numbers that are automatically generated.

    FNODE_
    (Source: ESRI)

    TNODE_
    (Source: ESRI)

    LPOLY_
    (Source: ESRI)

    RPOLY_
    (Source: ESRI)

    ROAD_SYM

    ROAD_TYPE

    ROAD_ELEV

    FTYPE_ID

    RD02LDCD9A

    ID_FIELD
    This field is a unique identifer, used to link data from other databases to specific records within this dataset. (Source: Dane County Land Information Office)

    FAC2020
    WISDOT Functional Class (Source: Madison Area Metropolitan Plannning Organization (MAMPO))

    ValueDefinition
    1Principal Arterials - Interstate
    2Principal Arterials - Other Freeways
    3Principal Arterials - Other
    4Minor Arterials
    5Collectors - Urban
    6Local
    7Collectors - Major, Rural
    8Collectors - Minor, Rural
    9Private Road

    BIKERANK
    Level of Service (LOS), for bicycles (Source: Madison Area Metropolitan Plannning Organization (MAMPO))

    ValueDefinition
    AUrban - Highest LOS
    BUrban
    CUrban
    DUrban
    EUrban
    FUrban - Lowest LOS
    GRural - Most Suitable
    HRural - May be Suitable
    IRural - Least Suitable
    URoads within the Madison urbanized area are assumed to be at LOS C or better. Local rural roads are not evaluated.
    PProhibited

    SHDRWDTH
    Shoulder width available for bicycles (Source: Madison Area Metropolitan Plannning Organization (MAMPO))

    ValueDefinition
    C3 Feet
    D4 Feet or greater
    EBike Lane / Paved Shoulder (3 feet)
    FBike Lane / Paved Shoulder (4 feet or greater)
    GWide Curb Lane
    UUnevaluated

    ADTG_90_00
    Average Daily Trafiic Volume Growth - 1990 to 2000 (Source: Madison Area Metropolitan Plannning Organization (MAMPO))

    ValueDefinition
    A< 2,500 (arterial)
    B2,500 to 7,500 (arterial)
    C7,500 to 15,000 (arterial)
    D
     15,000 (arterial)
    
    E< 1,000 (collector)
    F1,000 to 2,500 (collector)
    G2,500 to 5,000 (collector)
    H
     5,000 (collector)
    
    UNot coded

    AADTV_99_0
    Annual Average Daily Traffic Volumes - 1999/2000 (Source: Madison Area Metropolitan Plannning Organization (MAMPO))

    ValueDefinition
    A< 16,000 (arterial)
    B16,000 to 30,000 (arterial)
    C30,000 to 60,000 (arterial)
    D
     60,000 (arterial)
    
    E< 3,000 (collector)
    F3,000 to 6,500 (collector)
    G6,500 to 10,000 (collector)
    H
     10,000 (collector)
    
    Unot coded

    CONGEST2K
    2000 Roadway Congestion Levels (Source: Madison Area Metropolitan Plannning Organization (MAMPO))

    ValueDefinition
    CCongested
    VVery Congested

    CONGEST90
    1990 Roadway Congestion Levels (Source: Madison Area Metropolitan Plannning Organization (MAMPO))

    ValueDefinition
    CCongested
    VVery Congested

    CCOUNT

    TOADDR
    Future Populated Address Field (Source: Dane County Land Information Office)

    SPDLMTTY
    Speed Limit Type (Source: Dane County Highway)

    ValueDefinition
    RRural local roads (assumed 40 MPH)
    AAssumed speed limits

    SPDLMT
    Speed Limit (Source: Dane County Highway)

    ValueDefinition
    6565 Miles Per Hour
    6060 Miles Per Hour
    5555 Miles Per Hour
    5050 Miles Per Hour
    4545 Miles Per Hour
    4040 Miles Per Hour
    3535 Miles Per Hour
    3030 Miles Per Hour
    2525 Miles Per Hour

    ASHDRWDTH
    Actual shoulder width. (Source: Madison Area Metropolitan Plannning Organization (MAMPO))

    ROWWDTH
    Actual roadway rigth-of-way width. (Source: Madison Area Metropolitan Plannning Organization (MAMPO))

    UPDT_DAT
    Date the last update to the segment. (Source: Dane County Land Information Office)

    UPDT_SRC
    Source of the update (Source: Dane County Land Information Office)

    FRADDL
    From Address Left (Source: Dane County Land Information Office)

    ZIPL
    ZIP Code Left (Source: Dane County Land Information Office)

    ZIPR
    ZIP Code Right (Source: Dane County Land Information Office)

    TADDID
    Address Field (Source: Dane County Land Information Office)

    OBJECTID
    Internal feature number. (Source: ESRI)

    Sequential unique whole numbers that are automatically generated.

    IMPVAL
    Impedence value (Source: Dane County Highway)

    ValueDefinition
    10
    21
    41
    53
    63
    71
    82

    RDC_2000A_

    SEGNAME
    The segment name was calcutated for the purpose of having standardized naming coventions for all segments that are public roadways.

    Sequential unique whole numbers that are automatically generated.

    RDC_2000A_ID

    ASRFCWDTH
    Actual surface width. This field is intended to be populated with the actual width of right-of-way on the segment of roadway. (Source: Madison Area Metropolitan Plannning Organization (MAMPO))

    FNODE_1

    RDWY_CODE
    The roadway designation. (Source: Madison Area Metropolitan Plannning Organization (MAMPO))

    ValueDefinition
    2Name Private Road
    3Local Road
    4County Highway
    5State Highway
    6Interstate Highway
    7U.S. Highway
    15Ramp

    TNODE_1

    UPDT_IND
    The individual who performed the updates. (Source: Dane County Land Information Office)

    LPOLY_1

    TOADDL
    To Address Left (Source: Dane County Land Information Office)

    ROADID
    Road Identifier, link to the Master Road Name Database (Source: Dane County Land Information Office)

    RPOLY_1

    FRADDR
    From Address Right (Source: Dane County Land Information Office)

    RDSTATUS
    The type of linework source used to update the street centerline data. (Source: Dane County Land Information Office)

    ValueDefinition
    ConnectorConnecting arcs between a constructed segment and a platted segment.
    ConstructedArcs developed from orthophotography
    PlattedRoad centerline arcs extracted from the parcel data

    ACTUAL_FRADDL
    Actual From Address Left (Source: RA Smith)

    ACTUAL_TOADDL
    Actual To Address Left (Source: RA Smith)

    ACTUAL_FRADDR
    Actual From Address Right (Source: RA Smith)

    ACTUAL_TOADDR
    Actual To Address Right (Source: RA Smith)

    OBJECTID_1
    Internal feature number. (Source: ESRI)

    ID

    FEDIRP
    Street name pre-directional

    Coordinates defining the features.

    FENAME
    Street name

    Coordinates defining the features.

    FETYPE
    Street name type

    Coordinates defining the features.

    FEDIRS
    Street name post-directional

    Coordinates defining the features.

    MUNITYPE
    Municipal type

    ValueDefinition
    CCity
    TTown
    VVillage

    MUNI
    Municipal name

    Coordinates defining the features.

    ROADID_1

    STNAME_C
    Concatenated street name

    Coordinates defining the features.

    FULMUN
    Full municipal name

    Coordinates defining the features.

    SHAPE
    Feature geometry. (Source: ESRI)

    Coordinates defining the features.

    SHAPE.len
    Feature length (Source: ESRI)

    GIS.L.RoadNameToUpdates

    Entity_and_Attribute_Overview:
    The attribute information found in this dataset was collected by the Dane County Land Information Office (LIO).
    Entity_and_Attribute_Detail_Citation: Not available


Who produced the data set?

  1. Who are the originators of the data set? (may include formal authors, digital compilers, and editors)

  2. Who also contributed to the data set?

  3. To whom should users address questions about the data?

    Dane County Land Information Office
    c/o Fred Iausly
    Senior GIS Analyst
    210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Room 339
    Madison, WI 53703
    USA

    (608) 266-4398 (voice)
    (608) 266-1242 (FAX)
    iausly@co.dane.wi.us

    Hours_of_Service: Normal Business Hours (8:00am - 4:30pm)
    Contact_Instructions:
    Additional Contact Persons: Tim Confare (Senior GIS Analyst) (608) 267-1598 Dave Watson (Senior GIS Systems Administrator) (608) 266-4265


Why was the data set created?

A comprehensive street centerline and address range database to support Dane County geocoding, limited routing, and a cartographic product for official mapping.


How was the data set created?

  1. From what previous works were the data drawn?

    Dane County 1995 Centerlines (source 1 of 9)
    Dane County Land Information Office, 1995, Dane County (WI) 1995 Road Centerlines: Dane County Land Information Office, Madison, Wisconsin.

    Source_Scale_Denominator: 12000
    Source_Contribution:
    As part of the 1995 orthophotography project, Ayres Associates, Madison, WI provided photogrammetrically derived road centerlines from the 1-meter resolution imagery.

    Dane County RPC Roads (source 2 of 9)
    Dane County Regional Planning Commission, 1998, Dane County Transportation Network: Dane County Regional Planning Commission, Madison, Wisconsin.

    Source_Scale_Denominator: 12000
    Source_Contribution:
    In 1997 and 1998 the Dane County RPC cleaned the geometry and added transportation planning attributes.

    Dane County 2000 Road Centerlines (source 3 of 9)
    Dane County Land Information Office, 2001, Dane County (WI) 2000 Road Centerlines: Dane County Land Information Office, Madison, Wisconsin.

    Source_Scale_Denominator: 2400
    Source_Contribution:
    As part of the Fly Dane 2000 project, Ayres Associates, Madison, WI provided photogrammetrically derived road centerlines from the 1-foot resolution imagery.

    Dane County 2000 Road Centerlines (source 4 of 9)
    Dane County Land Information Office, 2003, Dane County (WI) 2000 Road Centerlines: Dane County Land Information Office, Madison, Wisconsin.

    Source_Scale_Denominator: 2400
    Source_Contribution:
    Short Elliot & Hendrick, Inc., Madison, WI attached County and Madison Area Metropolitan Planning Organization attribute information contained in the 1995 road centerline data, developed a master street name file that they linked to the data and added routing attributes to support Dane County Highway Department.

    Dane County 2003 Road Centerlines (source 5 of 9)
    Dane County Land Information Office, 2003, Dane County 2003 Road Centerlines: Dane County Land Information Office, Madison, Wisconsin.

    Source_Scale_Denominator: 2400
    Source_Contribution:
    The Dane County Land Information Office did a detailed review of the roadway connectivity and attribute completeness, added street names and private drives over 250 feet.

    Dane County (WI) 2004 Street Centerline and Address Ranges (source 6 of 9)
    Dane County Land Information Office, 20050805, Dane County (WI) 2004 Road Centerlines and Address Ranges: Dane County Land Information Office, Madison, Wisconsin.

    Source_Scale_Denominator: 2400
    Source_Contribution:
    In 2005 RA Smith, Brookfield, WI updated the 2000 street centerline data and developed address range information. The Dane County Land Information Office then completed a detailed quality review of the data.

    Dane County 2005 Road Centerlines (source 7 of 9)
    Dane County Land Information Office, 2005, Dane County (WI) 2000 Road Centerlines: Dane County Land Information Office, Madison, Wisconsin.

    Source_Scale_Denominator: 2400
    Source_Contribution:
    As part of the Fly Dane 2005 project, Ayres Associates, Madison, WI provided photogrammetrically derived road centerlines from the 1-foot resolution imagery.

    Dane County 2005 Parcel Archive (source 8 of 9)
    Dane County Planning & Development, Unpublished Material, Dane County 2005 Parcel Archive.

    Source_Scale_Denominator: 2400
    Source_Contribution:
    The Dane County Land Information Office extracted the road right-of-way centerline from the 2005 archived parcel linework.

    Dane County 2006 Parcel Archive (source 9 of 9)
    Source_Scale_Denominator: 2400
    Source_Contribution:
    The Dane County Land Information Office extracted the road right-of-way centerline from the 2006 archived parcel linework.

  2. How were the data generated, processed, and modified?

    Date: 1995 (process 1 of 7)
    The Dane County road centerline data was first develop in 1995 as part of a 1-meter resolution orthophotography project. The data consisted of basic geometry only.

    Person who carried out this activity:

    Dane County Land Information Office
    210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Room 339
    Madison, WI 53703
    USA

    Hours_of_Service: Normal Business Hours (8:00am - 4:30pm)
    Date: 1998 (process 2 of 7)
    In 1997 and 1998 the Dane County Regional Planning Organization built on the 1995 geometry by adding transportation planning attributes and doing some limited data clean up. The work done focused on developing a dataset that could be used for transportation modeling.

    Person who carried out this activity:

    Dane County Regional Planning Commission

    Date: 2000 (process 3 of 7)
    A new road centerline data was created as part of the Fly Dane 2000 project. The dataset was produced from breaklines created in the terrain modeling process. The centerlines were exported from the DTM to a vector file. The Dane County Land Information Office QA/QC the data and added any missing segments.

    Person who carried out this activity:

    Dane County Land Information Office
    c/o Fred Iausly
    Senior GIS Analyst
    210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Room 339
    Madison, WI 53703
    USA

    (608) 266-4398 (voice)
    (608) 266-1242 (FAX)
    iausly@co.dane.wi.us

    Hours_of_Service: Normal Business Hours (8:00am - 4:30pm)
    Contact_Instructions:
    Additional Contact Persons: Tim Confare (Senior GIS Analyst) (608) 267-1598
    Date: 2003 (process 4 of 7)
    In 2003 Short Elliot & Hendrickson, Inc. attached county and Madison Area Metropolitan Planning Organization attribute information contained in the 1995 road centerline file, and developed a master street name database to manage roadway name attributes. The master street name database received from SEH was a first compilation from best available regulatory sources. Street names were reviewed and reconciled with help of the County Surveyor, Highway Department, 911 and LIO. Conflicts with town road names were resolved using Dane County rural address maps. City and village road names were acquired from the County Clerk (based on municipal clerk reporting) and supplemented with names from county parcel maps as needed. Conflicts with city and village road names were resolved using county parcel maps. Location conflicts were resolved using these same data sets, together with the Dane County Road Map, plat books and other mapping resources. The LIO completed a detailed quality review for connectivity of roadway segments and completeness of attribution. The data set was completely reviewed by several departments and agencies that included the County Surveyor, Highway, Madison Area Metropolitan Planning Organization. Additionally, data from the City of Fitchburg and City of Sun Prairie was used to review the related street names. Private drives of 250 feet or greater, based from the 2000 orthophotography, where also added.

    Person who carried out this activity:

    Dane County Land Information Office
    c/o Fred Iausly
    Senior GIS Analyst
    210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Room 339
    Madison, WI 53703
    USA

    (608) 266-4398 (voice)
    (608) 266-1242 (FAX)
    iausly@co.dane.wi.us

    Hours_of_Service: Normal Business Hours (8:00am - 4:30pm)
    Contact_Instructions:
    Additional Contact Persons: Tim Confare (Senior GIS Analyst) (608) 267-1598
    Date: 2005 (process 5 of 7)
    In 2005 RA Smith updated the street network by adding new street segments that were part the 2004 parcel archive. These segments were then stitched into the existing linework. RA Smith also develop preliminary address ranges through an automated process that developed address range from the Dane County parcel database and attaching them to the street segments. The LIO completed a detailed quality review of the address range attribution. Additionally, the City of Fitchburg, City of Sun Prairie and Madison Area Metropolitan Planning Organization assisted in reviewing the address ranges for their respective communities.

    Person who carried out this activity:

    Dane County Land Information Office
    c/o Fred Iausly
    Senior GIS Analyst
    210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Room 339
    Madison, WI 53703
    USA

    (608) 266-4398 (voice)
    (608)266-1242 (FAX)
    iausly@co.dane.wi.us

    Hours_of_Service: Normal Business Hours: 8:00am - 4:30pm
    Contact_Instructions:
    Additional Contact Persons: Tim Confare (Senior GIS Analyst) (608 267-1598 Dave Watson (Senior GIS Systems Administrator) (608) 266-4265
    Date: 2006 (process 6 of 7)
    In 2006 the Land Information Office updated the street network with centerline data that was developed from the 2005 orthophoto project and road right-of-way centerline data that was part the 2005 parcel archive. Digital source information was provided by the Madison Area Metropolitan Planning Organization. Additional assistance with problem areas was provided by the City of Sun Prairie, City of Fitchburg, City of Verona and Madison Area Metropolitan Planning Organization.

    Person who carried out this activity:

    Dane County Land Information Office
    c/o Fred Iausly
    Senior GIS Analyst
    210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Room 339
    Madison, WI 53703
    USA

    (608) 266-4398 (voice)
    (608) 266-1242 (FAX)
    iausly@co.dane.wi.us

    Hours_of_Service: Normal Business Hours: 8:00am - 4:30pm
    Contact_Instructions:
    Additional Contact Persons: Tim Confare (Senior GIS Analyst) (608) 267-1598 Dave Watson (Senior GIS Systems Administrator) (608) 266-4265
    Date: 2007 (process 7 of 7)
    In 2007 the Land Information Office updated the street network with centerline data that was developed from the 2006 parcel archive and used the 2006 NAIP imagery for a reference layer. Digital source information was provided by the Madison Area Metropolitan Planning Organization. Additional assistance with problem areas was provided by the City of Sun Prairie, City of Fitchburg, City of Verona and Madison Area Metropolitan Planning Organization.

    Person who carried out this activity:

    Dane County Land Information Office
    c/o Fred Iausly
    Senior GIS Analyst
    210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Room 339
    Madison, WI 53703
    USA

    (608) 266-4398 (voice)
    (608) 266-1242 (FAX)
    iausly@co.dane.wi.us

    Hours_of_Service: Normal Business Hours: 8:00am - 4:30pm
    Contact_Instructions:
    Additional Contact Persons: Tim Confare (Senior GIS Analyst) (608) 267-1598 Dave Watson (Senior GIS Systems Administrator) (608) 266-4265
  3. What similar or related data should the user be aware of?

    Dane County Land Information Office, 20070504, Unnamed Private Road Centerlines, Dane County (WI): Dane County Land Information Office, Madison, WI.

    Dane County Land Information Office, 20070504, Alleys, Dane County (WI): Dane County Land Information Office, Madison, WI.


How reliable are the data; what problems remain in the data set?

  1. How well have the observations been checked?

    The street name attributes were reviewed by the Dane County Surveyor, Dane County Highway Department and Madison Area Metropolitan Planning Organization. Additional street name information was provided by the Cities of Fitchburg and Sun Prairie. The accuracy of the attributes was verified by manually comparing digital source information and hardcopy records. The address range attributes were reviewed by the Dane County Land Information Office with additional address information provided by the Cities of Fitchburg and Sun Prairie and the Madison Area Metropolitan Planning Organization. The accuracy of the data was verified by manually comparing digital source information and hardcopy records.

  2. How accurate are the geographic locations?

    The data set meets the National Map Accuracy Standards for the scale 1:2,400 (or 1"=200'). The horizontal accuracy is +/- 6 feet for well-defined points, at a ninety percent confidence level. (Fly Dane 2000 Accuracy Report, Ayres Associates)

  3. How accurate are the heights or depths?

  4. Where are the gaps in the data? What is missing?

    The data set is complete for roads that were constructed or platted thru 2006.

  5. How consistent are the relationships among the observations, including topology?

    The data set is topologically structured line data with no gaps or omissions.


How can someone get a copy of the data set?

Are there legal restrictions on access or use of the data?

Access_Constraints: Data is copyright and licensed for use.
Use_Constraints:
Refer to the License Agreement for Dane County Digital Geographic Data Sets. <URL:http://www.co.dane.wi.us/lio/Gis/licenseaggreement.pdf>

  1. Who distributes the data set? (Distributor 1 of 1)

    Dane County Land Information Office
    c/o Fred Iausly
    Senior GIS Analyst
    210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Room 339
    Madison, WI 53703
    USA

    (608) 266-4398 (voice)
    (608) 266-1242 (FAX)
    iausly@co.dane.wi.us

    Hours_of_Service: Normal Business Hours (8:00am - 4:30pm)
    Contact_Instructions:
    Additional Contact Persons:: Tim Confare (Senior GIS Analyst) (608) 267-1598 Dave Watson (Senior GIS Systems Administrator) (608) 266-4265
  2. What's the catalog number I need to order this data set?

    Road Centerlines and Address Ranges

  3. What legal disclaimers am I supposed to read?

    The burden for determining 'fitness for use' rests entirely upon the requester/Licensee. Dane County and its co-producers will not be liable in any way for accuracy of the data or for uses other than intended. Dane County assumes no responsibility whatsoever for direct, indirect, special, consequential, exemplary or other damages. Licensee agrees to indemnify, hold harmless and defend Dane County, its employees, agents, representatives and co-producers from any claims, damages, liabilities and expenses arising from Licensee's use of licensed data sets or products derived there from.

  4. How can I download or order the data?

  5. Is there some other way to get the data?

    An additional cost of $30/hour for staff time plus computer time and media charges is assessed for non-standard datasets or non-standard data file formats. Prices are subject to change without notice. See Price/Product list for more information, <http://www.co.dane.wi.us/lio/datacatalog.asp>. Data can be order online using the Dane County's On-line GIS Data Order System, <http://www.co.dane.wi.us/lio/digital_order.asp>. Acceptance of the License Agreement for Dane County Digital Geographic Data Sets must be received before data can be released. All requests will be invoiced following delivery of the data.


Who wrote the metadata?

Dates:
Last modified: 17-Sep-2008
Metadata author:
Dane County Land Information Office
c/o Fred Iausly
Senior GIS Analyst
210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Room 339
Madison, WI 53703
USA

(608) 266-4398 (voice)
(608) 266-1242 (FAX)
iausly@co.dane.wi.us

Hours_of_Service: Normal Business Hours (8:00am - 4:30pm)
Contact_Instructions:
Additional Contact Persons: Tim Confare (Senior GIS Analyst) (608) 267-1598 Dave Watson (Senior GIS Systems Administrator) (608) 266-4265
Metadata standard:
FGDC Content Standards for Digital Geospatial Metadata (FGDC-STD-001-1998)
Metadata extensions used:


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