Mapbook of xxxx Town, CT By Your Name Index Map 1: Spring Aerial Imagery Map 2: Hillshade Elevation Map 3: Boundaries/Streets Map 4: Hydric Soils
Map 5: Farmland Soils Map 6: Open Space 01/31/2020 Map 7: Critical Habitat & Natural Diversity DB Areas Map 8: Watersheds, Hydrography & Wellhead protection areas Map 9: Water Quality:
Surface & Groundwater 2 2016 Spring Aerial Imagery Flight managed the Capitol Region Council of Governments and funded by the CT Office of Policy and Management with contributions from the CT Dept. of Transportation and CT Dept. of Emergency Services and Public Protection. 3 inch pixels More information on http://cteco.uconn.edu/data/flight2016/
01/31/2020 3 Hillshade Elevation from Lidar and displayed as hillshade. Hillshade is a grayscale view of terrain that considers the suns relative position. More information on the CT ECO website http:// cteco.uconn.edu/data/lidar/ 01/31/2020
4 Boundaries & Streets Base map information including airport, railroad, waterbody, watercourse and town boundary information. Based on the most recently published 1:24,000-scale U.S. Geological Survey topographic quadrangle maps. More information on http://cteco.uconn.edu. 01/31/2020 5
Hydric Soils Hydric soils are soils formed under conditions of saturation, flooding, or ponding long enough during the growing season to support the growth and reproduction of hydrophytic vegetation. More information on the CT ECO website http:// cteco.uconn.edu/guides 01/31/2020 6 Farmland Soils Farmland Soils includes land that is defined as prime, unique, or
farmland of statewide or local importance. It identifies the location and extent of the most suitable land for producing food, feed, fiber, forage, and oilseed crops. More information on the CT ECO website http://cteco.uconn.edu/data/lidar/ 01/31/2020 7 Open Space Protected Open Space in an inventory of open space as defined by the Department of Environmental Protection Protected Open Space Mapping (POSM) project. These include:
land or interest in land acquired for the protection of natural features of the state's landscape or essential habitat for endangered or threatened species; and land or an interest in land acquired to support and sustain non-facility-based outdoor recreation, forestry and fishery activities, or other wildlife or natural resource conservation or preservation activities. Data is not included for every town in Connecticut because information is collected by DEEP from individual towns on an ongoing basis. More information on the CT ECO website http://cteco.uconn.edu/guides 01/31/2020 8 Critical Habitat & Natural
Diversity DB Areas Critical Habitat from the CT Dept. of Energy and Environmental Protection. More information in the CT ECO Data Guide http:// cteco.uconn.edu/guides/Critical_Habitat.htm . Natural Diversity Database from the CT Dept. of Energy and Environmental Protection. More information in the CT ECO Data Guide http:// cteco.uconn.edu/guides/Natural_Diversity_Database.htm 01/31/2020 9
Water Resources Watersheds from the CT Dept. of Energy and Environmental Protection. More information in the CT ECO Data Guide http://cteco.uconn.edu/guides/Local_Basin.htm. Hydrography from the USGS. Wellhead Protection Areas is from CT DEEP. Basemap is Hillshade derived from Lidar. 01/31/2020 10
Water Quality Surface and ground water quality classifications from the CT Dept. of Energy and Environmental Protection. More information in the CT ECO Data Guide http://cteco.uconn.edu/guides/water_quality_class.htm. Basemap is Hillshade derived from Lidar. 01/31/2020 11
Diversity. US: Racial and ethnic minority population doubled 1970-2016. Will represent more than 50% by 20421. Racial and ethnic minorities remain underrepresented (URM) in higher education, including public health
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