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SS002
Landcover change analysis of the McKenzie Basin for the Maps and Locals (MALS) project.

AUTHOR: Theresa J. Valentine
PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR: Hannah Gosnell
ORIGINATOR: Myrica McCune
DATA SET CREDIT:
Developed for Dr. Hannah Gosnell, Oregon State University, College of Earth, Oceanic, and Atmospheric Science with data from ORBIC
MOST RECENT METADATA REVIEW DATE:
12 Sep 2014
KEYWORDS:
Human-natural systems, human dimensions, attitudes and perceptions, land use history, land cover, mapping, change detection, modeling, landscape change, human natural systems, vegetation, landscape dynamics
PURPOSE:
This dataset was developed for use in an analysis of landcover change in the McKenzie Basin for the Maps and Locals (MALS) project. A consistent classification was used across datasets to facilitate change detection.
METHODS:
Processing Procedures - SS001:
Description: SS00101: Re-classified landcover data of the McKenzie River Basin. Original data came from the Historical Vegetation 1938 map developed from the General Land Office survey by the Oregon Biodiversity Information Center (see http://www.pdx.edu/pnwlamp/glo-based-historical-mapping-in-the-pacific-northwestfor more information on the original dataset). The classes represent: 11= Open Water, 31= Bare Rock/Sand/Clay, 41= Deciduous Forest, 42= Evergreen Forest, 43= Mixed Forest, 51= Shrubland, 71= Grassland/Herbaceous, 91= Woody Wetlands, 92= Emergent Herbaceous Wetlands. There were no developed classes in the original dataset, so users of the data need to be aware that those classes are missing from the raster because of source data limitations.
Processing Procedures - SS001 (2):
Description: SS00102 Re-classified landcover data of the McKenzie River Basin. Original data came from the 1992 National Landcover Dataset (see http://www.epa.gov/mrlc/nlcd.htmlfor more information on the original dataset). Original class 11 was assigned to Open Water, 12 to Perennial Ice/Snow, 21 to Low Intensity Residential, 23 to Commercial/Industrial, 31-33 to Bare Rock/Sand/Clay, 41 to Deciduous Forest, 42 to Evergreen Forest, 43 to Mixed Forest, 51 to Shrubland, 71 to Grassland/Herbaceous, 81 to Pasture/Hay, 82 to Row Crops/Orchards/Vineyards, 91 to Woody Wetlands, and 92 to Emergent Herbaceous Wetlands.
Processing Procedures - SS001 (1):
Description: SS00103: Re-classified landcover data of the Mackenzie River Basin. Original data came from the 1992 National Landcover Dataset (see http://www.epa.gov/mrlc/nlcd.htmlfor more information on the original dataset). Original class 11 was assigned to Open Water, 12 to Perennial Ice/Snow, 21 to Low Intensity Residential, 23 to Commercial/Industrial, 31-33 to Bare Rock/Sand/Clay, 41 to Deciduous Forest, 42 to Evergreen Forest, 43 to Mixed Forest, 51 to Shrubland, 71 to Grassland/Herbaceous, 81 to Pasture/Hay, 82 to Row Crops/Orchards/Vineyards, 91 to Woody Wetlands, and 92 to Emergent Herbaceous Wetlands.
Processing Procedures - SS001 (3):
Description: SS00104: Re-classified landcover data of the Mackenzie River Basin. Original data came from the Pacific Northwest Ecosystem Research Consortium Willamette Basin Future Scenarios 2050 Project Conservation Scenario for 2050 (see http://www.fsl.orst.edu/pnwerc/wrb/access.htmlfor more information on the original dataset). Class 1-2 were assigned to Low Intensity Residential, 3-4 to High Intensity Residential, 6-11 to Commercial/Industrial, 16 to Low Intensity Residential, 18-21 to Commercial/Industrial, 24 and 29 to Bare Rock/Sand/Clay, 32-33 to Open Water, 39 to Bare Rock/Sand/Clay, 40 to Ice/Snow, 42 to Bare Rock/Sand/Clay, 49 to Low Intensity Residential, 51-52 to Mixed Forest, 53 to Deciduous Forest, 54 to Mixed Forest, 55-62 to Evergreen Forest, 67-68 to Pasture/Hay, 72 to Emergent Herbaceous Wetlands, 73-79 to Row Crop/Orchard, 80-81 to Pasture/Hay, 82 to Row Crop/Orchard, 83 to Pasture/Hay, 84 to Row Crop/Orchard, 85 to Pasture/Hay, 86 to Grassland/Herbaceous, 87 to Shrubland, 88 to Bare Rock/Sand/Clay, 89 to Emergent Herbaceous Wetland, 90 to Row Crop/Orchard, 91 to Woody Wetland, 92-93 to Row Crop/Orchard, 95 to Evergreen, 98 to Deciduous Forest, 101 to Woody Wetland.
Processing Procedures - SS001 (4):
Description: SS00105: Re-classified landcover data of the Mackenzie River Basin. Original data came from the Pacific Northwest Ecosystem Research Consortium Willamette Basin Future Scenarios 2050 Project Development Scenario for 2050 (see http://www.fsl.orst.edu/pnwerc/wrb/access.htmlfor more information on the original dataset). Class 1-2 were assigned to Low Intensity Residential, 3-4 to High Intensity Residential, 6-11 to Commercial/Industrial, 16 to Low Intensity Residential, 18-21 to Commercial/Industrial, 24 and 29 to Bare Rock/Sand/Clay, 32-33 to Open Water, 39 to Bare Rock/Sand/Clay, 40 to Ice/Snow, 42 to Bare Rock/Sand/Clay, 49 to Low Intensity Residential, 51-52 to Mixed Forest, 53 to Deciduous Forest, 54 to Mixed Forest, 55-62 to Evergreen Forest, 67-68 to Pasture/Hay, 72 to Emergent Herbaceous Wetlands, 73-79 to Row Crop/Orchard, 80-81 to Pasture/Hay, 82 to Row Crop/Orchard, 83 to Pasture/Hay, 84 to Row Crop/Orchard, 85 to Pasture/Hay, 86 to Grassland/Herbaceous, 87 to Shrubland, 88 to Bare Rock/Sand/Clay, 89 to Emergent Herbaceous Wetland, 90 to Row Crop/Orchard, 91 to Woody Wetland, 92-93 to Row Crop/Orchard, 95 to Evergreen, 98 to Deciduous Forest, 101 to Woody Wetland.
Processing Procedures - SS001 (5):
Description: SS00106: Re-classified landcover data of the Mackenzie River Basin. Original data came from the Pacific Northwest Ecosystem Research Consortium Willamette Basin Future Scenarios 2050 Plan Trend Scenario for 2050 (see http://www.fsl.orst.edu/pnwerc/wrb/access.htmlfor more information on the original dataset). Class 1-2 were assigned to Low Intensity Residential, 3-4 to High Intensity Residential, 6-11 to Commercial/Industrial, 16 to Low Intensity Residential, 18-21 to Commercial/Industrial, 24 and 29 to Bare Rock/Sand/Clay, 32-33 to Open Water, 39 to Bare Rock/Sand/Clay, 40 to Ice/Snow, 42 to Bare Rock/Sand/Clay, 49 to Low Intensity Residential, 51-52 to Mixed Forest, 53 to Deciduous Forest, 54 to Mixed Forest, 55-62 to Evergreen Forest, 67-68 to Pasture/Hay, 72 to Emergent Herbaceous Wetlands, 73-79 to Row Crop/Orchard, 80-81 to Pasture/Hay, 82 to Row Crop/Orchard, 83 to Pasture/Hay, 84 to Row Crop/Orchard, 85 to Pasture/Hay, 86 to Grassland/Herbaceous, 87 to Shrubland, 88 to Bare Rock/Sand/Clay, 89 to Emergent Herbaceous Wetland, 90 to Row Crop/Orchard, 91 to Woody Wetland, 92-93 to Row Crop/Orchard, 95 to Evergreen, 98 to Deciduous Forest, 101 to Woody Wetland.
Processing Procedures - SS001 (6):
Description: Original raster was projected (snappng to NLCD grid), reclssified, and clipped to McKenzie basin boundary.
TAXONOMIC SYSTEM:
None
GEOGRAPHIC EXTENT:
McKenzie Basin of the Willamette River Basin, in Western Oregon
PROGRESS DESCRIPTION:
Complete
UPDATE FREQUENCY DESCRIPTION:
notPlanned
CURRENTNESS REFERENCE:
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