This layer depicts the official TCEQ Segments at the segment level for the State of Texas as listed in Title 30, Chapter 307 of the Texas Administrative Code (TAC), also known as the Surface Water Quality Standards.These data are intended for geographic display and analysis at the national level, and for large regional areas.A geographic information system is any system that captures, stores, analyzes, manages, and presents data that are linked to location.GIS technology can be used for remote sensing, analyzes changes, scientific investigations, resource management, asset management, archaeology, environmental impact assessment, urban planning, cartography, criminology, geographic history, marketing, logistics, prospectively mapping, and many other purposes.The GIS/RS program's purpose is to synthesize, decipher, and depict geospatial characteristics within the Nez Perce Tribe's territory that is pertinent to natural resource management planning.
Over 5,000 frames were scanned and referenced as part of the project.
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The Texas EMS dataset comprises 398 vegetation types for the entire state of Texas in a geospatial format.
This dataset was developed from aerial imagery, 14,000 ground control points, and modeling various abiotic variables such as, slope, elevation, and soils.