Bureau of Land Management20130315BLM OR Fire Water Sources Pointvector digital dataPortland, ORBLM/USFShttp://www.blm.gov/or/gis/data.phpThis theme depicts sources of water for fire management purposes that are accessible by engines, water tenders, pumps, or helicopter buckets. Water sources that are identified are judged to be useable during the period of a normal fire season. This theme does not depict water for uses other than fire fighting. For example, potable water is not identified in this theme.Fire Management PurposesBLM (Bureau of Land Management)20130315publication dateIrregular-124.116634-120.96138443.83265241.999682BLM-ThemeFireNonefire pondwaterwaterholeFire/Climatepump chanceISO 19115utilitiesCommunicationISO 19115 Topic CategoriesutilitiesCommunicationBLM-StateWashingtonOregonDiscretionary, contains no sensitive information - generally considered releasable.No warranty is made by the Bureau of Land Management as to the accuracy, reliability, or completeness of these data for individual use or aggregate use with other data.Forest ServiceDale G. GuentherSystem Analystmailing
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PortlandOR97208-2965US503firstname.lastname@example.orgArcSDE; Oracle; AIXBureau of Land ManagementFWATER_DictionaryThis is the Instruction Memorandum that issued the Fire Water Sources Spatial Data Standard. Included are all the attribute definitions and codes.Transaction level: This level of quality control occurs when a district has completed an update to the FWTR_SRC theme and the resulting data layer is provided back for inclusion into the corporate geodatabase. GIS topological checking is limited at check-in time since this is a point theme. This theme has ""required"" fields that must be populated prior to updating the theme in the geodatabase. All text field data must be filled out in upper case. Upon check-in, all attributes are checked to assure that they conform to the data standard.No data currently exists.OR/WA BLMGlobal Positioning SystemPortland, OROR BLMNone19890222UnknownGPSThe FWTR_SRC layer was added to the BLM corporate district Arcinfo libraries. No data was available with which to populate the libraries. The layer was made transactional so that district editors may populate the layer with data.Extract ArcInfo Library coverages, merged to a single coverage, projected to GCS and imported to ArcSDE Geodatabase.20070706U.S. Bureau of Land Management - Oregon/Washington State OfficeSteve SalasGIS Specialist / ArcSDE Administrator503email@example.comAppended data for BLM's Lakeview district after matching values to the data standard. Summary of data collection: A Summer Temporary Employee was hired for approximately 8 weeks funded by fire/fuels money to conduct a field inventory and verification of Fire water sources. We started with a copy of the fire_water_source.gdb database, then created domains for fields that would benefit from their use. We "GPS enabled" the database with Trimble GPS Analyst extension for ArcGIS 9.2. We broke the inventory effort out into several components for purposes of prioritizing the work. We received a list of existing sources from the Klamath office of ODF, and created a point theme from their legal descriptions. Where these points landed on BLM land near roads we determined to be of high priority to visit and capture attribute data and verify location. The next phase of the work was to perform an intersection of BLM roads and Perennial streams, and perform a "spatial select" on the centroids of perennial water bodies near roads on BLM lands. Points were located, GPS'ed, and attributed in ArcPad. The final phase of the work was to obtain a copy of the Oregon Water Resources Department's water rights geodatabase and find the BLM water rights on BLM land within the resource area. These points were also located, GPS'ed and attributed. In some instances where there was an existing point feature in the database that was well located, ArcPad and the GPS unit were only used for attribution of the point. In other cases the points from the water rights database or ODF's point were not located at the most convenient place to fill an engine or tender and so were relocated using ArcPad. Matt Cornachione performed nearly all of the GPS and GIS work, with some assistance from Mike Limb (Klamath Falls Resource Area GIS Coordinator). All GPS locating, attributing, and recording was performed using ArcPad 7.x on a Trimble GeoXT GPS unit.20080822U.S. Bureau of Land Management - Klamath Falls Resource AreaMike LimbGIS Coordinator541firstname.lastname@example.orgAppended data for BLM's Roseburg district after matching values to the data standard. Attribute values for field RIGHTS_NUM are known to be incomplete (they lack the prefix letter of either "P" or "R") and will be updated when possible by Roseburg district staff. Summary of data collection provided by Roseburg district: Location information for the water sources was obtained from Tom Lonie. This was in the form of township, range and section and in many cases GPS coordinates. This information was used as a guide in locating the points. In addition to this information, Digital Ortho Quads were used as a background for digitizing water source locations. When they were not visible Tom Lonie, Bob Gilster Judy Hyde and Tom Doss were asked to help locate them based on their field experience. The points were added by Dale Gough using Arcedit. Attributes were then added based on the infomation supplied by the before mentioned people.20081204U.S. Bureau of Land Managment, Roseburg DistrictGary PassowNatural Resources Specialist (GIS)(541) email@example.comForty five water sources, GPS'ed by DFPA, were added to the layer. In addition, attributes for POC_RESTRICT were updated based on testing for Phyophthora lateralis, completed by the BLM in 2009 and 2010. As per Kevin Carson's guidance (South River SMRS), only water sources with P. lateralis were considered contaminated. If other species of Phytophthora were encountered the water source was considered clean. As well, any water sources previously attributed as contaminated, that were tested and not found to have P. lateralis, were changed to clean.20110211BLMMike HubbardGIS Specialist(541) 464-3387Michael_Hubbard@blm.govData consists of historic and recently field verified potential water sources for the Medford BLM District. Sources for the sites include AutoCAD data, employee knowledge, and GPS data.20111003U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Medford District OfficeDesraye AssaliGIS Specialist541firstname.lastname@example.orgOregonVectorEntity point8082e-0082e-008Decimal DegreesD North American 1983GRS 19806378137.0298.257222101OSODBA.FWTR_SRC_POINTSources of water that are accessible by fire engines, water tenders, pumps, or helicopter bucket.BLMobjectidInternal feature number.ESRISequential unique whole numbers that are automatically generated.accuracyAn indicator of the accuracy of the spatial location of the water source.
1 - Within 10 feet of the actual location.
2 - Within 100 feet of the actual location.
3 - Within 1000 feet of the actual location.
4 - Not accurate within 1000 feet of the actual location.
constr_typeThe general type of constructed features at the water source (i.e. access ramp, reservoir)depthThe average depth of the water source (in feet). Depthof 0 (zero) allowed only when SUSTAINABILITY is Nonfunctional (N). Depth can be >0 when SUSTAINABILITY = N.edateYear the water source was established or first used for fire suppression activities. Four (4) character year beginning with 19 or 20 (YYYY).shapeFeature geometry.ESRICoordinates defining the features.SECTIONPLSS Section NumberengineWater source that can used by fire engines to fill their water tanks. If the water source can be used by engines, then TYPE_SYM may only be E (Engine) or A (All).YESThe equipment can use the water source.NOThe equipment cannot use the water source.fwater_nameName of water source that can be used for fire fighting purposes.fwater_ownerThe owner of the water source.gallons_capacityThe quantity of water (gallons) that can be stored at this water source. This is a coded field that represent a capacity range.
A less than 500 gallons
B 500 to 999 gallons
C 1,000 to 9,999 gallons
D 10,000 to 100,000 gallons
E Over 100,000 gallons
heli_bucketWater source that can used by helicopters to fill large water carrying buckets. If water source can be used by Helicopters, then TYP_SYM may only be H (Heli Bucket) or A (All).YESThe equipment can use the water source.NOThe equipment cannot use the water source.inflowThe quantity of water coming into the water source (in gallons per minute). If INFLOW equals zero, then SUSTAINABILITY must be either Nonfunctional or Initial Attack.long_dmsThe location of the water source in degrees, minutes, and seconds. Longitude followed by lattitude. This attribute is recalculated and repopulated upon check-in to the the GIS library.maint_needsIdentifies if maintenance is needed at the water source.YMAINTENANCE NEEDEDNMAINTENANCE NOT NEEDEDpoc_restrictWater from many sources is contaminated with a fungus that kills Port Orford Cedar and cannot be used in areas that are free of the fungus.CONTAMINATEDThe water source is contaminated with the fungus and cannot be used in disease free areas.CLEANThe water source is free of the fungus and can be used in disease free areas.UNKNOWNIt is not known if the water source is contaminated with the fungus.portableWater source that can used by portable water carrying devices. If the water source can be used by portable devices, then TYPE_SYM may only be P (Portable) or A (All).YESThe equipment can use the water source.NOThe equipment cannot use the water source.pump_distThe distance that water must be pumped from the water source to the fire equipment (engines and tenders).rights_numThe State Water Right application number, if applicable, for the water source (A-NNNNNNN) where A = R or P and NNNNNNN = a number assigned by the Oregon Dept. of Water Resources. Example: R-1234567sealerMaterial used to line the water source.site_typeIdentifies whether the water source is a natural or constructed feature.NATURALWater source is a natural feature.CONSTRUCTEDWater source is a constructed feature.surface_elevThe surface elevation of the water source. This is used primarily to determine whether the source can be utilized by helicopters.sustainabilityAbility of the fire water source to support fire suppression activities.NNonfunctionalIInitial Attack OnlySSustainablet_r
Township and Range location of the fire water source. This attribute is generated from the Landlines theme.
Must be TXXY-RXXY where X's are numbers and Y is direction North, South, East or West.
tenderWater source that can used by tenders (large tanker trucks used to refill smaller trucks with water). If water source can be used by tenders, then TYPE_SYM may only be T (Tender) or A (All).YESThe equipment can use the water source.NOThe equipment cannot use the water source.type_symSymbol used in map display to identify the utilization type. Only one code may be entered. If more than one applies (but not all) the user must decide which code they want to display.
H Helicopter Bucket
vdateThe date the water source was last visited and its condition assessed. If populated this must be contain 8 characters (YYYYMMDD). Years must begin with 19 or 20, Months must be between 1-12, Days must be between 1-31.watersourceWatersource refers to the descriptive Data Category assigned to a water source such as a lake, river, guzzler etc.
FS Streams. All natural or artificial channels of flowing water. This code therefore includes colloquial names such as river, gully, stream, creek, wash, channel, ditch and canals.
SS Lakes. A natural or artificial standing (not flowing) body of water. This code therefore includes lakes, ponds, bays, estuaries, wetlands, and impoundments.
UN Unclassified Water body. This code is used to represent water bodies that have not been classified.
PS Springs Seeps and wells. An issue of water flowing from the earth onto the land or into a body of surface water. There is no distinction made between man made/enhanced and those which are natural therefore includes guzzler. Also includes standpipes and hydrants or any other point source of water.
Attributes provide information about the fire water source - when it was established, accuracy of the location, amount of water available, types of fire equipment that can use the water source.The full detail on the attributes can be found in the Instruction Memorandum (Instruction Memorandum No. OR-2000-046) that issued the data standard. A link to this memo can be found in the Identification section of this metadata report under ""Cross References"".Bureau of Land Management, Oregon State OfficeEric HiebenthalGIS Data Management Specialistmailing
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PortlandOR97208US503email@example.com:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.No warranty is made by the Bureau of Land Management as to the accuracy, reliability, or completeness of these data for individual use or aggregate use with other data.Contact distributor.Data are only available through the Oregon/Washington State office of the Bureau of Land Management.2013031520111006Bureau of Land Management, Oregon State OfficeStanley FrazierState Data Administratormailing
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PortlandOR97208US(503)808-6009(503)808-6419Stan_Frazier@or.blm.govFGDC Content Standard for Digital Geospatial MetadataFGDC-STD-001-1998local time