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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

Oregon / Washington

GIS Metadata


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<metadata>
  <idinfo>
    <accconst>None</accconst>
    <useconst>None</useconst>
  </idinfo>
  <eainfo>
    <detailed>
      <enttyp>
        <enttypl>3.75-minute Quad Polygons</enttypl>
        <enttypd>Polygons at intervals of 3.75 minutes of latitude and longitude</enttypd>
        <enttypds>BLM</enttypds>
      </enttyp>
      <attr>
        <attrlabl>objectid</attrlabl>
        <attrdef>Internal feature number.</attrdef>
        <attrdefs>ESRI</attrdefs>
        <attrdomv>
          <udom>Sequential unique whole numbers that are automatically generated.</udom>
        </attrdomv>
      </attr>
      <attr>
        <attrlabl>ohio</attrlabl>
        <attrdef>The USGS Ohio code for the 24k (7.5-minute) quad, with the row/column coding listed first.</attrdef>
        <attrdefs>BLM</attrdefs>
        <attrdomv>
          <udom>Ohio Code for the quad, with the row/column coding listed first; for example, A244117 (in which the 44 is the latitude, 117 the longitude of the southeast corner of a one degree by one degree block; 'A' refers to the first 7.5' row and '2' refers to the second 7.5' column, as measured from the southeast corner).</udom>
        </attrdomv>
      </attr>
      <attr>
        <attrlabl>qq</attrlabl>
        <attrdef>The cardinal directive portion of the 7.5 minute quad.</attrdef>
        <attrdefs>BLM</attrdefs>
        <attrdomv>
          <udom>The section of the 7.5 minute quad where the quad is broken in to four equal portions. A name up to 2 characters long. A value of one of four NE, NW, SE, SW.</udom>
        </attrdomv>
      </attr>
      <attr>
        <attrlabl>qqohio</attrlabl>
        <attrdef>The USGS Ohio code for the 24K (7.5 minute X 7.5 minute) quad, plus the quarter quad delineation (NE, NW, SE, SW)</attrdef>
        <attrdefs>BLM</attrdefs>
        <attrdomv>
          <udom>Quarter quad code is comprised of the Ohio code and the Quarter section. Ohio Code for the quad, with the row/column coding listed first; for example, A244117NE (in which the 44 is the latitude, 117 the longitude of the southeast corner of a one degree by one degree block; 'A' refers to the first 7.5' row and '2' refers to the second 7.5' column, as measured from the southeast corner). The section of the 7.5 minute quad. Where the quad is broken in to four equal portions. A name up to 2 characters long. A value of one of four NE, NW, SE, SW.</udom>
        </attrdomv>
      </attr>
      <attr>
        <attrlabl>shape</attrlabl>
        <attrdef>Feature geometry.</attrdef>
        <attrdefs>ESRI</attrdefs>
        <attrdomv>
          <udom>Coordinates defining the features.</udom>
        </attrdomv>
      </attr>
      <attr>
        <attrlabl>SHAPE_Length</attrlabl>
        <attrdef>Length of feature in internal units.</attrdef>
        <attrdefs>ESRI</attrdefs>
        <attrdomv>
          <udom>Positive real numbers that are automatically generated.</udom>
        </attrdomv>
      </attr>
      <attr>
        <attrlabl>SHAPE_Area</attrlabl>
        <attrdef>Area of feature in internal units squared.</attrdef>
        <attrdefs>ESRI</attrdefs>
        <attrdomv>
          <udom>Positive real numbers that are automatically generated.</udom>
        </attrdomv>
      </attr>
    </detailed>
    <overview>
      <eaover>There are three attributes and descriptions, for the most part two attributes that are part of one, the Ohio code of a quad and the Quarter section of the quad. The attributes Ohio code and Quarter quad are portions of the QQOHIO code attribute. The format of the quad code is translated from the format typically provided by USGS. Translation is required for use in many database programs (e.g. Informix, Oracle) because often, when dealing with a character field, the database program will not accept a numeral in the first space.</eaover>
    </overview>
  </eainfo>
  <metainfo>
    <metd>20090820</metd>
    <metstdn>FGDC Content Standard for Digital Geospatial Metadata</metstdn>
    <metstdv>FGDC-STD-001-1998</metstdv>
    <mettc>local time</mettc>
  </metainfo>
</metadata>