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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

Oregon / Washington

GIS Metadata


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  <idinfo>
    <citation>
      <citeinfo>
        <origin>Bureau of Land Management</origin>
        <pubdate>20140418</pubdate>
        <title>BLM OR Monitoring &amp; Sample Point</title>
        <geoform>vector digital data</geoform>
        <onlink>http://www.blm.gov/or/gis/data.php</onlink>
      </citeinfo>
    </citation>
    <descript>
      <abstract>SAMPLE_PT: This dataset represents monitoring and sample locations (points). Monitoring is a generic term describing various kinds of assessments that the BLM makes on public land natural resources and/or management actions undertaken. The SAMPLE_PT dataset represents places where a measurement of some type has occurred. Examples of measurement types are: vegetation transects or plots, soil pit descriptions, and observations/photos of resource use or impact. For full documentation see SAMPLE POINTS SPATIAL DATA STANDARD. http://www.blm.gov/or/efoia/fy2012/im/p/im-or-2012-051.pdf</abstract>
      <purpose>SAMPLE_PT is BLM corporate data to be collected and maintained in support of Land Use Management.</purpose>
      <supplinf>This dataset is used to depict sample points on maps. For any particular area or resource, the dataset shows all types of monitoring and sampling that has occurred. In addition, for any particular type of sampling, the dataset lists all the sample locations with basic information about type and methodology, along with the date the sample point was established and last date it was visited. The dataset does not provide the actual, measured values because the source material is continually updated.</supplinf>
    </descript>
    <timeperd>
      <timeinfo>
        <sngdate>
          <caldate>20140418</caldate>
        </sngdate>
      </timeinfo>
      <current>publication date</current>
    </timeperd>
    <status>
      <progress>Complete</progress>
      <update>As needed</update>
    </status>
    <spdom>
      <bounding>
        <westbc>-124.099880</westbc>
        <eastbc>-115.400000</eastbc>
        <northbc>46.476145</northbc>
        <southbc>41.600000</southbc>
      </bounding>
    </spdom>
    <keywords>
      <theme>
        <themekt>None</themekt>
        <themekey>Sample Points</themekey>
        <themekey>Vegetation</themekey>
        <themekey>Monitoring</themekey>
        <themekey>environment</themekey>
        <themekey>Monitoring Points</themekey>
        <themekey>Samples</themekey>
        <themekey>biota</themekey>
      </theme>
      <theme>
        <themekt>BLM-Theme</themekt>
        <themekey>Vegetation</themekey>
      </theme>
      <theme>
        <themekt>ISO 19115 Topic Categories</themekt>
        <themekey>biota</themekey>
        <themekey>environment</themekey>
      </theme>
      <place>
        <placekt>BLM-State</placekt>
        <placekey>Oregon</placekey>
        <placekey>Washington</placekey>
      </place>
    </keywords>
    <accconst>PUBLIC DATA: None, these data are considered public domain.</accconst>
    <useconst>These data are provided by Bureau of Land Management (BLM) &#x201C;as is&#x201D; and may contain errors or omissions. The User assumes the entire risk associated with its use of these data and bears all responsibility in determining whether these data are fit for the User&#x2019;s intended use. The information contained in these data is dynamic and may change over time. The data are not better than the original sources from which they were derived, and both scale and accuracy may vary across the data set. These data may not have the accuracy, resolution, completeness, timeliness, or other characteristics appropriate for applications that potential users of the data may contemplate. The User is encouraged to carefully consider the content of the metadata file associated with these data. These data are neither legal documents nor land surveys, and must not be used as such. Official records may be referenced at most BLM offices. Please report any errors in the data to the BLM office from which it was obtained. The BLM should be cited as the data source in any products derived from these data. Any Users wishing to modify the data should describe the types of modifications they have performed. The User should not misrepresent the data, nor imply that changes made were approved or endorsed by BLM. This data may be updated by the BLM without notification.</useconst>
    <ptcontac>
      <cntinfo>
        <cntorgp>
          <cntorg>Bureau of Land Management</cntorg>
          <cntper>Robert Hopper</cntper>
        </cntorgp>
        <cntpos>Rangeland Management Specialist</cntpos>
        <cntaddr>
          <addrtype>mailing</addrtype>
          <address>2965 P.O. Box</address>
          <city>Portland</city>
          <state>OR</state>
          <postal>97208</postal>
          <country>US</country>
        </cntaddr>
        <cntvoice>(503) 808-6118</cntvoice>
        <cntfax>(503) 808-6334</cntfax>
        <cntemail>rhopper@blm.gov</cntemail>
      </cntinfo>
    </ptcontac>
    <native>Microsoft Windows XP Version 5.1 (Build 2600) Service Pack 2; ESRI ArcCatalog 9.2.2.1350</native>
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  <dataqual>
    <attracc>
      <attraccr>Required attributes have an accuracy of at least ninety percent. Sample points require a high level of positional accuracy (generally within 50 feet) in order to be useful for intended purposes. A sample point represents the location of specific measurement of a particular resource at a point in time. The resource being measured may not even exist in a different (even if nearby) location. It may be critical that a point is located on one side or the other of a stream or road. There may be many sample points close together and different Global Positioning System (GPS) locations obtained with every visit. Accurate location is critical to being able to distinguish points that are supposed to be different from points that are supposed to be in the same location</attraccr>
    </attracc>
    <complete>Data is updated annually, after field season or as needed. Also, it is archived annually, at the end of the fiscal year.</complete>
    <lineage>
      <procstep>
        <procdesc>Most monitoring and sampling points are input from GPS coordinates or using Digital Raster Graphic (DRG) or Digital Orthoquad (DOQ) backdrops for heads-up digitizing. Some are digitized from paper maps. The source of the coordinates is captured in the attribute COORD_SRC. The data does not provide the actual, measured values because there is an increasing number of measurements over a range of dates.</procdesc>
        <procdate>unknown</procdate>
        <proccont>
          <cntinfo>
            <cntorgp>
              <cntorg>Bureau of Land Management</cntorg>
              <cntper>Pam Keller</cntper>
            </cntorgp>
            <cntpos>GIS Specialist</cntpos>
            <cntaddr>
              <addrtype>mailing and physical</addrtype>
              <address>28910 Hwy 20 West</address>
              <city>Hines</city>
              <state>OR</state>
              <postal>97738-9424</postal>
              <country>US</country>
            </cntaddr>
            <cntvoice>(541) 573-4486</cntvoice>
            <cntfax>(541) 573-4411</cntfax>
            <cntemail>pkeller@blm.gov</cntemail>
          </cntinfo>
        </proccont>
      </procstep>
      <procstep>
        <procdesc>New domain values added. "Utilization Cage" in SAMPLE_METH and "Range Utilization" in SAMPLE_TYPE</procdesc>
        <procdate>20130529</procdate>
        <proccont>
          <cntinfo>
            <cntorgp>
              <cntorg>GIS Specialist</cntorg>
              <cntper>Steve Salas</cntper>
            </cntorgp>
            <cntpos>BLM</cntpos>
            <cntaddr>
              <addrtype>mailing</addrtype>
              <address>P.O. Box 2965</address>
              <city>Portland</city>
              <state>OR</state>
              <postal>97208</postal>
              <country>US</country>
            </cntaddr>
            <cntvoice>503-808-6416</cntvoice>
            <cntemail>ssalas@blm.gov</cntemail>
          </cntinfo>
        </proccont>
      </procstep>
    </lineage>
  </dataqual>
  <spdoinfo>
    <direct>Vector</direct>
    <ptvctinf>
      <sdtsterm>
        <sdtstype>Entity point</sdtstype>
        <ptvctcnt>29096</ptvctcnt>
      </sdtsterm>
    </ptvctinf>
  </spdoinfo>
  <spref>
    <horizsys>
      <geograph>
        <latres>8.98315284119521e-009</latres>
        <longres>8.98315284119521e-009</longres>
        <geogunit>Decimal Degrees</geogunit>
      </geograph>
      <geodetic>
        <horizdn>D North American 1983</horizdn>
        <ellips>GRS 1980</ellips>
        <semiaxis>6378137.0</semiaxis>
        <denflat>298.257222101</denflat>
      </geodetic>
    </horizsys>
  </spref>
  <eainfo>
    <detailed>
      <enttyp>
        <enttypl>OSODBA.SAMPLE_PT</enttypl>
        <enttypd>Attributes &amp; domains for Sample Points Theme</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>Shape</attrlabl>
        <attrdef>Feature geometry.</attrdef>
        <attrdefs>ESRI</attrdefs>
        <attrdomv>
          <udom>Coordinates defining the features.</udom>
        </attrdomv>
      </attr>
      <attr>
        <attrlabl>SAMPLE_ID</attrlabl>
        <attrdef>Unique identifier for each sample point for the particular type of sampling indicated in SAMPLE_TYPE. Serves as the link to an external table (if any) with detailed measurement information by date (a one-to-many relationship). Districts are encouraged to develop standard naming schemes.</attrdef>
        <attrdefs>BLM</attrdefs>
      </attr>
      <attr>
        <attrlabl>SAMPLE_GRP</attrlabl>
        <attrdef>A sample grouping identifier, if needed.</attrdef>
        <attrdefs>BLM</attrdefs>
      </attr>
      <attr>
        <attrlabl>SAMPLE_TYPE</attrlabl>
        <attrdef>The purpose for taking the sample at this location.</attrdef>
        <attrdefs>BLM</attrdefs>
        <attrdomv>
          <edom>
            <edomv>ACEC </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>ACEC - RNA monitoring  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Aspen</edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Aspen - Stand monitoring  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Contract</edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Contract - Monitoring of a contract or permit  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Erosion	 </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Erosion - Monitoring  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Fish</edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Fish</edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Greenline</edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Greenline - Riparian Measurement  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>HMA</edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>HMA - Wild horse use or count  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Juniper</edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Juniper - Measurement  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Mineral </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Potential Mineral Potential - Test wells or drill sites  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>NRI </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>NRI - National Resources Inventory Plot  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Other</edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Other</edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Range Trend </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Range Trend - Monitoring  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Range Utilization </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Range Utilization - Measurement  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Recreation Use </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Recreation Use - Monitoring  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Riparian</edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Riparian - Monitoring  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Riparian Utilization </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Riparian Utilization </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Road/Trail </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Road/Trail - Documentation  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Sensitive Birds </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Sensitive Birds - Monitoring  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Sensitive Plants 	</edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Sensitive Plants - Monitoring  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Shade</edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Shade - Measurement  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Soil </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Soil - Description  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Soil Crust </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Soil Crust - Monitoring  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Stand Exam </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Stand Exam </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Stand Exam</edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Stand Exam-EcoSurvey </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Study Plot </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Study Plot - Research  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Treatment</edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Treatment - Effectiveness or implementation monitoring  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Unknown </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Unknown </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Vegetation</edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Vegetation - Plant Community  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Water Contaminants </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Water Contaminants - Measurement  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Water Temperature </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Water Temperature - Measurement  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Wilderness Use </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Wilderness Use - Monitoring  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Wildlife Utilization </edomv>
            <edomvd>Wildlife Utilization - Measurement  </edomvd>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
          </edom>
        </attrdomv>
      </attr>
      <attr>
        <attrlabl>SAMPLE_METH</attrlabl>
        <attrdef>The method or standard protocol used to conduct the sampling activity at this point. The method is dependent on the SAMPLE_TYPE.</attrdef>
        <attrdefs>BLM</attrdefs>
        <attrdomv>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Belt Transect </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Belt Transect - For vegetation  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Circle Plot </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Circle Plot - For vegetation  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Cole Browse </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Cole Browse </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Counter </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Counter - Traffic counter  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>ESI Veg Plot </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>ESI Veg Plot - Ecological Site Inventory  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Fred Hall 2002 </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Fred Hall 2002 - Photo method  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Hanna Multisensor Probe </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Hanna Multisensor Probe </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Herbaceous Utilization </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Herbaceous Utilization </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>HOBO Temp Probe </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>HOBO Temp Probe </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Line Point-Intercept </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Line Point-Intercept </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Line Transect </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Line Transect - For vegetation or surface  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Nested Frequency </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Nested Frequency - For vegetation  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>NRCS 232 </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>NRCS 232 - Soil description  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>NRCS NRI </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>NRCS NRI - National Resoruces Inventory  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Ocular Count </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Ocular Count - Visual estimate  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Ocular Cover </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Ocular Cover - Vegetation cover estimate  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Other </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Other </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Pace 180 </edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Pace 180 - For vegetation  </edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Photo</edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Photo</edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Trapping</edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Trapping</edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Unknown</edomv>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
            <edomvd>Unknown</edomvd>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Utilization Cage</edomv>
            <edomvd>Utilization Cage </edomvd>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Winward 2000 </edomv>
            <edomvd>Winward 2000 - Greenline method  </edomvd>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>Woody Utilization </edomv>
            <edomvd>Woody Utilization </edomvd>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
          </edom>
        </attrdomv>
      </attr>
      <attr>
        <attrlabl>LASTVISIT_DT</attrlabl>
        <attrdef>The last date that a sample was taken or measured at this point.</attrdef>
        <attrdefs>BLM</attrdefs>
      </attr>
      <attr>
        <attrlabl>DIRECTION</attrlabl>
        <attrdef>Direction of the sampling activity, if applicable. For example, the direction the camera is pointed or of a transect line. Expressed as one or two character compass cardinal direction points (eight choices, starting at N).</attrdef>
        <attrdefs>BLM</attrdefs>
      </attr>
      <attr>
        <attrlabl>LENGTH_FT</attrlabl>
        <attrdef>Length of the sampling activity, if applicable. The sample point is taken as the starting point. Combined with DIRECTION, a line can be created if needed.</attrdef>
        <attrdefs>BLM</attrdefs>
      </attr>
      <attr>
        <attrlabl>ELEVATION_FT</attrlabl>
        <attrdef>The height of the ground above mean sea level.</attrdef>
        <attrdefs>BLM</attrdefs>
      </attr>
      <attr>
        <attrlabl>ESTABLISH_DT</attrlabl>
        <attrdef>The date the monitoring or sampling point was established in the field.</attrdef>
        <attrdefs>BLM</attrdefs>
      </attr>
      <attr>
        <attrlabl>RATING1</attrlabl>
        <attrdef>For monitoring and sampling activities that have only one or two ratings or measurements and a related table or database is not needed. This attribute holds the last recorded rating or measurement only.RATING1, 2, and 3 all refer to the same measurement date. The RATING2 is only used if there is a second measure besides what is recorded in RATING1 and RATING3 is only used if there is a third measure besides what is in RATING1 and 2. cceptable values depend on SAMPLE_TYPE and SAMPLE_METH and are established by the program. They might be qualitative such as &#x201C;Good&#x201D; or &#x201C;Stable&#x201D; or a number. </attrdef>
        <attrdefs>BLM</attrdefs>
      </attr>
      <attr>
        <attrlabl>RATING2</attrlabl>
        <attrdef>For monitoring and sampling activities that have only one or two ratings or measurements and a related table or database is not needed. This attribute holds the last recorded rating or measurement only. RATING1, 2, and 3 all refer to the same measurement date. The RATING2 is only used if there is a second measure besides what is recorded in RATING1 and RATING3 is only used if there is a third measure besides what is in RATING1 and 2. Acceptable values depend on SAMPLE_TYPE and SAMPLE_METH and are established by the program. They might be qualitative such as &#x201C;Good&#x201D; or &#x201C;Stable&#x201D; or a number.</attrdef>
        <attrdefs>BLM</attrdefs>
      </attr>
      <attr>
        <attrlabl>RATING3</attrlabl>
        <attrdef>For monitoring and sampling activities that have only one or two ratings or measurements and a related table or database is not needed. This attribute holds the last recorded rating or measurement only. RATING1, 2, and 3 all refer to the same measurement date. The RATING2 is only used if there is a second measure besides what is recorded in RATING1 and RATING3 is only used if there is a third measure besides what is in RATING1 and 2. Acceptable values depend on SAMPLE_TYPE and SAMPLE_METH and are established by the program. They might be qualitative such as &#x201C;Good&#x201D; or &#x201C;Stable&#x201D; or a number.</attrdef>
        <attrdefs>BLM</attrdefs>
      </attr>
      <attr>
        <attrlabl>OTHERNAME</attrlabl>
        <attrdef>It is not uncommon for the same monitoring or sampling point to have more than one name because of changes in staff and databases. Knowing the other names is sometimes critical to determining if the sample location is indeed the same or different than another named location. One or more historical names can be placed in this field.</attrdef>
        <attrdefs>BLM</attrdefs>
      </attr>
      <attr>
        <attrlabl>FILEPATH</attrlabl>
        <attrdef>Computer storage location for a photo file (e.g., jpg), Word document, spreadsheet or other associated document. The value in this field serves as a hyperlink to that location and the file it opens. Could also be a directory or dataset that opens for further browsing (where multiple files are being referenced).</attrdef>
        <attrdefs>BLM</attrdefs>
      </attr>
      <attr>
        <attrlabl>TRT_PROJ_NM</attrlabl>
        <attrdef>The name of the associated treatment or project that is being monitored, measured or otherwise sampled.</attrdef>
        <attrdefs>BLM</attrdefs>
      </attr>
      <attr>
        <attrlabl>COORD_SRC</attrlabl>
        <attrdef>The actual source of the GIS coordinates for the points.</attrdef>
        <attrdefs>BLM</attrdefs>
        <attrdomv>
          <edom>
            <edomv>CFF</edomv>
            <edomvd>Lines duplicated or buffered from Cartographic Feature Files (USFS)</edomvd>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>DEM</edomv>
            <edomvd>Digital Elevation Model (30 m or better accuracy) used for creation of contours</edomvd>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>DIS</edomv>
            <edomvd>Lines generated to connect discontinuous features</edomvd>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>DLG</edomv>
            <edomvd>Lines duplicated or buffered from (24K scale accuracy) USGS Digital Line Graphs</edomvd>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>DOQ</edomv>
            <edomvd>Screen digitized linework over Digital Orthoquad backdrop</edomvd>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>DRG</edomv>
            <edomvd>Screen digitized linework over Digital Raster Graphic backdrop</edomvd>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>GCD</edomv>
            <edomvd>Lines snapped to Geographic Coordinate Database Points</edomvd>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>GPS</edomv>
            <edomvd>Lines obtained from a Global Positioning System device</edomvd>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>IMG</edomv>
            <edomvd>Linework derived from interpretation of satellite or other non-photographic imagery</edomvd>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>MAP</edomv>
            <edomvd>Digitized linework from hardcopy map</edomvd>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>MTP</edomv>
            <edomvd>Lines duplicated from Digital Master Title Plat</edomvd>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>SOURCEL</edomv>
            <edomvd>Source Layer from BLM GIS</edomvd>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>SRV</edomv>
            <edomvd>Survey methods were used to create the linework (e.g., COGO)</edomvd>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>TIGER</edomv>
            <edomvd>Tiger Data</edomvd>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>TRS</edomv>
            <edomvd>Coordinates only given as a legal description (township, range, section)</edomvd>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>UNK</edomv>
            <edomvd>Unknown coordinate source</edomvd>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>WOD</edomv>
            <edomvd>WODDB Photogrammetric</edomvd>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
          </edom>
          <edom>
            <edomv>CADNSDI</edomv>
            <edomvd>CADNSDI is the cadastral national spatial data infrastructure publication data set for rectangular and non-rectangular public land survey system (PLSS) data. CADNSDI - Coordinates from or snapped to the CADNSDI dataset</edomvd>
            <edomvds>BLM</edomvds>
          </edom>
        </attrdomv>
      </attr>
      <attr>
        <attrlabl>ACCURACY_FT</attrlabl>
        <attrdef>How close, in feet, the spatial GIS depiction is to the actual location on the ground. There are several factors to consider in GIS error: scale and accuracy of map-based sources, accuracy of GPS equipment, and the skill level of the data manipulators. A value of &#x201C;0&#x201D; indicates no entry was made. This is the correct value when the COORD_SRC is another GIS theme (Digital Line Graphs (DLG), Geographic Coordinate Database (GCD), and Digital Elevation Model (DEM)) because the accuracy is determined by that theme. However, if COORD_SRC is MAP (digitized from a paper map) or GPS, a value of &#x201C;0&#x201D; indicates a missing value that should be filled in either with a non-zero number or &#x201C;-1.&#x201D; A value of &#x201C;-1&#x201D; indicates that the accuracy is unknown and no reliable estimate can be made.</attrdef>
        <attrdefs>BLM</attrdefs>
      </attr>
      <attr>
        <attrlabl>COMMENTS</attrlabl>
        <attrdef>Free text for comments about the sample point.</attrdef>
        <attrdefs>BLM</attrdefs>
      </attr>
      <attr>
        <attrlabl>GLOBALID</attrlabl>
        <attrdef>Automatically generated ID no.</attrdef>
        <attrdefs>ESRI</attrdefs>
      </attr>
      <attr>
        <attrlabl>Classifier</attrlabl>
        <attrdef>Name (mixed case, first and last) of the subject matter specialist most knowledgeable about the sample point (contact).</attrdef>
        <attrdefs>BLM</attrdefs>
      </attr>
    </detailed>
  </eainfo>
  <distinfo>
    <distrib>
      <cntinfo>
        <cntorgp>
          <cntorg>Bureau of Land Management</cntorg>
          <cntper>Eric Hiebenthal</cntper>
        </cntorgp>
        <cntpos>GIS Data Management Specialist</cntpos>
        <cntaddr>
          <addrtype>mailing</addrtype>
          <address>P.O Box 2965</address>
          <city>Portland</city>
          <state>OR</state>
          <postal>97208</postal>
          <country>US</country>
        </cntaddr>
        <cntvoice>503-808-6340</cntvoice>
        <cntfax>503-808-6419</cntfax>
        <cntemail>ehiebent@blm.gov</cntemail>
        <cntinst>contact instructions</cntinst>
      </cntinfo>
    </distrib>
    <distliab>The BLM assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions. No warranty is made by the BLM as to the accuracy, reliability, or completeness of these data for individual use or aggregate use with other data; nor shall the act of distribution to contractors, partners, or beyond, constitute any such warranty for individual or aggregate data use with other data. Although these data have been processed successfully on computers of BLM, no warranty, expressed or implied, is made by BLM regarding the use of these data on any other system, or for general or scientific purposes, nor does the fact of distribution constitute or imply any such warranty. In no event shall the BLM have any liability whatsoever for payment of any consequential, incidental, indirect, special, or tort damages of any kind, including, but not limited to, any loss of profits arising out of the use or reliance on the geographic data or arising out of the delivery, installation, operation, or support by BLM.</distliab>
    <stdorder>
      <fees>Contact distributor.</fees>
      <ordering>Data are only available through the Oregon/Washington State office of the Bureau of Land Management.</ordering>
    </stdorder>
  </distinfo>
  <metainfo>
    <metd>20130326</metd>
    <metrd>20130530</metrd>
    <metc>
      <cntinfo>
        <cntorgp>
          <cntorg>Bureau of Land Management, Oregon State Office</cntorg>
          <cntper>Roger Mills</cntper>
        </cntorgp>
        <cntpos>GIS Specialist</cntpos>
        <cntaddr>
          <addrtype>mailing</addrtype>
          <address>P.O. Box 2965</address>
          <city>Portland</city>
          <state>OR</state>
          <postal>97208</postal>
          <country>US</country>
        </cntaddr>
        <cntvoice>(503) 808-6340</cntvoice>
        <cnttdd>tdd/tty phone</cnttdd>
        <cntfax>(503) 808-6419</cntfax>
        <cntemail>r2mills@blm.gov</cntemail>
        <hours>8:00-4:00</hours>
        <cntinst>None</cntinst>
      </cntinfo>
    </metc>
    <metstdn>FGDC Content Standard for Digital Geospatial Metadata</metstdn>
    <metstdv>FGDC-STD-001-1998</metstdv>
    <mettc>local time</mettc>
  </metainfo>
</metadata>