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General GIS Data Other NGS topographic maps
Description - National Geographic TOPO! maps are seamless, scanned images of USGS paper topographic maps at 1:24,000-scale and made available through ESRI's ArcGIS Services Directory.

This download contains a KMZ (compressed KML) file of NGS topographic maps representing a portion of the southeastern United States (Georgia, Florida, and South Carolina) for use in Google Earth.
(contributed by John Carpenter, 2008)
Compressed KML file
    NLCD 2001
Description - A 30m resolution subset of the 2001 National Land Cover Dataset (NLCD) in vector polygon format representing the GCE-LTER domain. The Zip archive contains an ESRI shapefile and associated metadata. A Google Earth KML (XML) file is available for download separately.

This is a larger file and may take some time to load in Google Earth.
(contributed by John Carpenter, 2008)
KML file
      Zip archive
  Sapelo Geography Sapelo Island roads (GIS feature data set)
Description - This dataset shows the roads on Sapelo Island. The Zip archive contains both an ESRI shapefile and a Google Earth KML (XML) file.
(contributed by Kris Meehan, 2007)
Zip archive
Imagery Aerial Photography NAPP aerial photography
Description - The National Aerial Photography Program (NAPP) provides a standardized set of cloud-free aerial photographs covering the conterminous U.S. over five-to-seven year cycles. The photographs were acquired from an altitude of 20,000 feet and are available in black & white (B/W) or color infrared (CIR), depending on location and date. Each photo is centered on one-quarter section of a 7.5-minute USGS quadrangle, and covers approximately a 5.5 x 5.5 mile area.

This is a KMZ (compressed KML) file containing NAPP imagery of the GCE domain from 1988 (CIR), 1993 (B&W), and 1999 (CIR) for use in Google Earth.
(contributed by John Carpenter, 2008)
Compressed KML file
GCE Site Information Boundaries Georgia Coastal Ecosystems LTER domain.
Description - Generalized polygon representing the GCE-LTER domain. The Zip archive contains an ESRI shapefile and associated metadata. A KML file for use in Google Earth and jpeg image are also available for download.
(contributed by John Carpenter, 2009)
Jpeg image
      KML file
      Zip archive
    Bounding polygons for GCE study sites 1-10, Marsh Landing, UGAMI and Kenan Field (GIS feature data set).
Description - Dataset showing the approximate areas of each study site (GCE1-GCE10, Marsh Landing, UGAMI and Kenan Field). These boundaries are descriptive and may change in the future. The Zip archive contains an ESRI shapefile and associated metadata. A KML version for use in Google Earth and jpeg image are also available separately.
(contributed by John Carpenter, 2009)
Jpeg image
      KML file
      Zip archive
  Monitoring Locations Locations of GCE fixed monitoring sites
Description - Point locations of fixed monitoring sites for all CTD (conductivity, temperature, and depth), hydrographic datalogger deployments, streamflow gauging stations, water quality sampling stations, NADP atmospheric deposition stations, meteorological station deployments, and acoustic doppler current profiler deployments associated with the GCE-LTER domain. This zip archive contains an ESRI shapefile and associated metadata. A KML file for use with Google Earth and jpeg image are also available separately.
(contributed by John Carpenter, 2009)
Jpeg image
      KML file
      Zip archive
    CTD Transects
Description - Transects used for quarterly hydropgraphic monitoring surveys within the GCE-LTER domain. This zip archive contains an ESRI shapefile and associated metadata. A KML file for use in Google Earth and jpeg image are also available for download separately.
(contributed by John Carpenter, 2009)
Jpeg image
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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under grants OCE-9982133, OCE-0620959 and OCE-1237140. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in the material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.