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BCCZO -- Land Cover -- Green Lakes Valley -- (2008-2008)


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Abstract

Green Lakes Valley is about 2.3233 km2, with an average elevation of 3745m. GLV consists of two distinct basins, separated by a 90m glaciated valley-step. The upper basin is mostly alpine tundra environment, with 29% covered by vegetated soils. It has mostly steep rock walls and talus slopes and permanent snowfields. The lower GLV has less exposed bedrock, fewer talus slopes, more extensive soil and vegetation cover.

This land classification of the Green Lakes Valley site is created from the 2008 Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) Denver Regional Aerial Photography Project (DRAPP) Ortho imagery.

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Resource Level Coverage

Spatial

Coordinate System/Geographic Projection:
WGS 84 EPSG:4326
Coordinate Units:
Decimal degrees
Place/Area Name:
Green Lakes Valley, Green Lakes Valley
North Latitude
40.0788°
East Longitude
-105.6010°
South Latitude
40.0303°
West Longitude
-105.6593°

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BCCZO -- Land Cover -- Green Lakes Valley -- (2008)


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Description/Abstract

Green Lakes Valley is about 2.3233 km2, with an average elevation of 3745m. GLV consists of two distinct basins, separated by a 90m glaciated valley-step. The upper basin is mostly alpine tundra environment, with 29% covered by vegetated soils. It has mostly steep rock walls and talus slopes and permanent snowfields. The lower GLV has less exposed bedrock, fewer talus slopes, more extensive soil and vegetation cover.

This land classification of the Green Lakes Valley site is created from the 2008 Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) Denver Regional Aerial Photography Project (DRAPP) Ortho imagery.

Creator/Author

Eric Parrish

CZOs

Boulder

Contact

Eric.Parrish@colorado.edu

Subtitle

Land classification at Green Lakes Valley




SUBJECTS

Disciplines

Biology / Ecology

Topics

Land Cover

Keywords

land use|land classification|Green Lakes Valley

Variables

land use

Variables ODM2

land classification




TEMPORAL

Date Start

2008-01-01

Date End

2008-12-31




SPATIAL

Field Areas

Green Lakes Valley

Location

Green Lakes Valley

North latitude

40.078788237187524

South latitude

40.03027004914625

West longitude

-105.65934599527559

East longitude

-105.60103958000809

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CZO ID

2461



Additional Metadata

Name Value
czos Boulder
czo_id 2461
keywords land use, land classification, Green Lakes Valley
subtitle Land classification at Green Lakes Valley
variables land use
disciplines Biology / Ecology

How to Cite

Parrish, E. (2019). BCCZO -- Land Cover -- Green Lakes Valley -- (2008-2008), HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/71470ee608ef438488d1c9c7d122157d

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