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Lapwai Creek Watershed Planning Project – Release 1.0
Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District

The data sets included in this release are described below. As data sets are processed and time and resources allow, additional releases will be published.

Lapwai Creek 300 ft Buffer

Data set is a 300 foot stream buffer along streams within the Lapwai Creek watershed near Lapwai, Idaho. Layer developed by Dash Dieringer and Lynn Rasmussen, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. September 2007.

Lapwai Creek 500 ft Buffer

Data set is a 500 foot stream buffer along streams within the Lapwai Creek watershed near Lapwai, Idaho. Layer developed by Dash Dieringer and Lynn Rasmussen, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. September 2007.

Hydric Soils

Data generated from USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service Soil survey, using the soil attribute for hydric rating. Hydric soils were selected and clipped to the boundary for the assessment units within the watershed. The data layer was developed by the Dash Dieringer and Lynn Rasmussen, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District, Culdesac, Idaho. August 2007. MUSYM = soil number as assigned in the Nez Perce /Lewis Soil Survey (USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service). There are 13 assessment units within the watershed. Data is organized by assessment unit boundary.

Hydric soils are formed under water saturation, flooding or ponding which occurs for a long enough period of a growing season to develop anaerobic conditions. The hydric soils rating was used for the watershed planning process to identify geographic areas with water saturation and potential wetlands.

Assessment Units

Lapwai Creek watershed assessment units developed for use in the watershed plan. 13 assessment units were defined by juvenile steelhead density and distribution breaks. Steelhead density data was collected by the Nez Perce Tribe. Assessment Unit shape delineation and geospatial processing was completed by Dash Dieringer and Lynn Rasmussen, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. Culdesac, Idaho. August 2007.

Roads

Lapwai Creek watershed roads spatial data are categorized by surface type: dirt, gravel, paved. Data was obtained from Nez Perce County and clipped to the watershed boundary. geospatial processing was completed by Nikki Lane and Lynn Rasmussen, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. Culdesac, Idaho. 2012

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Watershed Boundary Dataset; 12-Digit Watersheds Dissolved to 8-Digit Watersheds
U.S. Geological Survey

This dataset is the digital hydrologic unit boundary layer for the 8-digit subwatershed boundaries for the conterminous United States. This dataset is intended to be used with the following two tabular dBase files: https://water.usgs.gov/lookup/getspatial?ds573_tillage_lu92e and https://water.usgs.gov/lookup/getspatial?ds573_tillage_lu01. The two tabular datasets contain the Tillage Practices in the Conterminous United States, 1989-2004---Datasets Aggregated by Watershed. This dataset and the two tabular datasets can be linked using the common attribute HUC8_N. Information about how the tabular data and geospatial data can be related are given in the data series report: https://pubs.usgs.gov/ds/ds573/ .The original dataset is the 12-digit Subwatershed boundaries (WBD_archive_17nov2009_9.2_file). The 12-digit boundaries were dissolved to 8-digit boundaries to be used with the two tabular .dbase data files containing the tillage practice data for the United States. ORIGINAL METADATA: This data set is a complete digital hydrologic unit boundary layer to the Subwatershed (12-digit) 6th level for the entire United States. This data set consists of geo-referenced digital data and associated attributes created in accordance with the "Federal Guidelines, Requirements, and Procedures for the National Watershed Boundary Dataset; Chapter 3 of Section A, Federal Standards, Book 11, Collection and Delineation of Spatial Data; Techniques and Methods 11-A3" (04/01/2009). http://www.ncgc.nrcs.usda.gov/products/datasets/watershed/index.html . Polygons are attributed with hydrologic unit codes for 4th level sub-basins, 5th level watersheds, 6th level subwatersheds, name, size, downstream hydrologic unit, type of watershed, non-contributing areas and flow modification.

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Lindsay Creek Watershed Boundary
Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District

Lindsay Creek, a 14, 200 acre watershed is located in Nez Perce C ounty, Idaho and is a tributary to the Clearwater River. The GIS file is the watershed boundary line.

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Kootenai County Stream Hydrography
Kootenai County

This theme depicts stream and creek hydrography features in Kootenai County.

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Kootenai County Tax Code Areas
Kootenai County

This theme depicts Tax Code Area boundaries effective for the current year as of the date of publication, and including approved tax code area changes for documents received through the publication date of this document, or the date of the file set. Tax Code Areas are unique sets of tax levying districts that levy a tax on the assessed value of tax parcels within the county.

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LiDAR-derived Products for the Dry Creek Watershed, Idaho
Idaho LiDAR Consortium

Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) has emerged as a promising technology in many disciplines, including geology, forestry, and hydrology. Despite a growing body of LiDAR literature, gaps in information on issues related to acquisition and processing of LiDAR data still exist (Gatziolis and Andersen, 2008). In recent years, various efforts have been made, at state level and beyond, for web-based distribution of raw LiDAR data (e.g. OpenTopography, CLICK) as well as LiDAR-derived products (e.g. INSIDE Idaho). However, proper processing of raw data, and documenting the processing steps in a standard-compliant metadata are essential before LiDAR data and value-added products can be made available to the public domain through data portals. This data provides a demonstration of a LiDAR workflow for NSF Idaho EPSCoR project Water Resources in a Changing Climate. This is collection level metadata for LAS files collected by University of Idaho, College of Natural Resource, Moscow, ID as a part of a larger project to use LiDAR for studying eco-hydrology and snow modelling. The lidar survey was conducted by vendor Watershed Sciences, Corvallis, OR. Leica ALS50 Phase II lidar instrument was flown in a Cessna Caravan 208B aircraft over the period of November 10-18, 2007. The data was delivered in LAS 1.1 format with information on return number, easting, northing, elevation, scan angle, and intensity for each return.

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