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DNR Watersheds - DNR Level 08 - All Catchments

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Originator Minnesota DNR - Division of Waters - Watershed Delineation Project
Abstract These data consists of over 10,000 polygon delineations in one seamless dataset of drainage area delineations called Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Catchments. The DNR Catchment dataset extends into adjacent states where water flows into Minnesota and or where DNR Catchment delineations extend across the state boundary.

Minnesota DNR Catchments are the smallest delineated and digitized drainage area mapped by the Minnesota DNR Watershed Delineation Project. The overall goal of this mapping effort is to produce the best drainage area delineations available that reflect the current hydrology of the landscape as interpreted from as many data sources necessary to derive acceptable watershed delineations. Minnesota DNR Catchments are delineated from the perspective of hydrologists who refrained from allowing cartography to drive the delineation linework. This was accomplished by excluding political boundaries and cartographic esthetics during the delineation procedure, focusing instead, on landscape hydrology.

Minnesota DNR Catchments contain all of the land area(s), including noncontributing inclusions, and all water features upstream from, or between DNR Pour Points. Therefore, Minnesota DNR Catchments are not scale dependent. There is no size limit as to how large or small the delineation may be, an individual DNR Catchment in the dataset may represent the drainage area of a 1-acre prairie wetland or a 100-acre recreational lake.

For a more detailed background on this data, follow this link to the DNR Watershed Project: History, Methodology, Terminology, Attributes 2009 document (PDF). This document may take a few moments to load for viewing.

Use Tips GENERAL
- As the lowest Hydrologic Unit Level of the DNR watershed hierarchal system and the foundation of all other Minnesota DNR watershed datasets, these DNR Catchment delineations coupled with GIS tools are applicable to projects from small to large scales.
- The DNR Catchment delineations share coincident boundaries that aggregate together to define Minnesota DNR Basin Watersheds, Minnesota DNR Minor Watersheds and Minnesota DNR Major Watersheds.
- DNR Catchments with upstream contributing DNR Catchments should not be used alone or independently for hydrological analysis.
- Minnesota DNR Catchments with upstream contributing Minnesota DNR Catchments should not be used alone or independently for hydrological analysis.
- Users of this data can use the DNR Upstream . Downstream Watershed Tool to identify proper watershed connectivity. Most importantly, users of the data and tools can identify upstream contributing DNR Catchments to collectively form upstream contributing areas of interest. These delineations serve as the basis for hydrology modeling efforts.

CLIPPING & INTERSECTING:
- It is recommended that users/distributors of this data not clip or intersect the DNR Catchment dataset with political boundaries if the resulting product are intended to be used for any type of watershed assessment, hydraulic design or GIS hydrologic analysis. Clipping and intersecting DNR Catchments alters the hydrologic representation of the landscape these delineations were intended to represent. A suggested alternative would be to identify and create a subset of all DNR Catchments internal to the political boundary of interest and all of the DNR Catchments contributing to the political boundary.

LAKE WATERSHEDS:
- Minnesota DNR Catchments aggregate to define DNR Basin (lake) Watersheds.
- Individual DNR Catchments are not DNR Basin (lake) watersheds unless the DNR Catchment is DNR Headwaters Catchment.
- DNR Catchments with a item value in the DOWLKNUM field represent DNR Lake Catchments (DNR Direct Contributing Areas) from which DNR Basin Watersheds are derived.

Browse Graphic View a sample of the data.
Time Period of Content Date 1998 ? Present.
Currentness Reference Data have been tested for completeness and attribute coding correctness. Data vary widely as to their currentness.

Initial work on this dataset began in July 1998 and continued through July 2008. Additional catchment delineations, updates and general data maintenance continue on a regular basis. Theses manually derived, human interpreted, watershed delineations were created from a sophisticated methodology that incorporated information from as many as 30 different datasets, sources of information and field review. Primary datasets that had the most influence on catchment delineations were 1991 ? 1-meter ground resolution USGS digital orthophoto quadrangle (DOQ) photography, 2003-2004 ? 1-meter ground resolution FSA DOQ series photography, Minnesota DNR hydrologically corrected DEMs and 1:24,000 scale USGS Digital Raster Graphics (DRGs).

The principle basemap for watershed arc delineation alignment is the 24 K DRGs. DRGs are a scanned version of the USGS 1:24,000-scale, 7.5 minute topographic quadrangle maps. Topographic feature content of the original USGS quadrangle maps were interpreted by using stereophotographs from the National Aerial Photography Program. Like the 7.5 minute topographic quadrangle maps, DRGs are a static cartographic representation of the landscape locked in time when the off-site topographic interpretation was made. In fact, a large portion of Minnesota is covered by 1:24,000-scale, 7.5-minute topographic quadrangle maps that are 30 years old and older. Select Topo-Maps have been updated as part of the USGS Revision Program for 7.5-Minute Topographic Maps. Due to the high cost of production, contours are not usually revised under the revision program.

To overcome the deficiencies of the DRG contours, the delineation methodology utilizes as many as 30 other sources of data and information during the delineation procedure to improve the discrepancies of the DRGs. As a result, a review of Minnesota DNR Catchment data, as compared exclusively to DRGs, may appear to conflict with the cartographic topography illustrated by the contours.

Access Constraints Data are unrestricted with regards to access.
Use Constraints USE AGREEMENT:
- Use of the data are constrained by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources General Geographic Data License Agreement agreed to at the time of data download from the Minnesota DNR Data Deli distribution portal.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS:
- As defined in the DNR License Agreement, users of this data must credit the Originator on published maps and analysis.
- The user shall include the Minnesota DNR source data Title (name).
- The user shall include the Minnesota DNR source data Publication Date.
- For example, Source: DNR Watersheds - DNR Level 08 - All Catchments, Originator: Minnesota DNR - Division of Waters - Watershed Delineation Project, Publication Date: 4/7/2009).

USE CONSTRAINT COMMENTS:
- See Cartographic Lineage, Logical Consistency, Positional Accuracy, and Currentness Reference for further discussion of data capture.
- The DNR Catchment dataset is specific to the state of Minnesota and is not part of the NRCS Watershed Boundary Dataset (WBD).
- As a whole, DNR Catchment delineations do not represent DNR Lake Watersheds. Individual DNR Catchments are not lake watersheds (lakesheds) unless the DNR Catchment is a DNR Headwaters Catchment.

Distributor Organization Minnesota DNR - Division of Waters
Ordering Instructions See Online Linkage or Distribution Contact
Online Linkage http://deli.dnr.state.mn.us


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DNR Watersheds - DNR Level 08 - All Catchments

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Section 1 Identification Information   Top of page
Originator Minnesota DNR - Division of Waters - Watershed Delineation Project
Title DNR Watersheds - DNR Level 08 - All Catchments
Abstract These data consists of over 10,000 polygon delineations in one seamless dataset of drainage area delineations called Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Catchments. The DNR Catchment dataset extends into adjacent states where water flows into Minnesota and or where DNR Catchment delineations extend across the state boundary.

Minnesota DNR Catchments are the smallest delineated and digitized drainage area mapped by the Minnesota DNR Watershed Delineation Project. The overall goal of this mapping effort is to produce the best drainage area delineations available that reflect the current hydrology of the landscape as interpreted from as many data sources necessary to derive acceptable watershed delineations. Minnesota DNR Catchments are delineated from the perspective of hydrologists who refrained from allowing cartography to drive the delineation linework. This was accomplished by excluding political boundaries and cartographic esthetics during the delineation procedure, focusing instead, on landscape hydrology.

Minnesota DNR Catchments contain all of the land area(s), including noncontributing inclusions, and all water features upstream from, or between DNR Pour Points. Therefore, Minnesota DNR Catchments are not scale dependent. There is no size limit as to how large or small the delineation may be, an individual DNR Catchment in the dataset may represent the drainage area of a 1-acre prairie wetland or a 100-acre recreational lake.

For a more detailed background on this data, follow this link to the DNR Watershed Project: History, Methodology, Terminology, Attributes 2009 document (PDF). This document may take a few moments to load for viewing.

Use Tips GENERAL
- As the lowest Hydrologic Unit Level of the DNR watershed hierarchal system and the foundation of all other Minnesota DNR watershed datasets, these DNR Catchment delineations coupled with GIS tools are applicable to projects from small to large scales.
- The DNR Catchment delineations share coincident boundaries that aggregate together to define Minnesota DNR Basin Watersheds, Minnesota DNR Minor Watersheds and Minnesota DNR Major Watersheds.
- DNR Catchments with upstream contributing DNR Catchments should not be used alone or independently for hydrological analysis.
- Minnesota DNR Catchments with upstream contributing Minnesota DNR Catchments should not be used alone or independently for hydrological analysis.
- Users of this data can use the DNR Upstream . Downstream Watershed Tool to identify proper watershed connectivity. Most importantly, users of the data and tools can identify upstream contributing DNR Catchments to collectively form upstream contributing areas of interest. These delineations serve as the basis for hydrology modeling efforts.

CLIPPING & INTERSECTING:
- It is recommended that users/distributors of this data not clip or intersect the DNR Catchment dataset with political boundaries if the resulting product are intended to be used for any type of watershed assessment, hydraulic design or GIS hydrologic analysis. Clipping and intersecting DNR Catchments alters the hydrologic representation of the landscape these delineations were intended to represent. A suggested alternative would be to identify and create a subset of all DNR Catchments internal to the political boundary of interest and all of the DNR Catchments contributing to the political boundary.

LAKE WATERSHEDS:
- Minnesota DNR Catchments aggregate to define DNR Basin (lake) Watersheds.
- Individual DNR Catchments are not DNR Basin (lake) watersheds unless the DNR Catchment is DNR Headwaters Catchment.
- DNR Catchments with a item value in the DOWLKNUM field represent DNR Lake Catchments (DNR Direct Contributing Areas) from which DNR Basin Watersheds are derived.

Purpose Developed using GIS technology and modern delineation techniques to create a base-watershed dataset, these new DNR Catchment delineations will facilitate projects related to hydrology and hydraulic design, watershed assessment, water quality and clarity, fish and wildlife management, planning activities, and GIS analysis. Used alone or as a system of upstream ? downstream drainage areas, Minnesota DNR Catchments define the elementary drainage ?building blocks? used to create watersheds and hydrologic units of varying sizes from site-specific and localized projects to regional studies associated with small scale map information.

The upstream ? downstream relationship of the DNR Catchment polygons is maintained in the dataset attributes. For example, Minnesota DNR Catchments with upstream contributing catchments aggregate upwards within a DNR watershed hierarchal classification system to define hydrologic units of larger sizes. In particular, Minnesota DNR Catchments share coincident boundaries that combine to define Minnesota DNR Basin Watersheds, Minnesota DNR Minor Watersheds and Minnesota DNR Major Watersheds. Minnesota DNR Catchments can also be combined to define Minnesota DNR Level 01-HUC 1 through Minnesota DNR Level 12-HUC 12 watersheds. The Minnesota DNR Catchment dataset is the maintenance version of watershed delineations in Minnesota.

Time Period of Content Date 1998 ? Present.
Currentness Reference Data have been tested for completeness and attribute coding correctness. Data vary widely as to their currentness.

Initial work on this dataset began in July 1998 and continued through July 2008. Additional catchment delineations, updates and general data maintenance continue on a regular basis. Theses manually derived, human interpreted, watershed delineations were created from a sophisticated methodology that incorporated information from as many as 30 different datasets, sources of information and field review. Primary datasets that had the most influence on catchment delineations were 1991 ? 1-meter ground resolution USGS digital orthophoto quadrangle (DOQ) photography, 2003-2004 ? 1-meter ground resolution FSA DOQ series photography, Minnesota DNR hydrologically corrected DEMs and 1:24,000 scale USGS Digital Raster Graphics (DRGs).

The principle basemap for watershed arc delineation alignment is the 24 K DRGs. DRGs are a scanned version of the USGS 1:24,000-scale, 7.5 minute topographic quadrangle maps. Topographic feature content of the original USGS quadrangle maps were interpreted by using stereophotographs from the National Aerial Photography Program. Like the 7.5 minute topographic quadrangle maps, DRGs are a static cartographic representation of the landscape locked in time when the off-site topographic interpretation was made. In fact, a large portion of Minnesota is covered by 1:24,000-scale, 7.5-minute topographic quadrangle maps that are 30 years old and older. Select Topo-Maps have been updated as part of the USGS Revision Program for 7.5-Minute Topographic Maps. Due to the high cost of production, contours are not usually revised under the revision program.

To overcome the deficiencies of the DRG contours, the delineation methodology utilizes as many as 30 other sources of data and information during the delineation procedure to improve the discrepancies of the DRGs. As a result, a review of Minnesota DNR Catchment data, as compared exclusively to DRGs, may appear to conflict with the cartographic topography illustrated by the contours.

Progress In Work
Maintenance and Update Frequency Quarterly
Spatial Extent of Data Statewide with catchments extending into adjacent states where water contributes to catchments within the Minnesota state boundary.
Bounding Coordinates -98
-89.4
49.5
43.1
Place Keywords Minnesota
Theme Keywords Water, watershed, drainage area, contributing area, hydrologic unit, hydrologic unit level, level 08, HUC, catchment, direct contributing area, sub-watershed, major watershed, minor watershed, basin watershed, lake watershed, hydrology, hydrography, watershed ratio
Theme Keyword Thesaurus None
Access Constraints Data are unrestricted with regards to access.
Use Constraints USE AGREEMENT:
- Use of the data are constrained by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources General Geographic Data License Agreement agreed to at the time of data download from the Minnesota DNR Data Deli distribution portal.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS:
- As defined in the DNR License Agreement, users of this data must credit the Originator on published maps and analysis.
- The user shall include the Minnesota DNR source data Title (name).
- The user shall include the Minnesota DNR source data Publication Date.
- For example, Source: DNR Watersheds - DNR Level 08 - All Catchments, Originator: Minnesota DNR - Division of Waters - Watershed Delineation Project, Publication Date: 4/7/2009).

USE CONSTRAINT COMMENTS:
- See Cartographic Lineage, Logical Consistency, Positional Accuracy, and Currentness Reference for further discussion of data capture.
- The DNR Catchment dataset is specific to the state of Minnesota and is not part of the NRCS Watershed Boundary Dataset (WBD).
- As a whole, DNR Catchment delineations do not represent DNR Lake Watersheds. Individual DNR Catchments are not lake watersheds (lakesheds) unless the DNR Catchment is a DNR Headwaters Catchment.

Contact Person Information Sean Vaughn, GIS Hydrologist
Minnesota DNR - Division of Waters
800 Oak Savanna Lane SW
Cambridge, MN 55088
Phone: 763-689-7106
FAX: 763-689-7120
E-mail:
Browse Graphic View a sample of the data.
Browse Graphic File Description
Associated Data Sets

 
Section 2 Data Quality Information Top of full metadata Top of page
Attribute Accuracy
Logical Consistency Catchment data were digitized heads-up in ArcView 3.3 as polyline shapefiles. These data were then incorporated into Arc/INFO 7.0.3 for data scrubbing and attribute assembly. An initial ARC CLEAN was run on the data with a fuzzy tolerance of 0.1. Lines were intersected and then built into polygons. In 2008, the data was migrated into ArcGIS 9.3 where all DNR Catchment polygons were assembled into a statewide-seamless watershed dataset using ArcGIS 9.3 ArcGIS File Geodatabase topology rules and editing tools. These DNR Catchment data are topologically correct, all polygons are closed and lines intersect where intended.
Completeness These data are published for April 2009.

The 1998 Minnesota Legislature mandated DNR Waters to develop a new watershed delineation methodology that delineates lake watersheds for all lakes that have a surface area of 100 acres or larger. This project, called the DNR Lake Watershed Delineation Project, defined 9,667 DNR Catchments from July 1998 to July 2008. Additional work continues on a regular basis. These data includes over 4,000 individual DNR Basin Catchments for lakes with a surface area of 100 acres or larger that will aggregate with other upstream contributing catchments to define the actual total basin watershed referred to as DNR Basin Watersheds.

Horizontal Positional Accuracy Source layer wshd_lev08py3: No quantitative studies of horizontal positional accuracy exist for the data. Although positional accuracy of watershed delineations can be arbitrary, accuracy of these data can be reasonably estimated based on the characteristics of all source materials and processing techniques to be 100 feet (30 meters) from correct position.
Vertical Positional Accuracy Source layer wshd_lev08py3: No quantitative studies of vertical positional accuracy exist for the data.
Lineage Attribute Lineage for source table WSHD_LEV08PY3.DBF: Source data: wshd_lev08py3
Source Scale Denominator Source layer wshd_lev08py3: 24000
 
Section 3 Spatial Data Organization Information Top of full metadata Top of page
Native Data Set Environment ArcGIS File Geodatabase
Geographic Reference for Tabular Data DNR Catchment Polygons
Spatial Object Type vector
Vendor Specific Object Types polygon
Tiling Scheme state
 
Section 4 Spatial Reference Information Top of full metadata Top of page
Horizontal Coordinate Scheme UTM
Ellipsoid GRS1980
Horizontal Datum NAD83
Horizontal Units meters
Distance Resolution Source layer wshd_lev08py3: No quantitative studies of horizontal positional accuracy exist for the data. Although positional accuracy of watershed delineations can be arbitrary, accuracy of these data can be reasonably estimated based on the characteristics of all source materials and processing techniques to be 100 feet (30 meters) from correct position.
Altitude Datum Not Applicable
Altitude Units Not Applicable
Depth Datum Not Applicable
Depth Units Not Applicable
Cell Width
Cell Height
Latitude Resolution
Longitude Resolution
UTM Zone Number 15
SPCS Zone Identifier
County Coordinate Zone Identifier
Coordinate Offsets or Adjustments Not Applicable
Map Projection Name Transverse Mercator
Map Projection Parameters Not Applicable
Other Coordinate System's Definition Not Applicable
 
Section 5 Entity and Attribute Information Top of full metadata Top of page
Entity and Attribute Overview Data Elements for Attribute Table WSHD_LEV08PY3.DBF:

DOWGAGEID: DNR Gage Ids. Values = Gage IDs.

NID_ID: National Inventory Dam Ids.

MAJOR: Minnesota DNR Major Watershed ID numbers. 1-5, 7-44, 46-63, 65-84.

Note: Majors 6, 45, and 64 do not exist.

MINOR5: Minnesota DNR Minor Watershed ID number. The first charactors of this field are the the DNR Major Watershed ID number.

CATCH_ID: Primary ID field. DNR Catchment IDs, same as HPOI_ID except it is a string.

DOWLKNUM: Minnesota DNR Division of Waters unique lake and wetland identification number for basins of Public Waters.

HYDROID: DNR CATCH_ID plus two digits. Created for Arc Hydro integration.

LAKE_AC: Recorded lake acres from Protected Waters dataset.

DOWN_CAT: DNR Catchment(CATCH_IDs) of adjacent downstream receiving DNR Catchments.

NEXTDOWNID: HYDROID of adjacent downstream receiving DNR Catchments. Created for Arc Hydro Integration.

UP_COUNT: Total number of adjacent upstream contributing DNR Catchments.

UPADJ_CAT: List of adjacent upstream contributing DNR Catchments.

CATCH_AC: This field contains the spatial extent of individual DNR Catchment polygons in ACRES as represented by each record.

TOT_SHED_A: Total Acres of all upstream contributing DNR Catchment polygon(s) to this individual polygon as represented by this record.

NCONTRB_A: Not Available

CONTRIB_A: Not Available

PW_AC: Total of all acres of DNR Protected Waters contained within the DNR Catchment represented by this record.

NWI_AC: Total of all acres of NWI polygons contained within the DNR Catchment represented by this record.

DCA_RATIO: DNR DCA/Catchment to Lake area ratio.

TOT_RATIO: Standard watershed to lake basin ratio.

LK_RATIO: DNR Basin Watershed minus all PW polygon areas to lake basin ratio.

STO_RATIO: DNR Total Watershed storage to lake ratio.

CONTB_RAT: Not Available.

HUC_2: DNR Hydrologic Unit Level 1, 2 digit Administrative Watershed.

HUC_4: DNR Hydrologic Unit Level 2, 4 digit Administrative Watershed.

HUC_6: DNR Hydrologic Unit Level 3, 6 digit Administrative Watershed.

HUC_8: DNR Hydrologic Unit Level 4, 8 digit Administrative Watershed.

HUC_10: DNR Hydrologic Unit Level 5, 10 digit Administrative Watershed.

HUC_12: DNR Hydrologic Unit Level 6, 12 digit Administrative Watershed.

STATES: Includes the names of all state(s) that the DNR Catchment falls within.

HU_10_DS: 10-digit code of the 5th level hydrologic unit that is receiving the majority of the flow from the watershed that the 6th level HU falls within.

HU_10_NAME: A unique name for each 5th level hydrologic unit that relates to the major water feature within the polygon or the major water body it contributes to.

HU_10_MOD: Identifies modifications that modify natural overland that alters the location of the HU boundary for a 10-digit subwatershed.

HU_10_TYPE: This field identifies the type of watershed.

HU_12_DS: 12-digit code of the 5th level hydrologic unit that is receiving the majority of the flow from the watershed that the 6th level HU falls within. Outlets created by ditching or other artificial drainage were not considered for this field.

HU_12_NAME: A unique name for each 6th level hydrologic unit that relates to the major water feature within the polygon or the major water body it contributes to.

HU_12_MOD: Identifies modifications that modify natural overland that alters the location of the HU boundary for a 12-digit subwatershed.

HU_12_TYPE: This field identifies the type of watershed.

HU_10_GNIS: GNIS Feature Identification Numbers for each feature in the 5th level hydrologic unit name separated by a space.

HU_12_GNIS: GNIS Feature Identification Numbers for each feature in the 6th level hydrologic unit name separated by a space.

HPOI_CLASS: Combination of digits representing types of HPOIs.

1 - Basin (DNR Lakes & Wetlands)
2 - Sub-basin (bay)
3 - Dam
4 - Gage
5 - Minnesota DNR Minor Watershed
6 - Minnesota DNR Major Watershed
7 - Frontal Watersheds (Lake Superior)
8 - Tailings Basin (Ore mining)
9 - Semi-permanent HPOI (Fisheries survey locations, Water Quality monitoring site etc.)

Possible values, not limited to: 1, 3, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15, 16, 34, 35, 45, 99, 134, 135, 136, 345, 1345, 1346 etc.

E.g 135 = DNR Basin (1) and Dam (3) and DNR Minor Watershed Outlet (5).

HPOI_ID: DNR Hydrologic Points Of Interest Ids.

This unique identification number is derived by adding two trailing digits to the DNR MINOR5 ID.

Same as CATCH_ID, except it this field is an integer. This is a ley field for Joins. This field ties the unique ID to the DNR Pour Points.

Entity and Attribute Detailed Citation
 
Section 6 Distribution Information Top of full metadata Top of page
Publisher Minnesota DNR - Division of Waters
Publication Date 2009-04-07 00:00:00.0
Contact Person Information Sean Vaughn
GIS Hydrologist
Minnesota DNR - Division of Waters
800 Oak Savanna Lane SW
Cambridge, MN 55088
Phone: 763-689-7106
FAX: 763-689-7120
E-mail:
Distributor's Data Set Identifier wshd_lev08py3
Distribution Liability By accepting this data, the user agrees not to transmit this data or provide access to it or any part of it to another party unless the user shall include with the data a copy of this disclaimer:
- The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources makes no representation or warranties, express or implied, with respect to the reuse of data provided herewith, regardless of its format or the means of its transmission. There is no guarantee or representation to the user as to the accuracy, currency, suitability, or reliability of this data for any purpose. The user accepts the data 'as is', and assumes all risks associated with its use. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources assumes no responsibility for actual or consequential damage incurred as a result of any user's reliance on this data.

Second Party Distribution Metadata
- The user/distributor shall credit the Originator.
- The user/distributor shall include the Minnesota DNR source data Title (name).
- The user/distributor shall include the Minnesota DNR source data Publication Date.
- The user/distributor shall include the Minnesota DNR source data Cartographic Lineage.

Transfer Format Name ArcView Shapefile
Transfer Format Version Number 1.0
Transfer Size 55166
Ordering Instructions See Online Linkage or Distribution Contact
Online Linkage http://deli.dnr.state.mn.us
 
Section 7 Metadata Reference Information Top of full metadata Top of page
Metadata Date 2009-04-10 13:36:27.0
Contact Person Information Sean Vaughn, GIS Hydrologist
Minnesota DNR - Division of Waters
800 Oak Savanna Lane SW
Cambridge, MN 55088
Phone: 763-689-7106
FAX: 763-689-7120
E-mail:
Metadata Standard Name Minnesota Geographic Metadata Guidelines
Metadata Standard Version 1.2
Metadata Standard Online Linkage http://www.gis.state.mn.us/stds/metadata.htm



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