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- API www.chattadata.org | Last Updated 2015-06-04T22:01:01.000Z
A list of address locations of Community Gardens was compiled by Gaining Ground in July 2011. Addresses were geocoded using 10.0 US Streets Geocode Service and checked for accuracy by staff at UTChattanooga ARCS and City of Chattanooga Office of Sustainability as part of a Chattanooga Green Map project in September 2011. The Chattanooga Green Map is an on-going educational product intended to inform the public on the growing number environmental and sustainability-related programs and amenities in and around Chattanooga, TN.
- API www.chattadata.org | Last Updated 2015-06-04T22:01:19.000Z
A list of address locations of golf courses was compiled. Addresses were geocoded using 10.0 US Streets Geocode Service and checked for accuracy by staff at UT Chattanooga ARCS. Geospatial data creation was completed 6/4/2012.
- API opendata.maryland.gov | Last Updated 2017-07-13T22:16:12.000Z
This is a MD iMAP hosted service. Find more information at http://imap.maryland.gov. Targeted Ecological Areas (TEAs) are lands and watersheds of high ecological value that have been identified as conservation priorities by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) for natural resource protection. These areas represent the most ecologically valuable areas in the State: they are the best of the best"". TEAs are preferred for conservation funding through Stateside Program Open Space. This version updates the 2008 TEA layer. The first step in updating TEAs was to create an ecological baseline composed of several ecological databases which included updates of original databases and additional databases developed since 2008.The first component is the updated Green Infrastructure Assessment (circa 2010) which identifies large - contiguous blocks (hubs) of significant forests and wetlands and their connecting corridors. The Green Infrastructure's hub and corridor network of habitat allows plant and animal migration - reduces forest fragmentation if protected - and provides important ecosystem services - such as biodiversity - cleaning air and water - storing nutrients - and protecting areas against storm and flood damage.The rare species and wildlife habitat component identifies areas that support Rare - Threatened - and Endangered Species - rare plant and animal communities - species of Greatest Conservation Need - and wildlife concentrations.The aquatic life hotspots component identifies watersheds supporting freshwater stream ecosystems where conservation is needed to protect and restore areas of high aquatic biodiversity - Tier II regulated streams - and brook trout streams.The water quality protection component identifies sensitive lands such as forests - wetlands - and steep slopes where preservation is important for water quality.The coastal ecosystems component identifies Blue Infrastructure shoreline and watershed protection priorities. These are areas important for sustaining coastal and tidal ecosystems and also identifies land areas important for sustaining spawning and nursery areas for important commercial and recreational fisheries.The climate change adaptation component identifies areas important for sustaining wetlands ecosystems that are changing and moving landward in response to sea level rise.From the ecological baseline - areas that ranked as most important for each of the components were merged to create the Targeted Ecological Areas. Lands that were developed - as identified by the Maryland Department of Planning (2010) were removed from the TEA layer since developed lands are not preferred for Stateside Program Open Space funding. Additionally - lands that are in the 0 foot to 2 foot inundation zone based on the 2011 SLAMM (Maryland Sea-Level Affecting Marshes Model) study performed for all 16 coastal counties and Baltimore City since these areas are not preferred for Stateside Program Open Space funding.Feature Service Link:http://geodata.md.gov/imap/rest/services/Environment/MD_FocalAreas/FeatureServer/1 ADDITIONAL LICENSE TERMS: The Spatial Data and the information therein (collectively the ""Data"") is provided "as is" without warranty of any kind either expressed implied or statutory. The user assumes the entire risk as to quality and performance of the Data. No guarantee of accuracy is granted nor is any responsibility for reliance thereon assumed. In no event shall the State of Maryland be liable for direct indirect incidental consequential or special damages of any kind. The State of Maryland does not accept liability for any damages or misrepresentation caused by inaccuracies in the Data or as a result to changes to the Data nor is there responsibility assumed to maintain the Data in any manner or form. The Data can be freely distributed as long as the metadata entry is not modified or deleted. Any data derived from the Data must acknowledge the State of Maryland in the m
- API data.wa.gov | Last Updated 2019-07-01T07:02:30.000Z
The DEL ECEAP Sites data set is comprised of ECEAP site information for active sites at the point in time the data is extracted. Below is a description of the data elements for the data set.
- API data.wa.gov | Last Updated 2019-07-01T07:03:26.000Z
The DEL Head Start Sites data set is comprised of Head Start site information for active sites at the point in time the data is extracted. Below is a description of the data elements for the data set.
- API www.chattadata.org | Last Updated 2015-06-04T22:01:07.000Z
A list of address locations of commercial, rooftop solar arrays was compiled by nonprofit organization, Green|Spaces, which provides green building consulting. Addresses were geocoded using 10.0 US Streets Geocode Service and checked for accuracy by staff at UTChattanooga ARCS and City of Chattanooga Office of Sustainability as part of a Chattanooga Green Map project in September 2011. The Chattanooga Green Map is an on-going educational product intended to inform the public on the growing number environmental and sustainability-related programs and amenities in and around Chattanooga, TN.
- API data.montgomerycountymd.gov | Last Updated 2016-09-07T17:36:03.000Z
- API bronx.lehman.cuny.edu | Last Updated 2016-08-29T02:45:00.000Z
all facilities and locations administered by the NYC Department of Parks and Recreation. This includes parks, baseball and other playing fields, gardens, beaches, and others. Please refer to SelFac_datainfo.pdf for facility type definition. Refer to types: 1511, 1512, 1513, 1514, 1515
- API www.thedatazone.ca | Last Updated 2018-12-12T15:24:26.000Z
Point locations of water access to the coastal, river & lake areas in Annapolis County. Attribute descriptions: THE_GEOM: Indicated type of feature OBJECTID: Auto generated ID number ADDRESS: Location of park NAME: Place to access water CATEGORY: Municipal category type FEATURENAM: Municipal feature name SOURCE: Where information was derived X_COORD: X coordinate for park Y_COORD: Y coordinate for park
- API data.austintexas.gov | Last Updated 2019-06-29T12:37:42.000Z
Bacteria data for past five years at the time of creating this view (will continue to add data as we update the portal). About 50% of Austin’s creeks exceed the TCEQ criteria for contact recreation at any given time, based on our historic E. coli data. Contact recreation is an activity that increases the chance of swallowing water, such as swimming or splashing. Note that this is not a standard that allows for the determination of safe or unsafe swimming, but rather a state-level indicator of long-term potential of fecal contamination. The higher the E. coli count, the more likely there is fecal contamination and the higher the risk there is for waterborne illness. Any natural body of water will have some amount of fecal matter due to fish and wildlife, and the fecal matter from warm-blooded animals such as birds, bats, dogs, deer and other mammals will include E.coli. There are risks for swimming in any natural water body, so best practices are strongly encouraged: • Avoid swimming after heavy rainfall. • Do not swim in water that looks discolored, murky, or smells unpleasant. • Make sure you can see submerged hazards • Look for posted warning signs and follow the advice on them. • Avoid swallowing water or putting your head under water if you are unsure about its quality. • Avoid swimming if you have an open wound or infection. When assessing this bacteria data for contact recreation please consider these codes: http://txrules.elaws.us/rule/title30_chapter307_sec.307.7 http://txrules.elaws.us/rule/title30_chapter307_sec.307.4