Quantifying Undisturbed (Native) Lands in Western SD : September 2020 Updated County Maps: PDFs
This zip file contains the Western SD, September 2020, updated county maps in PDF file format.
File size: 9 MB
Total number of files in zip file: 6
Series Description (updated September 2020): This posting is a continuation of the methodologies and results previously described in this data series. By clicking on the links below the user will find access to fully completed and reviewed Potentially Undisturbed Land (PUDL) data and preliminary data for certain western SD counties.
The Submissions from 2019 series includes complete and reviewed maps and data files posted in September 2019 for: Zeibach, Dewey, Stanley, Corson, and Gregory Counties. This data includes full access to the shapefiles, geodatabase, and county maps (pdfs and jpegs). This data has not been modified from previous postings.
The Submissions from 2020 series are new updates and include complete and reviewed maps and data files posted in September 2020 for: Tripp, Todd, and Bennett counties. This data includes full access to the shapefiles, geodatabase, and county maps (pdfs and jpegs). This heading also includes links to preliminary (non-reviewed) county level data posted in September 2020 for: Haakon, Jones, Lyman, Mellette, and Oglala Lakota counties. These counties are awaiting final technical review. Finally, this heading includes initially mapped portions of Pennington, Jackson, and Fall River Counties. Note: These data are only ‘preliminarily’ mapped, and have not been through the final review process. While likely very accurate, the application of these data for decision making should be used with caution. However, we wanted to provide the most complete update possible. Look for additional updates as we move to complete the initial mapping phase of this project over the next several months. Please contact the authors via email with questions
For northwest SD counties of Harding, Perkins, Butte, Meade, and portions of Lawrence see the “NW South Dakota” link on previous page. This data includes full access to the shapefiles, geodatabase, and county maps (pdfs and jpegs).