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Appalchian LCC Boundary and Resource Maps

Descriptive maps of resources or land-use within the Appalachian LCC area.
AppLCC Boundary

AppLCC Boundary

The extent of the Appalachian LCC area.

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App LCC States Map

App LCC States Map

Depicts 15 states within the Appalachian LCC Boundary

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App LCC Crop Biomass

App LCC Crop Biomass

Depicts estimate of Crop Biomass from 2008 by county.

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App LCC Forest Biomass

App LCC Forest Biomass

Depicts estimate of forest residual biomass from 2007 per county.

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App LCC Methane Biomass

App LCC Methane Biomass

Depicts estimate from manure methane (2002) for one year per county.

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App LCC Coal Fields

App LCC Coal Fields

Depicts coal fields, coal types, and likely accessibility.

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App LCC Ecoregions (EPA level III)

App LCC Ecoregions (EPA level III)

Depicts EPA level III ecoregions which are encompassed by LCC

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App LCC Landcover

App LCC Landcover

Depicts the landcover types from NLCD 2006 within the Appalachian LCC

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App LCC Public Lands

App LCC Public Lands

Depicts the public lands which fall within the App LCC boundary

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App LCC Natural Gas Shale Deposits

App LCC Natural Gas Shale Deposits

Depicts the Shale Plays within the App LCC boundary

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App LCC FWS Ecoregions

App LCC FWS Ecoregions

This depicts FWS Ecoregions based on Watersheds

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App LCC TNC Terrestrial Ecoregions

App LCC TNC Terrestrial Ecoregions

Depicts the Terrestrial Ecoregions produced by TNC; based on USFS subsection map (Keyes et al. 1995)

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App LCC Potential Karstic Carbonate Rocks

App LCC Potential Karstic Carbonate Rocks

Karst is a landscape produced by dissolution of rocks and the development of subterranean drainages dominated by the flow of ground water in enlarged conduits. Karst landscapes typically include cave entrances, sinkholes, losing streams, springs, and large and small-scale features on bedrock surfaces.

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