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Data Set Name Description Theme Metadata
Natural Heritage Community Occurrences - NYNHP
Revised: July 2013
Features represent occurrences of rare or high-quality natural communities (ecological communities), as recorded by the New York Natural Heritage Program. An occurrence is one natural community type at one location. Examples of community types include deep emergent marsh, red maple-hardwood swamp, dwarf shrub bog, hemlock-northern hardwood forest, and tidal creek.  Habitat
Miscellaneous
Watersheds/Water Supply
Wetlands
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Significant Natural Community Occurrences - Northern New York - KML/KMZ Format

This is a KML/KMZ file that can be used with a free virtual globe program, like Google Earth or ESRI's ArcGIS Explorer.
Features represent element occurrences of significant natural communities (ecological communities), as recorded by the New York Natural Heritage Program. An element occurrence is one natural community type at one location. Examples of community types include deep emergent marsh, red maple-hardwood swamp, dwarf shrub bog, hemlock-northern hardwood forest, and tidal creek.
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Significant Natural Community Occurrences - Eastern NY - KML/KMZ Format

This is a KML/KMZ file that can be used with a free virtual globe program, like Google Earth or ESRI's ArcGIS Explorer.
Features represent element occurrences of significant natural communities (ecological communities), as recorded by the New York Natural Heritage Program. An element occurrence is one natural community type at one location. Examples of community types include deep emergent marsh, red maple-hardwood swamp, dwarf shrub bog, hemlock-northern hardwood forest, and tidal creek.
 KMZ


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Significant Natural Community Occurrences - Long Island & NYC - KML/KMZ Format

This is a KML/KMZ file that can be used with a free virtual globe program, like Google Earth or ESRI's ArcGIS Explorer.
Features represent element occurrences of significant natural communities (ecological communities), as recorded by the New York Natural Heritage Program. An element occurrence is one natural community type at one location. Examples of community types include deep emergent marsh, red maple-hardwood swamp, dwarf shrub bog, hemlock-northern hardwood forest, and tidal creek.
 KMZ


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Significant Natural Community Occurrences - Western & Central New York - KML/KMZ Format

This is a KML/KMZ file that can be used with a free virtual globe program, like Google Earth or ESRI's ArcGIS Explorer.
Features represent element occurrences of significant natural communities (ecological communities), as recorded by the New York Natural Heritage Program. An element occurrence is one natural community type at one location. Examples of community types include deep emergent marsh, red maple-hardwood swamp, dwarf shrub bog, hemlock-northern hardwood forest, and tidal creek.
 KMZ


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