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Large Scale Photogrammetric Base Map Data, Upper Clark Fork Region, Montana

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Data Provider Montana State Library
Date 11/08/1984 - 06/15/1991
Content Type Offline Data
Abstract This is large-scale vector topographic map data for parts of the upper Clark Fork basin. The data cover a 2000-foot wide strip along the Clark Fork from Milltown to Warm Springs, the Deer Lodge Valley between Warm Springs and Gregson, the city of Anaconda, the floodplain of Silver Bow Creek between Gregson and Butte, and the city of Butte.The data were digitized using photgrammetric techniques by Horizons, Inc., from aerial photos taken between 1984 and 1991. There are two copies of the data. One copy is an ESRI file geodatabase partitioned into feature datasets according to the photography dates. This data includes the text annotation provided by Horizons. The other copy is in ESRI shapefile format and does not include the annotation.The data themes include buildings, roads, railroads, hydrography, contour lines, poles, fences, spot elvations, control points, boreholes, pipelines, trees, and wooded areas. The area covered by data from various dates is shown in the Topo_ClarkFork_1a.gif image and Photo_Index dataset that are included in the distribution.Because the data were collected over a period of years, there are some areas that were digitized multiple times. To create a primary dataset that does not contain multiple representations of the same objects, the overlapping areas were removed from some of the feature classes and saved into a secondary "overlap" data collection. These are in the folders or feature datasets whose names start with "X", "Y", and "Z".These data were formerly available from the Montana State Library web site but were removed because they are potentially out of date. Please contact the Federal Superfund Bureau of the Montana Department of Environmental Quality if you want these data so they may tell you if newer or better data are available. If the data are not available from the Department of Environmental Quality, you may request a copy from the Montana State Library data archive.
Purpose The data were created for the Atlantic Richfield Company to support the cleanup of Superfund sites in the upper Clark Fork area.
Supplemental Information The feature classes have the following names according to their data themes: building -- buildings and other structures contour -- 10- or 25-foot contours supcon -- 2- or 5- foot contours spot -- spot elevations control -- photogrammetry control points borehole -- boreholes culvert -- culverts fence -- fences, walls, and guardrails hydro_a -- drainage lines, shorelines, and water control structures hydro_p -- area covered by lakes, streams, wetlands, and water control structures pipeline -- pipelines pole -- utility poles and signposts railroad -- railroads road -- roads, bridges, parking lots, and trails tree -- individual tree locations woods -- wooded areas Milltown Reservoir was empty at the time the photos of the Milltown area were taken. The reservoir shoreline was digitized at the State Library from a 1:12,000 scale aerial photo taken in 1984. The shoreline location is approximate. The contour interval of the data varies in different areas. The contour interval is 2 feet in the Milltown Reservoir, Anaconda, Smelter Hill, and Butte areas, 5 feet along the Clark Fork and in the Deer Lodge Valley, and 10 feet in the areas of the Yankee Doodle Tailings pond and the ridges north and east of Butte.
The Montana State Library provides this product/service for informational purposes only. The Library did not produce it for, nor is it suitable for legal, engineering, or surveying purposes. Consumers of this information should review or consult the primary data and information sources to ascertain the viability of the information for their purposes. The Library provides these data in good faith but does not represent or warrant its accuracy, adequacy, or completeness. In no event shall the Library be liable for any incorrect results or analysis; any direct, indirect, special, or consequential damages to any party; or any lost profits arising out of or in connection with the use or the inability to use the data or the services provided. The Library makes these data and services available as a convenience to the public, and for no other purpose. The Library reserves the right to change or revise published data and/or services at any time.
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[Parent] GIS Layers for Clark Fork Superfund Sites, Montana, 1988-2000
[Sibling] Anaconda GPS control points, 1989
[Sibling] Anaconda Land Use, 1991
[Sibling] Anaconda Old Works Golf Course Preliminary Design by Jack Nicklaus, 1993
[Sibling] Anaconda Regional Water and Waste (ARWW) Operable Unit Areas of Concern, 1993
[Sibling] Anaconda Regional Water and Waste Operable Unit Arsenic Plumes and Areas of Exceedance, 1993
[Sibling] Anaconda Regional Water and Waste Operable Unit Cadmium Plumes, 1993
[Sibling] Anaconda Regional Water and Waste Operable Unit Sulfate Plumes and Areas of Exceedance, 1993
[Sibling] Anaconda Smelter Hill Disturbed Gullies, 1988
[Sibling] Anaconda Smelter Hill Drainage Ditches, 1988
[Sibling] Anaconda Smelter Hill Erosion Areas, 1988
[Sibling] Anaconda Smelter Hill Geology, 1993
[Sibling] Anaconda Smelter Hill Gulches, 1988
[Sibling] Anaconda Smelter Hill Sub-Basin Drainage, 1988
[Sibling] Anaconda Smelter Hill Vegetation Types, 1988
[Sibling] Anaconda Upland Soils Study Regions, 1992
[Sibling] ARCO Silver Bow Creek Demonstration Projects, 1994
[Sibling] Berkeley Pit contours below 5000 feet, 1982
[Sibling] Berkeley Pit Profile With Water Level Projections, 1991
[Sibling] Butte 1980 Census Geography
[Sibling] Butte 1980 Census Group Population Data
[Sibling] Butte 1980 Census Tract Boundaries
[Sibling] Butte Abandoned Mine Bureau (DSL) sites, 1989
[Sibling] Butte Active Mine Area features, 1992
[Sibling] Butte area faults and veins, 1968
[Sibling] Butte Contaminant Source Areas, 1990
[Sibling] Butte Facilities and Source Areas, 1992
[Sibling] Butte GPS control points, 1989
[Sibling] Butte Groundwater Elevation Isolines, 1993
[Sibling] Butte Historic Mine Shafts, 1987
[Sibling] Butte Land Parcels Owned by the Atlantic Richfield Company (ARCO), 1990
[Sibling] Butte Landuse, 1987
[Sibling] Butte Mill, Smelter, and Concentrator Sites, 1987
[Sibling] Butte Mine Flooding Operable Unit Study Area, 1993
[Sibling] Butte Open Pit Mines, 1980
[Sibling] Butte Ore Concentrate Spill Site, 1990
[Sibling] Butte Potential Waste Repository Sites from Morrison-Knudson, 1990
[Sibling] Butte Priority Soils Boundaries, 1992
[Sibling] Butte reclaimed areas, Morrison/Knudsen version, 1991
[Sibling] Butte Schools and Play Areas, 1987
[Sibling] Butte Storm Sewer Drainage Basins, 1990
[Sibling] Butte Storm Sewers, 1991
[Sibling] Butte Superfund Lower Area 1, 1991
[Sibling] Butte Surface Geology, 1968
[Sibling] Butte tailings and mill wastes, 1955
[Sibling] Butte, Montana, 1986 Ownership of Former Atlantic Richfield Company (ARCO) Properties
[Sibling] City of Anaconda built-up area, 1988
[Sibling] Clark Fork Historic Irrigation, 1950s and 1983
[Sibling] Clark Fork Irrigation, 1987
[Sibling] Clark Fork River 100-year floodplain, 1988
[Sibling] Clark Fork Superfund Operable Units, 1993
[Sibling] Clark Fork Tailings, Warm Springs-Drummond, GPS Data from Canonie, 1993
[Sibling] Drainage basin of Grove Gulch Creek, Butte, 1990
[Sibling] Index to Upper Clark Fork 1:24,000 scale Digital Line Graph Base Map data, 1989
[Sibling] Large Scale Photogrammetric Base Map Data, Upper Clark Fork Region, Montana
[Sibling] Milltown Reservoir Area Wetlands and Uplands, 1990
[Sibling] Milltown Reservoir Wetland and Deepwater Habitats, 1990
[Sibling] Montana Pole Superfund Site Boundary - Butte, 1992
[Sibling] Montana Pole Superfund Site Contamination, 1992
[Sibling] Old Works East Anaconda Development Area Operable Unit, 1993
[Sibling] Proposed Butte Mine Flooding Operable Unit, 1993
[Sibling] Reclaimed areas around Anaconda Ponds, 1992
[Sibling] Reclaimed Areas Around Opportunity Ponds, 1992
[Sibling] Reclaimed Areas, Butte, 1990
[Sibling] Rocker 100-year Floodplain Elevation Transects, 1987
[Sibling] Rocker Superfund Operable Unit Boundary, 1992
[Sibling] Silver Bow Creek 100-year floodplain, Canonie, 1993
[Sibling] Silver Bow Creek 100-year floodplain, CH2M-Hill, 1988
[Sibling] Silver Bow Creek Estimated Tailings Saturation, 1994
[Sibling] Silver Bow Creek Groundwater Elevation Isolines, 1993
[Sibling] Silver Bow Creek land use, 1993
[Sibling] Silver Bow Creek Modified Railroads, 1991
[Sibling] Silver Bow Creek Ownership Parcels, 1993
[Sibling] Silver Bow Creek Potential Tailings Relocation Areas and Haul Roads, 1995
[Sibling] Silver Bow Creek Tailings Thickness Isolines, 1993
[Sibling] Streamside Tailings, Clark Fork River, 1987
[Sibling] Streamside Tailings, Deer Lodge - Butte, 1986
[Sibling] Surface Drainage area of the Berkeley Pit, Butte, 1982
[Sibling] Underground Drainage area of Berkeley Pit, Butte, 1982
[Sibling] Upper Clark Fork 100-foot contours, 1996
[Sibling] Upper Clark Fork Boundaries from U.S.G.S. 1:24,000 scale quadrangles, 1989
[Sibling] Upper Clark Fork Boundary Monuments from 1:24,000 scale USGS quadrangles, 1989
[Sibling] Upper Clark Fork Classified Landsat Image, 1987
[Sibling] Upper Clark Fork exposed tailings from UofM field survey, 1995
[Sibling] Upper Clark Fork Hydrography Arcs from 1:24,000 scale U.S.G.S. quadrangles, 1989
[Sibling] Upper Clark Fork Hydrography Polygons from 1:24,000 scale U.S.G.S. quadrangles, 1989
[Sibling] Upper Clark Fork Map Labels and Revised Highways, 1996
[Sibling] Upper Clark Fork Misc. transportation from 1:24,000 scale U.S.G.S. quadrangles, 1989
[Sibling] Upper Clark Fork Public Land Survey Corners from 1:24,000 scale USGS quadrangles, 1989
[Sibling] Upper Clark Fork Public Land Survey Sections from 1:24,000 scale USGS quadrangles, 1989
[Sibling] Upper Clark Fork Railroads from 1:24,000 scale U.S.G.S. quadrangles, 1989
[Sibling] Upper Clark Fork River Land Ownership, 1994
[Sibling] Upper Clark Fork River Mile Locations, 1988
[Sibling] Upper Clark Fork Roads from 1:24,000 scale U.S.G.S quadrangles, 1989
[Sibling] Upper Clark Fork Stream Banks which have Lateral Cutting, 1996
[Sibling] Upper Clark Fork Stream Banks with Tailings horizons, 1995