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Layer: Substrate (ID: 22)

Parent Layer: Environmental

Name: Substrate

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Description: Data was compiled by many sources over years ranging from 1968-present. The majority of sources are published journal articles with maps that were heads-up digitized. The shoreline material was extended from the shoreline to the nearshore areas (0 - 30 m of depth). The shoreline material information is from the the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (2012) and the shoreline classification from Environment Canada Environmental Sensitivity Atlas (1990s). The Euclidean Allocation Tool, part of the Spatial Analyst Extension, was used to extend the shoreline material line feature class values into the nearshore and missing data areas. Data accessed through GLAHF,

Copyright Text: Powers and Robertson (1968), that essentially corroborated two earlier surveys by Hough (1935) and Ayers and Hough (1963-64), was used. 8) Bertrand, G., J. Lang, J. Ross. 1976. The Green Bay Watershed Past/Present/Future. Technical Report No. 229, University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Program, Madison, WI. 300 p. Moore, J.R. and R.P. Meyer. 1969. Progress report on the geological-geophysical survey of Green Bay, 1968. Technical Report No. 1, Universityof Wisconsin Sea grant Program, Madison, WI. 16 p.; the Great Lakes Aquatic Habitat Framework (GLAHF) project

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