USGS GAP Alaska 2001

USGS/GAP/AK/2001
Dataset Availability
2001-01-01T00:00:00 - 2002-01-01T00:00:00
Dataset Provider
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Description

The GAP/LANDFIRE National Terrestrial Ecosystems data represents a detailed vegetation and land cover classification for the Conterminous U.S., Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico.GAP/LF 2011 Ecosystems for the Conterminous U.S. is an update of the National Gap Analysis Program Land Cover Data - Version 2.2. Alaska ecosystems have been updated by LANDFIRE to 2012 conditions (LANDFIRE 2012). Hawaii and Puerto Rico data represent the 2001 time-frame (Gon et al. 2006, Gould et al. 2008). The classification scheme used for the Alaska and the lower 48 states is based on NatureServe’s Ecological System Classification (Comer et al. 2003), while Puerto Rico and Hawaii’s map legend are based on island specific classification systems (Gon et al. 2006, Gould et al. 2008).

Bands

Resolution
30 meters

Bands

Name Min Max Description
landcover 1 143

Landcover class descriptions

landcover Class Table

Value Color Description
1 Alaskan Pacific Maritime Periglacial Woodland and Shrubland
2 Alaskan Pacific Maritime Sitka Spruce Beach Ridge
3 Alaskan Pacific Maritime Sitka Spruce Forest
4 Alaskan Pacific Maritime Western Hemlock Forest
5 North Pacific Hypermaritime Western Red-cedar-Western Hemlock Forest
6 North Pacific Mesic Western Hemlock-Yellow-cedar Forest
7 Alaska Sub-boreal Mountain Hemlock-White Spruce Forest
8 Alaskan Pacific Maritime Mountain Hemlock Forest
9 Alaskan Pacific Maritime Subalpine Mountain Hemlock Woodland
10 North Pacific Maritime Mesic Subalpine Parkland
11 Alaskan Pacific Maritime Floodplain Forest and Shrubland
12 Alaskan Pacific Maritime Poorly Drained Conifer Woodland
13 North Pacific Shrub Swamp
14 Alaska Sub-boreal White Spruce-Hardwood Forest
15 Alaska Sub-boreal White-Lutz Spruce Forest and Woodland
16 Aleutian Kenai Birch-Cottonwood-Poplar Forest
17 Western North American Boreal Black Spruce Wet-Mesic Slope Woodland
18 Western North American Boreal Mesic Birch-Aspen Forest
19 Western North American Boreal Mesic Black Spruce Forest
20 Western North American Boreal White Spruce Forest
21 Western North American Boreal White Spruce-Hardwood Forest
22 Western North American Boreal Spruce-Lichen Woodland
23 Western North American Boreal Subalpine Balsam Poplar-Aspen Woodland
24 Western North American Boreal Treeline White Spruce Woodland
25 Western North American Boreal Deciduous Shrub Swamp
26 Western North American Boreal Wet Black Spruce-Tussock Woodland
27 Aleutian Floodplain Forest and Shrubland
28 Western North American Boreal Lowland Large River Floodplain Forest and Shrubland
29 Western North American Boreal Montane Floodplain Forest and Shrubland
30 Western North American Boreal Riparian Stringer Forest and Shrubland
31 Alaskan Pacific Maritime Avalanche Slope Shrubland
32 Alaskan Pacific Maritime Mesic Herbaceous Meadow
33 Alaskan Pacific Maritime Subalpine Alder-Salmonberry Shrubland
34 Aleutian Mesic Alder-Salmonberry Shrubland
35 Aleutian Mesic Herbaceous Meadow
36 Aleutian Oval-leaf Blueberry Shrubland
37 Alaska Arctic Active Inland Dune
38 Alaska Arctic Mesic Herbaceous Meadow
39 Alaska Sub-boreal Avalanche Slope Shrubland
40 Alaska Sub-boreal Mesic Subalpine Alder Shrubland
41 Aleutian Mesic-Wet Willow Shrubland
42 Western North American Boreal Active Inland Dune
43 Western North American Boreal Alpine Mesic Herbaceous Meadow
44 Western North American Boreal Dry Aspen-Steppe Bluff
45 Western North American Boreal Dry Grassland
46 Western North American Boreal Mesic Scrub Birch-Willow Shrubland
47 Western North American Sub-boreal Mesic Bluejoint Meadow
48 Aleutian American Dunegrass Grassland
49 Aleutian Marine Beach and Beach Meadow
50 Aleutian Rocky Headland and Sea Cliff
51 Alaska Arctic Marine Beach and Beach Meadow
52 Alaska Arctic Dwarf-Shrub-Sphagnum Peatland
53 Alaska Arctic Wet Sedge-Sphagnum Peatland
54 Western North American Boreal Black Spruce Dwarf-Tree Peatland
55 Western North American Boreal Black Spruce-Tamarack Fen
56 Western North American Boreal Herbaceous Fen
57 Western North American Boreal Low Shrub Peatland
58 Western North American Boreal Sedge-Dwarf-Shrub Bog
59 Alaskan Pacific Maritime Dwarf-shrub-Sphagnum Peatland
60 Alaskan Pacific Maritime Mountain Hemlock Peatland
61 Alaskan Pacific Maritime Shore Pine Peatland
62 Alaskan Pacific Maritime Shrub and Herbaceous Floodplain Wetland
63 Alaskan Pacific Maritime Wet Low Shrubland
64 Aleutian Nonvascular Peatland
65 Aleutian Shrub-Sedge Peatland
66 Aleutian Wet Meadow and Herbaceous Peatland
67 Aleutian Floodplain Wetland
68 Aleutian Freshwater Marsh
69 Aleutian Shrub and Herbaceous Meadow Floodplain
70 Western North American Boreal Freshwater Emergent Marsh
71 Western North American Boreal Shrub and Herbaceous Floodplain Wetland
72 Western North American Boreal Wet Meadow
73 Alaskan Pacific Maritime Alpine Floodplain
74 Alaskan Pacific Maritime Alpine Wet Meadow
75 Alaskan Pacific Maritime Coastal Meadow and Slough-Levee
76 Alaskan Pacific Maritime Fen and Wet Meadow
77 Alaskan Pacific Maritime Subalpine Copperbush Shrubland
78 Temperate Pacific Freshwater Emergent Marsh
79 Alaska Arctic Coastal Brackish Meadow
80 Alaska Arctic Coastal Sedge-Dwarf-Shrubland
81 Alaska Arctic Tidal Flat
82 Alaska Arctic Tidal Marsh
83 Aleutian Tidal Marsh
84 Temperate Pacific Tidal Salt and Brackish Marsh
85 Alaska Sub-boreal and Maritime Alpine Mesic Herbaceous Meadow
86 Alaskan Pacific Maritime Alpine Dwarf-Shrubland
87 Alaskan Pacific Maritime Alpine Sparse Shrub and Fell-field
88 Aleutian Crowberry-Herbaceous Heath
89 Aleutian Mixed Dwarf-Shrub-Herbaceous Shrubland
90 Aleutian Sparse Heath and Fell-Field
91 Alaska Arctic Acidic Dryas Dwarf-Shrubland
92 Alaska Arctic Acidic Dwarf-Shrub Lichen Tundra
93 Alaska Arctic Acidic Sparse Tundra
94 Alaska Arctic Dwarf-Shrubland
95 Alaska Arctic Floodplain
96 Alaska Arctic Large River Floodplain
97 Alaska Arctic Lichen Tundra
98 Alaska Arctic Mesic Alder Shrubland
99 Alaska Arctic Mesic Sedge-Dryas Tundra
100 Alaska Arctic Mesic Sedge-Willow Tundra
101 Alaska Arctic Mesic-Wet Willow Shrubland
102 Alaska Arctic Non-Acidic Dryas Dwarf-Shrubland
103 Alaska Arctic Non-Acidic Dwarf-Shrub Lichen Tundra
104 Alaska Arctic Non-Acidic Sparse Tundra
105 Alaska Arctic Permafrost Plateau Dwarf-Shrub Lichen Tundra
107 Alaska Arctic Scrub Birch-Ericaceous Shrubland
108 Western North American Boreal Alpine Dryas Dwarf-Shrubland
109 Western North American Boreal Alpine Dwarf-Shrub Summit
110 Western North American Boreal Alpine Dwarf-Shrub-Lichen Shrubland
111 Western North American Boreal Alpine Ericaceous Dwarf-Shrubland
112 Western North American Boreal Alpine Floodplain
113 Alaska Arctic Pendantgrass Freshwater Marsh
114 Alaska Arctic Polygonal Ground Shrub-Tussock Tundra
115 Alaska Arctic Polygonal Ground Tussock Tundra
116 Alaska Arctic Polygonal Ground Wet Sedge Tundra
117 Alaska Arctic Sedge Freshwater Marsh
118 Alaska Arctic Shrub-Tussock Tundra
119 Alaska Arctic Tussock Tundra
120 Alaska Arctic Tussock-Lichen Tundra
121 Alaska Arctic Wet Sedge Meadow
122 Western North American Boreal Low Shrub-Tussock Tundra
123 Western North American Boreal Tussock Tundra
124 Temperate Pacific Intertidal Mudflat
125 North Pacific Maritime Eelgrass Bed
126 Alaska Arctic Freshwater Aquatic Bed
127 Temperate Pacific Freshwater Aquatic Bed
128 Western North American Boreal Freshwater Aquatic Bed
129 Aleutian Volcanic Rock and Talus
130 Alaska Arctic Bedrock and Talus
131 Western North American Boreal Alpine Talus and Bedrock
132 North Pacific Alpine and Subalpine Bedrock and Scree
133 Snow/Ice
134 Undifferentiated Barren Land
135 Cultivated Cropland
136 Pasture/Hay
137 Developed, High Intensity
138 Developed, Low Intensity
139 Developed, Medium Intensity
140 Developed, Open Space
141 Recently Burned-Tree Cover
142 Open Water (Brackish/Salt)
143 Open Water (Fresh)

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