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FGDC Metadata

Identification Information:
Citation:
Citation Information:
Title: ShakeMap MMI (Instrumental Intensity)
Publication Date: 19960101
Originator: United States Geological Survey (USGS), Advanced National Seismic Systems (ANSS)
File or Table Name: W_DYN_SHAKEMAP_MMI
Geospatial Data Presentation Form: vector digital data
Description:
Abstract: ShakeMap is a product of the U.S. Geological Survey Earthquake Hazards Program in conjunction with regional seismic network operators. ShakeMap sites provide near-real-time maps of ground motion and shaking intensity following significant earthquakes.

ShakeMap is designed as a rapid response tool to portray the extent and variation of ground shaking throughout the affected region immediately following significant earthquakes. Ground motion and intensity maps are derived from peak ground motion amplitudes recorded on seismic sensors (accelerometers), with interpolation based on both estimated amplitudes where data are lacking, and site amplification corrections. Color-coded instrumental intensity maps are derived from empirical relations between peak ground motions and Modified Mercalli intensity. This ShakeMap describes the event: ####xxxx, xxxx.

Purpose: These maps are used by federal, state, and local organizations, both public and private, for post-earthquake response and recovery, public and scientific information, as well as for preparedness exercises and disaster planning. -http://earthquake.usgs.gov/eqcenter/shakemap/ As a rapid response tool, the ShakeMap ground motion values are used for emergency response, loss estimation, assessment of damage to the lifeline and utility networks, and for providing information to the general public. -from USGS metadata html ShakeMap is designed to rapidly produce shaking and intensity maps for use by emergency response organizations, local, county, State and Federal Government agencies, public and private companies and organizations, the media, and the general public. -USGS shakemap manual
Language of Dataset: English
Supplemental Information: Networks producing ShakeMaps: S California, N California, Pacific NW, Nevada, Utah, Hawaii, Alaska, Global. -http://earthquake.usgs.gov/eqcenter/shakemap/ mmi = estimated instrumental intensity The RSS reader script shake_rssreader.pl is provide by USGS. I added some codes to create a XML file for each new event. RSS reader script requires configuration file shake_rssreader.conf. RSS reader script writes a timestamp to file shake_reader.dat Earthquake location, magnitude, and depth used by ShakeMap model does not always corresponds to that information reported by USGS Current Worldwide Earthquake List. However, the GUID number matches between the two feeds. ShakeMap scientific background: http://earthquake.usgs.gov/eqcenter/shakemap/background.php
Point of Contact:
Contact Information:
Contact Organization Primary:
Contact Organization: Pacific Disaster Center
Contact Person: Director
Contact Position: Data & Information Resources Division
Contact Address:
Address Type: mailing and physical address
Address: 1305 North Holopono Street, Suite 2
City: Kihei
State or Province: Hawaii
Postal Code: 96753
Country: United States
Contact Voice Telephone: 808-891-0525
Contact Facsimile Telephone: 808-891-0526
Contact Electronic Mail Address: data@pdc.org
Time Period of Content:
Currentness Reference: ground condition
Time Period Information:
Single Date/Time:
Calendar Date: As Needed
Keywords:
Theme:
Theme Keyword: geoscientificInformation
Theme Keyword Thesaurus: ESRI standard theme codes are used for relating FGDC metadata to the corresponding ISO categories
Place:
Place Keyword: Global
Place Keyword: World
Place Keyword Thesaurus: ArcIMS Metadata Server gazetteer
Place Keyword: Global
Native Dataset Format: ESRI Shapefile
Native Data Set Environment: Microsoft Windows XP Version 5.1 (Build 2600) Service Pack 3; ESRI ArcCatalog 9.2.5.1450
Status:
Progress: Complete
Maintenance and Update Frequency: As needed
Spatial Domain:
Bounding Coordinates:
West Bounding Coordinate: -180
East Bounding Coordinate: 180
North Bounding Coordinate: 60
South Bounding Coordinate: -60
Local Bounding Coordinates:
Left Bounding Coordinate: -182.322236
Right Bounding Coordinate: 181.277167
Bottom Bounding Coordinate: -59.226996
Top Bounding Coordinate: 61.420000
Access Constraints: None
Use Constraints: None
Data Quality Information:
Lineage:
Process Step:
Process Description: USGS Shaking maps are prepared by contouring shaking information interpolated onto a square grid uniformly sampled at a spacing of 1 minute (about 1.6 km) throughout California. If there were stations at each of the tens of thousands of grid points, then the creation of shaking maps would be relatively simple. Of course stations are not available for all of these grid points, and in many cases grid points may be tens of kilometers from the nearest reporting station. The overall mapping philosophy is to combine information from individual stations, geology (representing site amplification), and the distance to the epicenter or causative fault to create the best composite map. The procedure produces reasonable estimates at grid points located far from available data, while preserving the detailed shaking information available for regions where there are stations nearby. Estimation of shaking over the regional extent for an earthquake in California is obtained by the spatial interpolation of the measured ground motions with geologically based frequency and amplitude-dependent site corrections. We use the California Site Condition Map (California Geological Survey, CGS) maps of National Earthquake Hazard Reduction Program (NEHRP) classification site conditions as the basis for our site corrections. These site condition maps have coverage throughout the state at 1:250,000 scale (Wills et al., 2000). We use the amplification factors of Borcherdt et al. (1994). In addition, ShakeMap ground motions in regions of sparse station spacing are estimated using ground motion regression, initially from a point location at the epicenter. Later, as information about fault dimensions became available (in the form of aftershocks, source rupture models, and observed surface slip), the fault location and rupture dimensions are used as the basis for ground motion estimation. First, peak ground motion parameters are recovered for each station and associated with a particular earthquake origin time and epicenter. We then create a coarse, uniformly spaced grid of 30-km spaced "phantom" stations. Peak ground motions and spectral acceleration values are assigned to each coarse grid point using a ground motion attenuation relationship for rock sites given the magnitude of the earthquake and distance to each grid point. In practice, we apply a static correction to the amplitudes of the regression by using the network-determined magnitude, predicting the observed amplitudes, and correcting for an amplitude bias term between the predictions and the data. Site corrections are then used to interpolate from ground motions recorded on a fairly sparse, non-uniformly spaced network of stations to maps showing spatially continuous functions (i.e., contours). Prior to interpolation, we reduce the ground motion amplitudes to a common reference, in this case bedrock motions. Peak ground motion amplitudes from the seismic stations are corrected to rock site conditions; and the observations (corrected to rock) and the coarse phantom stations (computed for rock) are then interpolated to a fine rock site grid (roughly 1.6-km spacing). We scale the peak acceleration (PGA) amplitude with the Borcherdt et al. (1994) short-period amplification factors while the peak ground velocity (PGV) values are corrected with the mid-period factors. Response spectral values are scaled by the short-period factors at 0.3 sec, and by the mid-period response at 1.0 and 3.0 seconds. The site correction procedure is applied so that the original data values are returned at each station; hence, the actual recorded motions are preserved in the process and the final contours reflect the observations wherever they exist. Next, the interpolated rock grid is corrected at each point for local site amplification and instrumental intensity map is generated by relating the peak ground acceleration or velocity at each grid point to intensity as described by Wald et al. (1999). This fine grid is saved and exported to the file "grid.xyz". A continuous surface is also fit to the fine grid to produce the contour maps and GIS formatted maps. PDC Data Processing Description The following steps are performed to create new ShakeMap products: Run the RSS reader script to download new event, write earthquake attributes to a XML file. Unzip compressed file shape.zip to extract three sets of shape files: mmi.* (instrumental intensity), pga.* (peak ground acceleration), and pgv.* (peak ground velocity). Run Unix Shell script to append shape file to spatial layers. SDE command used: shp2sde. Run Unix Shell script to update the GUID column in spatial layers. Read the attributes in XML to create a new record in Oracle business table. C-API program to read the XML and add a new feature to SDE database.
Source Information:
Source Citation:
Citation Information:
Originator: U.S. Geological Survey Earthquake Hazards Program: http://earthquake.usgs.gov/eqcenter/shakemap/
Title: USGS ShakeMap Program
Online Linkage: http://earthquake.usgs.gov/eqcenter/shakemap/
Attribute Value Accuracy Information:
Attribute Accuracy Report: Slight variations in peak ground motions and spectral values may depend on processing. Corrections or changes in station and amplitude information are reflected by the authoritative seismic network. In addition, changes in magnitude may result in changes to estimated ground motions in areas with sparse seismic station coverage.
Logical Consistency Report: Ground motion data are direct measurements only at the location of seismic stations; all other data are interpolated (as described in the citations). Seismic station coverage varies in density as well as instrumentation across the region in question. Uncertainty in the reported ground motions generally increases with distance from seismic stations, and in areas of very low station density may be largely the product of empirical relationships. Uncertainties in ground motions may also arise from inaccurate ground motion amplitudes from seismic stations, or inaccurate information regarding earthquake epicenter or magnitude, as reported by the generating network.
Completeness Report: Included in this version are data available up to the time processed. Additional data (seismic stations) may be added at a later time.
Spatial Data Organization Information:
Direct Spatial Reference Method: Vector
Point and Vector Object Information:
ESRI Terms Description:
ESRI Feature Type: Simple
ESRI Feature Geometry: Polygon
ESRI Topology: FALSE
ESRI Feature Count: 5855
Spatial Index: TRUE
Linear Referencing: FALSE
SDTS Terms Description:
SDTS Point and Vector Object Type: G-polygon
Point and Vector Object Count: 5855
Spatial Reference Information:
Horizontal Coordinate System Definition:
Coordinate System Name:
Geographic Coordinate System Name: GCS_WGS_1984
Geographic:
Geographic Coordinate Units: Decimal degrees
Latitude Resolution: 0.000000
Longitude Resolution: 0.000000
Geodetic Model:
Horizontal Datum Name: D_WGS_1984
Ellipsoid Name: WGS_1984
Semi-major Axis: 6378137.000000
Denominator of Flattening Ratio: 298.257224
Entity and Attribute Information:
Detailed Description:
Entity Type:
Entity Type Label: W_DYN_SHAKEMAP_MMI
Entity Type Type: Feature Class
Entity Type Count: 5855
Attribute:
Attribute Label: FID
Attribute Alias: FID
Attribute Type: OID
Attribute Width: 4
Attribute Precision: 0
Attribute Scale: 0
Attribute Definition: Internal feature number.
Attribute Definition Source: ESRI
Attribute Domain Values:
Unrepresentable Domain: Sequential unique whole numbers that are automatically generated.
Attribute:
Attribute Label: Shape
Attribute Alias: Shape
Attribute Type: Geometry
Attribute Width: 0
Attribute Precision: 0
Attribute Scale: 0
Attribute Definition: Feature geometry.
Attribute Definition Source: ESRI
Attribute Domain Values:
Unrepresentable Domain: Coordinates defining the features.
Attribute:
Attribute Label: DATA_W_DYN
Attribute Alias: DATA_W_DYN
Attribute Type: Number
Attribute Width: 17
Attribute Number of Decimals: 3
Attribute:
Attribute Label: PERIMETER
Attribute Alias: PERIMETER
Attribute Type: Number
Attribute Width: 18
Attribute Number of Decimals: 3
Attribute:
Attribute Label: PGAPOL_
Attribute Alias: PGAPOL_
Attribute Type: Number
Attribute Width: 12
Attribute:
Attribute Label: PGAPOL_ID
Attribute Alias: PGAPOL_ID
Attribute Type: Number
Attribute Width: 12
Attribute:
Attribute Label: GRID_CODE
Attribute Alias: GRID_CODE
Attribute Type: Number
Attribute Width: 12
Attribute:
Attribute Label: VALUE
Attribute Alias: VALUE
Attribute Type: Number
Attribute Width: 19
Attribute Number of Decimals: 4
Attribute Definition: Shaking intensity in Modified Mercalli Intensity (MMI)
Attribute:
Attribute Label: GUID
Attribute Alias: GUID
Attribute Type: String
Attribute Width: 24
Attribute Definition: USGS Unique ID for earthquake
Attribute:
Attribute Label: SHAPE_AREA
Attribute Alias: SHAPE_AREA
Attribute Type: Float
Attribute Width: 19
Attribute Definition: Area of feature in internal units squared.
Attribute Definition Source: ESRI
Attribute Domain Values:
Unrepresentable Domain: Positive real numbers that are automatically generated.
Attribute Number of Decimals: 11
Attribute:
Attribute Label: SHAPE_LEN
Attribute Alias: SHAPE_LEN
Attribute Type: Float
Attribute Width: 19
Attribute Number of Decimals: 11
Attribute Definition: Length of feature in internal units
Attribute Definition Source: ESRI
Distribution Information:
Distribution Liability: Some USGS information accessed through this page may be preliminary in nature and presented prior to final review and approval by the Director of the USGS. This information is provided with the understanding that it is not guaranteed to be correct or complete, and conclusions drawn from such information are the sole responsibility of the user. These are automatic computer generated maps and have not necessarily been checked by human oversight, so they may contain errors. Further, the input data is raw and unchecked, and may contain errors. Contours can be misleading since data gaps may exist. Caution should be used in deciding which features in the contour patterns are required by the data. Ground motions and intensities can vary greatly over small distances, so these maps are only approximate; when maps are enlarged beyond the limits of the original data in an effort to show small areas, the maps are unreliable. These maps are preliminary in nature and will be updated as data arrives from distributed sources. The estimated intensity map is derived from ground motions recorded by seismographs and represents Modified Mercalli Intensities (MMI's) that are likely to have been associated with the ground motions. Unlike conventional Modified Mercalli Intensities, the estimated intensities are not based on observations of the earthquake effects on people or structures. Locations within the same intensity area will not necessarily experience the same level of damage since damage depends heavily on the type of structure, the nature of the construction, and the details of the ground motion at that site. For this reason more or less damage than described in the MMI scale may occur. Large earthquakes can generate very long-period ground motions that can cause damage at great distances from the epicenter; although the intensity estimated from the ground motions may be small, significant effects to large structures (bridges, tall buildings, storage tanks) may be notable. The ground motion levels and descriptions associated with each intensity value are based on recent damaging earthquakes. There may be revisions in these parameters as more data become available or from further improvements in methodology.
Distributor:
Contact Information:
Contact Position: Geophysicist
Contact Address:
Address Type: mailing address
Address: P.O. Box 25046
City: Lakewood
State or Province: Colorado
Postal Code: 80225
Country: USA
Contact Voice Telephone: 303-273-8441
Contact Facsimile Telephone: 303-273-8600
Contact Electronic Mail Address: wald@usgs.gov
Contact Organization Primary:
Contact Organization: United States Geological survey, Advanced National Seismic Systems (ANSS)
Contact Person: David J Wald
Available Time Period:
Time Period Information:
Single Date/Time:
Time of Day: unknown
Resource Description: Offline Data
Standard Order Process:
Digital Form:
Digital Transfer Information:
Transfer Size: 13.066
Dataset Size: 13.066
Metadata Reference Information:
Metadata Date: 20081113
Metadata Contact:
Contact Information:
Contact Organization Primary:
Contact Organization: Pacific Disaster Center
Contact Person: Director
Contact Position: Data & Information Resources Division
Contact Address:
Address Type: mailing and physical address
Address: 1305 North Holopono Street, Suite 2
City: Kihei
State or Province: Hawaii
Postal Code: 96753
Country: United States
Contact Voice Telephone: 808-891-0525
Contact Facsimile Telephone: 808-891-0526
Metadata Access Constraints: Grant access to all users
Metadata Security Information:
Metadata Security Classification: Unclassified
Language of Metadata: en
Metadata Standard Name: FGDC Content Standards for Digital Geospatial Metadata
Metadata Standard Version: FGDC-STD-001-1998
Metadata Time Convention: local time
Metadata Use Constraints: None
Metadata Extensions:
Online Linkage: http://www.esri.com/metadata/esriprof80.html
Profile Name: ESRI Metadata Profile

ISO Metadata

Metadata language:
English
Metadata character set:
utf8 - 8 bit UCS Transfer Format
Scope of the data described by the metadata:
dataset
Scope name: dataset
Metadata contact:
Individual's name: Director
Organization's name: Pacific Disaster Center
Contact's position: Data & Information Resources Division
Contact information:
Address:
Delivery point: 1305 North Holopono Street, Suite 2
City: Kihei
Administrative area: Hawaii
Postal code: 96753
e-mail address: data@pdc.org
Country: us
Phone:
Voice: 808-891-0525
Fax: 808-891-0526
Contact's role:
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Last update: 20081113
Name of the metadata standard used: ISO 19115 Geographic Information - Metadata
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Distribution Information:
Distributor:
Contact information:
Individual's name: Director
Organization's name: Pacific Disaster Center
Contact's position: Data & Information Resources Division
Contact information:
Address:
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City: Kihei
Administrative area: Hawaii
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e-mail address: data@pdc.org
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Phone:
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Identification Information:
Citation:
Title: ShakeMap MMI (Instrumental Intensity)
Party responsible for the resource:
Individual's name: Director
Organization's name: Pacific Disaster Center
Contact's position: Data & Information Resources Division
Contact's role:
publisher
Contact information:
Address:
Delivery point: 1305 North Holopono Street, Suite 2
City: Kihei
Administrative area: Hawaii
Postal code: 96753
e-mail address: data@pdc.org
Country: us
Phone:
Voice: 808-891-0525
Fax: 808-891-0526
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Contact's role:
originator
Individual's name: David J. Wald
Contact's position: Geophysicist
Contact information:
Address:
Country: us
Delivery point: P.O. Box 25046
City: Lakewood
Administrative area: Colorado
Postal code: 80225
e-mail address: wald@usgs.gov
Phone:
Voice: 303-273-8441
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Reference date:
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Abstract: ShakeMap is a product of the U.S. Geological Survey Earthquake Hazards Program in conjunction with regional seismic network operators. ShakeMap sites provide near-real-time maps of ground motion and shaking intensity following significant earthquakes. ShakeMap is designed as a rapid response tool to portray the extent and variation of ground shaking throughout the affected region immediately following significant earthquakes. Ground motion and intensity maps are derived from peak ground motion amplitudes recorded on seismic sensors (accelerometers), with interpolation based on both estimated amplitudes where data are lacking, and site amplification corrections. Color-coded instrumental intensity maps are derived from empirical relations between peak ground motions and Modified Mercalli intensity. This ShakeMap describes the event: ####xxxx, xxxx
Themes or categories of the resource:
geo-scientific information
Resource constraints:
Constraints:
Limitations of use: None
Security constraints:
Classification:
unclassified
Legal constraints:
Other constraints: None
Access constraints:
other restrictions
Use constraints:
other restrictions
Spatial resolution:
Dataset's scale:
Scale denominator: unknown
Other extent information:
Geographic extent:
Geographic extent:
West longitude: -182.322236
East longitude: 181.277167
North latitude: 61.42
South latitude: -59.226996
Extent contains the resource: yes
Dataset language:
English
Processing environment: Microsoft Windows XP Version 5.1 (Build 2600) Service Pack 3; ESRI ArcCatalog 9.2.5.1450
Spatial representation type:
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Resource's bounding rectangle:
West longitude: -182.322236
East longitude: 181.277167
North latitude: 61.42
South latitude: -59.226996
Extent contains the resource: yes
Point of contact:
Individual's name: Director
Organization's name: Pacific Disaster Center
Contact's position: Data & Information Resources Division
Contact information:
Phone:
Voice: 808-891-0525
Fax: 808-891-0526
Address:
Delivery point: 1305 North Holopono Street, Suite 2
City: Kihei
Administrative area: Hawaii
Postal code: 96753
Country: us
e-mail address: data@pdc.org
Contact's role:
point of contact
Keyword Information:
Keyword Type:
Place keywords
Keywords: Global
Keywords: World
Thesaurus name:
Title: ArcIMS Metadata Server gazetteer
Resource maintenance:
Update frequency:
as needed
Data Quality Information:
Lineage:
Lineage statement: USGS Shaking maps are prepared by contouring shaking information interpolated onto a square grid uniformly sampled at a spacing of 1 minute (about 1.6 km) throughout California. If there were stations at each of the tens of thousands of grid points, then the creation of shaking maps would be relatively simple. Of course stations are not available for all of these grid points, and in many cases grid points may be tens of kilometers from the nearest reporting station. The overall mapping philosophy is to combine information from individual stations, geology (representing site amplification), and the distance to the epicenter or causative fault to create the best composite map. The procedure produces reasonable estimates at grid points located far from available data, while preserving the detailed shaking information available for regions where there are stations nearby. Estimation of shaking over the regional extent for an earthquake in California is obtained by the spatial interpolation of the measured ground motions with geologically based frequency and amplitude-dependent site corrections. We use the California Site Condition Map (California Geological Survey, CGS) maps of National Earthquake Hazard Reduction Program (NEHRP) classification site conditions as the basis for our site corrections. These site condition maps have coverage throughout the state at 1:250,000 scale (Wills et al., 2000). We use the amplification factors of Borcherdt et al. (1994). In addition, ShakeMap ground motions in regions of sparse station spacing are estimated using ground motion regression, initially from a point location at the epicenter. Later, as information about fault dimensions became available (in the form of aftershocks, source rupture models, and observed surface slip), the fault location and rupture dimensions are used as the basis for ground motion estimation. First, peak ground motion parameters are recovered for each station and associated with a particular earthquake origin time and epicenter. We then create a coarse, uniformly spaced grid of 30-km spaced "phantom" stations. Peak ground motions and spectral acceleration values are assigned to each coarse grid point using a ground motion attenuation relationship for rock sites given the magnitude of the earthquake and distance to each grid point. In practice, we apply a static correction to the amplitudes of the regression by using the network-determined magnitude, predicting the observed amplitudes, and correcting for an amplitude bias term between the predictions and the data. Site corrections are then used to interpolate from ground motions recorded on a fairly sparse, non-uniformly spaced network of stations to maps showing spatially continuous functions (i.e., contours). Prior to interpolation, we reduce the ground motion amplitudes to a common reference, in this case bedrock motions. Peak ground motion amplitudes from the seismic stations are corrected to rock site conditions; and the observations (corrected to rock) and the coarse phantom stations (computed for rock) are then interpolated to a fine rock site grid (roughly 1.6-km spacing). We scale the peak acceleration (PGA) amplitude with the Borcherdt et al. (1994) short-period amplification factors while the peak ground velocity (PGV) values are corrected with the mid-period factors. Response spectral values are scaled by the short-period factors at 0.3 sec, and by the mid-period response at 1.0 and 3.0 seconds. The site correction procedure is applied so that the original data values are returned at each station; hence, the actual recorded motions are preserved in the process and the final contours reflect the observations wherever they exist. Next, the interpolated rock grid is corrected at each point for local site amplification and instrumental intensity map is generated by relating the peak ground acceleration or velocity at each grid point to intensity as described by Wald et al. (1999). This fine grid is saved and exported to the file "grid.xyz". A continuous surface is also fit to the fine grid to produce the contour maps and GIS formatted maps. _ _ _ _ PDC Data Processing Description The following steps are performed to create new ShakeMap products: Run the RSS reader script to download new event, write earthquake attributes to a XML file. Unzip compressed file shape.zip to extract three sets of shape files: mmi.* (instrumental intensity), pga.* (peak ground acceleration), and pgv.* (peak ground velocity). Run Unix Shell script to append shape file to spatial layers. SDE command used: shp2sde. Run Unix Shell script to update the GUID column in spatial layers. Read the attributes in XML to create a new record in Oracle business table. C-API program to read the XML and add a new feature to SDE database.
Scope of quality information:
Level of the data:
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Spatial Representation Information:
Spatial Representation - Vector:
Level of topology for this dataset:
geometry only
Geometric objects:
Object type:
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Object count: 5855
Reference System Information:
Reference system identifier:
Reference system identifier:
Identity code: GCS_WGS_1984

ESRI Metadata

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