This data represents the GIS Version of the Public Land Survey System including both rectangular and non-rectangular survey data. The rectangular survey data are a reference system for land tenure based upon meridian, township/range, section, section subdivision and government lots. The non-rectangular survey data represent surveys that were largely performed to protect and/or convey title on specific parcels of land such as mineral surveys and tracts. The data are largely complete in reference to the rectangular survey data at the level of first division. However, the data varies in terms of granularity of its spatial representation as well as its content below the first division. Therefore, depending upon the data source and steward, accurate subdivision of the rectangular data may not be available below the first division and the non-rectangular minerals surveys may not be present. At times, the complexity of surveys rendered the collection of data cost prohibitive such as in areas characterized by numerous, overlapping mineral surveys. In these situations, the data were often not abstracted or were only partially abstracted and incorporated into the data set. These PLSS data were compiled from a broad spectrum or sources including federal, county, and private survey records such as field notes and plats as well as map sources such as USGS 7 ½ minute quadrangles. The metadata in each data set describes the production methods for the data content. This data is optimized for data publication and sharing rather than for specific "production" or operation and maintenance. A complete PLSS data set includes the following: PLSS Townships, First Divisions and Second Divisions (the hierarchical break down of the PLSS Rectangular surveys) PLSS Special surveys (non-rectangular components of the PLSS) Meandered Water, Corners, Metadata at a Glance (which identified last revised date and data steward) and Conflicted Areas (known areas of gaps or overlaps or inconsistencies). The Entity-Attribute section of this metadata describes these components in greater detail. The conflicted areas feature class is a depiction of known overlaps or gaps resulting from two or more different surveys of the same area, this may also include an indication of canceled or suspended surveys.


CKAN dataset id 25c12455-0677-491b-b7a7-42df015cefee
상태 active
버전 2024-02-09
라이선스 us-pd
accessLevel public
bureauCode {010:04}
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harvest_source_id 52bfcc16-6e15-478f-809a-b1bc76f1aeda
harvest_source_title DOI EDI
issued 2022-03-02T08:56:23Z
metadata_type geospatial
modified 2022-03-02T20:56:33.29Z
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programCode {010:000}
publisher Bureau of Land Management
publisher_hierarchy White House > U.S. Department of the Interior > Bureau of Land Management
resource-type Dataset
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source_hash e88eab6ab51c5758c96ebfc2024a23155234ee394b19f33a4543ba98a570c8d4
source_schema_version 1.1
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theme {geospatial}
담당자 Bureau of Land Management, blm_nm_comments
담당자 연락처
제공 기관 Department of the Interior
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