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Cadastral National Spatial Data Infrastructure (CadNSDI) for Idaho
U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI), Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Idaho State Office

The CADNSDI or the Cadastral Publication Data Standard is the cadastral data component of the NSDI. This is the publication guideline for cadastral data that is intended to provide a common format and structure and content for cadastral information that can be made available across jurisdictional boundaries, providing a consistent and uniform cadastral data to meet business need that includes connections to the source information from the data stewards. The data stewards determine which data are published and should be contacted for any questions on data content or for additional information. The cadastral publication data is data provided by cadastral data producers in a standard form on a regular basis. Cadastral publication data has two primary components, land parcel data and cadastral reference data. It is important to recognize that the publication data are not the same as the operation and maintenance or production data. The production data is structured to optimize maintenance processes, is integrated with internal agency operations and contains much more detail than the publication data. The publication data is a subset of the more complete production data and is reformatted to meet a national standard so data can be integrated across jurisdictional boundaries and be presented in a consistent and standard form nationally.

Access these Data:
Download File Geodatabase
INSIDE Idaho ArcGIS 10.2 Batch Metadata Modifier Tool (Updated 10/22/2014)
Idaho Geospatial Data Clearinghouse

Modifying and maintaining metadata for numerous objects can be a daunting task. Out-of-the-box metadata tools within ESRI ArcCatalog 10.1 are designed to primarily allow users to interact with metadata for one object at a time. There are, however a limited number of tools for performing metadata operations on multiple objects. The need exists to develop tools to modify metadata for numerous objects more effectively and efficiently. This tool allows users to select multiple objects and perform operations such as importing elements, creating thumbnail images, deleting elements, and modifying (i.e. finding and replacing) text in elements.

Access these Data:
ArcGIS Add-In and stand-alone Windows executable
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