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IDFG Waterfowl Hunt Areas (New 06/10/2016)
Idaho Department of Fish and Game

24k version of Idaho Fish and Game's (IDFG) 2016-17 Waterfowl Hunt Areas. This file was produced by IDFG from the legal descriptions available in the current, published hunting regulations.

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Wildlife Management Areas (New 08/04/2016)
Idaho Department of Fish and Game

Various private, state, and federal entities have entered into agreements with or sold lands to IDFG for the management of the state's fish and wildlife. Various layers were used to help digitize each area: township range section, geographic names, ITD roads, FS roads, hydrography, land ownership, county boundaries, etc. Properties were combined to create the polygons for each WMA.

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Areas with Waterfowl Hunting Restrictions (New 08/09/2016)
Idaho Department of Fish and Game

Boundaries of areas with restrictions or are closed to waterfowl hunting as outlined in the Idaho Fish and Game (IDFG) Waterfowl Seasons and Rules booklet. NOTE: Not all state wildlife management areas, bird preserves, bird refuges, and bird sanctuaries that have been closed to hunting by legislative or commission action are represented in this dataset.

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Idaho 2015 Average Annual Daily Traffic (New 07/01/2016)
Idaho Transportation Department (ITD)

Idaho Roads - 2015 Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT)

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Post Fire Inventory and Assessment Files for 2015 Old Greer Fire
North Central Idaho Wildfire Restoration Group

Several data sets are available and are described as follows:

Fire Boundary:Data shows the 2015 fire boundary. Data generated by US Forest Service. File name: OldGreerFireBoundary

Land Cover:Land cover categories generated from National Land Cover Database (2011, USGS). Data processed by clipping NLCD by 2015 fire boundary. Fire boundary generated from InciWeb. Categories include; Developed, Open Space - Mix of constructed materials, but mostly lawn grasses. Impervious surfaces < 20% of total cover. Deciduous Forest - >20% deciduous trees. Evergreen Forest - >20% evergreen trees. Mixed Forest – >20% trees with mix of deciduous and evergreen trees. Shrub/Scrub >20% shrub vegetation. Grassland/Herbaceous - >80% grass /other herbaceous vegetation. Pasture/Hay - Areas of grasses, legumes, or grass-legume mixtures planted for livestock grazing or the production of seed or hay crops, typically on a perennial cycle. Cultivated Crops Areas used for the production of annual crops and/or being annually tilled. Woody Wetlands – Soils that are periodically saturated or covered with water and contain >20% forest or shrubland vegetation. Emergent Herbaceous Wetlands Soils that are periodically saturated or covered with water and vegetation is >80% herbaceous. Data generated by Nikki Lane, Nez Perce soil and Water Conservation District. Jan 2016. Files are named OldGreerLandCoverFINAL10_15_2015 or OldGreerLandCover.shp

Land Ownership:Ownership layer for 2015 fire boundary. Source data is BLM Federal Land Status layer clipped to 2015 fire boundary obtained from InciWeb. Bureau of Land Management (BLM); Surface Management Agency (Federal Land Status) layer. 2011. (http://insideidaho.org). Data generated by Cody Dawes, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. January 2016. Ownership categories: BLM – Bureau of Land Management, Private – private, USFS – US Forest Service, IR – Indian Reservation, State – State of Idaho. Files are named OldGreerLandownershipFINAL1_6_16 or OldGreerLandStatus.shp.

Slope Class:Data generated from USGS Digital Elevation Model to identify slopes. Slopes were divided into 3 classes; 1-20, 21-40;>40. Data generated within 2015 fire boundary areas as identified by US Forest Service. Data generated by Nikki Lane, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. January 2016. Files are named oldgreerpoly or OldGreerSlope.

Streams:Data shows streams (perennial and intermittent) within the Wash Complex 2015 fire boundary. Streams layer obtained from USGS. U.S. Rivers and Streams represent detailed rivers and streams in the United States. Data clipped and processed by Cody Dawes, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District in January 2016. Files named OldGreerStreams.

PrivateForestlandsBySlope:Data shows three slope classes (0-20, 20-40, >40) on private owned forestlands. Data generated from BLM ownership layer, USGS Digital Elevation Model, and the National Land Cover Database. Data generated by Cody Dawes, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. January 2016. File name OldGreerPrivateForestlandSlopeClassFINAL_1_7_16

Private land forested acres:Data shows privately owned forest acres burned during the 2015 event. Data generated by Cody Dawes, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. January 2016. File name OldGreerForestAcres.

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Post Fire Inventory and Assessment Files for 2015 Municipal Fire
North Central Idaho Wildfire Restoration Group

Several data sets are available and are described as follows:

Burn Severity:This data set reflects the fire burn severity and classifies intensity into three categories. Data field verified and processed by the US Forest Service, Nez Perce and Clearwater National Forests, Kamiah, Idaho. Shape files and KMZ files are included. Files are named MunicipalBurnSeverity or MunicipalFireBurnSeverity.

Fire Boundary:Data shows the 2015 fire boundary. Data generated by US Forest Service. File name contains the 20150826_0002_MDT_MuncipalComplex_HeatPerimeter or MunicipalFIreBoundary.

Hillslope Erosion:Within the fire boundary, hillslope erosion rates were identified. Data was organized into one of four categories; low (0-1 tons/acre), moderate (1-10 tons/acre), high (10-50 tons/acre), and very high (>50 tons/acre). Potential hillslope erosion was estimated using the GeoWEPP model. GeoWEPP is a geo-spatial interface for WEPP (Water Erosion Prediction Project). GeoWEPP Model Runs completed by Mary Miller, Michigan Tech Research Institute and USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station, Moscow, Idaho. Map Generated by Nikki Lane, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. June 2016. Files named MunicipalGeoWepp

Land Cover:Land cover categories generated from National Land Cover Database (2011, USGS). Data processed by clipping NLCD by 2015 fire boundary. Categories include; Developed, Open Space - Mix of constructed materials, but mostly lawn grasses. Impervious surfaces < 20% of total cover. Deciduous Forest - >20% deciduous trees. Evergreen Forest - >20% evergreen trees. Mixed Forest – >20% trees with mix of deciduous and evergreen trees. Shrub/Scrub >20% shrub vegetation. Grassland/Herbaceous - >80% grass /other herbaceous vegetation. Pasture/Hay - Areas of grasses, legumes, or grass-legume mixtures planted for livestock grazing or the production of seed or hay crops, typically on a perennial cycle. Cultivated Crops Areas used for the production of annual crops and/or being annually tilled. Woody Wetlands – Soils that are periodically saturated or covered with water and contain >20% forest or shrubland vegetation. Emergent Herbaceous Wetlands - Soils that are periodically saturated or covered with water and vegetation is >80% herbaceous. Data generated by Nikki Lane, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. Jan 2016. Files are named MunicpalLandCover_FINAL_12_22_15.

Land ownership:Land ownership layer for 2015 fire boundary. Source data is BLM Federal Land Status layer clipped to 2015 fire boundary. Bureau of Land Management (BLM); Surface Management Agency (Federal Land Status) layer. 2011. (http://insideidaho.org). Data generated by Cody Dawes, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. January 2016. Ownership categories: BLM – Bureau of Land Management, Private – private, USFS – US Forest Service, IR – Indian Reservation, State – State of Idaho. Files are named MunicipalLandownershipFINAL1_6_16.

Slope Class:Data generated from USGS Digital Elevation Model to identify slopes. Slopes were divided into three classes; 1-20, 21-40;>40. Data generated within 2015 fire boundary areas as identified by US Forest Service. Data generated by Nikki Lane, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. January 2016. Files are named municipalpoly or MunicipalSlopeClassFINAL_1_7_16.

Streams:Data shows streams (perennial and intermittent) within the Woodrat Complex 2015 fire boundary. Streams layer obtained from USGS. U.S. Rivers and Streams represent detailed rivers and streams in the United States. Data clipped and processed by Cody Dawes, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District in January 2016. Files named MunicipalStreamsWithNames or MunicipalStreams.

Post Fire Debris Flow Analysis for stream segments:This data set represents a post fire debris flow hazard analysis for stream segments within the 2015 fire boundary. Debris flow hazard classified as low (stream segments with low probability of debris flow occurrence and smallest debris flow volume), moderate (stream segments with relatively low probability of occurrence and larger debris flow volume estimates) and high (high probability of occurrence and large debris flow volume estimate). The analysis was completed by Dennis Staley, US Geological Survey. File names contain the wording mun2015_segment_dfpredictions_25yr or Municipal25yrSegmentHazards.

Post Fire Debris Flow Analysis for basins:This data set represents a post fire debris flow hazard analysis for basins within the 2015 fire boundary. Debris flow hazard classified as low ( basins with low probability of debris flow occurrence and smallest debris flow volume), moderate (basins with relatively low probability of occurrence and larger debris flow volume estimates) and high (high probability of occurrence and large debris flow volume estimate). The analysis was completed by Dennis Staley, US Geological Survey. File names contain the wording mun2015_basin_dfpredictions_25yr or Municipal25yrBasinHazard.

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IOGLB Outfitter Areas (as of 7/5/2016) (New 07/05/2016)
Idaho Department of Fish and Game

This layer represents outfitter licensed areas as described in the Idaho Outfitter and Guides Licensing Board (IOGLB)'s database. View this information online at oglb.idaho.gov.

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Post Fire Inventory and Assessment Files for 2015 Fisher Fire
North Central Idaho Wildfire Restoration Group

Several data sets are available and are described as follows:

Burn Severity:This data set reflects the fire burn severity and classifies intensity into three categories. Data field verified and processed by the US Forest Service, Nez Perce and Clearwater National Forests, Kamiah, Idaho. Shape files and KMZ files are included. Files are named fisherfirepoly_barc_reclass2 or FisherBurnSeverityFINAL10_15_2015.

Fire Boundary:Data shows the 2015 fire boundary. Data generated by US Forest Service. File name contains the FisherBoundary

Hillslope Erosion:Within the fire boundary, hillslope erosion rates were identified. Data was organized into one of four categories; low (0-1 tons/acre), moderate (1-10 tons/acre), high (10-50 tons/acre), and very high (>50 tons/acre). Potential hillslope erosion was estimated using the GeoWEPP model. GeoWEPP is a geo-spatial interface for WEPP (Water Erosion Prediction Project). GeoWEPP Model Runs completed by Mary Miller, Michigan Tech Research Institute and USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station, Moscow, Idaho. Map Generated by Nikki Lane, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. June 2016. Files named FisherGeoWepp

Land Cover:Land cover categories generated from National Land Cover Database (2011, USGS). Data processed by clipping NLCD by 2015 fire boundary. Categories include; Developed, Open Space - Mix of constructed materials, but mostly lawn grasses. Impervious surfaces < 20% of total cover. Deciduous Forest - >20% deciduous trees. Evergreen Forest - >20% evergreen trees. Mixed Forest – >20% trees with mix of deciduous and evergreen trees. Shrub/Scrub >20% shrub vegetation. Grassland/Herbaceous - >80% grass /other herbaceous vegetation. Pasture/Hay - Areas of grasses, legumes, or grass-legume mixtures planted for livestock grazing or the production of seed or hay crops, typically on a perennial cycle. Cultivated Crops Areas used for the production of annual crops and/or being annually tilled. Woody Wetlands – Soils that are periodically saturated or covered with water and contain >20% forest or shrubland vegetation. Emergent Herbaceous Wetlands - Soils that are periodically saturated or covered with water and vegetation is >80% herbaceous. Data generated by Nikki Lane, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. Jan 2016. Files are named FisherLandCover_FINAL_12_22_15.

Land ownership:Land ownership layer for 2015 fire boundary. Source data is BLM Federal Land Status layer clipped to 2015 fire boundary. Bureau of Land Management (BLM); Surface Management Agency (Federal Land Status) layer. 2011. (http://insideidaho.org). Data generated by Cody Dawes, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. January 2016. Ownership categories: BLM – Bureau of Land Management, Private – private, USFS – US Forest Service, IR – Indian Reservation, State – State of Idaho. Files are named FisherLandownershipFINAL1_6_16.

Slope Class:Data generated from USGS Digital Elevation Model to identify slopes. Slopes were divided into three classes; 1-20, 21-40;>40. Data generated within 2015 fire boundary areas as identified by US Forest Service. Data generated by Nikki Lane, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. January 2016. Files are named fisslope or FisherSlopeClassesFINAL1_7_2016.

Streams:Data shows streams (perennial and intermittent) within the Woodrat Complex 2015 fire boundary. Streams layer obtained from USGS. U.S. Rivers and Streams represent detailed rivers and streams in the United States. Data clipped and processed by Cody Dawes, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District in January 2016. Files named FisherStreamNames or FisherStreams.

Private land forested acres:Data shows privately owned forest acres burned during the 2015 event. Data generated by Cody Dawes, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. January 2016. File name FisherForestedAcresOnPrivateLand

PrivateForestlandsBySlope:Data shows three slope classes (0-20, 20-40, >40) on private owned forestlands. Data generated from BLM ownership layer, USGS Digital Elevation Model, and the National Land Cover Database. Data generated by Cody Dawes, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. January 2016. File name FisherForestedAcresOnPrivateLandBySlope

Post Fire Debris Flow Analysis for stream segments:This data set represents a post fire debris flow hazard analysis for stream segments within the 2015 fire boundary. Debris flow hazard classified as low (stream segments with low probability of debris flow occurrence and smallest debris flow volume), moderate (stream segments with relatively low probability of occurrence and larger debris flow volume estimates) and high (high probability of occurrence and large debris flow volume estimate). The analysis was completed by Dennis Staley, US Geological Survey. File names contain the wording fsh2015_segment_dfpredictions_25yr or Fisher 25yr Segment Hazard12_23_2015.

Post Fire Debris Flow Analysis for basins:This data set represents a post fire debris flow hazard analysis for basins within the 2015 fire boundary. Debris flow hazard classified as low ( basins with low probability of debris flow occurrence and smallest debris flow volume), moderate (basins with relatively low probability of occurrence and larger debris flow volume estimates) and high (high probability of occurrence and large debris flow volume estimate). The analysis was completed by Dennis Staley, US Geological Survey. File names contain the wording fsh2015_basin_dfpredictions_25yr or Fisher 25yr Basin Hazard12_24_2015.

Planting Groups:Data layer contains forest planting groups as identified by USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. Data reflects private lands within the 2015 burned area that were forest land cover. Data compiled by Frank Gariglio, USDA NRCS Idaho State Forester, and Brian Gardner, USDA NRCS IDaho Soil Scientists. GIS layer processed by Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. Data layer generated January 2016. Files named fisherplantinggroups or FisherFireReforestationPlantingGroupDesignationV1.0. Planting Group Descriptions:

Group 0 - burned areas that are assumed to be PIPO (Pinus Ponderosa)

Group 1 - PIPO (Pinus ponderosa) only

Group 2 - PIPO (Pinus ponderosa) dominant, with some PSMEC (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco var. glauca (Beissn.)) Rocky Mountain Douglas-fir

Group 3 - PSMEG( Pseudotsuga menziesii) Rocky Mtn Douglas Fir and PIPO (Pinus ponderosa) with some LAOC (Larix occidentalis Nutt.) western larch

Group 4 - PSMEG (Pseudotsuga menzeisii), LAOC (Larix occidentalis) and possibly PIPO (Pinus ponderosa) and PICO (Pinus contorta) Lodgepole Pine

Group 5 - PSMEG (Pseudotsuga menzeisii), LAOC (Larix occidentalis) and possible PIEN (Picea engelmannii Parry ex Engelm.) Engelmann spruce and PICO (Pinus contorta) Lodgepole Pine

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Post Fire Inventory and Assessment Files for 2015 Slide Fire
North Central Idaho Wildfire Restoration Group

Several data sets are available and are described as follows:

Burn Severity:This data set reflects the fire burn severity and classifies intensity in to three categories. Data field verified and processed by the US Forest Service, Nez Perce and Clearwater National Forests, Orofino, Idaho. Shape files and KMZ files are included. Files are named SlideBurnSeverity

Fire Boundary:Data shows the 2015 fire boundary. Data generated by US Forest Service. File name: Slide Fire Boundary or contains the words heat perimeter.

Hillslope Erosion:Within the fire boundary, hillslope erosion rates were identified. Data was organized into one of four categories; low (0-1 tons/acre), moderate (1-10 tons/acre), high (10-50 tons/acre), and very high (>50 tons/acre). Potential hillslope erosion was estimated using the GeoWEPP model. GeoWEPP is a geo-spatial interface for WEPP (Water Erosion Prediction Project). GeoWEPP Model Runs completed by Mary Miller, Michigan Tech Research Institute and USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station, Moscow, Idaho. Map Generated by Nikki Lane, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. June 2016. Files named SlideGeoWepp

Land Cover:Land cover categories generated from National Land Cover Database (2011, USGS). Data processed by clipping NLCD by 2015 fire boundary. Fire boundary generated from InciWeb. Categories include; Developed, Open Space - Mix of constructed materials, but mostly lawn grasses. Impervious surfaces < 20% of total cover. Deciduous Forest - >20% deciduous trees. Evergreen Forest - >20% evergreen trees. Mixed Forest – >20% trees with mix of deciduous and evergreen trees. Shrub/Scrub >20% shrub vegetation. Grassland/Herbaceous - >80% grass /other herbaceous vegetation. Pasture/Hay - Areas of grasses, legumes, or grass-legume mixtures planted for livestock grazing or the production of seed or hay crops, typically on a perennial cycle. Cultivated Crops Areas used for the production of annual crops and/or being annually tilled. Woody Wetlands – Soils that are periodically saturated or covered with water and contain >20% forest or shrubland vegetation. Emergent Herbaceous Wetlands Soils that are periodically saturated or covered with water and vegetation is >80% herbaceous. Data generated by Nikki Lane, Nez Perce soil and Water Conservation District. Jan 2016. Files are named SlideLandCoverFINAL12_24_2015

Land Ownership:Ownership layer for 2015 fire boundary. Source data is BLM Federal Land Status layer clipped to 2015 fire boundary obtained from InciWeb. Bureau of Land Management (BLM); Surface Management Agency (Federal Land Status) layer. 2011. (http://insideidaho.org). Data generated by Cody Dawes, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. January 2016. Ownership categories: BLM – Bureau of Land Management, Private – private, USFS – US Forest Service, IR – Indian Reservation, State – State of Idaho. Files are named SlideLandownerhipFINAL1_6_16

Slope Class:Data generated from USGS Digital Elevation Model to identify slopes. Slopes were divided into 3 classes; 1-20, 21-40;>40. Data generated within 2015 fire boundary areas as identified by US Forest Service. Data generated by Nikki Lane, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. January 2016. Files are named slidepoly or SlideSlopeClassFINAL1_7_2016

Streams:Data shows streams (perennial and intermittent) within the Wash Complex 2015 fire boundary. Streams layer obtained from USGS. U.S. Rivers and Streams represent detailed rivers and streams in the United States. Data clipped and processed by Cody Dawes, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District in January 2016. Files named SlideStreamNames or SlideStreams

PrivateForestlandsBySlope:Data shows three slope classes (0-20, 20-40, >40) on private owned forestlands. Data generated from BLM ownership layer, USGS Digital Elevation Model, and the National Land Cover Database. Data generated by Cody Dawes, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. January 2016. File name SlideForestedAcresOnPrivateLandBySlope

Private land forested acres:Data shows privately owned forest acres burned during the 2015 event. Data generated by Cody Dawes, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. January 2016. File name SlideForestedAcresOnPrivateLand

Post Fire Debris Flow Analysis for stream segments:USGS post fire debris flow hazard analysis for stream segments within the 2015 fire boundary. Debris flow hazard classified as low (stream segments with low probability of debris flow occurrence and smallest debris flow volume), moderate (stream segments with relatively low probability of occurrence and larger debris flow volume estimates) and high (high probability of occurrence and large debris flow volume estimate). File names contain the wording slide2015_segment_dfpredictions_25yr or Slide25yrSegmentHazardRatingFINAL12_22_2015.

Post Fire Debris Flow Analysis for basins:USGS post fire debris flow hazard analysis for basins within the 2015 fire boundary. Debris flow hazard classified as low (basins with low probability of debris flow occurrence and smallest debris flow volume), moderate (basins with relatively low probability of occurrence and larger debris flow volume estimates) and high (high probability of occurrence and large debris flow volume estimate). File names contain the wording slide2015_basin_dfpredictions_25yr or Slide25yrBasinHazardRatingFINAL12_22_2015.

Planting Groups:Data layer contains forest planting groups as identified by USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. Data reflects private lands within the 2015 burned area that were forest land cover. Data compiled by Frank Gariglio, USDA NRCS Idaho State Forester, and Brian Gardner, USDA NRCS IDaho Soil Scientists. GIS layer processed by Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. Data layer generated January 2016. Files named SlideFireReforestationPlantingGroupDesignation or SlideFireReforestationPlantingGroupDesignationV1.0. Planting Group Descriptions:

Group 0 - burned areas that are assumed to be PIPO (Pinus Ponderosa)

Group 1 - PIPO (Pinus ponderosa) only

Group 2 - PIPO (Pinus ponderosa) dominant, with some PSMEC (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco var. glauca (Beissn.)) Rocky Mountain Douglas-fir

Group 3 - PSMEG( Pseudotsuga menziesii) Rocky Mtn Douglas Fir and PIPO (Pinus ponderosa) with some LAOC (Larix occidentalis Nutt.) western larch

Group 4 - PSMEG (Pseudotsuga menzeisii), LAOC (Larix occidentalis) and possibly PIPO (Pinus ponderosa) and PICO (Pinus contorta) Lodgepole Pine

Group 5 - PSMEG (Pseudotsuga menzeisii), LAOC (Larix occidentalis) and possible PIEN (Picea engelmannii Parry ex Engelm.) Engelmann spruce and PICO (Pinus contorta) Lodgepole Pine

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2016-17 IDFG Access Yes! Properties (New 07/19/2016)
Idaho Department of Fish and Game

Acess Yes! is a program designed to improve sportsmen's access to private land or through private land to public land by compensating willing landowners who provide access. Ultimately, the goal is to provide access to 1,000,000+ acres of private land along with access through private land to thousands more acres of public land.

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Post Fire Inventory and Assessment Files for 2015 Woodrat Fire
North Central Idaho Wildfire Restoration Group

Several data sets are available and are described as follows:

Burn Severity:This data set reflects the fire burn severity and classifies intensity into three categories. Data field verified and processed by the US Forest Service, Nez Perce and Clearwater National Forests, Kamiah, Idaho. Shape files and KMZ files are included. Files are named woodrat.

Fire Boundary:Data shows the 2015 fire boundary. Data generated by US Forest Service. File name contains the words heat perimeter.

Hillslope Erosion:Within the fire boundary, hillslope erosion rates were identified. Data was organized into one of four categories; low (0-1 tons/acre), moderate (1-10 tons/acre), high (10-50 tons/acre), and very high (>50 tons/acre). Potential hillslope erosion was estimated using the GeoWEPP model. GeoWEPP is a geo-spatial interface for WEPP (Water Erosion Prediction Project). GeoWEPP Model Runs completed by Mary Miller, Michigan Tech Research Institute and USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station, Moscow, Idaho. Map Generated by Nikki Lane, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. June 2016. Files named WoodratGeoWepp

Land Cover:Land cover categories generated from National Land Cover Database (2011, USGS). Data processed by clipping NLCD by 2015 fire boundary. Categories include; Developed, Open Space - Mix of constructed materials, but mostly lawn grasses. Impervious surfaces < 20% of total cover. Deciduous Forest - >20% deciduous trees. Evergreen Forest - >20% evergreen trees. Mixed Forest – >20% trees with mix of deciduous and evergreen trees. Shrub/Scrub >20% shrub vegetation. Grassland/Herbaceous - >80% grass /other herbaceous vegetation. Pasture/Hay - Areas of grasses, legumes, or grass-legume mixtures planted for livestock grazing or the production of seed or hay crops, typically on a perennial cycle. Cultivated Crops Areas used for the production of annual crops and/or being annually tilled. Woody Wetlands – Soils that are periodically saturated or covered with water and contain >20% forest or shrubland vegetation. Emergent Herbaceous Wetlands - Soils that are periodically saturated or covered with water and vegetation is >80% herbaceous. Data generated by Nikki Lane, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. Jan 2016. Files are named WoodratLandcoverFINAL_12_22_15.

Land ownership:Land ownership layer for 2015 fire boundary. Source data is BLM Federal Land Status layer clipped to 2015 fire boundary. Bureau of Land Management (BLM); Surface Management Agency (Federal Land Status) layer. 2011. (http://insideidaho.org). Data generated by Cody Dawes, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. January 2016. Ownership categories: BLM – Bureau of Land Management, Private – private, USFS – US Forest Service, IR – Indian Reservation, State – State of Idaho. Files are named WoodratLandownershipFINAL1_6_16

Slope Class:Data generated from USGS Digital Elevation Model to identify slopes. Slopes were divided into three classes; 1-20, 21-40;>40. Data generated within 2015 fire boundary areas as identified by US Forest Service. Data generated by Nikki Lane, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. January 2016. Files are named woodratpoly.

Streams:Data shows streams (perennial and intermittent) within the Woodrat Complex 2015 fire boundary. Streams layer obtained from USGS. U.S. Rivers and Streams represent detailed rivers and streams in the United States. Data clipped and processed by Cody Dawes, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District in January 2016. Files named WoodratStreams.

Private land forested acres:Data shows privately owned forest acres burned during the 2015 event. Data generated by intersecting the National Land Cover Database, with the 2015 burn boundary and the BLM Land Status Database, then filtering for forest land cover and private land. Data generated by Cody Dawes, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. January 2016. File name WoodratForestedAcresonPrivateLand.

Post Fire Debris Flow Analysis for stream segments:This data set represents a post fire debris flow hazard analysis for stream segments within the 2015 fire boundary. Debris flow hazard classified as low (stream segments with low probability of debris flow occurrence and smallest debris flow volume), moderate (stream segments with relatively low probability of occurrence and larger debris flow volume estimates) and high (high probability of occurrence and large debris flow volume estimate). The analysis was completed by Dennis Staley, US Geological Survey. File names contain the wording wrt2015_segment.

Post Fire Debris Flow Analysis for basins:This data set represents a post fire debris flow hazard analysis for basins within the 2015 fire boundary. Debris flow hazard classified as low ( basins with low probability of debris flow occurrence and smallest debris flow volume), moderate (basins with relatively low probability of occurrence and larger debris flow volume estimates) and high (high probability of occurrence and large debris flow volume estimate). The analysis was completed by Dennis Staley, US Geological Survey. File names contain the wording wrt2015_basin.

Planting Groups:Data layer contains forest planting groups as identified by USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. Data reflects private lands within the 2015 burned area that were forest land cover. Data generated by Frank Gariglio and Brian Gardner, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. GIS layer processed by Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. Data layer generated January 2016. Files named woodratplantinggroups. Planting Group Descriptions:

Group 0 - burned areas that are assumed to be PIPO (Pinus Ponderosa)

Group 1 - PIPO (Pinus ponderosa) only

Group 2 - PIPO (Pinus ponderosa) dominant, with some PSMEC (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco var. glauca (Beissn.)) Rocky Mountain Douglas-fir

Group 3 - PSMEG( Pseudotsuga menziesii) Rocky Mtn Douglas Fir and PIPO (Pinus ponderosa) with some LAOC (Larix occidentalis Nutt.) western larch

Group 4 - PSMEG (Pseudotsuga menzeisii), LAOC (Larix occidentalis) and possibly PIPO (Pinus ponderosa) and PICO (Pinus contorta) Lodgepole Pine

Group 5 - PSMEG (Pseudotsuga menzeisii), LAOC (Larix occidentalis) and possible PIEN (Picea engelmannii Parry ex Engelm.) Engelmann spruce and PICO (Pinus contorta) Lodgepole Pine

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Post Fire Inventory and Assessment Files for 2015 Wash Fire
North Central Idaho Wildfire Restoration Group

Several data sets are available and are described as follows:

Burn Severity:This data set reflects the fire burn severity and classifies intensity in to three categories. Data field verified and processed by the US Forest Service, Nez Perce and Clearwater National Forests, Kamiah, Idaho. Shape files and KMZ files are included. Files are named WashBurnSeverity

Fire Boundary:Data shows the 2015 fire boundary. Data generated by US Forest Service. File name: WashBoundary

Hillslope Erosion:Within the fire boundary, hillslope erosion rates were identified. Data was organized into one of four categories; low (0-1 tons/acre), moderate (1-10 tons/acre), high (10-50 tons/acre), and very high (>50 tons/acre). Potential hillslope erosion was estimated using the GeoWEPP model. GeoWEPP is a geo-spatial interface for WEPP (Water Erosion Prediction Project). GeoWEPP Model Runs completed by Mary Miller, Michigan Tech Research Institute and USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station, Moscow, Idaho. Map Generated by Nikki Lane, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. June 2016. Files named WashGeoWepp

Land Cover:Land cover categories generated from National Land Cover Database (2011, USGS). Data processed by clipping NLCD by 2015 fire boundary. Fire boundary generated from InciWeb. Categories include; Developed, Open Space - Mix of constructed materials, but mostly lawn grasses. Impervious surfaces < 20% of total cover. Deciduous Forest - >20% deciduous trees. Evergreen Forest - >20% evergreen trees. Mixed Forest – >20% trees with mix of deciduous and evergreen trees. Shrub/Scrub >20% shrub vegetation. Grassland/Herbaceous - >80% grass /other herbaceous vegetation. Pasture/Hay - Areas of grasses, legumes, or grass-legume mixtures planted for livestock grazing or the production of seed or hay crops, typically on a perennial cycle. Cultivated Crops Areas used for the production of annual crops and/or being annually tilled. Woody Wetlands – Soils that are periodically saturated or covered with water and contain >20% forest or shrubland vegetation. Emergent Herbaceous Wetlands Soils that are periodically saturated or covered with water and vegetation is >80% herbaceous. Data generated by Nikki Lane, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. Jan 2016. Files are named WashLandcover_12_22_15

Land Ownership:Ownership layer for 2015 fire boundary. Source data is BLM Federal Land Status layer clipped to 2015 fire boundary obtained from InciWeb. Bureau of Land Management (BLM); Surface Management Agency (Federal Land Status) layer. 2011. (http://insideidaho.org). Data generated by Cody Dawes, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. January 2016. Ownership categories: BLM – Bureau of Land Management, Private – private, USFS – US Forest Service, IR – Indian Reservation, State – State of Idaho. Files are named WashLandownershipFINAL1_6_16 or WashLandStatus.

Slope Class:Data generated from USGS Digital Elevation Model to identify slopes. Slopes were divided into 3 classes; 1-20, 21-40;>40. Data generated within 2015 fire boundary areas as identified by US Forest Service. Data generated by Nikki Lane, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. January 2016. Files are named WashPoly or WashSlopeClassFinal_1_7_16

Streams:Data shows streams (perennial and intermittent) within the Wash Complex 2015 fire boundary. Streams layer obtained from USGS. U.S. Rivers and Streams represent detailed rivers and streams in the United States. Data clipped and processed by Cody Dawes, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District in January 2016. Files named WashStreamNames or Wash Streams

PrivateForestlandsBySlope:Data shows three slope classes (0-20, 20-40, >40) on private owned forestlands. Data generated from BLM ownership layer, USGS Digital Elevation Model, and the National Land Cover Database. Data generated by Cody Dawes, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. January 2016. File name WashForestedAcresOnPrivateLandBySlope or WashPrivateForestlandSlopeClassFINAL_1_7_16

Private land forested acres:Data shows privately owned forest acres burned during the 2015 event. Data generated by Cody Dawes, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. January 2016. File name WashForestedAcresOnPrivateLand

Post Fire Debris Flow Analysis for stream segments:USGS post fire debris flow hazard analysis for stream segments within the 2015 fire boundary. Debris flow hazard classified as low (stream segments with low probability of debris flow occurrence and smallest debris flow volume), moderate (stream segments with relatively low probability of occurrence and larger debris flow volume estimates) and high (high probability of occurrence and large debris flow volume estimate). File names contain the wording segment_dfprediction or Segment Hazard.

Post Fire Debris Flow Analysis for basins:USGS post fire debris flow hazard analysis for basins within the 2015 fire boundary. Debris flow hazard classified as low (basins with low probability of debris flow occurrence and smallest debris flow volume), moderate (basins with relatively low probability of occurrence and larger debris flow volume estimates) and high (high probability of occurrence and large debris flow volume estimate). File names contain the wording basin_dfpredictions or Basin Hazard.

Planting Groups:Data layer contains forest planting groups as identified by USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. Data reflects private lands within the 2015 burned area that were forest land cover. Data compiled by Frank Gariglio, USDA NRCS Idaho State Forester, and Brian Gardner, USDA NRCS IDaho Soil Scientists. GIS layer processed by Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. Data layer generated January 2016. Files named WashFireReforestationPlantingGroupDesignations or washplaintinggroups. Planting Group Descriptions:

Group 0 - burned areas that are assumed to be PIPO (Pinus Ponderosa)

Group 1 - PIPO (Pinus ponderosa) only

Group 2 - PIPO (Pinus ponderosa) dominant, with some PSMEC (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco var. glauca (Beissn.)) Rocky Mountain Douglas-fir

Group 3 - PSMEG( Pseudotsuga menziesii) Rocky Mtn Douglas Fir and PIPO (Pinus ponderosa) with some LAOC (Larix occidentalis Nutt.) western larch

Group 4 - PSMEG (Pseudotsuga menzeisii), LAOC (Larix occidentalis) and possibly PIPO (Pinus ponderosa) and PICO (Pinus contorta) Lodgepole Pine

Group 5 - PSMEG (Pseudotsuga menzeisii), LAOC (Larix occidentalis) and possible PIEN (Picea engelmannii Parry ex Engelm.) Engelmann spruce and PICO (Pinus contorta) Lodgepole Pine

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Post Fire Inventory and Assessment Files for 2015 Tepee Springs Fire
North Central Idaho Wildfire Restoration Group

Several data sets are available and are described as follows:

Burn Severity:This data set reflects the fire burn severity and classifies intensity in to three categories. Data field verified and processed by the US Forest Service, Nez Perce and Clearwater National Forests, Kamiah, Idaho. Shape files and KMZ files are included. Files are named TepeeSprings.

Fire Boundary:Data shows the 2015 fire boundary. Data generated by US Forest Service. File name contains the words heat perimeter or TepeeSprings.

Hillslope Erosion:Within the fire boundary, hillslope erosion rates were identified. Data was organized into one of four categories; low (0-1 tons/acre), moderate (1-10 tons/acre), high (10-50 tons/acre), and very high (>50 tons/acre). Potential hillslope erosion was estimated using the GeoWEPP model. GeoWEPP is a geo-spatial interface for WEPP (Water Erosion Prediction Project). GeoWEPP Model Runs completed by Mary Miller, Michigan Tech Research Institute and USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station, Moscow, Idaho. Map Generated by Nikki Lane, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. June 2016. Files named TepeeSpringsGeoWepp

Land Cover:Land cover categories generated from National Land Cover Database (2011, USGS). Data processed by clipping NLCD by 2015 fire boundary. Categories include; Developed, Open Space - Mix of constructed materials, but mostly lawn grasses. Impervious surfaces < 20% of total cover. Deciduous Forest - >20% deciduous trees. Evergreen Forest - >20% evergreen trees. Mixed Forest – >20% trees with mix of deciduous and evergreen trees. Shrub/Scrub >20% shrub vegetation. Grassland/Herbaceous - >80% grass /other herbaceous vegetation. Pasture/Hay - Areas of grasses, legumes, or grass-legume mixtures planted for livestock grazing or the production of seed or hay crops, typically on a perennial cycle. Cultivated Crops Areas used for the production of annual crops and/or being annually tilled. Woody Wetlands – Soils that are periodically saturated or covered with water and contain >20% forest or shrub land vegetation. Emergent Herbaceous Wetlands - Soils that are periodically saturated or covered with water and vegetation is >80% herbaceous. Data generated by Nikki Lane, Nez Perce soil and Water Conservation District. Jan 2016. Files contain the words TepeeSpringsLandCover.

Land ownership:Land ownership layer for 2015 fire boundary. Source data is BLM Federal Land Status layer clipped to 2015 fire boundary. Bureau of Land Management (BLM); Surface Management Agency (Federal Land Status) layer. 2011. (http://insideidaho.org). Data generated by Cody Dawes, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. January 2016. Ownership categories: BLM – Bureau of Land Management, Private – private, USFS – US Forest Service, IR – Indian Reservation, State – State of Idaho. Files contain the words TepeeSpringsLandStatus or land ownership.

Slope Class:Data generated from USGS Digital Elevation Model to identify slopes. Slopes were divided into three classes; 1-20, 21-40 ;> 40. Data generated within 2015 fire boundary areas as identified by US Forest Service. Data generated by Nikki Lane, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. January 2016. Files are named TepeeSpringSlope_1_22_16.

Streams:Data shows streams (perennial and intermittent) within the Tepee Springs 2015 fire boundary. Streams layer obtained from USGS. U.S. Rivers and Streams represent detailed rivers and streams in the United States. Data clipped and processed by Cody Dawes, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District in January 2016. Files named TepeeSpringsStreamNames or TepeeSpringsStreams.

PrivateForestlandsBySlope:Data shows three slope classes (0-20, 20-40, >40) on private owned forestlands. Data generated from BLM ownership layer, USGS Digital Elevation Model, and the National Land Cover Database. Data generated by Cody Dawes, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. January 2016. File name TepeeSpringsForestedAcersOnPrivateLandBySlope.

Private land forested acres:Data shows privately owned forest acres burned during the 2015 event. Data generated by Cody Dawes, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. January 2016. Files contain the words TepeeSpringsForestedAcresOnPrivate.

Post Fire Debris Flow Analysis for stream segments:USGS post fire debris flow hazard analysis for stream segments within the 2015 fire boundary. Debris flow hazard classified as low (stream segments with low probability of debris flow occurrence and smallest debris flow volume), moderate (stream segments with relatively low probability of occurrence and larger debris flow volume estimates) and high (high probability of occurrence and large debris flow volume estimate). File names contain the wording tep2015_segment.

Post Fire Debris Flow Analysis for basins:USGS post fire debris flow hazard analysis for basins within the 2015 fire boundary. Debris flow hazard classified as low (basins with low probability of debris flow occurrence and smallest debris flow volume), moderate (basins with relatively low probability of occurrence and larger debris flow volume estimates) and high (high probability of occurrence and large debris flow volume estimate). File names contain the wording tep2015_basin.

Planting Groups:Data layer contains forest planting groups as identified by USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. Data reflects private lands within the 2015 burned area that was forest land cover. Data compiled by Frank Gariglio, USDA NRCS Idaho State Forester, and Brian Gardner, USDA NRCS Idaho Soil Scientists. GIS layer processed by Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. Data layer generated January 2016. Files named TepeeSpringsFireReforestationPlantingGroup. Planting Group Descriptions:

Group 0 - burned areas that are assumed to be PIPO (Pinus Ponderosa)

Group 1 - PIPO (Pinus ponderosa) only

Group 2 - PIPO (Pinus ponderosa) dominant, with some PSMEC (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco var. glauca (Beissn.)) Rocky Mountain Douglas-fir

Group 3 - PSMEG (Pseudotsuga menziesii) Rocky Mtn Douglas Fir and PIPO (Pinus ponderosa) with some LAOC (Larix occidentalis Nutt.) western larch

Group 4 - PSMEG (Pseudotsuga menzeisii), LAOC (Larix occidentalis) and possibly PIPO (Pinus ponderosa) and PICO (Pinus contorta) Lodgepole Pine

Group 5 - PSMEG (Pseudotsuga menzeisii), LAOC (Larix occidentalis) and possible PIEN (Picea engelmannii Parry ex Engelm.) Engelmann spruce and PICO (Pinus contorta) Lodgepole Pine

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Post Fire Inventory and Assessment Files for 2015 Clearwater Fire
North Central Idaho Wildfire Restoration Group

Several data sets are available and are described as follows:

Burn Severity:This data set reflects the fire burn severity and classifies intensity in to three categories. Data field verified and processed by the US Forest Service, Nez Perce and Clearwater National Forests, Orofino, Idaho. Shape files and KMZ files are included. Files are named ClearwaterComplexFireBurnSeverity or ClearwaterComplex_SBS.

Fire Boundary:Data shows the 2015 fire boundary. Data generated by US Forest Service. File name: 20150826_0002_MDT_ClearwaterComplex_IR_HeatPerimeter or Clearwater Complex Fire Boundary.

Hillslope Erosion:Within the fire boundary, hillslope erosion rates were identified. Data was organized into one of four categories; low (0-1 tons/acre), moderate (1-10 tons/acre), high (10-50 tons/acre), and very high (>50 tons/acre). Potential hillslope erosion was estimated using the GeoWEPP model. GeoWEPP is a geo-spatial interface for WEPP (Water Erosion Prediction Project). GeoWEPP Model Runs completed by Mary Miller, Michigan Tech Research Institute and USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station, Moscow, Idaho. Map Generated by Nikki Lane, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. June 2016. Files named ClearwaterComplexGeoWepp

Land Cover:Land cover categories generated from National Land Cover Database (2011, USGS). Data processed by clipping NLCD by 2015 fire boundary. Fire boundary generated from InciWeb. Categories include; Developed, Open Space - Mix of constructed materials, but mostly lawn grasses. Impervious surfaces < 20% of total cover. Deciduous Forest - >20% deciduous trees. Evergreen Forest - >20% evergreen trees. Mixed Forest – >20% trees with mix of deciduous and evergreen trees. Shrub/Scrub >20% shrub vegetation. Grassland/Herbaceous - >80% grass /other herbaceous vegetation. Pasture/Hay - Areas of grasses, legumes, or grass-legume mixtures planted for livestock grazing or the production of seed or hay crops, typically on a perennial cycle. Cultivated Crops Areas used for the production of annual crops and/or being annually tilled. Woody Wetlands – Soils that are periodically saturated or covered with water and contain >20% forest or shrubland vegetation. Emergent Herbaceous Wetlands Soils that are periodically saturated or covered with water and vegetation is >80% herbaceous. Data generated by Nikki Lane, Nez Perce soil and Water Conservation District. Jan 2016. Files are named ClearwaterComplexLandCoverFINAL1_5_15

Land Ownership:Ownership layer for 2015 fire boundary. Source data is BLM Federal Land Status layer clipped to 2015 fire boundary obtained from InciWeb. Bureau of Land Management (BLM); Surface Management Agency (Federal Land Status) layer. 2011. (http://insideidaho.org). Data generated by Cody Dawes, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. January 2016. Ownership categories: BLM – Bureau of Land Management, Private – private, USFS – US Forest Service, IR – Indian Reservation, State – State of Idaho. Files are named ClearwaterComplexOwnershipFINAL1_6_2016

Slope Class:Data generated from USGS Digital Elevation Model to identify slopes. Slopes were divided into 3 classes; 1-20, 21-40;>40. Data generated within 2015 fire boundary areas as identified by US Forest Service. Data generated by Nikki Lane, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. January 2016. Files are named ClearwaterSlopeClassFinal or ClearwaterComplexSlopeClassFINAL_1_7_16.

Streams:Data shows streams (perennial and intermittent) within the Wash Complex 2015 fire boundary. Streams layer obtained from USGS. U.S. Rivers and Streams represent detailed rivers and streams in the United States. Data clipped and processed by Cody Dawes, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District in January 2016. Files named ClearwaterComplexStreamNames

PrivateForestlandsBySlope:Data shows three slope classes (0-20, 20-40, >40) on private owned forestlands. Data generated from BLM ownership layer, USGS Digital Elevation Model, and the National Land Cover Database. Data generated by Cody Dawes, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. January 2016. File name ClearwaterForestedAreaonPrivateLandBySlope or ClearwaterComplexPrivateForestLandSlopeClassesFINAL_1_7_16.

Private land forested acres:Data shows privately owned forest acres burned during the 2015 event. Data generated by Cody Dawes, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. January 2016. File name ClearwaterComplexForestedAcresOnPrivateLand

Post Fire Debris Flow Analysis for stream segments:USGS post fire debris flow hazard analysis for stream segments within the 2015 fire boundary. Debris flow hazard classified as low (stream segments with low probability of debris flow occurrence and smallest debris flow volume), moderate (stream segments with relatively low probability of occurrence and larger debris flow volume estimates) and high (high probability of occurrence and large debris flow volume estimate). File names contain the wording clw2015_segment_dfpredictions_25yr or ClearwaterComplexSegmentHazard25yr.

Post Fire Debris Flow Analysis for basins:USGS post fire debris flow hazard analysis for basins within the 2015 fire boundary. Debris flow hazard classified as low (basins with low probability of debris flow occurrence and smallest debris flow volume), moderate (basins with relatively low probability of occurrence and larger debris flow volume estimates) and high (high probability of occurrence and large debris flow volume estimate). File names contain the wording clw2015_basin_dfpredictions_25yr or ClearwaterComplex25YRbasinVolume.

Planting Groups:Data layer contains forest planting groups as identified by USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. Data reflects private lands within the 2015 burned area that were forest land cover. Data compiled by Frank Gariglio, USDA NRCS Idaho State Forester, and Brian Gardner, USDA NRCS IDaho Soil Scientists. GIS layer processed by Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. Data layer generated January 2016. Files named clearwatercomplexplantinggroups or ClearwaterComplexReforestationPlantingGroupDesignationV1.0. Planting Group Descriptions:

Group 0 - burned areas that are assumed to be PIPO (Pinus Ponderosa)

Group 1 - PIPO (Pinus ponderosa) only

Group 2 - PIPO (Pinus ponderosa) dominant, with some PSMEC (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco var. glauca (Beissn.)) Rocky Mountain Douglas-fir

Group 3 - PSMEG( Pseudotsuga menziesii) Rocky Mtn Douglas Fir and PIPO (Pinus ponderosa) with some LAOC (Larix occidentalis Nutt.) western larch

Group 4 - PSMEG (Pseudotsuga menzeisii), LAOC (Larix occidentalis) and possibly PIPO (Pinus ponderosa) and PICO (Pinus contorta) Lodgepole Pine

Group 5 - PSMEG (Pseudotsuga menzeisii), LAOC (Larix occidentalis) and possible PIEN (Picea engelmannii Parry ex Engelm.) Engelmann spruce and PICO (Pinus contorta) Lodgepole Pine

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Post Fire Inventory and Assessment Files for 2015 Noble Fire
North Central Idaho Wildfire Restoration Group

Several data sets are available and are described as follows:

Burn Severity:This data set reflects the fire burn severity and classifies intensity into three categories. Data field verified and processed by the US Forest Service, Nez Perce and Clearwater National Forests, Kamiah, Idaho. Shape files and KMZ files are included. Files are named noble_burnseverity or Noble Burn Severity.

Fire Boundary:Data shows the 2015 fire boundary. Data generated by US Forest Service. File name contains the Noble Fire Boundary or Noble Fire BoundaryFINAL1_4_2016.

Hillslope Erosion:Within the fire boundary, hillslope erosion rates were identified. Data was organized into one of four categories; low (0-1 tons/acre), moderate (1-10 tons/acre), high (10-50 tons/acre), and very high (>50 tons/acre). Potential hillslope erosion was estimated using the GeoWEPP model. GeoWEPP is a geo-spatial interface for WEPP (Water Erosion Prediction Project). GeoWEPP Model Runs completed by Mary Miller, Michigan Tech Research Institute and USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station, Moscow, Idaho. Map Generated by Nikki Lane, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. June 2016. Files named NobleGeoWepp

Land Cover:Land cover categories generated from National Land Cover Database (2011, USGS). Data processed by clipping NLCD by 2015 fire boundary. Categories include; Developed, Open Space - Mix of constructed materials, but mostly lawn grasses. Impervious surfaces < 20% of total cover. Deciduous Forest - >20% deciduous trees. Evergreen Forest - >20% evergreen trees. Mixed Forest – >20% trees with mix of deciduous and evergreen trees. Shrub/Scrub >20% shrub vegetation. Grassland/Herbaceous - >80% grass /other herbaceous vegetation. Pasture/Hay - Areas of grasses, legumes, or grass-legume mixtures planted for livestock grazing or the production of seed or hay crops, typically on a perennial cycle. Cultivated Crops Areas used for the production of annual crops and/or being annually tilled. Woody Wetlands – Soils that are periodically saturated or covered with water and contain >20% forest or shrubland vegetation. Emergent Herbaceous Wetlands - Soils that are periodically saturated or covered with water and vegetation is >80% herbaceous. Data generated by Nikki Lane, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. Jan 2016. Files are named NobleLandcoverFINAL_12_22_15.

Land ownership:Land ownership layer for 2015 fire boundary. Source data is BLM Federal Land Status layer clipped to 2015 fire boundary. Bureau of Land Management (BLM); Surface Management Agency (Federal Land Status) layer. 2011. (http://insideidaho.org). Data generated by Cody Dawes, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. January 2016. Ownership categories: BLM – Bureau of Land Management, Private – private, USFS – US Forest Service, IR – Indian Reservation, State – State of Idaho. Files are named NobleLandownershipFINAL1_6_16 or NobleLandStatus.

Slope Class:Data generated from USGS Digital Elevation Model to identify slopes. Slopes were divided into three classes; 1-20, 21-40;>40. Data generated within 2015 fire boundary areas as identified by US Forest Service. Data generated by Nikki Lane, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. January 2016. Files are named noble slope or NobleSlopeClassFINAL_1_7_16.

Streams:Data shows streams (perennial and intermittent) within the Woodrat Complex 2015 fire boundary. Streams layer obtained from USGS. U.S. Rivers and Streams represent detailed rivers and streams in the United States. Data clipped and processed by Cody Dawes, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District in January 2016. Files named NobleStreamNames or NobleStreams.

Private land forested acres:Data shows privately owned forest acres burned during the 2015 event. Data generated by intersecting the National Land Cover Database, with the 2015 burn boundary and the BLM Land Status Database, then filtering for forest land cover and private land. Data generated by Cody Dawes, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. January 2016. File name NobleForestedAcresOnPrivateLand.

PrivateForestlandsBySlope:Data shows three slope classes (0-20, 20-40, >40) on private owned forestlands. Data generated from BLM ownership layer, USGS Digital Elevation Model, and the National Land Cover Database. Data generated by Cody Dawes, Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. January 2016. File name NoblePrivateAreaonForestedLandBySlope

Post Fire Debris Flow Analysis for stream segments:This data set represents a post fire debris flow hazard analysis for stream segments within the 2015 fire boundary. Debris flow hazard classified as low (stream segments with low probability of debris flow occurrence and smallest debris flow volume), moderate (stream segments with relatively low probability of occurrence and larger debris flow volume estimates) and high (high probability of occurrence and large debris flow volume estimate). The analysis was completed by Dennis Staley, US Geological Survey. File names contain the wording nob2015_segment_dfpredictions_25yr or Noble 25yr Segment Hazard12_24_2015.

Post Fire Debris Flow Analysis for basins:This data set represents a post fire debris flow hazard analysis for basins within the 2015 fire boundary. Debris flow hazard classified as low ( basins with low probability of debris flow occurrence and smallest debris flow volume), moderate (basins with relatively low probability of occurrence and larger debris flow volume estimates) and high (high probability of occurrence and large debris flow volume estimate). The analysis was completed by Dennis Staley, US Geological Survey. File names contain the wording nob2015_basin_dfpredictions_25yr or Noble 25yr Basin Hazard12_24_2015.

Planting Groups:Data layer contains forest planting groups as identified by USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. Data reflects private lands within the 2015 burned area that were forest land cover. Data generated by Frank Gariglio and Brian Gardner, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. GIS layer processed by Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District. Data layer generated January 2016. Files named NobleFireReforestationPlantingGroupDesignation or NobleFireReforestationPlantingGroupDesignationV1.0. Planting Group Descriptions:

Group 0 - burned areas that are assumed to be PIPO (Pinus Ponderosa)

Group 1 - PIPO (Pinus ponderosa) only

Group 2 - PIPO (Pinus ponderosa) dominant, with some PSMEC (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco var. glauca (Beissn.)) Rocky Mountain Douglas-fir

Group 3 - PSMEG( Pseudotsuga menziesii) Rocky Mtn Douglas Fir and PIPO (Pinus ponderosa) with some LAOC (Larix occidentalis Nutt.) western larch

Group 4 - PSMEG (Pseudotsuga menzeisii), LAOC (Larix occidentalis) and possibly PIPO (Pinus ponderosa) and PICO (Pinus contorta) Lodgepole Pine

Group 5 - PSMEG (Pseudotsuga menzeisii), LAOC (Larix occidentalis) and possible PIEN (Picea engelmannii Parry ex Engelm.) Engelmann spruce and PICO (Pinus contorta) Lodgepole Pine

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