Metadata: MNDNR Native Prairies

MNDNR Native Prairies

This page last updated: 04/01/2020
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  1. Overview
  2. Data Quality
  3. Data Organization
  4. Coordinate System
  5. Attributes
  6. Distribution - Get Data
  7. Metadata Reference

Section 1: Overview

Originator:Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR)

Title: MNDNR Native Prairies

Abstract: Native prairie polygons are a subset of a larger database of DNR Native Plant Communities and are the result of that classification system and protocol.

As a subset of the DNR Native Plant Communities dataset, this dataset contains selected native plant community classifications (prairies) that result from the Minnesota Biological Survey (MBS), State Park land cover data, Forestry native plant community data, and Wildlife Management Areas land cover data. It includes polygons representing the highest quality native prairie communities remaining in surveyed areas. These native prairie communities are important areas for conservation.

Native plant communities (sometimes also referred to as "natural communities") are groups of native plants that interact with each other and their surrounding environment in ways not greatly altered by modern human activity or by introduced plant or animal species. These groups of native species form recognizable units, such as an oak forest, a prairie, or a marsh, that tend to repeat across the landscape and over time.

Native plant communities are generally classified and described by considering vegetation, hydrology, land forms, soils, and natural disturbance regimes. The native plant community types and subtypes in this data layer are classified primarily by vegetation and major habitat features.

Areas that are not mapped as native plant community polygons primarily represent: 1) land where modern human activities such as farming, overgrazing, wetland drainage, recent logging and residential and commercial development have destroyed or greatly altered the natural vegetation; and 2) native plant community polygons that were below minimal size criteria.

Note: some areas that are not mapped are important for conservation. They may include habitat for native plants and animals, corridors for animal movement, buffers surrounding high quality natural areas and open space, and target areas for restoration.

Purpose: To foster better understanding and protection of Minnesota's native prairies.

Time Period of Content Date: 04/30/2020

Currentness Reference: Time Period of Content date indicates the date which the user can be confident of accuracy and completeness of the dataset. See the attribute field OBSERVATION_YEAR which indicates when specific features were observed.

Progress: In work

Maintenance and Update Frequency: Continually

Spatial Extent of Data:

Bounding Coordinates: -96.810633
-89.787973
49.015581
43.436939

Place Keywords: Minnesota, MN

Theme Keywords: biota, Native Plant Communities, Natural Communities, Rare Plants, Prairie

Theme Keyword Thesaurus: ISO 19115 Category

Access Constraints: None

Use Constraints: Use of the data are constrained only by the DNR GIS Data License Agreement. See the Distribution Liability section below for a link. Users must also include an acknowledgment of the Minnesota Biological Survey as the source of information to any derived products.

Contact Person Information: Jason Johnson, Ecologist
Minnesota DNR - Ecological and Water Resources
Box 25
Saint Paul, MN  55155
Phone: 651-259-5150
Email: jason.johnson@state.mn.us

Browse Graphic: Click to view a data sample.


Associated Data Sets: DNR Native Plant Communities

Section 2: Data Quality

Attribute Accuracy: Attributes go through a rigorous certification process

Logical Consistency: Data are topologically structured and verified.

Completeness: Data are complete for each county with MBS data and all State Parks. State Forests and WMA are partially complete.

Horizontal Positional Accuracy: No quantitative studies of horizontal positional accuracy exist for the data. Positional accuracy can be reasonably estimated based on the characteristics of source materials and processing techniques to be 45-60 feet (14-18 meters) from correct position.

Vertical Positional Accuracy: Not Applicable

Lineage: This data is extracted from the Minnesota DNR's Native Plant Community database sytem. Candidate features and attributes go through extensive verification and quality control before being certified for publishing through the MNDNR's Geospatial Data Resource site and the Minnesota Geospatial Commons.

Section 3: Spatial Data Organization (not used in this metadata)


Section 4: Coordinate System

Horizontal Coordinate Scheme: Universal Transverse Mercator

UTM Zone Number: 15

Horizontal Datum: NAD83

Horizontal Units: meters

Vertical Datum: not applicable

Vertical Units: Not Applicable

Depth Datum: not applicable

Depth Units: Not Applicable

Section 5: Attributes

Overview: This derived product includes coded fields (described in the deatailed section of this metadata) as well as descriptive fields, where the meanings of the codes have been added to this product for user convenience. We have simply documented the coded fields here and included their valid value domains and descriptive meanings.

***Definitions for NPC complex codes which occur in the NPC_code field are found at NPC Complex list.

*** For more details on the particular g-rank crosswalk for an NPC classification (most helpful in the cases of an 'or' in the g-rank), see MN Crosswalk to NVC 2.0 Classification.

*** For a list of g-ranks and s-ranks by NPC and complex classification, see S and G ranks.


Detailed Citation:

Table Detail:
dnr_native_prairies - Primary Feature Class Attribute Table
Field NameValid ValuesDefinitionDefinition Source
NPC
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Concatonation of NPC_code and NPC_description fields. Useful for creating map legends.
NPC_codeenumeratedNative Plant Community and Complex codes. NPC Complex codes end in end in _CX.Field Guide to the Native Plant Communities of Minnesota (see http://www.dnr.state.mn.us/npc/classification.html)
UPUpland Prairie System
UPnUpland Prairie System Northern
UPn12Northern Dry Prairie
UPn12aDry Barrens Prairie (Northern)
UPn12bDry Sand - Gravel Prairie (Northern)
UPn12cDry Sand - Gravel Brush-Prairie (Northern)
UPn12dDry Hill Prairie (Northern)
UPn13Northern Dry Savanna
UPn13aDry Barrens Jack Pine Savanna (Northern)
UPn13bDry Barrens Oak Savanna (Northern)
UPn13cDry Sand - Gravel Oak Savanna (Northern)
UPn13dDry Hill Oak Savanna (Northern)
UPn23Northern Mesic Prairie
UPn23aMesic Brush-Prairie (Northern)
UPn23bMesic Prairie (Northern)
UPn24Northern Mesic Savanna
UPn24aMesic Oak Savanna (Northern)
UPn24bAspen Openings (Northern)
UPsUpland Prairie System Southern
UPs13Southern Dry Prairie
UPs13aDry Barrens Prairie (Southern)
UPs13bDry Sand - Gravel Prairie (Southern)
UPs13cDry Bedrock Bluff Prairie (Southern)
UPs13dDry Hill Prairie (Southern)
UPs14Southern Dry Savanna
UPs14aDry Barrens Oak Savanna (Southern)
UPs14a1Dry Barrens Oak Savanna (Southern): Jack Pine Subtype
UPs14a2Dry Barrens Oak Savanna (Southern): Oak Subtype
UPs14bDry Sand - Gravel Oak Savanna (Southern)
UPs14cDry Hill Oak Savanna (Southern)
UPs23Southern Mesic Prairie
UPs23aMesic Prairie (Southern)
UPs24Southern Mesic Savanna
UPs24aMesic Oak Savanna (Southern)
WPWetland Prairie System
WPnWetland Prairie System Northern
WPn53Northern Wet Prairie
WPn53aWet Seepage Prairie (Northern)
WPn53bWet Brush-Prairie (Northern)
WPn53cWet Prairie (Northern)
WPn53dWet Saline Prairie (Northern)
WPsWetland Prairie System Southern
WPs54Southern Wet Prairie
WPs54aWet Seepage Prairie (Southern)
WPs54bWet Prairie (Southern)
WPs54cWet Saline Prairie (Southern)
ASP_CXAspen Parkland Complexcomplex list (see Section 5 overview)
ASR_CXAgassiz Shoreline Ridge and Swale Complexcomplex list (see Section 5 overview)
PBW_CXParkland Brush Prairie - Wetland Complexcomplex list (see Section 5 overview)
PMA_CXWet-Mesic Prairie / Lowland Aspen Complexcomplex list (see Section 5 overview)
PWL_CXPrairie Wetland Complexcomplex list (see Section 5 overview)
ROP_CXRock Outcrop - Dry Prairie Complexcomplex list (see Section 5 overview)
SWP_CXSaline Wet Prairie Complexcomplex list (see Section 5 overview)
AIP_CXAgassiz Interbeach Prairie Complexcomplex list (see Section 5 overview)
DPW_CXDry Prairie - Woodland Complex - Centralcomplex list (see Section 5 overview)
ABR_CXAgassiz Beach Ridge Complexcomplex list (see Section 5 overview)
condition_rankenumeratedStandard ranking of condition of native plant community.Guidelines for Assigning Statewide Biodiversity Significance Ranks to Minnesota County Biological Survey Sites (http://files.dnr.state.mn.us/eco/mcbs/biodiversity_significance_ranking.pdf)
AA
ABAB
BB
BCBC
CC
CDCD
DD
NRNot Ranked
system_codeenumeratedTwo character substring of NPC_code indicating system level of the classification.Field Guide to the Native Plant Communities of Minnesota (see http://www.dnr.state.mn.us/npc/classification.html)
CMXComplex community
UPUpland Prairie System
WPWetland Prairie System
floristic_region_codeenumeratedThree character NPC_code substring indicating MBS Floristic Region CodeField Guide to the Native Plant Communities of Minnesota (see http://www.dnr.state.mn.us/npc/classification.html)
CMXComplex community
UPnUpland Prairie System, Northern Floristic Region
UPsUpland Prairie System, Southern Floristic Region
WPnWetland Prairie System, Northern Floristic Region
WPsWetland Prairie System, Southern Floristic Region
class_code
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Five character substring of NPC_code, indicating NPC Class within which this community falls.Field Guide to the Native Plant Communities of Minnesota (see http://www.dnr.state.mn.us/npc/classification.html)
s_rank_codeenumeratedSubNational (State) Conservation Rank Code: The native plant community (NPC) types and subtypes recognized in Minnesota have been assigned conservation status ranks (S-ranks) that reflect the risk of elimination of the community from Minnesota.NatureServe Conservation Status Rank: Interpreting G-ranks and S-ranks for Native Plant Communities (Version 1.3, April 1, 2009)
S1critically imperiledNatureServe (https://www.natureserve.org/conservation-tools/conservation-status-assessment)
S2imperiledNatureServe (https://www.natureserve.org/conservation-tools/conservation-status-assessment)
S3vulnerable to extirpation or extinctionNatureServe (https://www.natureserve.org/conservation-tools/conservation-status-assessment)
S4apparently secureNatureServe (https://www.natureserve.org/conservation-tools/conservation-status-assessment)
S5demonstrably widespread, abundant, and secureNatureServe (https://www.natureserve.org/conservation-tools/conservation-status-assessment)
s_rank_catenumeratedSubnational (State) Conservation Status Rank - Categories: This field shows the subnational (state) conservation status rank (s-rank) as one of three categories: 1) S1-S3, 2) Possible S1-S3, and 3) not S1-S3.
S1-S3The polygon is S1, S2 or S3.
Possible S1-S3The polygon (or parts of it) may be S1, S2 or S3 if it was classified to a more precise level of the classification system (i.e. type or subtype level).
Not S1-S3The polygon is not S1, S2 or S3.
s_rank_highest_riskenumeratedSubnational (State) Conservation Status Ranks - Highest Risk: This field contains the highest risk s-rank(s) associated with a classification. This will be equivalent to the s_rank_code field if the classification is to the subtype level (e.g. WMs83a1) or if at the type level (e.g. WMs83a1) when there is no ‘or’ in the s_rank_code risk value. If the classification is to class (e.g. WMs83) or to type when there is an ‘or’ in the s_rank_code, the value will be the s-rank representing the most vulnerability (e.g. s_rank_code of ‘S2 or S3’ will receive ‘S2’). Class level s-rank highest risk values will contain parentheses to show that the value is based on the highest risk of all the s-ranks values of its types and subtypes. Another use of the parentheses is for when the classification is a Complex code in which case the value in parentheses represents the highest risk s-rank for all the classifications found in that complex. (See S and G ranks link in the overview section above for a list of all s-rank values by native plant community and complex classification.)NatureServe Conservation Status Rank: Interpreting G-ranks and S-ranks for Native Plant Communities (Version 1.3, April 1, 2009)
S1critically imperiledNatureServe (https://www.natureserve.org/conservation-tools/conservation-status-assessment)
S2imperiledNatureServe (https://www.natureserve.org/conservation-tools/conservation-status-assessment)
S3vulnerable to extirpationNatureServe (https://www.natureserve.org/conservation-tools/conservation-status-assessment)
S4apparently secure; uncommon but not rareNatureServe (https://www.natureserve.org/conservation-tools/conservation-status-assessment)
S5secure, common, widespread, and abundantNatureServe (https://www.natureserve.org/conservation-tools/conservation-status-assessment)
(S1)S1 is the highest risk s-rank of the s-ranks of all the subordinate type and subtype classifications within this classification.
(S2)S2 is the highest risk s-rank of the s-ranks of all the subordinate type and subtype classifications within this classification.
(S3)S3 is the highest risk s-rank of the s-ranks of all the subordinate type and subtype classifications within this classification
(S4)S4 is the highest risk s-rank of the s-ranks of all the subordinate type and subtype classifications within this classification.
(S5)S5 is the highest risk s-rank of the s-ranks of all the subordinate type and subtype classifications within this classification.
g_rank_detailed
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NatureServe Global Conservation Status Rank - Detailed: This field shows all G-ranks associated with this DNR classification unit. G-ranks for DNR NPC classification units are crosswalked from G-ranks assigned to the National Vegetation Classification (NVC) by NatureServe. (For details on the meanings of the ranks, see https://www.natureserve.org/conservation-tools/conservation-status-assessment.) NVC classification units most directly crosswalk to the DNR classification at the DNR Type (for example WMs83a) and/or Subtype (for example WMs83a1) levels. G-ranks for DNR classification units higher than Type (e.g. Class) are derived from the Types and Subtypes within the Class or System. A G-rank bracketed by parentheses indicates a G-rank derived from lower-level DNR classification units and will include all values listed for Types and Subtype. Whereas a G-rank without parentheses indicates a direct G-rank from the NVC for that DNR NPC classification unit. (For more information on the classification hierarchy, see https://www.dnr.state.mn.us/npc/classification.html.) If an NPC classification includes an 'or' in its G-rank value, that DNR NPC classification crosswalked to more than one NVC classification. (For details on the particular g-rank crosswalk for a DNR NPC classification, most helpful in the cases of an 'or' in the g-rank, see the 'MN Crosswalk to NVC Classifications' link in the 'Overview' section above.) For complex codes (ending in "_CX"), the g-ranks in parentheses include all the g-ranks for the constituent NPC communities that may be included in that complex. More details about complexes and their constituent NPC classifications and g-ranks are found in the document "NPC_Complexes". (See the link in the 'Overview' section above.) The value of 'Not available at this level' means the DNR NPC classification is a classification level higher than Class, Type or Subtype. Giving a detailed listing of g-rank possibilities here would not be meaningful because in most cases the potential list would be too long.NatureServe Conservation Status Rank: Interpreting G-ranks and S-ranks for Native Plant Communities (Version 1.3, April 1, 2009)
g_rank_catenumeratedNatureServe Global Conservation Status Rank - Categories: This field shows the global conservation status rank (G-rank) as one of three categories: 1) G1 or G2, 2) Possible G1 or G2, and 3) not G1-G2. The main purpose is to allow quick identification of the most at risk polygons. When the category is ‘Possible G1 or G2’, the polygons are classified to the DNR Class level or higher or to a Complex code; these polygons may contain high g-ranks (G1 or G2) which could be determined if polygons were classified to DNR Type or Subtype. (See classification hierarchy at https://www.dnr.state.mn.us/npc/classification.html.)
G1 or G2The polygon is G1 or G2.
Possible G1 or G2The polygon (or parts of it) may be G1 or G2 if it was classified to a more precise level of the classification system (i.e. type or subtype level).
Not G1 or G2The polygon is not G1 or G2.
g_rank_highest_risk_roundedenumeratedNatureServe Global Conservation Status Rank - Highest Risk, Rounded: This field shows the rounded highest risk G-rank(s) associated with a classification. G-ranks were determined by NatureServe for their National Vegetation Classification (NVC) and applied to the Minnesota Native Plant Community classification (NPC) via a crosswalk table. This basis of this field are values from the field 'g_rank_detailed' and uses the highest risk if there is a list of values (e.g. G2 is higher risk than G4). It rounds that value to G1, G2, G3, G4, or G5 (the basic ranks) in order to simplify the larger list of variants and qualifiers seen in 'g_rank_detailed'. (For ranking details see, https://www.natureserve.org/conservation-tools/conservation-status-assessment.) For classifications at the level of Type (for example WMs83a) or Subtype (for example WMs83a1), the values will appear without parentheses. If there are parentheses around the G-rank(s), the classification is at a higher level of the classification hierarchy (for example the Class level WMs83) and the value is the rounded highest risk of all the Type and Subtype classifications that are subordinate to it in the classification system. So if WMs83 consists of WMs83a which is G4, WMs83a1 which is G4, WMs83a2 which is G3, and WMs83a3 which is G4, the polygon's rounded highest risk will be '(G3)', representing the highest risk of the subordinate classifications. (For more information on the classification heirarchy, see https://www.dnr.state.mn.us/npc/classification.html.) Another use of the parentheses is for when the classification is a Complex code and the values in parentheses represent the rounded highest risk g-ranks for all the classifications found in that complex. For Complex codes (which end in '_CX'), more information about their constituent NPC classifications and g-ranks are found at 'NPC_Complexes.pdf' (find link in the Overview section above).NatureServe Conservation Status Rank: Interpreting G-ranks and S-ranks for Native Plant Communities (Version 1.3, April 1, 2009)
G1Critically Imperiled—At very high risk of extinction due to extreme rarity (often 5 or fewer populations), very steep declines, or other factors.NatureServe (https://www.natureserve.org/conservation-tools/conservation-status-assessment)
G2Imperiled—At high risk of extinction due to very restricted range, very few populations (often 20 or fewer), steep declines, or other factors.NatureServe NatureServe (https://www.natureserve.org/conservation-tools/conservation-status-assessment)
G3Vulnerable—At moderate risk of extinction due to a restricted range, relatively few populations (often 80 or fewer), recent and widespread declines, or other factors.NatureServe (https://www.natureserve.org/conservation-tools/conservation-status-assessment)
G4Apparently Secure—Uncommon but not rare; some cause for long-term concern due to declines or other factors.NatureServe (https://www.natureserve.org/conservation-tools/conservation-status-assessment)
G5Secure—Common; widespread and abundant.NatureServe (https://www.natureserve.org/conservation-tools/conservation-status-assessment)
GNRUnranked—Global rank not yet assessed.NatureServe (https://www.natureserve.org/conservation-tools/conservation-status-assessment)
(G1)G1 is the rounded highest risk g-rank of all the g-ranks of the subordinate type and subtype classifications within this classification.
(G2)G2 is the rounded highest risk g-rank of all the g-ranks of the subordinate type and subtype classifications within this classification.
(G3)G3 is the rounded highest risk g-rank of all the g-ranks of the subordinate type and subtype classifications within this classification.
(G4)G4 is the rounded highest risk g-rank of all the g-ranks of the subordinate type and subtype classifications within this classification.
(G5)G5 is the rounded highest risk g-rank of all the g-ranks of the subordinate type and subtype classifications within this classification.
(GNR)GNR is the rounded highest risk g-rank of all the g-ranks of the subordinate type and subtype classifications within this classification.
Not available at this levelThe NPC classification is not at the classification level of class, type, or subtype (see classification hierarchy section at https://www.dnr.state.mn.us/npc/classification.html). Giving a detailed listing of g-rank possibilities would not be meaningful as in most cases the list would be long due to the general nature of the classification.
biodiversity_signif_rankenumeratedEcological and Water Resources Division rank of overall siteGuidelines for Assigning Statewide Biodiversity Significance Ranks to Minnesota County Biological Survey Sites (http://files.dnr.state.mn.us/eco/mcbs/biodiversity_significance_ranking.pdf)
OutstandingSites containing the best occurrences of the rarest species, the most outstanding examples of the rarest native plant communities, and/or the largest, most intact functional landscapes present.
HighSites containing very good quality occurrences of the rarest species, high-quality examples of rare NPCs, and/or important functional landscapes.
ModerateSites containing occurrences of rare species and/or moderately disturbed NPCs, and/or landscapes that have a strong potential for recovery.
BelowSites below minimum biodiversity threshold for statewide significance. These sites lack occurrences of rare species or natural features or do not meet MCBS standards for Outstanding, High, or Moderate rank. These sites may include areas of conservation value at the local level, such as habitat for native plants and animals, corridors for animal movements, buffers surrounding higher quality natural areas, or areas with high potential for restoration of native habitat.
observer_1
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Name of Primary Observer
observer_2
-
Name of Secondary Observer
observer_3
-
Name of Tertiary Observer
observer_1_affiliation_type
-
Primary Observer Affiliation
observer_2_affiliation_type
-
Secondary Observer Affiliation
observer_3_affiliation_type
-
Tertiary Observer Affiliation
observer_1_affiliation_detail
-
Primary Observer Details
observer_2_affiliation_detail
-
Secondary Observer Details
observer_3_affiliation_detail
-
Tertiary Observer Details
observation_year1986 to PresentYear Observation was Made
submitted_by
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Name of person who submitted this record. May be different from observer.
admin_dnr_unitenumeratedMNDNR Division responsible for this record
FORForestry
EWREco-Waters
FAWFish and Wildlife
PATParks and Trails
collection_methodenumeratedMethod used to acquire data
GGround Survey: Surveyor gained information about the community through ground survey; done for the purpose of NPC evaluation. This includes but is not limited to: comprehensive walk-through supported by waypoints & field notes, releves, or forestry transect worksheets. This is performed by you personally or performed by others and given to you to use.
EPeripheral Edge: Survey Surveyor gained information about the community by viewing from edge (drive-by, canoe, etc.) or cursory walk through. Again, this action is performed by you personally or performed by others and the data is given to you to use.
AAerial Survey: Surveyor gained information about the community by aircraft, helicopter, etc.
OOther: Surveyor used some type of physical document usually in the form of a report or publication that lends some supporting information about a map polygon. These are a contrast to the standard derived spatial layers typically consulted in a GIS. Examples would be a forest service report that included some reference text to help describe the NPC delineation/classification process, but the report was carried out for a purpose other than NPC evaluation.
PPhoto Interpretation: Using Derived Data layers the surveyor gained information about the community from data sources that do not represent a physical visit to the polygon for the purpose of NPC evaluation. This data is typically remotely sensed data (Air Photos, GAP, LiDAR, DEMs), extrapolated data (soil surveys, NWI) or other natural resource inventories (FIM, CSA).
NNon-DNR Data Source
photo_year1980 to PresentIf collection method includes photo, year of collection method photo.
photo_typeenumeratedIf collection method includes photo, type of photo used.
FSA ColorFarm Service Agency Full Color
Forestry CIRDNR Division of Forestry Color Infrared
NHAP CIRNational High Altitude Program Color Infrared
NAPP B&WNational Aerial Photography Program Black and White
DNR Forestry Color Infrared - Hard CopyDNR Forestry Color Infrared - Hard Copy
DNR Forestry Color Infrared - DOQsDNR Forestry Color Infrared - DOQs
2009 DNR Northeast MN 50cm Resolution Color Infrared Imagery2009 DNR Northeast MN 50cm Resolution Color Infrared Imagery
2008 FSA Color Infrared (CIR) Imagery2008 FSA Color Infrared (CIR) Imagery
2010 FSA Color Aerial Photography2010 FSA Color Aerial Photography
2009 DNR Northeast MN 50cm Resolution True Color Imagery2009 DNR Northeast MN 50cm Resolution True Color Imagery
comment
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General comments supporting NPC classification or other information pertaining to this NPC. Content should be related to classification, survey effort and/or condition.
gis_acres
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Area of polygon in acres, calculated by GIS by automated method.

Section 6: Distribution

Publisher: Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (MNDNR)

Publication Date: 12/04/2014

Contact Person Information: Zeb Thomas, GIS Data Systems Coordinator
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
500 Lafayette Rd
St. Paul, MN  55155-4011
Phone: 651-259-5637
Email: zeb.thomas@state.mn.us

Distributor's Data Set Identifier: biota_dnr_native_prairies

Distribution Liability: The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources General Geographic Data License Agreement is online: http://www.dnr.state.mn.us/sitetools/data_software_license.html

Ordering Instructions: Please visit the download page for this dataset on the Minnesota Geospatial Commons website using the web link below (Online Linkage).

Online Linkage: I AGREE to the notice in "Distribution Liability" above. Clicking to agree will either begin the download process, link to a service, or provide more instructions. See "Ordering Instructions" above for details.

Section 7: Metadata Reference

Metadata Date: 04/01/2020

Contact Person Information: Jared Cruz, GIS Data Contact
Minnesota DNR - Ecological and Water Resources
Box 25
Saint Paul, MN  55155
Phone: 651-259-5093
Email: jared.cruz@state.mn.us

Metadata Standard Name: Minnesota Geographic Metadata Guidelines

Metadata Standard Version: 1.2



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