Data Summary




Vulnerable Lands in the Chesapeake Bay watershed

2000 - Chesapeake Bay Program


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ABSTRACT
Multiple layers make up this complete project, all layers and pertaining documentation is included in this file. The vulnerability layer evaluates the relative potential risk of future land conversion to urban uses. Vulnerability is defined as function of suitability for development and proximity to growth "hot spots." The vulnerability layers useful as a stand-alone layer to evaluate development trends, but can also be combined with the other RLA layers to prioritize land conservation efforts. MORE INFORMATION - ftp://www.pasda.psu.edu/pub/pasda/chesbp/Vulnerability_methods3.doc ftp://www.pasda.psu.edu/pub/pasda/chesbp/Vulnerability_poster.pdf