Forest Land Inventory (2007 & 2009): Highrock Forest Section

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Title: Forest Land Inventory (2007 & 2009): Highrock Forest Section
Abstract:
This represents the Forest Land Inventory (FLI) polygons for Manitoba's Forest Management Units(FMUs) 60, 67, 68 and 69in 2007 and 2009. Please note that the Mathias Colomb area has been removed. If you require FLI for the Mathias Colomb portion of the Highrock Forest, please contact the Mathias Colomb Cree Nation Chief and Council at 204-553-2089.Collectively, these FMUs form the Highrock forest section. Enhanced composite FLI attributes have been calculated and are part of this feature class.The FLI is based on recommendations made by the Manitoba Forest Lands Inventory Technical Advisory Committee (FLITAC) . These specifications were developed specifically for Manitoba and were based on Manitoba's previous forest inventory as well as Alberta's AVI (Alberta Vegetation Inventory) specifications (specifically the draft AVI 2.2).
Supplemental_Information:
Although present, the following fields were not populated with data for all of the Highrock FLI: SEQ, SACOV1, SACLASS1, SACOV2, SACLASS2, COVARR, CANPAT, SPH, LANDMOD, LMODNO, TOPO, SLPER, ASP, US2CANPAT to US5CANPAT, US2SPH to US5SPH and US2NNF_ANTH to US5NNF_ANTH.
The feature class name (LCV_MB_FLI_HIGHROCK_20072009_PY) components include: 1. ISO 19115 Topic Category Name (LCV for land cover); 2. Location code (MB for Manitoba); 3. Intuitive or descriptive name (FLI_HIGHROCK for forest land inventory - within Highrock forest section); 4. Date (20072009 representing the years of photography); 5. Data/Geometry type (PY for polygon)
  1. How should this data set be cited?

    Forest Land Inventory (2007 & 2009): Highrock Forest Section.

    Online Links:

    • https://mli2.gov.mb.ca//

    Other_Citation_Details: Reference as FLI_Highrock if converting to a coverage.

  2. What geographic area does the data set cover?

    West_Bounding_Coordinate: -101.989420
    East_Bounding_Coordinate: -98.973729
    North_Bounding_Coordinate: 55.835324
    South_Bounding_Coordinate: 54.398182

  3. What does it look like?

  4. Does the data set describe conditions during a particular time period?

    Beginning_Date: 01-Jul-2007
    Ending_Date: 01-Aug-2009
    Currentness_Reference: publication date

  5. What is the general form of this data set?

    Geospatial_Data_Presentation_Form: vector digital data

  6. How does the data set represent geographic features?

    1. How are geographic features stored in the data set?

      This is a Vector data set. It contains the following vector data types (SDTS terminology):

      • GT-polygon composed of chains (219680)

    2. What coordinate system is used to represent geographic features?

      The map projection used is Transverse Mercator.

      Projection parameters:
      Scale_Factor_at_Central_Meridian: 0.9996
      Longitude_of_Central_Meridian: -99.0
      Latitude_of_Projection_Origin: 0.0
      False_Easting: 500000.0
      False_Northing: 0.0

      Planar coordinates are encoded using coordinate pair
      Abscissae (x-coordinates) are specified to the nearest 0.0001
      Ordinates (y-coordinates) are specified to the nearest 0.0001

      The horizontal datum used is D North American 1983.
      The ellipsoid used is GRS 1980.
      The semi-major axis of the ellipsoid used is 6378137.0.
      The flattening of the ellipsoid used is 1/298.257222101.

  7. How does the data set describe geographic features?

    LCV_MB_FLI_HIGHROCK_20072009_PY

    OBJECTID
    Internal feature number. (Source: ESRI)

    Sequential unique whole numbers that are automatically generated.

    Shape
    Feature geometry. (Source: ESRI)

    Coordinates defining the features.

    SPP_SUM
    Summary forest stand species string created from SP1_SUM, SP1PER_SUM to SP6_SUM, SP6PER_SUM.

    SEQ
    The sequence number (1 to 5 in ascending order) that is given to every vegetation layer (record) in a polygon. According to the FLI standards, there may be up to 5 records or layers within one polygon with the tallest layer being described first, followed by the second tallest layer and so on.

    SACOV1
    SACOV1 and SACOV2 refers to the stand ground cover (up to two can be identified, hence SACOV1 and SACOV2). The stand ground cover describes the type of ground coverage found across the entire polygon as seen from the overview of the air photo (e.g., completely treed, a mix of tree and shrub, a mix of shrub and water, etc.).

    ValueDefinition
    TTreed
    SShrub
    GGraminoid
    FForbes
    WWater
    MMineral
    RRock
    AAnthropogenic (small areas within polygons like trails, small borrow pits, etc)

    SACLASS1
    Stand ground cover classes (SACLASS1 and SACLASS2) describe to the percent coverage of the ground cover types (identified in SACOV1 and SACOV2 respectively).

    ValueDefinition
    06 - 10 %
    111 - 20 %
    221 - 30 %
    331 - 40 %
    441 - 50 %
    551 - 60 %
    661 - 70 %
    771 - 80 %
    881 - 91 %
    991 - 100 %

    SACOV2
    SACOV1 and SACOV2 refers to the stand ground cover (up to two can be identified, hence SACOV1 and SACOV2).

    ValueDefinition
    TTreed
    SShrub
    GGraminoid
    FForbes
    WWater
    MMineral
    RRock
    AAnthropogenic (small areas within polygons like trails, small borrow pits, etc)

    SACLASS2
    Stand ground cover classes (SACLASS1 and SACLASS2) describe to the percent coverage of the ground cover types (identified in SACOV1 and SACOV2 respectively).

    ValueDefinition
    06 - 10 %
    111 - 20 %
    221 - 30 %
    331 - 40 %
    441 - 50 %
    551 - 60 %
    661 - 70 %
    771 - 80 %
    881 - 91 %
    991 - 100 %

    COVARR
    COVARR, which refers to the stand ground cover arrangement, describes how the stand ground cover types are arranged within a polygon (e.g., continuous, in patches, etc.).

    ValueDefinition
    P0single stems
    P1single patch
    P2a few patches
    P3several patches
    P4continuous, openings common
    P5continuous, openings uncommon

    CANLAY
    CANLAY describes the canopy layers that occur within the polygon.

    ValueDefinition
    SSingle layer
    VVeteran layer
    CComplex layer
    MMulti-layer
    UUnderstorey

    CANRANK
    CANRANK is the canopy rank value (1 to 5) that is related to layer importance for forestry planning and operations.

    CANPAT
    CANPAT refers to the canopy pattern structure.

    ValueDefinition
    0single stems
    1single patch
    2a few patches
    3several patches
    4continuous, openings common
    5continuous, openings uncommon

    COMHT
    COMHT is a numeric field that describes the height range that is associated with complex stands (CANLAY=C).

    SPH
    SPH is a numeric field used to record conifer understorey stems per hectare.

    ValueDefinition
    11 to 500 stems
    2501 to 1000 stems
    31001 to 2000 stems
    4greater than 2000 stems

    CC
    CC refers to the crown closure or percent coverage that tree crowns occupy, relative to total polygon area, and is restricted to use in treed layers.

    ValueDefinition
    00 to 10% crown closure (1 to 5% in a Veteran layer)
    111 to 20 % crown closure
    221 to 30 % crown closure
    331 to 40 % crown closure
    441 to 50 % crown closure
    551 to 60 % crown closure
    661 to 70 % crown closure
    771 to 80 % crown closure
    881 to 90 % crown closure
    991 to 100 % crown closure

    HT
    The HT records tree or shrub height in 1-metre increments to a maximum of 33 metres (In FLI the layers are always in descending order by height - see SEQ).

    SP1
    The first species occurring in a treed layer.

    ValueDefinition
    WPWhite Pine
    RPRed Pine
    JPJack Pine
    SPScots Pine
    BSBlack Spruce
    WSWhite Spruce
    BFBalsam Fir
    TLTamarack
    ECCedar
    TATrembling Aspen
    LALarge Tooth Aspen
    BABalsam Poplar
    COEastern Cottonwood
    WIWillow
    WBWhite Birch
    HBHackberry
    BDBasswood
    MMManitoba Maple
    ASAsh
    ELElm
    HHHop-hornbeam
    BOBur Oak

    SP1PER
    Species 1 composition percent in 10% classes. The sum of the 6 species composition percent codes must always be 10 (100 %). Species composition percent is only assigned in treed layers.

    Range of values
    Minimum:1
    Maximum:10
    Units:Numeric codes from 1 to 10, representing 10 % cover classes.

    SP2
    The second species occurring in a treed layer. See SP1 for species definitions and codes.

    SP2PER
    Species 2 composition percent in 10% classes.

    Range of values
    Minimum:1
    Maximum:10
    Units:Numeric codes from 1 to 10, representing 10 % cover classes.

    SP3
    The third species occurring in a treed layer. See SP1 for species definitions and codes.

    SP3PER
    Species 3 composition percent in 10% classes.

    Range of values
    Minimum:1
    Maximum:10
    Units:Numeric codes from 1 to 10, representing 10 % cover classes.

    SP4
    The fourth species occurring in a treed layer. See SP1 for species definitions and codes.

    SP4PER
    Species 4 composition percent in 10% classes.

    Range of values
    Minimum:1
    Maximum:10
    Units:Numeric codes from 1 to 10, representing 10 % cover classes.

    SP5
    The fifth species occurring in a treed layer. See SP1 for species definitions and codes.

    SP5PER
    Species 5 composition percent in 10% classes.

    Range of values
    Minimum:1
    Maximum:10
    Units:Numeric codes from 1 to 10, representing 10 % cover classes.

    SP6
    The sixth species occurring in a treed layer. See SP1 for species definitions and codes.

    SP6PER
    Species 6 composition percent in 10% classes.

    Range of values
    Minimum:1
    Maximum:10
    Units:Numeric codes from 1 to 10, representing 10 % cover classes.

    ORIGIN
    ORIGIN is assigned only to treed layers and identifies the actual origin year of the tree layer and is coded using four digits.

    LANDMOD
    LANDMOD refers to the soil landscape model number. LANDMOD describes the landscape in general terms. Examples include dunes, flood plain, etc.

    ValueDefinition
    Ddunes
    DLdisturbed land
    FPfloodplain
    Hhummocky
    HPhummocky plateaus
    HRhummocky and ridged
    Iinclined
    IUinclined and undulating
    Llevel
    Mrolling
    Oorganic
    Rridged
    RRreclaimed or reconstructed land
    SCvalley
    Uundulating
    Wwater

    LMODNO
    LMODNO refers to the soil landscape model number. Combined with LANDMOD code for a unique value.

    ValueDefinition
    D1longitudinal dunes
    D2parabolic or u-shaped dunes
    DL0any disturbed land (urban, gravel pits, areas not suitable for arable crops)
    FP1meander floodplain
    FP2unconfined braided channel
    FP3confined floodplain, possibly terraced
    H1hummocky
    H5hummocky draped moraine over soft rock
    HP1hummocky stagnation moraine with nearly-level lacustrine plateaus (morainal lake scenarios)
    HR2hummocky and ridged
    I1inclined plain (slope length > 400 m)
    I3inclined to steep, single slope landforms with (ex. fans, aprons) l = low relief, m = moderate relief, h = high relief
    I4inclined to steep, single slope landforms with >10% exposed bedrock
    IU0inclined and undulating
    L1level plain
    L2level and closed basin (depression with raised edges)
    L3level and terraced, not within modern stream channels
    M1rolling (inclined slopes > 400 m, multi-directional)
    O1organic - level, flat, horizontal or plateau
    O2organic - basin (bowl)
    03organic - channelled, ribbed or net
    O4organic - sloping
    05organic - level with hummocky mineral soils
    R2ridged (includes fluted terrain)
    RR0reclaimed or reconstructed land
    SC1valley with confined floodplain
    SC2wide valley with one or more terraces (coulees included)
    SC3v-shaped valley with no terraces or floodplain
    SC4sub-glacial channel (intermittently incised)
    U1undulating
    W1Channel sloughs and ponds in linear arrangement, no channel banks. Often old ice-walled channel feature.
    W2Non-aligned aggregation of sloughs and ponds with little inter-slough area. Can have significant inter-water area.
    W3A single water body basin which may be filled or partly filled with water.

    SOILTEX
    The SOILTEX field contains parent material texture information and was also based on the 1:60,000 soil landscape mapping. The characters used to describe soil texture are: C, M, F, L, P, or U, in combination with numbers 0 to 22.

    ValueDefinition
    C0Coarse textured (S, LS, SL) material (undifferentiated)
    C1Gravels or gravely (cobbly/stony) coarse textured material
    C2Very coarse (S, LS) sediments deposited by wind or water
    C3Moderately coarse (SL, FSL) sediments deposited by wind or water
    C4Very coarse textured till (Till name)
    C5Moderately coarse textured tills (Till name)
    C6Coarse textured (S, LS, SL) soft rock
    C7Coarse grained bedrock
    M0Medium textured (VFSL, L, SiL, SiCL, CL, SCL) materials (undifferentiated)
    M1Gravelly medium textured sediments deposited by water (includes cobbly and stony variations
    M2Medium textured (L, VFSL) sediments deposited by wind and water
    M3Moderately fine textured (CL, SCL, SiCL) sediments deposited by water
    M4Medium textured (L to CL) till
    M5Medium textured (L to CL) soft rock
    M6Gravelly and stony medium textured till
    L1Gravel or gravelly coarse over medium or fine textured till (includes cobbly and stony variations)
    L2Coarse textured (S, LS, SL) over medium or fine textured till
    L3Medium textured (VFSL, L, SiCL, CL) over medium or fine textured till
    L4Coarse textured over gravel or gravelly coarse (includes cobbly and stony variations)
    L5Medium textured over gravel or gravelly coarse (includes cobbly and stony variations)
    L6Till (Till name) over soft rock
    L7Coarse (not till) over soft rock
    L8Medium (not till) over soft rock
    L9Coarse (not till) textured over fine or very fine (not till)
    L10Medium (not till) textured over fine or very fine (not till)
    L11Peat (any) over coarse textured
    L12Peat (any) over medium textured
    L13Peat (any) over fine textured
    L14Fine textured (not till) over medium to moderately fine textured till
    L15Very fine textured (not till) over medium to moderately fine textured till
    L16Fine to very fine textured (not till) over soft rock
    L17Gravelly (includes stony variations) medium textured material over medium or fine textured till
    L18Medium textured material over coarse textured material
    L18Gravelly medium textured material over soft rock
    L19Gravelly medium textured material over soft rock
    L20Coarse textured over medium or moderately fine (not till)
    L21Gravelly coarse textured over medium or moderately fine (not till)
    L22Fine (not till) over medium (not till)
    P1Sphagnum Peat
    P2Fen Peat
    P3Forest Peat
    U0Undifferentiated

    TOPO
    TOPO refers to the topographic form of the landscape.

    ValueDefinition
    PLplanar, level to gentle slope, unidirectional
    PMplanar, moderate to steep slope, unidirectional
    CCside slope, concave, generally unidirectional
    CXside slope, convex, generally unidirectional
    RIridge, multi-directional slope gradients
    TXtrough, straight or convex, multi or unidirectional
    TCtrough, concave, multi or unidirectional
    HUhummocky, multi-directional, slope class 4 and greater
    UNundulating, multi-directional, slope class 3 or lesser
    DEdepression, lower than surroundings
    CMcomplex, multi-directional, variety of slope gradients (slope percent class is an average)

    SLOPEPOS
    SLOPEPOS refers to the slope position of the polygon within the landscape.

    ValueDefinition
    CCrest
    UUpper Slope
    MMiddle Slope
    LLower Slope
    TToe
    DDepression
    VLevel

    SLPER
    SLPER refers to the slope percent class.

    ValueDefinition
    10 to 5 % (approximately 0 to 3 degrees)
    26 to 10 % (approximately 3 to 6 degrees)
    311 to 20 % (approximately 6 to 12 degrees)
    421 to 30 % (approximately 12 to 17 degrees)
    531 to 45 % (approximately 17 to 25 degrees)
    646 to 70 % (approximately 25 to 35 degrees)
    771 to 100 % (approximately 35 to 45 degrees)
    8greater than 100 %

    ASP
    ASP refers to the aspect or general compass direction (if applicable) that a polygon faces. Level site have no aspect and are assigned a default value.

    ValueDefinition
    DDefault - Level - no aspect (with slope percent class 1, assignment of an aspect is optional)
    VVariable - used to accommodate certain types of sites (e.g., hummocks)
    NNorth
    NENorth East
    EEast
    SESouth East
    SSouth
    SWSouth West
    WWest
    NWNorth West

    DRAINPAT
    DRAINPAT refers to the drainage pattern, if there is one present within a polygon.

    ValueDefinition
    0No pattern (for Dry, Fresh or Very Fresh Moisture Regimes); codes 1 to 5 restricted to polygons with Moist and Wet soil moisture regimes.
    1None - uniform canopy without patterned form
    2Interspersed - patchy or reticulate (net-like) canopy pattern; few or many irregular canopy openings; sometimes arranged in a regular pattern perpendicular to the direction of water flow
    3Simple linear - one or a few large linear corridors; generally oriented in the same direction, parallel to the direction of water flow
    4Complex linear (closed) - Openings accounting for 6-25%, many linear drainage corridors, usually small, distinct or indistinct, generally oriented parallel to the direction of water flow or in complex arrangements
    5Complex linear (open) - Openings accounting for >25%, many linear drainage corridors, usually small, distinct or indistinct, generally oriented parallel to the direction of water flow or in complex arrangements.

    MR
    MR refers to the soil moisture regime.

    ValueDefinition
    DDry
    FFresh
    VVery Fresh
    MMoist
    WWet

    NNF_ANTH
    The NNF_ANTH field is used to record information for naturally non-forested, naturally non-vegetated or anthropogenic (man-made disturbance) areas. Non-forested means that the polygon is 0 to 5% treed. The following are the three categories of NNF_ANTH: 1- Natural Non-Treed Vegetation, 2 - Natural Non-Vegetated, 3 - Anthropogenic

    ValueDefinition
    SOopen shrub (along with 0 to 9 crown closure and height to nearest metre (in HT field) (Note - shrub layers can be distinguished from treed layers even if height difference is less than 3 m)
    SCclosed shrub (along with height to nearest metre and 0 to 9 crown closure)
    HGgrassland, prairie savannah
    HFforb
    HUundifferentiated
    BRbryophyte
    CLlichen
    ALalder (Alnus sp.)
    CChazel (Corylus cornuta)
    CSdogwood (Cornus stolonifera)
    ASmountain maple (Acer spicatum)
    VIsquashberry/high-bush cranberry (Viburnum sp.)
    RAwild rose (Rosa acicularis)
    DLbush honeysuckle (Diervilla lonicera)
    AUbearberry (Arctostaphylos uva-ursi)
    VAblueberry (Vaccinium sp.), leather leaf (Chamaedaphne calyculata), labrador tea (Ledum groenlandicum)
    NMBrecent burn (ecological attributes required)
    NMCwatercourse related cut banks
    NMFmud/salt flats
    NMRrock barren, bedrock, talus slope
    NMSsand dunes, beaches, sand barrens
    NMMbarren mineral soil
    NMGgravel, sand bars related to watercourses
    NWLlakes, ponds
    NWRrivers
    NWFflooded uplands (used BF or SF as modifiers rather than a stand alone code of NWF)
    CIPpipelines, transmission lines, tower sites, cemeteries
    CIWwell sites, geophysical
    CIUland cleared for unknown reasons
    ASCcities, villages, etc.
    ASPsilviculture test site (e.g., plantation)
    ASRrural residential, acreages, cottages
    ASNrecreation node development
    AIHhighway, road right of ways
    AIRrailroad right of way
    AIIindustrial sites, dumps
    AIWreservoirs, lagoons, flooded gravel pits
    AIAair strips
    AIFfarmland, agricultural land
    AIUunknown industrial
    AARabandoned railroads
    AIGgravel pits, borrow pits
    NWAAssiniboine River
    NSLsmall islands less than 2 hectares
    NWERed River
    NWOLake Winnipegosis
    CPcrop perennial
    CAcrop annual
    CPRpasture
    ASBshelter belts
    AFLfence lines, fire guards (community pasture)
    ADDdrainage ditches
    NWFflooded uplands
    USLislands not interpreted greater than 2ha

    MOD1
    When vegetated polygons are disturbed by either natural or anthropogenic influences, modifier or treatment attributes are assigned to describe the type and extent of the disturbance. The MOD1 and MOD2 allow for up to two disturbances types to be identified. When known, the most recent disturbance is described first (otherwise the most severe disturbance would be recorded first).

    ValueDefinition
    CCclearcut or partial cut
    BUburn or partial burn
    WFwindfall
    CLclearing
    DIdisease
    DMdwarf mistletoe
    IKinsect kill
    IBbudworm kill
    UKunknown kill
    WEweather (e.g., snow load damage)
    BFflooded land - beaver
    SFseasonally flooded land (upland occurrence)
    DTdiscoloured or dead tops
    BTbroken tops
    SNsnags
    STscattered timber (anthropogenic lands)
    PPpotential productive
    NPnon-productive

    EXT1
    EXT1 and EXT2 describes the magnitude or extent of polygon area affected by the respective disturbance.

    ValueDefinition
    DefaultNil
    1light; 1 to 25 % land area affected or loss of crown closure
    2moderate; 26 to 50 % land area affected or loss of crown closure
    3heavy; 51 to 75% of land area affected or loss of crown closure
    4severe; 76 to 94% of land area affected or loss of crown closure
    5complete; 95-100% of land area is affected or loss of entire crown

    ORIG1
    ORIGIN1 and ORIGIN2 record the year in which the respective disturbance occurred.

    MOD2
    MOD2 is the second disturbance type to be identified. Refer to MOD1 for codes.

    EXT2
    EXT2 describes the magnitude or extent of polygon area affected by the respective disturbance. Refer to EXT1 for codes.

    ORIG2
    ORIGIN2 records the year in which the respective disturbance occurred.

    TREATMOD
    TREATMOD is used to describe a prescribed silviculture treatment that has been applied to the polygon.

    ValueDefinition
    SIsite improved (e.g., fertilized, drained)
    SCseedbed prepared (e.g., scarified, vegetation control)
    PLplanted or seeded (regardless of success)
    THthinned
    GRdeveloped for grazing domestic livestock
    IRirrigated
    WHmodified for wildlife habitat

    TREATEXT
    TREATEXT is used to describe a prescribed silviculture treatment that has been applied to the polygon. Refer to EXT1 codes.

    TRORIG
    TRORIG is used to describe the year a prescribed silviculture treatment has occured.

    WETECO1
    WETECO1 and WETECO2 are numeric codes that identify the wetland ecosite classification for polygons that meet specific wetland criteria. Up to two wetland ecosites can be identified, with the predominant type (by area) listed first. Wetland polygons do not have vegetation attributes or ecological attributes assigned.

    ValueDefinition
    1open bog - low shrub
    2open poor fen - low shrub
    3open rich fen
    4thicket swamp
    5shore fen
    6meadow marsh
    7exposed marsh
    8exposed marsh
    9open water marsh - floating leaved/peat substrate
    10open water marsh - submerged mineral substrate

    WETECO2
    WETECO2 are numeric codes that identify the secondary wetland ecosite classification for polygons that meet specific wetland criteria. Refer to WETECO1 for codes.

    DTYPE
    DTYPE is a single character code used to identify additional data sources used in the interpretation of polygon attributes. The codes are used only when information other than the aerial photography is used.

    ValueDefinition
    Fground call
    PPSP
    Vecosystem volume sampling plot
    Ccruise data
    Rregeneration survey
    Aair call
    Eecosite plot
    Hpre-harvest assessment plot
    Iinterpreted

    YEARPHOTO
    YEARPHOTO is a 4 digit code which identifies the year in which the aerial photo was taken.

    US2CANLAY
    US2CANLAY describes the second layer from the crown of the treed polygon. Refer to CANLAY for codes.

    US2CANRANK
    US2CANRANK relates to the second layer from the crown of the treed polygon and is the canopy rank value (1 to 5) that is related to layer importance for forestry planning and operations. Refer to CANRANK for codes.

    US2CANPAT
    US2CANPAT refers to the canopy pattern structure of the second layer from the crown of the treed polygon. Refer to CANPAT for codes.

    US2SPH
    US2SPH is a numeric field used to record conifer understorey stems per hectare in the second layer from the crown of the treed ploygon. Refer to SPH for codes.

    US2CC
    US2CC refers to the crown closure or percent coverage that the second layer from the crown of the treed polygon occupies, relative to total polygon area, and is restricted to use in treed layers. Refer to CC for codes.

    US2HT
    The US2HT records tree or shrub height in the second layer from the crown of the treed ploygon in 1-metre increments to a maximum of 33 metres (In FLI the layers are always in descending order by height)

    US2SP1
    US2SP1 is the first species occurring in the second layer from the crown of the treed polygon. Refer to SP1 for codes.

    US2SP1PER
    US2SP1PER is species 1 composition in the second layer from the crown of the treed polyon percent in 10% classes. The sum of the 6 species composition percent codes must always be 10 (100 %). Species composition percent is only assigned in treed layers. Refer to SP1PER for range and unit values.

    US2SP2
    US2SP2 is the second species occurring in the second layer from the crown of the treed polygon. See SP1 for species definitions and codes.

    US2SP2PER
    US2SP2PER is species 2 composition in the second layer from the crown of the treed polyon percent in 10% classes. The sum of the 6 species composition percent codes must always be 10 (100 %). Species composition percent is only assigned in treed layers. Refer to SP1PER for range and unit values.

    US2SP3
    US2SP3 is the third species occurring in the second layer from the crown of the treed polygon. See SP1 for species definitions and codes.

    US2SP3PER
    US2SP3PER is species 3 composition in the second layer from the crown of the treed polyon percent in 10% classes. The sum of the 6 species composition percent codes must always be 10 (100 %). Species composition percent is only assigned in treed layers. Refer to SP1PER for range and unit values.

    US2SP4
    US2SP4 is the forth species occurring in the second layer from the crown of the treed polygon. See SP1 for species definitions and codes.

    US2SP4PER
    US2SP4PER is species 4 composition in the second layer from the crown of the treed polyon percent in 10% classes. The sum of the 6 species composition percent codes must always be 10 (100 %). Species composition percent is only assigned in treed layers. Refer to SP1PER for range and unit values.

    US2SP5
    US2SP5 is the fifth species occurring in the second layer from the crown of the treed polygon. See SP1 for species definitions and codes.

    US2SP5PER
    US2SP5PER is species 5 composition in the second layer from the crown of the treed polyon percent in 10% classes. The sum of the 6 species composition percent codes must always be 10 (100 %). Species composition percent is only assigned in treed layers. Refer to SP1PER for range and unit values.

    US2SP6
    US2SP6 is the sixth species occurring in the second layer from the crown of the treed polygon. See SP1 for species definitions and codes.

    US2SP6PER
    US2SP6PER is species 6 composition in the second layer from the crown of the treed polyon percent in 10% classes. The sum of the 6 species composition percent codes must always be 10 (100 %). Species composition percent is only assigned in treed layers. Refer to SP1PER for range and unit values.

    US2ORIGIN
    US2ORIGIN is assigned to the second layer from the crown of the treed ploygon and identifies the actual origin year of the tree layer and is coded using four digits.

    US2NNF_ANTH
    The US2NNF_ANTH field is used to record information from the second layer from the crown of the treed polygon for naturally non-forested, naturally non-vegetated or anthropogenic (man-made disturbance) areas. Refer to NNF_ANTH for codes.

    US3CANLAY
    US3CANLAY describes the third layer from the crown of the treed polygon. Refer to CANLAY for codes.

    US3CANRANK
    US3CANRANK relates to the third layer from the crown of the treed polygon and is the canopy rank value (1 to 5) that is related to layer importance for forestry planning and operations. Refer to CANRANK for codes.

    US3CANPAT
    US3CANPAT refers to the canopy pattern structure of the third layer from the crown of the treed polygon. Refer to CANPAT for codes

    US3SPH
    US3SPH is a numeric field used to record conifer understorey stems per hectare in the third layer from the crown of the treed ploygon. Refer to SPH for codes.

    US3CC
    US3CC refers to the crown closure or percent coverage that the third layer from the crown of the treed polygon occupies, relative to total polygon area, and is restricted to use in treed layers. Refer to CC for codes.

    US3HT
    The US3HT records tree or shrub height in the third layer from the crown of the treed ploygon in 1-metre increments to a maximum of 33 metres (In FLI the layers are always in descending order by height)

    US3SP1
    US3SP1 is the first species occurring in the third layer from the crown of the treed polygon. Refer to SP1 for codes.

    US3SP1PER
    US3SP1PER is species 1 composition in the third layer from the crown of the treed polyon percent in 10% classes. The sum of the 6 species composition percent codes must always be 10 (100 %). Species composition percent is only assigned in treed layers. Refer to SP1PER for range and unit values.

    US3SP2
    US3SP2 is the second species occurring in the third layer from the crown of the treed polygon. See SP1 for species definitions and codes.

    US3SP2PER
    US3SP2PER is species 2 composition in the third layer from the crown of the treed polyon percent in 10% classes. The sum of the 6 species composition percent codes must always be 10 (100 %). Species composition percent is only assigned in treed layers. Refer to SP1PER for range and unit values.

    US3SP3
    US3SP3 is the third species occurring in the third layer from the crown of the treed polygon. See SP1 for species definitions and codes.

    US3SP3PER
    US3SP3PER is species 3 composition in the third layer from the crown of the treed polyon percent in 10% classes. The sum of the 6 species composition percent codes must always be 10 (100 %). Species composition percent is only assigned in treed layers. Refer to SP1PER for range and unit values.

    US3SP4
    US3SP4 is the forth species occurring in the third layer from the crown of the treed polygon. See SP1 for species definitions and codes.

    US3SP4PER
    US3SP4PER is species 4 composition in the third layer from the crown of the treed polyon percent in 10% classes. The sum of the 6 species composition percent codes must always be 10 (100 %). Species composition percent is only assigned in treed layers. Refer to SP1PER for range and unit values.

    US3SP5
    US3SP5 is the fifth species occurring in the third layer from the crown of the treed polygon. See SP1 for species definitions and codes.

    US3SP5PER
    US3SP5PER is species 5 composition in the third layer from the crown of the treed polyon percent in 10% classes. The sum of the 6 species composition percent codes must always be 10 (100 %). Species composition percent is only assigned in treed layers. Refer to SP1PER for range and unit values.

    US3SP6
    US3SP6 is the sixth species occurring in the third layer from the crown of the treed polygon. See SP1 for species definitions and codes.

    US3SP6PER
    US3SP6PER is species 6 composition in the third layer from the crown of the treed polyon percent in 10% classes. The sum of the 6 species composition percent codes must always be 10 (100 %). Species composition percent is only assigned in treed layers. Refer to SP1PER for range and unit values.

    US3ORIGIN
    US3ORIGIN is assigned to the third layer from the crown of the treed ploygon and identifies the actual origin year of the tree layer and is coded using four digits.

    US3NNF_ANTH
    The US3NNF_ANTH field is used to record information from the third layer from the crown of the treed polygon for naturally non-forested, naturally non-vegetated or anthropogenic (man-made disturbance) areas. Refer to NNF_ANTH for codes.

    US4CANLAY
    US4CANLAY describes the forth layer from the crown of the treed polygon. Refer to CANLAY for codes.

    US4CANRANK
    US4CANRANK relates to the forth layer from the crown of the treed polygon and is the canopy rank value (1 to 5) that is related to layer importance for forestry planning and operations. Refer to CANRANK for codes.

    US4CANPAT
    US4CANPAT refers to the canopy pattern structure of the forth layer from the crown of the treed polygon. Refer to CANPAT for codes

    US4SPH
    US4SPH is a numeric field used to record conifer understorey stems per hectare in the fourth layer from the crown of the treed ploygon. Refer to SPH for codes.

    US4CC
    US4CC refers to the crown closure or percent coverage that the forth layer from the crown of the treed polygon occupies, relative to total polygon area, and is restricted to use in treed layers. Refer to CC for codes.

    US4HT
    The US4HT records tree or shrub height in the forth layer from the crown of the treed ploygon in 1-metre increments to a maximum of 33 metres (In FLI the layers are always in descending order by height)

    US4SP1
    US4SP1 is the first species occurring in the forth layer from the crown of the treed polygon. Refer to SP1 for codes.

    US4SP1PER
    US4SP1PER is species 1 composition in the forth layer from the crown of the treed polyon percent in 10% classes. The sum of the 6 species composition percent codes must always be 10 (100 %). Species composition percent is only assigned in treed layers. Refer to SP1PER for range and unit values.

    US4SP2
    US4SP2 is the second species occurring in the forth layer from the crown of the treed polygon. See SP1 for species definitions and codes.

    US4SP2PER
    US4SP2PER is species 2 composition in the forth layer from the crown of the treed polyon percent in 10% classes. The sum of the 6 species composition percent codes must always be 10 (100 %). Species composition percent is only assigned in treed layers. Refer to SP1PER for range and unit values.

    US4SP3
    US4SP3 is the third species occurring in the forth layer from the crown of the treed polygon. See SP1 for species definitions and codes.

    US4SP3PER
    US4SP3PER is species 3 composition in the forth layer from the crown of the treed polyon percent in 10% classes. The sum of the 6 species composition percent codes must always be 10 (100 %). Species composition percent is only assigned in treed layers. Refer to SP1PER for range and unit values.

    US4SP4
    US4SP4 is the forth species occurring in the forth layer from the crown of the treed polygon. See SP1 for species definitions and codes.

    US4SP4PER
    US4SP4PER is species 4 composition in the forth layer from the crown of the treed polyon percent in 10% classes. The sum of the 6 species composition percent codes must always be 10 (100 %). Species composition percent is only assigned in treed layers. Refer to SP1PER for range and unit values.

    US4SP5
    US4SP5 is the fifth species occurring in the forth layer from the crown of the treed polygon. See SP1 for species definitions and codes.

    US4SP5PER
    US4SP5PER is species 5 composition in the forth layer from the crown of the treed polyon percent in 10% classes. The sum of the 6 species composition percent codes must always be 10 (100 %). Species composition percent is only assigned in treed layers. Refer to SP1PER for range and unit values.

    US4SP6
    US4SP6 is the sixth species occurring in the forth layer from the crown of the treed polygon. See SP1 for species definitions and codes.

    US4SP6PER
    US4SP6PER is species 6 composition in the forth layer from the crown of the treed polyon percent in 10% classes. The sum of the 6 species composition percent codes must always be 10 (100 %). Species composition percent is only assigned in treed layers. Refer to SP1PER for range and unit values.

    US4ORIGIN
    US4ORIGIN is assigned to the forth layer from the crown of the treed ploygon and identifies the actual origin year of the tree layer and is coded using four digits.

    US4NNF_ANTH
    The US4NNF_ANTH field is used to record information from the forth layer from the crown of the treed polygon for naturally non-forested, naturally non-vegetated or anthropogenic (man-made disturbance) areas. Refer to NNF_ANTH for codes.

    US5CANLAY
    US5CANLAY describes the fifth layer from the crown of the treed polygon. Refer to CANLAY for codes.

    US5CANRANK
    US5CANRANK relates to the fifth layer from the crown of the treed polygon and is the canopy rank value (1 to 5) that is related to layer importance for forestry planning and operations. Refer to CANRANK for codes.

    US5CANPAT
    US5CANPAT refers to the canopy pattern structure of the fifth layer from the crown of the treed polygon. Refer to CANPAT for codes

    US5SPH
    US5SPH is a numeric field used to record conifer understorey stems per hectare in the fifth layer from the crown of the treed ploygon. Refer to SPH for codes.

    US5CC
    US5CC refers to the crown closure or percent coverage that the fifth layer from the crown of the treed polygon occupies, relative to total polygon area, and is restricted to use in treed layers. Refer to CC for codes.

    US5HT
    The US5HT records tree or shrub height in the fifth layer from the crown of the treed ploygon in 1-metre increments to a maximum of 33 metres (In FLI the layers are always in descending order by height)

    US5SP1
    US5SP1 is the first species occurring in the fifth layer from the crown of the treed polygon. Refer to SP1 for codes.

    US5SP1PER
    US5SP1PER is species 1 composition in the fifth layer from the crown of the treed polyon percent in 10% classes. The sum of the 6 species composition percent codes must always be 10 (100 %). Species composition percent is only assigned in treed layers. Refer to SP1PER for range and unit values.

    US5SP2
    US5SP2 is the second species occurring in the fifth layer from the crown of the treed polygon. See SP1 for species definitions and codes.

    US5SP2PER
    US5SP2PER is species 2 composition in the fifth layer from the crown of the treed polyon percent in 10% classes. The sum of the 6 species composition percent codes must always be 10 (100 %). Species composition percent is only assigned in treed layers. Refer to SP1PER for range and unit values.

    US5SP3
    US5SP3 is the third species occurring in the fifth layer from the crown of the treed polygon. See SP1 for species definitions and codes.

    US5SP3PER
    US5SP3PER is species 3 composition in the fifth layer from the crown of the treed polyon percent in 10% classes. The sum of the 6 species composition percent codes must always be 10 (100 %). Species composition percent is only assigned in treed layers. Refer to SP1PER for range and unit values.

    US5SP4
    US5SP4 is the forth species occurring in the fifth layer from the crown of the treed polygon. See SP1 for species definitions and codes.

    US5SP4PER
    US5SP4PER is species 4 composition in the fifth layer from the crown of the treed polyon percent in 10% classes. The sum of the 6 species composition percent codes must always be 10 (100 %). Species composition percent is only assigned in treed layers. Refer to SP1PER for range and unit values.

    US5SP5
    US5SP5 is the fifth species occurring in the fifth layer from the crown of the treed polygon. See SP1 for species definitions and codes.

    US5SP5PER
    US5SP5PER is species 5 composition in the fifth layer from the crown of the treed polyon percent in 10% classes. The sum of the 6 species composition percent codes must always be 10 (100 %). Species composition percent is only assigned in treed layers. Refer to SP1PER for range and unit values.

    US5SP6
    US5SP6 is the sixth species occurring in the fifth layer from the crown of the treed polygon. See SP1 for species definitions and codes.

    US5SP6PER
    US5SP6PER is species 6 composition in the fifth layer from the crown of the treed polyon percent in 10% classes. The sum of the 6 species composition percent codes must always be 10 (100 %). Species composition percent is only assigned in treed layers. Refer to SP1PER for range and unit values.

    US5ORIGIN
    US5ORIGIN is assigned to the fifth layer from the crown of the treed ploygon and identifies the actual origin year of the tree layer and is coded using four digits.

    US5NNF_ANTH
    The US5NNF_ANTH field is used to record information from the fifth layer from the crown of the treed polygon for naturally non-forested, naturally non-vegetated or anthropogenic (man-made disturbance) areas. Refer to NNF_ANTH for codes.

    SHAPE_Length
    Length of feature in internal units. (Source: ESRI)

    Positive real numbers that are automatically generated.

    SHAPE_Area
    Area of feature in internal units squared. (Source: ESRI)

    Positive real numbers that are automatically generated.

    SIC
    Site index class, coded as “H”,”M” and “L” denoting high, medium and low productivity of site, respectively. High, medium, and Low values are species specific and determined on a Forest Section by Forest Section basis.

    ValueDefinition
    HHigh
    MMedium
    LLow

    sp1_sum
    Summarized leading species. The leading species on a site is determined using all species representations across all layers.

    sp1per_sum
    Summarized species composition of the leading species. The leading species percentage on a site is summarized using all of the leading species as represented across all layers.

    sp2_sum
    Summarized 2nd species.

    sp2per_sum
    Summarized species composition of the 2nd species.

    sp3_sum
    Summarized 3rd species.

    sp3per_sum
    Summarized species composition of the 3rd species.

    sp4_sum
    Summarized 4th species.

    sp4per_sum
    Summarized species composition of the 4th species.

    sp5_sum
    Summarized 5th species.

    sp5per_sum
    Summarized species composition of the 5th species.

    sp6_sum
    Summarized 6th species.

    sp6per_sum
    Summarized species composition of the 6th species.

    ht_sum
    Summarized average stand height in meters.

    cc_sum
    Summarized crown closure in percentage (1-100).

    Range of values
    Minimum:1
    Maximum:100

    origin_sum
    Summarized year of origin, using the tree species from all layers.

    Covertype
    Stand cover type, coded as “S”,”M”,”N”,or ”H”,denoting pure softwood, softwood dominated mixed wood, hardwood dominated mixed wood, and pure hardwood, respectively.

    ValueDefinition
    SSoftwood
    MMixedwood (softwood dominated)
    NMixedwood (hardwood dominated)
    HHardwood

    Strata
    Strata are the combination of ranges of species groups into specific groupings. The strata groupings can be unique to a Forest Section.

    ValueDefinition
    PTAPure Trembling Aspen
    MAPPure Commercial Hardwood
    PJPPure Jack Pine
    LBSLowland Black Spruce
    UBSUpland Black Spruce
    STLBlack Spruce and Tamarack
    SWDPure Commercial Softwood
    MWDMixedwood – Softwood Leading
    NWDMixedwood – Hardwood Leading
    OTHSWOther Softwood
    OTHHWOther Hardwood

    Denagg
    Density class aggregate defined across all layers with 1 being the highest density and 3 the lowest density.

    Agecl_2012
    Five year age class at 2012. Stands with an AGECL_2012 value of 0 represent ages 0 - 2 in 2012 (AGE_2012 field). For all other records with an AGECL_2012 value greater than 0, this field was calculated by selecting for a range of records 2 years younger and 2 years older than the value itself. For example, stands with an AGECL_2012 value of 5 represent those with ages 3 - 7 in 2012 (AGE_2012 field). Stands with an AGECL_2012 value of 10 represent those with ages 8 - 12 in 2012 (AGE_2012 field). Stands with an AGECL_2012 value of 15 represent those with ages 13 - 17 in 2012 (AGE_2012 field) and so on.
    This field assists in determining the position of the stand on the volume curve. Modellers may us this as the basis to begin moving stands forward through time in the determination of sustainability.

    Vol_key
    A combination of stratum type (STRATA), site index class (SIC), density class aggregate (DENAGG), and age class (AGECL_2012); used to link the inventory to the volume tables developed for the Highrock forest section.

    SI_leading
    The site indices of the leading species in meters.

    Age_2012
    Age calculated at year 2012 (2012 – ORIGIN_SUM).


Who produced the data set?

  1. Who are the originators of the data set? (may include formal authors, digital compilers, and editors)

  2. Who also contributed to the data set?

  3. To whom should users address questions about the data?

    Manitoba Conservation and Water Stewardsip, Forestry Branch
    c/o Tony Viveiros
    GIS Database Manager
    200 Saulteaux Crescent
    Winnipeg, Manitoba R3J 3W3
    CA

    204-945-7956 (voice)
    antonio.viveiros@gov.mb.ca


Why was the data set created?

This represents the FLI for the Highrock Forest Section, without the Mathias Colomb area.
The FLI is ecologically-based and is designed to accurately represent the location and characteristics of the forest resource. An ecosystem field sampling (volume sampling) program was undertaken in conjunction with the inventory to help characterize the forest resource in terms of total and merchantable timber volumes and to help identify ecological characteristics of the sites.


How was the data set created?

  1. From what previous works were the data drawn?

    (source 1 of 1)
    Type_of_Source_Media: None
    Source_Contribution:
    Interpreted Forest Land Inventory (FLI) polygons from 2007 and 2009 aerial photography for Manitoba's Highrock forest section.

  2. How were the data generated, processed, and modified?

    (process 1 of 1)
    The general approach to the forest inventory interpretation was as follows: 1. familiarization (e.g., review of 1:15,000 and 1:60,000 scale photos and existing digital data, including permanent sample plots (PSPs) and pre-harvest surveys); 2. initial stratification (including revisions to accommodate leaf-off understorey information) and ground truthing plot location selection; 3. ground truthing (air calls and ground plots); 4. transfer of polygon linework to orthophoto; 5. digital loading of polygon boundaries; 6. detailed interpretation; 7. coding of attributes (in format compatible with digital database); 8. verification and quality control measures.

  3. What similar or related data should the user be aware of?

    Manitoba Conservation, Forestry Branch, Forest Land Inventory (2007 & 2009): Highrock Forest Section.

    Other_Citation_Details: This version of the Highrock FLI contains enhanced attributes.


How reliable are the data; what problems remain in the data set?

  1. How well have the observations been checked?

  2. How accurate are the geographic locations?

  3. How accurate are the heights or depths?

  4. Where are the gaps in the data? What is missing?

  5. How consistent are the relationships among the observations, including topology?

    Topology Rules Applied: 1. LCV_MB_FLI_HIGHROCK_20072009_PY must not overlap; 2. LCV_MB_FLI_HIGHROCK_20072009_PY must not have gaps; 3. LCV_MB_FLI_HIGHROCK_20072009_PY water Area Boundary Must Be Covered By Boundary Of water base features within a tolerance of 0.1 m (10 cm).


How can someone get a copy of the data set?

Are there legal restrictions on access or use of the data?

Access_Constraints: See https://mli2.gov.mb.ca//app/register/app/index.php
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  1. Who distributes the data set? (Distributor 1 of 1)

    Manitoba Conservation and Water Stewardship
    c/o Tony Viveiros
    GIS Database Manager
    200 Saulteaux Crescent
    Winnipeg, Manitoba R3J 3W3
    CA

    204-945-7956 (voice)
    204-948-2671 (FAX)
    antonio.viveiros@gov.mb.ca

  2. What's the catalog number I need to order this data set?

  3. What legal disclaimers am I supposed to read?

    See access and use constraints information.

  4. How can I download or order the data?

  5. Is there some other way to get the data?

    Download from MLI website (https://mli2.gov.mb.ca//)


Who wrote the metadata?

Dates:
Last modified: 05-Dec-2012
Metadata author:
Manitoba Conservation and Water Stewardship
c/o Tony Viveiros
GIS Database Manager
200 Saulteaux Crescent
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3J 3W3

204-945-7956 (voice)
antonio.viveiros@gov.mb.ca

Metadata standard:
FGDC Content Standard for Digital Geospatial Metadata (FGDC-STD-001-1998)


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