24k version of Idaho Fish & Game's (IDFG) 2005 California Bighorn Sheep Controlled Hunt Areas.
This file was produced by IDFG from the legal descriptions available in the back of the published regulations.
Boundaries of all active IDFG Access Yes! properties in 2005.
Access 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.
The NHD LLID Tools are an ArcMap 10 Add-in programmed in ArcObjects VB.net. The purpose is to transfer the LLID whole stream route identifiers from our existing 1:100,000 whole stream route system to a whole stream route system based on the 1:24,000 NHD Hydrography, and to identify and resolve stream name conflicts between the two systems.
The tool has three main components, organized into tabs on the ArcMap Add-in dockable window. The first tab contains a tool to initiate an algorithm which assigns LLIDs to NHD ComID segments based on matching stream names. The second tab provides a set of tools for assigning LLIDs to ComID segments for individual streams. This tab also provides a tool for creating new LLID routes. The third tab provides a tool for identifying the location of stream name conflicts, as well as the nature of the conflict, how the stream was routed, why the stream was routed in this way, and what further action is required. This portion of the application can be used without the LLID assignment functionality.
Click the following link to download the application, instructions,sample data, and sample map documents. https://fishgame.idaho.gov/ifwis/download/NHD_LLID/NHD_LLID_Routing.zip
Unzip the LLID_RoutingTools file to C:\ . This will create the directory C:\ NHD_LLID_Routing which includes the geodatabase NHD_LLID_Routing.mdb. This file must be in this location for the program to function. If you need to put the directory in another location contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The NHD_LLID_Routing.zip contains the following:
- NHD LLID Routing Tools Instructions.doc. This document outlines how to use the tools to assign LLIDs to lines in the NHDFlowline layer and how to create a measured route system from these lines.
- The NHD LLID Routing Tools ArcMap 10 Add-in.
- A sample map document with no LLIDs assigned and the NHDFlowline layer unsymbolized. Start with this mxd if you would like to try out all the features of the NHD_LLID Tools. (NHDSampleUnrouted.mxd)
- A sample map document with LLIDs assigned. The State LLID route layer and the NHDFlowline layer are symbolized by LLID. The document also contains example IssuePoints highlighting discrepancies between the layers. A completed NHD_LLID Route layer is also present. (NHDSampleRouted.mxd)
- A sample map document with the State LLID route layer and the NHDFlowline layer symbolized by Name and GNIS_Name. The document also contains example IssuePoints highlighting discrepancies between the layers. (NHDSampleByName.mxd)
- The NHD_LLID_Routing.mdb geodatabase that supports the application.
- A sample NHD geodatabase where no LLIDs have been assigned (NHD17010304Unrouted).
- A sample NHD geodatabase where LLIDs have been assigned and a route system has been created (NHD17010304Routed).
Presence and suspected presence of select species of fish in Idaho streams. The select species include: chinnok, sockeye, and coho salmon; steelhead, bull, westslope cutthroat, bonneville cutthroat, and yellowstone cutthroat; white sturgeon; and pacific lamprey.
Add-ins are the new way to deploy and access ArcMap 10 custom applications and tools. There is a new and improved version of the LayerFetcher tools developed as an ArcMap 10 Add-in. All you have to do to access the new LayerFetcher application is reference the network folder where it is located and turn on the toolbar. To add the LayerFetcher , do the following:
1) Click Customize on the top menu bar in ArcMap 10 then click Add-In Manager.
2) Click click the Options tab then click the Add Folder button.
3) Navigate to Q:\IFWIS\AddIns and click OK. Then close Add-In Manager.
4) Click Customize then Tool Bars and check on the IDFG LayerFetcher Tools.
That’s it! No installation programs, no copying files. And you only have to do the first three steps once. Any other tools we place in this folder will automatically be available to you. Just check on the tool bar. Any updates we do to existing Add-ins will be available without you doing anything.
If you find other Add-Ins that you would like to use, you can create your own AddIns folder in you folder on the Q:\ drive. Just save the Add-in to that folder, and then follow the same steps listed above to reference it in the Add-ins Manager.
You can dock the LayerFetcher toolbar and LayerFetcher window anywhere on the main ArcMap window.
Although there is a tool in ArcToolbox (Layer to KML) that allows you to convert your ArcGIS file to a Google Earth KML file, this tool gives you no options for customizing how the information is displayed.
Let me present to you the opensource (aka FREE) Shp2kml tool:
Note: The Download link is actually half way down the webpage, the large Start Download button at the top of the page is part of an ad for a different product.
Step 1: Choose your input file and coordinate system.
Step 2: Decide which attribute you want to use as the label and check 'Mouse Roll over Effect' if you want to highlight a feature when the mouse is moved over it.
Step 3: Decide what color and transparency (opacity) you features will be.
Step 4: Decide what attribute information you would like in the pop-up balloon when a feature is clicked or selected and customize the balloons symbology.
Step 5: Give the kml layer a name and any descriptive information you would like and your done!
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