10 Acre MIADS Landuse Data by County

10 Acre MIADS Landuse Data by County

Last Modified: 02/02/2009

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Adair (PDF;  KB) Choctaw (PDF;  KB) Ellis (PDF;  KB) Jefferson (PDF;  KB) McCurtain (PDF;  KB) Okmulgee (PDF;  KB) Seminole (PDF;  KB)
Alfalfa (PDF;  KB) Cimarron (PDF;  KB) Garfield (PDF;  KB) Johnston (PDF;  KB) McIntosh (PDF;  KB) Osage (PDF;  KB) Sequoyah (PDF;  KB)
Atoka (PDF;  KB) Cleveland (PDF;  KB) Garvin (PDF;  KB) Kay (PDF;  KB) Major (PDF;  KB) Ottawa (PDF;  KB) Stephens (PDF;  KB)
Beaver (PDF;  KB) Coal (PDF;  KB) Grady (PDF;  KB) Kingfisher (PDF;  KB) Marshall (PDF;  KB) Pawnee (PDF;  KB) Texas (PDF;  KB)
Beckham (PDF;  KB) Comanche (PDF;  KB) Grant (PDF;  KB) Kiowa (PDF;  KB) Mayes (PDF;  KB) Payne (PDF;  KB) Tillman (PDF;  KB)
Blaine (PDF;  KB) Cotton (PDF;  KB) Greer (PDF;  KB) Latimer (PDF;  KB) Murray (PDF;  KB) Pittsburg (PDF;  KB) Tulsa (PDF;  KB)
Bryan (PDF;  KB) Craig (PDF;  KB) Harmon (PDF;  KB) LeFlore (PDF;  KB) Muskogee (PDF;  KB) Pontotoc (PDF;  KB) Wagoner (PDF;  KB)
Caddo (PDF;  KB) Creek (PDF;  KB) Harper (PDF;  KB) Lincoln (PDF;  KB) Noble (PDF;  KB) Pottawatomie (PDF;  KB) Washington (PDF;  KB)
Canadian (PDF;  KB) Custer (PDF;  KB) Haskell (PDF;  KB) Logan (PDF;  KB) Nowata (PDF;  KB) Pushmataha (PDF;  KB) Washita (PDF;  KB)
Carter (PDF;  KB) Delaware (PDF;  KB) Hughes (PDF;  KB) Love (PDF;  KB) Okfuskee (PDF;  KB) Roger Mills (PDF;  KB) Woods (PDF;  KB)
Cherokee (PDF;  KB) Dewey (PDF;  KB) Jackson (PDF;  KB) McClain (PDF;  KB) Oklahoma (PDF;  KB) Rogers (PDF;  KB) Woodward (PDF;  KB)

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The Map Information Assembly and Display System (MIADS) Land Use/Land Cover Dataset used a grid and encode system to transfer land use/land cover data from a controlled resource base map to computer. Base maps were referenced to the Universal transverse Mercator (UTM) map coordinate system. Instructions for sorting are given through a legend composed of coded resource symbols. The resulting computer generated county map and data determine extent and location for the interpretation.