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ArcUSA 1:2M

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The ArcUSA 1:2M database is a comprehensive vector basemap of the coterminous United States at a scale of 1:2 million. Features include state and county boundaries, hydrography, roads, railroads, place names, and federal lands. Index layers include latitude/longitude grids, a Landsat satellite scene index, and USGS quadrangle indexes for 1:24,000-, 1:100,000-, and 1:250,000-scale maps. Attributes for states and counties include 1990 census data; socioeconomic, demographic, and health statistics (from the mid-1980s); agricultural product and market value statistics; local government finance statistics; and general land use and soils information. Also includes 1:25 million-scale map data.

Creator: 
Environmental Systems Research Institute INC.
Date of creation: 
1992
Temporal extent: 
1992
Edition: 
1992
Scale: 
1:2,000,000
Data type: 
Require permission to use?: 
None
Require acknowledgement to use?: 
None
Cost for use: 
None
Medium: 
CD-ROM [052]
Restrictions: 
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