• Data Citations and References - Phase II

References

For complete information regarding the origination and stewards of specific data, please refer to the compiled metadata. Metadata will be available online at http://raar.cast.uark.edu and by contacting Pam Cooper, NRCS Arkansas Office.

Digital Data Citations

1.   Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality. (Accessed: 2010, November). Ecologically Sensitive Waterways. Arkansas, United States.

2.    Arkansas Forestry Commission. (Accessed: 2011, April). Arkansas Ice Band, 2009. (NRCS U.S. Department of Agriculture, Compiler) Arkansas, United States.

3.    Arkansas Forestry Commission. (Accessed: 2011, April). Southern Pine Beetle risk. (NRCS U.S. Department of Agriculture, Compiler) Arkansas, United States.

4.    Arkansas Game and Fish Commission and Partners. (Accessed: 2011, April). Arkansas Wildlife Action Plan. (The Nature Conservancy Arkansas Office, Compiler) Arkansas, United States: The Nature Conservancy of Arkansas.

5.    Arkansas Natural Resources Commission. (Accessed: 2010, April). Arkansas Ground Water Protection and Management Report. Arkansas, United States: Arkansas Natural Resources Commission.

6.    Arkansas Oil and Gas Commission. (Accessed: 2011, May). Oil and Gas Wells. Arkansas, United States.

7.    Coordinated effort between the United States Department of Agriculture-Natural Resources Conservation Service (USDA-NRCS), the United States Geological Survey (USGS), and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). (Accessed: 2010, October). National Hydrography Dataset. Arkansas [Online WWW]. Available URL: "http://datagateway.nrcs.usda.gov", United States.

8.    Holland, T. W. (Accessed: 2011, February). Water Use in Arkansas, 2005. U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2007-5214, 32 p.

9.    Kresse, T. M., & Clark, B. R. (2008). Occurrence, Distribution, Sources, and Trends of Elevated Chloride Concentrations in the Mississippi River Valley Alluvial Aquifer in Southeastern Arkansas. U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2008:5193, 34 p.

10. Multi-Resolution Land Characteristics Consortium (MRLC) Partners. (Accessed: 2011, April). 2006 National Land Cover Data. (NRCS U.S. Department of Agriculture, Compiler) Arkansas, United States: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

11. National Park Service, Air Resources Division. (Accessed: 2011, May). National Parks - Federal Class 1. (N. R. Service, Compiler) Arkansas, United States.

12. Radeloff, V. C., Hammer, R. B., & Stewart, S. L. (2005). The Wildland-Urban Interface. Ecological Applications , 15(3) , 799-805. United States.

13. Riitters, K. (Accessed: 2010, November). Forest Fragmentation Risk. Arkansas, United States: National Atlas of the United States.

14. Soil Survey Staff. (Accessed: 2010, November). Soil Survey Geographic (SSURGO) Database for Arkansas. Little Rock, Arkansas, United States: Natural Resources Conservation Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.

15. Southern Group of State Foresters. (Accessed: 2011, May). Southern Wildfire Risk Assessment Project. (NRCS U.S. Department of Agriculture, Compiler) Arkansas, United States.

16. Spetich, M. A. (Accessed: 2011, May). Upland Oak Ecology Symposium: History, Current Conditions and Sustainability. Arkansas, United States.

17. Twedt, D. J., Uihlein, W. B., & Elliott, B. (2006, February). A Spatially Explicit Decision Support Model for Restoration of Forest Bird Habitat. Conservation Biology , 100-110.

18. U.S. Department of Agriculture. (2007). 2007 Census of Agriculture. Retrieved May 2011, from National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS): http://quickstats.nass.usda.gov

19. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service. (Accessed: 2011, April). Imported Fire Ant Quarantine (October 2009. (NRCS U.S. Department of Agriculture, Compiler) Arkansas, United States.

20. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service. (Accessed: 2011, April). Farmers with Salt Issues; Herbicide Resistant Counties. (P. Cooper, Compiler) Arkansas, United States.

21. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. (Accessed: 2011, April). 303D Impaired Waters (EPA_wbd_303d_a_ar_2010). (NRCS U.S. Department of Agriculture, Compiler) Fort Worth, Texas, United States.

22. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. (Accessed: 2011, May). Ozone Non-Attainment Areas (8-hour). (NRCS U.S. Department of Agriculture, Compiler) Arkansas, United States.

23. U.S. Geological Survey. (Accessed: 2011, April). U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report 2004-1352, Engineering Aspects of Karst (Digital File). (NRCS U.S. Department of Agriculture, Compiler) Arkansas, United States: U.S. Geological Survey.

24. USDA, Forest Health Technology Enterprise Team. (Accessed: 2011, November). Insect and Disease Risk. Arkansas, United States.

25. Resource Assessment Division. (Accessed: 2012, January). Inherent Soil Vulnerability to Runoff and Leaching (with 2006 Land Cover). Beltsville, Maryland, United States: Natural Resources Conservation Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.

          26. Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies (Created: 2012, November). Variable Riparian              Buffer, 30meter. Fayetteville, Arkansas, United States: University of Arkansas.

27. Arkansas Natural Resources Commission. (Accessed: 2011, April). Arkansas Ground Water Protection and Management Report. Arkansas, United States: Arkansas Natural Resources Commission.

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