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Office of Response and Restoration, 2022: Sensitivity of Coastal Environments and Wildlife to Spilled Oil: Northwest Arctic, Alaska: BIRDS (Bird Polygons), https://www.fisheries.noaa.gov/inport/item/40451.

Item Identification

Title: Sensitivity of Coastal Environments and Wildlife to Spilled Oil: Northwest Arctic, Alaska: BIRDS (Bird Polygons)
Short Name: NW_Artic_BIRDS
Status: Completed
Publication Date: 2002-08
Abstract:

This data set contains sensitive biological resource data for wading birds, shorebirds, waterfowl, raptors, diving birds, pelagic birds, and gulls/terns in Northwest Arctic, Alaska. Vector polygons in this data set represent locations of bird nesting, migratory staging, molting, and wintering sites. Species-specific abundance, seasonality, status, life history, and source information are stored in relational data tables (described below) designed to be used in conjunction with this spatial data layer. See also the NESTS (Nest Points) data layer, part of the larger Northwest Arctic database, for additional bird information.This data set comprises a portion of the Environmental Sensitivity Index (ESI) data for Northwest Arctic, Alaska. ESI data characterize the marine and coastal environments and wildlife by their sensitivity to spilled oil. The ESI data include information for three main components: shoreline habitats, sensitive biological resources, and human-use resources.

Purpose:

The ESI data were collected, mapped, and digitized to provide environmental data for oil spill planning and response. The Clean Water Act with amendments by the Oil Pollution Act of 1990 requires response plans for immediate and effective protection of sensitive resources.

Notes:

2014

Other Citation Details:

Prepared by Research Planning, Inc., Columbia, South Carolina for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), National Ocean Service, Office of Response and Restoration, Hazardous Materials Response Division, Seattle, Washington and Anchorage, Alaska; Oil Spill Recovery Institute, Cordova, Alaska; Bering Straits Coastal Resources Service Area, Unalakleet, Alaska; Northwest Arctic Borough, Kotzebue, Alaska; Cominco Mining Company, Red Dog, Alaska; Norton Sound Economic Development Corporation, Anchorage, Alaska; Alaska CHADUX Oil Spill Cooperative, Anchorage, Alaska; NANA Regional Corporation, Kotzebue, Alaska; Alaskan Civil Air Patrol, Kotzebue, Alaska; and National Marine Fisheries Service, Juneau, Alaska.

Supplemental Information:

Resource Description - ESI Atlas for Northwest Arctic, Alaska

Keywords

Theme Keywords

Thesaurus Keyword
UNCONTROLLED
ISO 19115 Topic Category environment
ISO 19115 Topic Category oceans
NOS Topic Category Environmental Monitoring
None Bird
None Coastal resources
None Coastal Zone Management
None ESI
None Oil spill planning
None Sensitivity maps
None Wildlife

Spatial Keywords

Thesaurus Keyword
UNCONTROLLED
None Alaska
None Northwest Arctic

Physical Location

Organization: Office of Response and Restoration
City: Silver Spring
State/Province: MD

Data Set Information

Data Set Scope Code: Data Set
Maintenance Frequency: None Planned
Data Presentation Form: vector digital data
Entity Attribute Overview:

In addition to the geographic data layers, six relational attribute or data tables, BIORES, BREED, SEASONAL, SOURCES, SPECIES, and STATUS, are used to store the complex biological data in the ESI data structure. The geographic data layer containing biological resource information (in this case, BIRDS) is linked to the Biological Resources table (BIORES) using the unique ID and the lookup table BIO_LUT, or it can be linked directly using RARNUM. The ID is a unique combination of the atlas number (for the Northwest Arctic atlas, the number is 73), an element/layer specific number (BIRDS are layer 1, FISH are layer 2, etc.), and a unique record number. The RARNUM represents a unique combination of species, seasonalities, concentrations, and source information. For each of these groupings, a number is generated. That number is concatenated with the atlas number to create a "resource at risk" number that is unique across atlases. BIORES and the other relational data tables are described below in detail. See the Browse_Graphic section for a link to the entity-relationship diagram, which describes the way these tables relate to the geographic data layers and other attribute tables in the ESI data structure.Due to the complexity of the relational database model, the data items are also post-processed into a flat file format. This table, called BIOFILE, may be used in place of the relational files described below to ease simple data queries. The items in the flat file are ELEMENT, SUBELEMENT, NAME, GEN_SPEC, S_F, T_E, NHP, DATE_PUB, CONC, JAN, FEB, MAR, APR, MAY, JUN, JUL, AUG, SEP, OCT, NOV, DEC, BREED1, BREED2, BREED3, BREED4, BREED5, RARNUM, G_SOURCE, S_SOURCE, and BREED. All of these items are the same as their counterparts in the individual data tables described below, except the BREED1-BREED5 and BREED items. BREED is a newly generated variable used to link to the BREED_DT data table, a modified, more compact version of the relational BREED data table. BREED1-BREED5 give a text summary of when each life stage occurs within the associated map object. The life stages referred to are the same as those listed in the Detailed_Description of the BREED data table. The link to the BIOFILE may be made through the BIO_LUT, using ID to link to RARNUM, or BIOFILE may be linked directly to the RARNUM in each of the geographic layer's attribute data tables. As mentioned, BREED_DT is an auxiliary support data table to the flat file structure, which allows the user to do searches based on month for seasonal breeding activities. The link from the flat file to BREED_DT is the BREED item.A second supporting data table is SOURCES. This is the same as the source file described above, and the link from the flat file is both G_SOURCE and S_SOURCE. It should be noted that although the flat file eases data query, it is not a normalized database structure, and actual updates performed by the states and other responsible agencies should be done using the relational data tables. The entity-relationship diagram describing relationships between attribute tables in the ESI data structure does NOT include the BIOFILE data table, and this data table is NOT described in detail below.

Entity Attribute Detail Citation:

Unknown

Distribution Liability:

Although these data have been processed successfully on a computer system at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, no warranty, expressed or implied, is made by NOAA regarding the utility of the data on any other system, nor shall the act of distribution constitute any such warranty. NOAA warrants the delivery of this product in computer-readable format, and will offer a replacement copy of the product when the product is determined unreadable by computer-input peripherals, or when the physical medium is delivered in damaged condition.

Data Set Credit: This project was supported by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), National Ocean Service, Office of Response and Restoration, Hazardous Materials Response Division, Seattle, Washington and Anchorage, Alaska; Oil Spill Recovery Institute, Cordova, Alaska; Bering Straits Coastal Resources Service Area, Unalakleet, Alaska; Northwest Arctic Borough, Kotzebue, Alaska; Cominco Mining Company, Red Dog, Alaska; Norton Sound Economic Development Corporation, Anchorage, Alaska; Alaska CHADUX Oil Spill Cooperative, Anchorage, Alaska; NANA Regional Corporation, Kotzebue, Alaska; Alaskan Civil Air Patrol, Kotzebue, Alaska; and National Marine Fisheries Service, Juneau, Alaska.

Support Roles

Data Steward

CC ID: 511569
Date Effective From: 2002-08
Date Effective To:
Contact (Position): ESI Program Manager
Address: 7600 Sand Point Way NE
Seattle, WA 98115
Email Address: orr.esi@noaa.gov

Distributor

CC ID: 511571
Date Effective From: 2002-08
Date Effective To:
Contact (Position): ESI Program Manager
Address: 7600 Sand Point Way NE
Seattle, WA 98115
Email Address: orr.esi@noaa.gov

Metadata Contact

CC ID: 511572
Date Effective From: 2002-08
Date Effective To:
Contact (Position): ESI Program Manager
Address: 7600 Sand Point Way NE
Seattle, WA 98115
Email Address: orr.esi@noaa.gov

Point of Contact

CC ID: 511570
Date Effective From: 2002-08
Date Effective To:
Contact (Position): ESI Program Manager
Address: 7600 Sand Point Way NE
Seattle, WA 98115
Email Address: orr.esi@noaa.gov

Extents

Currentness Reference: The biological data were compiled during 2001-2002. The currentness dates for these data range from 1978 to 2002 and are documented in the Source_Information section.

Extent Group 1

Extent Group 1 / Geographic Area 1

CC ID: 511575
W° Bound: -172
E° Bound: -159.667
N° Bound: 68
S° Bound: 62.7

Extent Group 1 / Time Frame 1

CC ID: 511574
Time Frame Type: Range
Start: 2001
End: 2002

Spatial Information

Spatial Representation

Representations Used

Vector: Yes

Vector Representation 1

CC ID: 588884
Complex Object Present?: Yes
Complex Object Count: 441
Curve Object Present?: Yes
Curve Object Count: 848476
Point Object Present?: Yes
Point Object Count: 441
Surface Object Present?: Yes
Surface Object Count: 2324

Access Information

Security Class: Unclassified
Data Access Procedure:

Contact NOAA for distribution options (see Distributor). ESI data are processed into multiple formats to make them useful to a wider community of GIS/mapping users. Distribution formats include ARC export, MOSS and Shape files, and MARPLOT map folders. An ArcView ESI project and ESI_Viewer product are also included on the distribution CDs for ease of use of the ESI data. The database files are distributed both in the NOAA standard relational database format (see NOAA Technical Memorandum NOS ORCA 115) and in a simplified desktop flat file format. This metadata document includes information on both of these database formats.;

Data Access Constraints:

None

Data Use Constraints:

DO NOT USE MAPS FOR NAVIGATIONAL PURPOSES.Besides the above warning, there are no use constraints on these data. Note that the ESI database should not be used to the exclusion of other pertinent data or information held by state or federal agencies or other organizations. Likewise, information contained in the database cannot be used in place of consultations with environmental, natural resource, and cultural resource agencies, or in place of field surveys. Recognize that the information contained in the ESI database represents known concentration areas or occurrences of natural, cultural, and human-use resources, but does not necessarily represent the full distribution or range of each species or resource. This is particularly important to recognize when considering potential impacts to protected resources, such as endangered species, wetlands, etc. Acknowledgment of the originators, publishers, contributors, and sources listed would be appreciated in products derived from these data.

URLs

URL 1

CC ID: 511567
URL: http://response.restoration.noaa.gov/esi
URL Type:
Online Resource

Activity Log

Activity Log 1

CC ID: 511589
Activity Date/Time: 2002-08
Description:

Date that the source FGDC record was last modified.

Activity Log 2

CC ID: 511588
Activity Date/Time: 2017-04-05
Description:

Converted from Content Standards for Digital Geospatial Metadata (version FGDC-STD-001-1998) using 'fgdc_to_inport_xml.pl' script. Contact Tyler Christensen (NOS) for details.

Activity Log 3

CC ID: 588882
Activity Date/Time: 2017-09-13
Description:

Partial upload of Spatial Info section only.

Activity Log 4

CC ID: 604295
Activity Date/Time: 2017-11-01
Description:

Replaced entire Lineage section to populate new Source Contribution field.

Activity Log 5

CC ID: 719273
Activity Date/Time: 2018-02-08
Description:

Partial upload of Positional Accuracy fields only.

Technical Environment

Description:

The software packages used to develop the atlas are Environmental Systems Research Institute's ARC/INFO(r) (version 8.0.2) and ORACLE(r) RDBMS (version 8.0.5.0.0). The hardware configuration is Hewlett Packard workstations (models 715/50 and 712/80i) with UNIX operating system (HP-UX Release A.10.20), and PC's with Windows Operating System (NT4.0/2000).The Spatial_Data_Organization Information section refers only to the source files in the ARC export format. The following files are included in that data set: birds.e00, esi.e00, fish.e00, fishl.e00, habitats.e00, hydro.e00, index.e00, invert.e00, m_mammal.e00, m_mampt.e00, mgt.e00, nests.e00, socecon.e00, t_mammal.e00. Associated relational and desktop data tables provided in Arc export and text format are bio_lut, biofile, biores, breed, breed_dt, seasonal, soc_dat, soc_lut, sources, species, and status.

Data Quality

Accuracy:

A multi-stage error checking process is used to verify both attribute accuracy and logical consistency throughout data production. The process includes a standardized data entry methodology, hardcopy data review by in-house and external resource experts, a final Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) process, and multiple automated logical consistency checks. Quantitative data (such as densities, counts, abundances, or concentrations) provided by resource experts for inclusion in the data set may vary widely in attribute accuracy, depending upon the methodology used to collect and compile such data. For a more detailed evaluation of source data attribute accuracy, contact the sources listed in the Lineage section.

Horizontal Positional Accuracy:

Most of the spatial components of the biological data sets are developed using regional experts who estimate concentration areas. It is difficult to estimate the positional accuracy of such data, except to state that they are compiled on hardcopy basemaps with a scale of 1:250,000. Some of the spatial components of the biological data sets are developed from pre-existing digital sources and reflect the positional accuracy of these original data. See the Lineage and Process_Description sections for more information on the original data source and how these data were integrated or manipulated to create the final data set. Note that biological resource data by their very nature are considered "fuzzy", and this should be understood when considering the positional accuracy of vector digital objects representing these resources.

Completeness Report:

These data represent a synthesis of expert knowledge and available hardcopy reports and digital data on bird nesting, migratory staging, molting, and wintering concentration areas. Refer to the NESTS (Nest Points) data layer for additional nesting information. These data do not necessarily represent all bird occurrences in the Northwest Arctic. The following species are included in this data set (Species_ID, Common Name, Scientific Name, if applicable): 3, Red-throated loon, Gavia stellata; 4, Red-necked grebe, Podiceps grisegena; 11, Tundra swan, Cygnus columbianus; 12, Canada goose, Branta canadensis; 13, Brant, Branta bernicla; 14, Greater white-fronted goose, Anser albifrons; 15, Snow goose, Chen caerulescens; 16, Mallard, Anas platyrhynchos; 17, Northern pintail, Anas acuta; 18, Green-winged teal, Anas crecca; 20, Northern shoveler, Anas clypeata; 22, Greater scaup, Aythya marila; 27, Long-tailed duck, Clangula hyemalis; 29, White-winged scoter, Melanitta fusca; 30, Surf scoter, Melanitta perspicillata; 31, Pacific loon, Gavia pacifica; 33, Red-breasted merganser, Mergus serrator; 53, Red-necked phalarope, Phalaropus lobatus; 55, Whimbrel, Numenius phaeopus; 61, Pectoral sandpiper, Calidris melanotos; 63, Dunlin, Calidris alpina; 65, Long-billed dowitcher, Limnodromus scolopaceus; 66, Western sandpiper, Calidris mauri; 71, Black-bellied plover, Pluvialis squatarola; 73, Ruddy turnstone, Arenaria interpres; 80, Arctic tern, Sterna paradisaea; 81, Horned puffin, Fratercula corniculata; 84, Parakeet auklet, Aethia psittacula; 103, Common eider, Somateria mollissima; 156, Semipalmated sandpiper, Calidris pusilla; 157, Emperor goose, Chen canagica; 158, King eider, Somateria spectabilis; 159, Stellers eider, Polysticta stelleri; 160, Red phalarope, Phalaropus fulicaria; 161, Rock sandpiper, Calidris ptilocnemis; 164, American golden-plover, Pluvialis dominica; 165, Bar-tailed godwit, Limosa lapponica; 169, American wigeon, Anas americana; 172, Sandhill crane, Grus canadensis; 197, Black scoter, Melanitta nigra; 199, Pomarine jaeger, Stercorarius pomarinus; 273, Geese; 289, Hudsonian godwit, Limosa haemastica; 292, Sharp-tailed sandpiper, Calidris acuminata; 302, Scoters, Melanitta spp.; 408, Yellow-billed loon, Gavia adamsii; 413, Bristle-thighed curlew, Numenius tahitiensis; 415, Spectacled eider, Somateria fischeri; 462, Loons, Gavia spp.; 543, Pacific golden-plover, Pluvialis fulva; 1003, Waterfowl; 1013, Dabbling ducks; 1014, Diving ducks; 1022, Seabirds.

Conceptual Consistency:

A multi-stage error checking process, described in the above Attribute_Accuracy_Report, is used to verify both attribute accuracy and logical consistency throughout data production. This process includes multiple automated logical consistency checks that test the files for missing or duplicate data, rules for proper coding, GIS topological consistencies (such as dangles, unnecessary nodes, etc.), and ORACLE (r) to ARC/INFO(r) consistencies. A final review is made by the GIS manager, where the data are written to CD-ROM and the metadata are written.After the data are delivered to NOAA, they are again subjected to a number of quality and consistency checks. In the process of checking for topological and database consistencies, new ID's and RARNUM's or HUNUM's are also generated. The new ID's are a combination of atlas number, element number, and record number. In addition, the value used to represent the element is modified to reflect the type of feature being mapped. In the case of an element that is normally represented by a point or polygon, a value of 20 is added to the standard element value for mapping of linear features. In the case where an element usually mapped as a polygon is represented by a point, a value of 30 is added to the regular element value. The RARNUM's are also modified to include the atlas number, so multiple atlases can be combined and RARNUM's remain unique. RARNUM's are redefined on an element basis, so "resource at risk" groupings will contain only a single element. HUNUM's are also modified to include the atlas number.

Lineage

Sources

Alaska habitat management guide, arctic region, map atlas. 19 maps.

CC ID: 604301
Contact Name: Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G).
Publish Date: 1986-01-01
Extent Type: Discrete
Extent Start Date/Time: 1986
Scale Denominator: 1000000
Source Contribution:

Bird information | Source Geospatial Form: Hardcopy map | Type of Source Media: CD-ROM

Avian community ecology of the Akulik-Inglutalik River Delta, Norton Bay, Alaska (Vol. 3 Biological Studies. Final Report. 87 pp.)

CC ID: 604312
Contact Name: Shields, G.F. and L.J. Peyton
Publish Date: 1978-01-01
Extent Type: Discrete
Extent Start Date/Time: 1978
Source Contribution:

Bird information | Source Geospatial Form: Hardcopy text | Type of Source Media: CD-ROM

Bird concentration areas

CC ID: 604308
Contact Name: Whiting, A. (Kotzebue IRA)
Extent Type: Discrete
Extent Start Date/Time: 2002
Source Contribution:

Bird information | Source Geospatial Form: Expert knowledge | Type of Source Media: CD-ROM

Bird concentration areas

CC ID: 604309
Contact Name: Georgette, S. (ADF&G, Kotzebue)
Extent Type: Discrete
Extent Start Date/Time: 2002
Source Contribution:

Bird information | Source Geospatial Form: Expert knowledge | Type of Source Media: CD-ROM

Bird distribution and seasonality

CC ID: 604302
Contact Name: Harris, R. (NPS, Nome)
Extent Type: Discrete
Extent Start Date/Time: 2001
Source Contribution:

Bird information | Source Geospatial Form: Expert knowledge | Type of Source Media: CD-ROM

Birds of the Seward Peninsula, Alaska; 330 pp

CC ID: 604310
Contact Name: Kessel, B.
Publish Date: 1989-01-01
Extent Type: Discrete
Extent Start Date/Time: 1989
Source Contribution:

Bird information | Source Geospatial Form: Hardcopy text | Type of Source Media: CD-ROM

Coastal waterfowl survey on Selawik Island National Wildlife Refuge

CC ID: 604298
Contact Name: USFWS, Kotzebue
Extent Type: Discrete
Extent Start Date/Time: 2001
Source Contribution:

Bird information | Source Geospatial Form: Hardcopy table | Type of Source Media: CD-ROM

Most Environmentally Sensitive Areas (MESA) maps

CC ID: 604304
Contact Name: Alaska Dept. of Fish & Game (ADF&G).
Publish Date: 1997-01-01
Extent Type: Discrete
Extent Start Date/Time: 1997
Source Contribution:

Bird information | Source Geospatial Form: Hardcopy map | Type of Source Media: CD-ROM

Nesting seabird seasonality

CC ID: 604303
Contact Name: Stephenson, S. (USFWS, Anchorage)
Extent Type: Discrete
Extent Start Date/Time: 2001
Source Contribution:

Bird information | Source Geospatial Form: Expert knowledge | Type of Source Media: CD-ROM

Profiles of important shorebird sites in Alaska. Information and Technology Report USGS/BRD/ITR-2001-000X.

CC ID: 604300
Contact Name: Gill, R.E., Jr., T.L. Tibbitts, & C.M. Handel
Publish Date: 2001-01-01
Extent Type: Discrete
Extent Start Date/Time: 2001
Source Contribution:

Bird information | Source Geospatial Form: Hardcopy text | Type of Source Media: CD-ROM

Red-throated loon concentration areas

CC ID: 604307
Contact Name: Schmutz, J. (USGS, Anchorage)
Extent Type: Discrete
Extent Start Date/Time: 2001
Source Contribution:

Bird information | Source Geospatial Form: Expert knowledge | Type of Source Media: CD-ROM

Shorebird nesting and staging areas

CC ID: 604306
Contact Name: Gill, R. (USGS, Anchorage)
Extent Type: Discrete
Extent Start Date/Time: 2002
Source Contribution:

Bird information | Source Geospatial Form: Expert knowledge | Type of Source Media: CD-ROM

Spectacled eider critical habitat, wintering, and molting concentrations

CC ID: 604305
Contact Name: U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Endangered Species Program
Extent Type: Range
Extent Start Date/Time: 1993
Extent End Date/Time: 1999
Source Contribution:

Bird information | Source Geospatial Form: vector digital data | Type of Source Media: CD-ROM

Waterfowl breeding population surveys

CC ID: 604296
Contact Name: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
Extent Type: Discrete
Extent Start Date/Time: 1993
Source Contribution:

Bird information | Source Geospatial Form: Digital table | Type of Source Media: CD-ROM

Waterfowl nesting and concentration areas

CC ID: 604297
Contact Name: Larned, W. (USFWS, Soldotna)
Extent Type: Discrete
Extent Start Date/Time: 2001
Source Contribution:

Bird information | Source Geospatial Form: Expert knowledge | Type of Source Media: CD-ROM

Waterfowl nesting and concentration areas

CC ID: 604311
Contact Name: Dau, C. (USFWS, Anchorage)
Extent Type: Discrete
Extent Start Date/Time: 2002
Source Contribution:

Bird information | Source Geospatial Form: Expert knowledge | Type of Source Media: CD-ROM

Waterfowl seasonality

CC ID: 604299
Contact Name: Moran, T. (USFWS, Kotzebue)
Extent Type: Discrete
Extent Start Date/Time: 2001
Source Contribution:

Bird information | Source Geospatial Form: Expert knowledge | Type of Source Media: CD-ROM

Process Steps

Process Step 1

CC ID: 604313
Description:

Four main sources of data were used to depict bird distribution and seasonality for this data layer: 1) personal interviews with resource experts from U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), National Park Service (NPS), Kotzebue IRA, and Alaska Department of Fish & Game (ADF&G); 2) numerous published and unpublished reports, maps, and survey data; 3) a 1989 book, Birds of the Seward Peninsula, Alaska, by B. Kessel; and 4) a 2001 USFWS vector polygon "Spectacled Eider Wintering and Molting Concentration Areas" coverage.Information gathered during initial interviews and from hardcopy sources was compiled onto USGS 1:250,000 topographic quadrangles. The compiled data were digitized off the base maps into an ArcInfo system to create the BIRDS data layer. The 2001 USFWS vector polygon data were then incorporated into this data layer. All ESI, biology, and human-use data were plotted onto hardcopy draft maps. Following the creation of draft maps, a second set of interviews with resource experts was conducted. Participants who were unable to attend the meetings were sent a set of maps for review. Edits to the BIRDS data layer were made based on the recommendations of the resource experts, and final hardcopy maps were created.Concentration information varied, and therefore for some species and locations, descriptive terms such as "very high" or "high" were used, while for others, numerical counts of nests or individuals were used. Concentration ranges, such as "1,000s" or "10,000s", were used in many cases, as exact concentrations vary from year to year. Concentration and seasonality information was provided by resource experts, or was extracted from published sources, reports, and survey data. In some cases, no quantitative abundance data were available.

Process Date/Time: 2002-05-01 00:00:00

Child Items

Rubric scores updated every 15m

Rubric Score Type Title
Entity BIORES
Entity BIO_LUT
Entity BIRDS.PAT
Entity BREED
Entity SEASONAL
Entity SOURCES
Entity SPECIES
Entity STATUS

Catalog Details

Catalog Item ID: 40451
GUID: gov.noaa.nmfs.inport:40451
Metadata Record Created By: Tyler Christensen
Metadata Record Created: 2017-04-05 14:51+0000
Metadata Record Last Modified By: SysAdmin InPortAdmin
Metadata Record Last Modified: 2019-06-04 13:14+0000
Metadata Record Published: 2018-02-08
Owner Org: ORR
Metadata Publication Status: Published Externally
Do Not Publish?: N
Metadata Review Frequency: 1 Year