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Significant Natural Communities are areas that are recognized by the presence of a critical plant association that is limited in its distribution and occurrence. These areas have multiple important environmental resources that co ‐ occur and interact. These areas have species and processes that are relatively undisturbed by human actions and currently exist in their natural state.Data compiled from the following sources entities: Boulder County, City of Boulder, Rocky Mountain National Park, United States Forest Service, International Tree Ring Database.This fc contains data updated and approved by Planning Commission on 7/15/15.

Dataset Attributes

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  • Type
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  • RuleID
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    {"value"=>"Significant Natural Communities", "count"=>2152, "code"=>1} (), {"value"=>"Rule_2", "count"=>19, "code"=>2} ()
  • Comments
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    {"value"=>"delete", "count"=>121} ()
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  • Shape.STArea()
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  • Shape.STLength()
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