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Multi-Species Conservation Plan Urban Growth Model

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Descriptive nameMulti-Species Conservation Plan Urban Growth Model
File namemscpgrth
Spatial domainEastern Pima County
AbstractMSCPGRTH shows projected residential development in decadal increments and by urban form type through the year 2040 (the length of the MSCP permit). It follows the methods developed for the City-County Water Study white paper on urban form and cost of infrastructure. If differs from the white paper's growth model only in the population projections used. MSCPGRTH uses Arizona Department of Economic Security population projections; the white paper addressed a build-out population of 2 million people. See MSCP appendix for more information. See more information.
Known errors/qualificationsMSCPGRTH projects an urban footprint on a regional scale and relies on a series of compounding assumptions. It should not be used to assess the fate of individual parcels.
Feature typepolygon
Feature count 34
Thumbnail Map mscpgrth.pdf PDF file format   (2,197,075 bytes, PDF created 07/20/2022 )
ProjectionNAD83 HPGN (Parameters)
Rectificationunknown
Field/value metadata Field metadata
Source organizationPima County ITD GIS
Source contactMike List
Source document or file name
Source date20091115
Source scale
Source formatUnknown
Date of last data update
(This date may not be current.)
20091115
Last data update byMike List
Date/time last touched - Meaning? 2021-03-17  11:37 PM - Enterprise GDB
  2021-03-17  11:37 PM - Shapefile - Library input format
  See coverage files, if any, for date.
Lineage
On maintenance?No
Maintenance organization
Maintenance description
Original conversion byMike List
Pima County ITD GIS contactMike List
Alternate Pima County ITD GIS contacte-mail address
On  Pima County Geospatial Data Portal? No

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