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FEMA Q3NRCS SSURGONHDPlus PNW Hydrography Frameworkslope gradient (%) of the dominant component of the soil map unit based on composition percentage, for the dominant soil map unit in the polygonp1= dominantly hydric soil, 2= partially hydric soil, 0= nonhydric, for the dominant soil map unit in the polygonnominalordinal
dimensionlessWell drained,Moderately well drained,,Somewhat poorly drained,Poorly drained,Excessively drained,Somewhat excessively drained,or Very poorly drainedswhether the soil map unit intercepted by the largest portion of the polygon is dominantly, partially, or not hydricKwhether any part of the wetland polygon is located in the 100yr flood zone'1= inlet, 1.5= outlet, 2= both, 0= none1"Up"hill, "UpMid", "Up and Down", Mid , or Down"
Categoriesualluvial fans, bars, benches on hills, depressions , depressions on flood plains, depressions on hills, depressions on mountains, depressions on stream terraces, depressions on terraces , drainageways on hills , drainageways on mountains , drainageways on stream terraces , drainageways on terraces, escarpments on terraces , fans, flood plains , hills, hillslopes, islands, lakebeds (relict) , low hills, marshes, mountain slopes , mountains, overflow stream channels, oxbows, relict lakebeds , sloughs , strath terraces , structural benches , swales , swales on flood plains , swales on hills , swales on terraces , or terracestpercent clay (weighted average in top soil layer) of soil map unit intercepted by the largest portion of the polygonUpercent hydric of the soil map unit intercepted by the largest portion of the polygonyweighted average slope gradient (%) of all components in the soil map unit, for the dominant soil map unit in the polygonYgeomorphic setting of the soil map unit intercepted by the largest portion of the polygonQdrainage class of soil map unit intercepted by the largest portion of the polygon%mean elevation of the associated HUC4(maximum elevation of the associated HUC4'median elevation of the associated HUC4%mean elevation of the associated HUC5(maximum elevation of the associated HUC5'median elevation of the associated HUC5%mean elevation of the associated HUC6(maximum elevation of the associated HUC6'median elevation of the associated HUC6difference in elevation between the median elevation of the associated HUC4 watershed and the centroid of the wetland polygon (positive values indicate polygon is lower in the HUC4, negative values indicate headwater position of wetland)PRISMdegreescompass degrees`BLM,COE,STATE,STATE_ODFW,WATER,USFWS=NWR,COUNTY,OSU & STATE,STATE_OSPR,CITY,TNC,USFS,or BPA/ODFW`Corrected Perimeter Area Index= 0.282P / 0.5A, where A = WetArea (acres) and P= perimeter (ft)presence of an intersecting channel that is higher (inlet) or lower (outlet) than the polygon according to topographic flow model= pincludes these types= A, AE, AH, and AO. ZONE A= Areas subject to inundation by the 1percentannualchance flood event generally determined using approximate methodologies. ZONE AE= Areas subject to inundation by the 1percentannual chance flood event determined by detailed methods. ZONE AH= Areas subject to inundation by 1percentannualchance shallow flooding (usually areas of ponding) where average depths are between one and three feet. ZONE AO= Areas subject to inundation by 1percentannualchance shallow flooding (usually sheet flow on sloping terrain) where average depths are between one and three feet.!ditto= relative position in HUC5!ditto= relative position in HUC6I1= Valley, 2= Toe Slope, 3= Flat, 4= Midslope, 5= Upper Slopes, 6= Ridges!1= Canyons, Deeply Incised Streams, 2= Midslope Drainages, Shallow Valleys, 3= Upland Drainages, Headwaters, 4= UShaped Valleys, 5= Plains, 6= Open Slopes, 7= Upper Slopes, Mesas, 8= Local Ridges, Hills in Valleys, 9= Midslope Ridges, Small Hills in Plains, 10= Mountain Tops, High RidgesNHDPlus flow gridRegion wide wetland MedianRegion wide wetland MinimumRegion wide wetland MaximumratioMWetland polygon area divided by the log10 of its contributing area (ContArea);Wetland polygon area divided by the log10 of its HUC6 area PWetland polygon contains Bog/ Fen (9166) or Prairie (9221) or Vernal Pool (9251)SAC (ORNHIC)planiform curvature, the rate of change in slope perpendicular to the direction of slope. Positive values denote convex curvature (where w< ater will tend to converge) and negative values indicate concave curvature (where water will tend to diverge). Calculated for polygon centroid using standard ArcInfo GRID functions based on the algorithms of Zevenbergen and Thorne (1987), and using a 3x3 cell neighborhood, in this case representing curvature in a 30 sq.m area.profile curvature, the rate of change in slope in the direction of slope. The profile curvature affects the acceleration and deceleration of flow, which influence erosion and deposition. Calculated for polygon centroid as above.NSlope position class for polygon centroid based on Topographic Position Index (TPI) value, which is the difference between the elevation at a cell and the average elevation in a neighborhood surrounding that cell. Positive values indicate that the cell is higher than its neighbors while negative values indicate the cell is lower.WLandform class for polygon centroid based on Topographic Position Index (TPI) value (see above). For example, a point on the landscape with a negative smallneighborhood TPI value and a positive largeneighborhood TPI value is likely to represent a small valley on a larger hilltop. Such a feature would be classified as an upland drainage.The theoretical and relative accumulation of flow proceeding downhill in a drainageway, based mainly on contributing area and average slope above the wetland's lowest "pour point".BAn index closely related to the topographic wetness index which potentially can be used to estimate the erosive power of the terrain. Calculated at the wetland pour point, as:
SPI  As* (tan(beta))
where As  Area Value calculated as (flow accumulation + 1)*(pixel area m2) and beta is the slope expressed in degrees.Topographic Convergence Index (TCI). A Wetness Index similar to Compound Topographic Index (CTI). Higher positive values indicate wetter and lower negative values indicate drier. Values in flat areas will tend to be very large and less meaningful. Calculated at the wetland pour point as:
ln (As / (tan(beta)) where As = Area Value calculated as (flow accumulation + 1 ) *(pixel area m2) and beta is the slope expressed as percent rise.;slope (gradient) measured at the wetland polygon's centroidaspect (orientation direction) measured at the wetland polygon's centroid (1 denotes wetlands too flat to detect an orientation)9Precipitation, mean annual, at wetland polygon's centroid:Temperature, minimum annual, at wetland polygon's centroid:Temperature, maximum annual, at wetland polygon's centroid degrees CcmITemperature, maximum during growing season, at wetland polygon's centroid;wetland polygon intercepts a mapped road, T= true, F= falseXPrecipitation, mean during growing season (MarchOctober), at wetland polygon's centroidXTemperature, minimum during growing season (MarchOctober) at wetland polygon's centroid^wetland polygon is within 100 ft of a mapped road but does not intercept it, T= true, F= falsePNWHF, GNISBLMSwetland polygon is within 300 ft of a mapped spring located uphill from the wetlandUpercent of wetland polygon with surficial geologic type = Sedimentary & Volcanic RockHpercent of wetland polygon with surficial geologic type = Intrusive RockJpercent of wetland polygon with surficial geologic type = Sedimentary RockGpercent of wetland polygon with surficial geologic type = Volcanic RockJpercent of wetland polygon with surficial geologic type = Undifferentiated@identifier originally assigned to each dissolved wetland polygonTNC Ecological Systems/area of wetland polygon that is mapped as Water0percent of wetland polygon mapped as Wet Prairie*percent of wetland polygon mapped as Water5percent of wetland polygon mapped as Freshwater Marsh9area of wetland contributing area that is mapped as Water5percent of wetland polygon mapped as Forested WetlandMarea of wetland contributing area that is mapped as Lowland Prairie & SavannaDarea of wetland contributing area that is mapped as Forested Wetland?area of wetland contributing area that is mapped as Wet PrairieDarea of wetland contributing area that is mapped as Freshwater MarshPpercent of wetland contributing area that is mapped as Lowland Prairie & SavannaGpercent of wetland contributing area that is mapped as Freshwater MarshGpercent of wetland contributing area that is mapped as Forested WetlandBpercent of wetland contributing area that is mapped as Wet Prairie<percent of wetland contributing area that is mapped as WaterBarea of wetland extended contributing area that is mapped as WaterVarea of wetland extended contributing area that is mapped as Lowland Prairie & SavannaMarea of wetland extended contributing area that is mapped as Forested WetlandHarea of wetland extended contributing area that is mapped as Wet PrairieMarea of wetland extended contributing area that is mapped as Freshwater Marshkarea of wetland that may have been "Ash swamp and ash swale, sometimes with alder" during presettlement eraarea of wetland that may have been "Ashalderwillow swamp, sometimes with bigleaf maple, often with vine maple, ninebark"during presettlement eraarea of wetland that may have been "Ashmixed deciduous riparian forest with combinations of red alder, bigleaf maple, black hawthorn" during presettlement eraVarea of wetland that may have been FFA (see above) but burned during presettlement eraarea of wetland that may have been "Red aldermixed conifer riparian forest; combinations of red cedar, grand & Douglas fir, other species" during presettlement eraWarea of wetland that may have been FFCL (see above) but burned during presettlement erayarea of wetland that may have been "Red alder swamp, usually with salmonberry, sometimes willow" during presettlement eraarea of wetland that may have been "White oakash riparian forest, sometimes with ponderosa pine, cottonwood and willow" during presettlement eraarea of wetland that may have been "Black cottonwood forest, sometimes with willow rose, briars, nettles, crabapple" during presettlement eraarea of wetland that may have been "Willow swamp, sometimes with ninebark, including riparian stands on gravel or sand bars" during presettlement era]area of wetland that may have been "Mounded prairie, seasonally wet" during presettlement eraqarea of wetland that may have been "Pond lily aquatic bed, sometimes with skunk cabbage" during presettlement erauarea of wetland that may have been "Seasonallyflooded lake, pond or slough >66 feet across" during presettlement eraXarea of wetland that may have been "Swamp, composition unknown" during presettlement eraarea of wetland that may have been "Emergent wetland, composition unknown; 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