LANDCOVER



I used this study area to clip (raster tool is extract by mask) each groups output normalized ES value raster before making the stacked ES rasters. This needed to be done because (1) each groups pixels did not line up and (2) the extent of pixels were different. It is likely that each group will have to use this in their $ value raster to ensure they jive.

Here is a 2001 land use / cover raster that jives with the stacked ES and ES $ rasters (kb 11/29/2010):





Here are masks of LULC for Urban, Forest, Ag, GRASS, and Wetlands.Update 11/30/10




Symbology: NLCDsymbology.lyr



POLLINATION

These are the final pollen outputs (as of 11/15/2010)



Pollen Cash value (as of 11/23/2010)




Here is the pollen cash value for 20 years created by multiplying the above raster by 18.23 and clipped to the study area






CARBON






Note: This is sequestration for 1 year. To get a 20-year forward-looking NPV with a 1% discount, multiply by 18.23 (george 11/23)

Below are carbon med and high multiplied by 18.23 and clipped to the study area (kb 11/24/2010):








WATER((

BioPhysical: Link to Water files (normalized nutrient retention is named: Norm_N_Ret.img)

https://velocity.ncsu.edu/dl/ 2Obfl26/22588

$Value (20 years, 1% discount):

Here is the wp_value raster clipped to the study area (kb 11/24/2010):




Stormwater is somewhere in here (Shawn didn't tell me the specific file): https://velocity.ncsu.edu/dl/2Obfl26/22588

There are two scenarios that I (Shawn) applied:
1)Converting all Agriculture to Urban Developement2)Converting all Forested areas to Urban DevelopmentAfter doing some work to figure out what kind of water yield changes would occur, I multiplied the changes by $2 and $6. Hence, there are 4 files. They are all valid but it was unclear to me which would be the preferred value.



BIODIVERSITY

Natural Heritage Significant Natural Heritage Areas in this zip. EO's in this zip are NOT correct.


NOTE: WORKING Element Occurrences (GIS layer) are in this file on velocity: https://velocity.ncsu.edu/dl/2Obfl26/21990


FINAL Element Occurrence list (11/17/2010)



EO joined with ecosystem service quartiles (11/17/2010 - Bigsby)



Cleaned EO layer (11/17/2010)



Individual species grid files (11/18/10 NCH)

https://velocity.ncsu.edu/dl/jezqnBG/22901





Property Value

Original tax layers: https://velocity.ncsu.edu/dl/2Obfl26/22986


Tax Value Raster (30m pixels)




Tax Value inflation adjusted raster (clipped so that it jives with stacked ES rasters) (kb - 11/24/2010):



2030 Growth Projections
https://velocity.ncsu.edu/dl/2Obfl26/22535
bhc2030 is nationwide
bhc2030_unr.img covers ours study area
classes.txt under bhc2030 describes the data categories. If we turn 8, 9, 10 to built that would be an estimate of growth in the region.
Data downloaded from Triangle Land Conservancy web site on 2010 Nov 11 (george)





STACKED ES - I (Kevin) had to get rid of some pixels around the UN boundary to make sure that all pixels lined up on top of each other and that each input raster overlapped the other rasters. The normalized (0-1), biophysical ecosystem service values for carbon storage, nutrient retention, and pollination are included.



Stacked quartiles (2010 Nov 17 - george):

SNHA quartiles (2010 Nov 17 - george):

BIODIVERSITY: I have redone the biodiversity sampling technique to extract presence/absence per pixel at the 30m resolution. However the two .dbf files are very large and difficult to manipulate.
These two files need to be joined by XY location first on a "super-computer".

https://velocity.ncsu.edu/dl/uff6GQJ/22980





BIODIVERSITY REDO (NCH 11.22.10)-** From GAP model that only reports richness values. http://www.basic.ncsu.edu/ncgap/

The link below provides XY coordinates, quartile designation, stacked ES values, and species richness

at the 30m resolution https://velocity.ncsu.edu/dl/ uff6GQJ/22998



TaxValue / Nutrient retention raw:

TaxValue / Nutrient retention binned:

ES maps (kevin uploaded 11/28/2010)