Abstract or Description

Downeast Maine contains a variety of different types of conservation lands with different ownership, size, and proximity to population centers. The map displays elevation data for the Downeast region as a hillshade.

About the Author

Peter is an environmental studies major with a science concentration.

Source Data Note

All data were obtained from the Maine Office of GIS clipped to the extent of the counties. Elevation is visually represented as hill shade, a command run in ArcGIS in which aerial photographs are used to project a three-dimensional appearance.

This map was made for the Atlas of Maine: Downeast Edition, Spring, 2011, using ESRI ArcGIS 9 software.


In Copyright

ConservationLandsDowneastSmithy2011.pdf (29210 kB)
Original Scale with Layers



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