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0.144
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[Topographic Map Indexes (Shapefiles)]
This polygon shapefile is an index to 1:50,000 scale maps of Japan, titled '1:50,000 chikeizu -- Gomanbun no ichi chikeizu -- 1:50,000地形圖 -- 五万分一地形圖.' This map series was originally produced by the Japanese Land Survey Department of the General Staff Headquarters in 1888. Stanford University Libraries holds a large collection of Japanese military and imperial maps, referred to as gaihōzu, or "maps of outer lands." These maps were produced starting in the early Meiji (1868-1912) era and the end of World War II by the Land Survey Department of the General Staff Headquarters, the former Japanese Army. The Library is in the process of scanning and making available all of the maps in the collection. To create this index, footprints were generated using the fishnet tool, and metadata were supplied for the digitized paper maps by Stanford University Libraries. After the footprints were created, the shapefile was trimmed and labeled according to the sources.Relief is shown by contours and spot heights with an index to adjoining sheets in margin, however, various issues exist with some of the sheets. Earlier, unnumbered sheets filed by IMW system used on recent sheets. Cultural features and vegetation shown by symbols.
This layer provides an index map that can be used to locate individual scanned map sheets.
Map
10.323
Collection
[Groundwater Information Center, California: GIS Maps and Data]
This polygon shapefile contains the boundaries of 517 groundwater basins and subbasins as defined by the California Department of Water Resources as last modified by the Basin Boundary Emergency Regulation adopted on October 21, 2015. Groundwater basins are represented as polygon features and designated on the basis of geological and hydrological conditions - usually the occurrence of alluvial or unconsolidated deposits. When practical, large basins are also subdivided by political boundaries, as in the Central Valley. Basins are named and numbered per the convention of the Department of Water Resources. The associated data are considered DWR enterprise GIS data, which meet all appropriate requirements of the DWR GIS Spatial Data Standards.
Bulletin 118 defines the recognized groundwater basins and subbasins throughout the State of California. The Bulletin 118 document provides information on these basins/subbasins and the nature and extent of groundwater occurrence and management within the State. The Bulletin 118 dataset makes the geographic locations and extent of the 517 basins/subbasins publically available, for use in external mapping/GIS applications.
Map
0.045
Collection
[Topographic Map Indexes (Shapefiles)]
This polygon shapefile is an index to 1:50,000 scale maps of Korea, titled 'Chosen 1:50,000 Chikeizu/朝鮮五萬分之一地形圖: 1:50,000 Topo of Korea. This map series was originally produced by the Japanese Land Survey Department of the General Staff Headquarters between 1915 and 1917. Stanford University Libraries holds a large collection of Japanese military and imperial maps, referred to as gaihōzu, or "maps of outer lands." These maps were produced starting in the early Meiji (1868-1912) era and the end of World War II by the Land Survey Department of the General Staff Headquarters, the former Japanese Army. The Library is in the process of scanning and making available all of the maps in the collection. To create this index, footprints were generated using the fishnet tool, and metadata were supplied for the digitized paper maps by Stanford University Libraries. After the footprints were created, the shapefile was trimmed and labeled according to the sources.
This layer provides an index map that can be used to locate individual scanned map sheets.
Map
0.019
Collection
[Topographic Map Indexes (Shapefiles)]
This polygon shapefile is an index to 1:50,000 scale maps of Korea, titled 'Chosen 1:50,000 Chikeizu/Chosen 1:50,000 Chikeizu.’ This map series was originally produced by the Japanese Land Survey Department of the General Staff Headquarters between 1914and 1918. Stanford University Libraries holds a large collection of Japanese military and imperial maps, referred to as gaihōzu, or "maps of outer lands." These maps were produced starting in the early Meiji (1868-1912) era and the end of World War II by the Land Survey Department of the General Staff Headquarters, the former Japanese Army. The Library is in the process of scanning and making available all of the maps in the collection. To create this index, footprints were generated using the fishnet tool, and metadata were supplied for the digitized paper maps by Stanford University Libraries. After the footprints were created, the shapefile was trimmed and labeled according to the sources.
This layer provides an index map that can be used to locate individual scanned map sheets.
Map
0.05
Collection
[Topographic Map Indexes (Shapefiles)]
This polygon shapefile is an index to 1:50,000 scale maps of North Korea, titled 'Chosen 1:50,000 Chikeizu/朝鮮五萬分之一地形圖: 1:50,000 Topo of Korea.'. This map series was originally produced by the Japanese Land Survey Department of the General Staff Headquarters between 1910 and 1917. Stanford University Libraries holds a large collection of Japanese military and imperial maps, referred to as gaihōzu, or "maps of outer lands." These maps were produced starting in the early Meiji (1868-1912) era and the end of World War II by the Land Survey Department of the General Staff Headquarters, the former Japanese Army. The Library is in the process of scanning and making available all of the maps in the collection. To create this index, footprints were generated using the fishnet tool, and metadata were supplied for the digitized paper maps by Stanford University Libraries. After the footprints were created, the shapefile was trimmed and labeled according to the sources.
This layer provides an index map that can be used to locate individual scanned map sheets.
Map
0.062
Collection
[Topographic Map Indexes (Shapefiles)]
This polygon shapefile is an index to 1:50,000 scale maps of North Korea, titled 'Chosen 1:50,000 Chikeizu.' This map series was originally produced by the Japanese Land Survey Department of the General Staff Headquarters between 1916 and 1918. Stanford University Libraries holds a large collection of Japanese military and imperial maps, referred to as gaihōzu, or "maps of outer lands." These maps were produced starting in the early Meiji (1868-1912) era and the end of World War II by the Land Survey Department of the General Staff Headquarters, the former Japanese Army. The Library is in the process of scanning and making available all of the maps in the collection. To create this index, footprints were generated using the fishnet tool, and metadata were supplied for the digitized paper maps by Stanford University Libraries. After the footprints were created, the shapefile was trimmed and labeled according to the sources.
This layer provides an index map that can be used to locate individual scanned map sheets.
Map
0.009
Collection
[Topographic Map Indexes (Shapefiles)]
This polygon shapefile is an index to 1:200,000 scale maps of Korea, titled 'Chōsen nijūmanbun no ichi zu, 朝鮮二十萬分一圖.' This map series was originally produced by the Japanese Land Survey Department of the General Staff Headquarters in 1921. Stanford University Libraries holds a large collection of Japanese military and imperial maps, referred to as gaihōzu, or "maps of outer lands." These maps were produced starting in the early Meiji (1868-1912) era and the end of World War II by the Land Survey Department of the General Staff Headquarters, the former Japanese Army. The Library is in the process of scanning and making available all of the maps in the collection. To create this index, footprints were generated using the fishnet tool, and metadata were supplied for the digitized paper maps by Stanford University Libraries. After the footprints were created, the shapefile was trimmed and labeled according to the sources.
This layer provides an index map that can be used to locate individual scanned map sheets.

8. Dabao Kinbōzu, Maps Index [2016] Online

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0.001
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[Topographic Map Indexes (Shapefiles)]
This polygon shapefile is an index to 1:50000 scale maps of Davao (Philippines), titled 'Dabao Kinbōzu -- ダバオ近傍圖/Dabao Kinbōzu.’ This map series was originally produced by the Japanese Land Survey Department of the General Staff Headquarters in 1944. Stanford University Libraries holds a large collection of Japanese military and imperial maps, referred to as gaihōzu, or "maps of outer lands." These maps were produced starting in the early Meiji (1868-1912) era and the end of World War II by the Land Survey Department of the General Staff Headquarters, the former Japanese Army. The Library is in the process of scanning and making available all of the maps in the collection. To create this index, footprints were generated using the fishnet tool, and metadata were supplied for the digitized paper maps by Stanford University Libraries. After the footprints were created, the shapefile was trimmed and labeled according to the sources.
This layer provides an index map that can be used to locate individual scanned map sheets.
Map
0.004
Collection
[Topographic Map Indexes (Shapefiles)]
This polygon shapefile is an index to 1:50,000 scale maps of Philippines, titled '比律賓 五万分一圖 - Firippin gomanbun no ichi zu.’ This map series was originally produced by the Japanese Land Survey Department of the General Staff Headquarters in 1944. Stanford University Libraries holds a large collection of Japanese military and imperial maps, referred to as gaihōzu, or "maps of outer lands." These maps were produced starting in the early Meiji (1868-1912) era and the end of World War II by the Land Survey Department of the General Staff Headquarters, the former Japanese Army. The Library is in the process of scanning and making available all of the maps in the collection. To create this index, footprints were generated using the fishnet tool, and metadata were supplied for the digitized paper maps by Stanford University Libraries. After the footprints were created, the shapefile was trimmed and labeled according to the sources.
This layer provides an index map that can be used to locate individual scanned map sheets.
Map
0.006
Collection
[Topographic Map Indexes (Shapefiles)]
This polygon shapefile is an index to 1:100,000 scale maps of Philippines, titled 'Firippin jūmanbun no ichi zu.' This map series was originally produced by the Japanese Land Survey Department of the General Staff Headquarters in 1944. Stanford University Libraries holds a large collection of Japanese military and imperial maps, referred to as gaihōzu, or "maps of outer lands." These maps were produced starting in the early Meiji (1868-1912) era and the end of World War II by the Land Survey Department of the General Staff Headquarters, the former Japanese Army. The Library is in the process of scanning and making available all of the maps in the collection. To create this index, footprints were generated using the fishnet tool, and metadata were supplied for the digitized paper maps by Stanford University Libraries. After the footprints were created, the shapefile was trimmed and labeled according to the sources.
This layer provides an index map that can be used to locate individual scanned map sheets.
Map
0.001
Collection
[Topographic Map Indexes (Shapefiles)]
This polygon shapefile is an index to 1:500,000 scale maps of the East Asia, Manchuria, and Mongolia, titled '五十万分一地誌圖 - Gojūmanbun no ichi Chishizu.’ This map series was originally produced by the Japanese Land Survey Department of the General Staff Headquarters in 1943. Stanford University Libraries holds a large collection of Japanese military and imperial maps, referred to as gaihōzu, or "maps of outer lands." These maps were produced starting in the early Meiji (1868-1912) era and the end of World War II by the Land Survey Department of the General Staff Headquarters, the former Japanese Army. The Library is in the process of scanning and making available all of the maps in the collection. To create this index, footprints were generated using the fishnet tool, and metadata were supplied for the digitized paper maps by Stanford University Libraries. After the footprints were created, the shapefile was trimmed and labeled according to the sources. Relief is shown by contours and spot heights. Sheets individually titled by place name, e.g. Origa.
This layer provides an index map that can be used to locate individual scanned map sheets.
Map
0.009
Collection
[Topographic Map Indexes (Shapefiles)]
This polygon shapefile is an index to 1:500,000 scale maps of East Asia, titled 'Gojūmanbun no ichi yochizu .' This map series was originally produced by the Japanese Land Survey Department of the General Staff Headquarters between 1930 and 1943. Stanford University Libraries holds a large collection of Japanese military and imperial maps, referred to as gaihōzu, or "maps of outer lands." These maps were produced starting in the early Meiji (1868-1912) era and the end of World War II by the Land Survey Department of the General Staff Headquarters, the former Japanese Army. The Library is in the process of scanning and making available all of the maps in the collection. To create this index, footprints were generated using the fishnet tool, and metadata were supplied for the digitized paper maps by Stanford University Libraries. After the footprints were created, the shapefile was trimmed and labeled according to the sources.
This layer provides an index map that can be used to locate individual scanned map sheets.
Map
0.004
Collection
[Topographic Map Indexes (Shapefiles)]
This polygon shapefile is an index to 1:500,000 scale maps of South Korea and the Daitō Islands (Japan), titled '五十万分一興地圖 - Gojūmanbun no ichi Yōchizu.’ This map series was originally produced by the Japanese Land Survey Department of the General Staff Headquarters between 1934 and 1941. Stanford University Libraries holds a large collection of Japanese military and imperial maps, referred to as gaihōzu, or "maps of outer lands." These maps were produced starting in the early Meiji (1868-1912) era and the end of World War II by the Land Survey Department of the General Staff Headquarters, the former Japanese Army. The Library is in the process of scanning and making available all of the maps in the collection. To create this index, footprints were generated using the fishnet tool, and metadata were supplied for the digitized paper maps by Stanford University Libraries. After the footprints were created, the shapefile was trimmed and labeled according to the sources.
This layer provides an index map that can be used to locate individual scanned map sheets.
Map
0.018
Collection
[Topographic Map Indexes (Shapefiles)]
This polygon shapefile is an index to 1:50,000 scale maps of Sakhalin, Russia, titled 'Gomanbunnoichi Chikeizu.' This map series was originally produced by the Japanese Land Survey Department of the General Staff Headquarters in 1941. Stanford University Libraries holds a large collection of Japanese military and imperial maps, referred to as gaihōzu, or "maps of outer lands." These maps were produced starting in the early Meiji (1868-1912) era and the end of World War II by the Land Survey Department of the General Staff Headquarters, the former Japanese Army. The Library is in the process of scanning and making available all of the maps in the collection. To create this index, footprints were generated using the fishnet tool, and metadata were supplied for the digitized paper maps by Stanford University Libraries. After the footprints were created, the shapefile was trimmed and labeled according to the sources.
This layer provides an index map that can be used to locate individual scanned map sheets.
Map
0.001
Collection
[Topographic Map Indexes (Shapefiles)]
This polygon shapefile is an index to 1:50,000 scale maps of Tacloban (Philippines), titled 'Gomanbunnoichi chikeizu Takuroban kinbō -- Takuroban kinbō -- 五万分一地形圖 タクロバン近傍 -- タクロバン近傍.’ This map series was originally produced by the Japanese Land Survey Department of the General Staff Headquarters in 1944. Stanford University Libraries holds a large collection of Japanese military and imperial maps, referred to as gaihōzu, or "maps of outer lands." These maps were produced starting in the early Meiji (1868-1912) era and the end of World War II by the Land Survey Department of the General Staff Headquarters, the former Japanese Army. The Library is in the process of scanning and making available all of the maps in the collection. To create this index, footprints were generated using the fishnet tool, and metadata were supplied for the digitized paper maps by Stanford University Libraries. After the footprints were created, the shapefile was trimmed and labeled according to the sources. Total of sevenmaps as a set.
This layer provides an index map that can be used to locate individual scanned map sheets.
Map
0.001
Collection
[Topographic Map Indexes (Shapefiles)]
This polygon shapefile is an index to 1:50,000 scale maps of Luzon (Philippine Islands), titled '五万分一呂宋島圖 - Gomanbunnoichi Rusontō zu. This map series was originally produced by the Japanese Land Survey Department of the General Staff Headquarters between 1927 and 1930. Stanford University Libraries holds a large collection of Japanese military and imperial maps, referred to as gaihōzu, or "maps of outer lands." These maps were producedstarting in the early Meiji (1868-1912) era and the end of World War II by the Land Survey Department of the General Staff Headquarters, the former Japanese Army. The Library is in the process of scanning and making available all of the maps in the collection. To create this index, footprints were generated using the fishnet tool, and metadata were supplied for the digitized paper maps by Stanford University Libraries. After the footprints were created, the shapefile was trimmed and labeled according to the sources. This map series was reproduced by Japanese military organizations from nautical charts.
This layer provides an index map that can be used to locate individual scanned map sheets.
Map
0.084
Collection
[Groundwater Information Center, California: GIS Maps and Data]
This point shapefile represents the depth to groundwater below the ground surface in California during fall of 2013. These data show depth to groundwater values collected from wells. Depth information is represented in feet below the ground surface. Increasing values indicate increasing depth to groundwater (or deeper/lower water levels). Negative values indicate that the groundwater level is above ground surface. Water level measurements are selected based on measurement data and well construction information (where available) and approximate groundwater levels in the unconfined to uppermost semi-confined aquifers.
This layer is intended to be used as a compliment to data, reports, and other information provided by the California Groundwater Information Center.
Map
0.085
Collection
[Groundwater Information Center, California: GIS Maps and Data]
This point shapefile represents the depth to groundwater below the ground surface in California during fall of 2014. These data show depth to groundwater values collected from wells. Depth information is represented in feet below the ground surface. Increasing values indicate increasing depth to groundwater (or deeper/lower water levels). Negative values indicate that the groundwater level is above ground surface. Water level measurements are selected based on measurement data and well construction information (where available) and approximate groundwater levels in the unconfined to uppermost semi-confined aquifers.
This layer is intended to be used as a compliment to data, reports, and other information provided by the California Groundwater Information Center.
Map
0.092
Collection
[Groundwater Information Center, California: GIS Maps and Data]
This point shapefile represents the depth to groundwater below the ground surface in California during fall of 2015. These data show depth to groundwater values collected from wells. Depth information is represented in feet below the ground surface. Increasing values indicate increasing depth to groundwater (or deeper/lower water levels). Negative values indicate that the groundwater level is above ground surface. Water level measurements are selected based on measurement data and well construction information (where available) and approximate groundwater levels in the unconfined to uppermost semi-confined aquifers.
This layer is intended to be used as a compliment to data, reports, and other information provided by the California Groundwater Information Center.
Map
0.086
Collection
[Groundwater Information Center, California: GIS Maps and Data]
This point shapefile represents the depth to groundwater below the ground surface in California during spring of 2011. These data show depth to groundwater values collected from wells. Depth information is represented in feet below the ground surface. Increasing values indicate increasing depth to groundwater (or deeper/lower water levels). Negative values indicate that the groundwater level is above ground surface. Water level measurements are selected based on measurement data and well construction information (where available) and approximate groundwater levels in the unconfined to uppermost semi-confined aquifers.
This layer is intended to be used as a compliment to data, reports, and other information provided by the California Groundwater Information Center.