CD-ROM, DVD, Video List

South Carolina
 

100-percent summary file: Census 2000 dress rehearsal, (CD-ROM)

C 3.275:SU 6/CD
Summary data files, profiles, and geographic products for Sacramento, California; 11 counties in
South Carolina, including the city of Columbia and the town of Irmo; and Menominee County,
Wisconsin, including the Minominee American Indian Reservation.

Characterization of the Ashepoo-Combahee-Edisto (ACE) Basin, South Carolina,
NOAA/CSC/20010-CD, (CD-ROM)

 

C 55.54:AS 3/CD
Components include narrative text syntheses of physical setting, biological and socioeconomic
resources, and important ecosystem interactions. In addition to descriptions of the ACE Basin
environment, this characterization also explores current issues affecting resources in the region,
especially land use and water quality. Includes analyses, reports, species gallery including audio,
bibliographies, regulations, spatial data tutorial), sythesis modules, QuickTime video tour of ACE
basin, approx. 100 layers of spatial data (ArcView project) files. More information available on
associated website:
http://www.dnr.sc.gov/marine/mrri/acechar/


Ecological Characterization of Otter Island, South Carolina, 1996, (CD-ROM)
C 55.54:EC 7

A prototype CD-ROM product which demonstrates the utility of digital publication of ecological
characterization information in support of coastal resource management. The CD-ROM product
integrates diverse information about the region's physiography, ecology, history, socioeconomic
status, and management in an interactive, menu driven format.
http://proceedings.esri.com/library/userconf/proc97/proc97/to550/pap514/p514.htm

ESI Atlases, South Carolina (CD-ROM)
C 55.54:M 32/ESI/SC

Contains maps and data from the Environmental Sensitivity Index (ESI) Atlases. ESI mapping is
widely used for identifying sensitive coastal environments as a tool in oil spill response. The ESI
approach compiles information for coastal shoreline sensitivity, biological resources, and
human-use resources. This information is plotted on 7.5 minute USGS quadrangles. ap files are
stored in PDF format. Maps for other states are available online.
http://ocean.floridamarine.org/acp/chacp/Maps/SC_ESI/INDEX.pdf

Preliminary Geologic Map of the Appalachian Piedmont and Blue Ridge, South Carolina Segment, U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 01-298, 2001, (CD-ROM)
I 19.76:01-298

Files from the S.C. segmetn of the Appalachian Piedmont and Blue Ridge that are being assembled for the analysis of regional and national geochemical patterns in Arc export, Arcview and SDTS formats.
http://pubs.usgs.gov/openfile/of01-298/

Preliminary Stratigraphic Database for the Subsurface Tertiary and Uppermost
Cretaceous Sediments of Dorchester County, South Carolina, U.S. Geological Survey
I 19.76:00-049

Ch. A. Preliminary stratigraphic database -- ch. B. Supplement to the preliminary stratigraphic
database -- ch. C. Drill-hole data charts -- ch. D. Notes on Maastrichtian pollen.
http://pubs.usgs.gov/openfile/of00-049/index.html

Public Law 94-171 redistricting data
C 3.275:D 81/2/CD

Summary data files and listings for Sacramento, California; 11 counties in South Carolina,
including the city of Columbia and the town of Irmo; and Menominee County, Wisconsin, including
the Menominee American Indian Reservation.
Revised Stratigraphic and Tectonic Framework of the Carolina Slate Belt from Southern
Virginia to the South Carolina-Georgia Border etc., U.S. Geological Survey, U.S.
I 19.76:99-2
Information gathered from 1987-1996 geologic reconnaissance of Carolina Slate Belt in digital
maps of 18 individual 1:100,000 quadrangles, digital compilation of simplified geology at 1:500,000
scale, cross sections, spreadsheets containing data on rock types and structure observed at 5000
field stations. Maps in ArcInfo and Adobe Illustrator format.

South Carolina's Coast: A Remote Sensing Perspective, Vol. 1 & 2, (CD-ROM)
C 55.54:C 63/4/V.1-2/CD

A two-volume CD-ROM set that demonstrates the utility of information acquired by satellite and
airborne remote sensing systems for coastal South Carolina. Coastal resource managers may use
this information to detect land use trends, document shoreline dynamics, and educate the public.
The CD-ROMs also contain geographic information system (GIS) tutorials explaining how to
access and manipulate the data, examples on how the data can be used to address coastal
resource issues, and tools to aid in the data analysis.

 

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