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Major Waterbodies conflated to PARCEL

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Subject category: hydro
Title: Major Waterbodies conflated to PARCEL
Feature Count: Layer files do not have a feature count since they are references to data only. See parent dataset to obtain this information.
Feature Type: ArcGIS LYR file
Abstract: ARCGIS LYR File: WTRBDY derivative called BIGWATER where major waterbodies have been adjusted (conflated) to PARCEL edges. This adjustment is for improved cartographic display where parcel boundaries may otherwise be slightly mismatched with water boundaries.
Purpose: This layer is for cartographic use only where a conflated edge between waterbodies and parcel boundaries is required. For more recent and more accurate water boundaries and features use WTRBDY_AREA_BIGWATER
Status: Complete
Updated: As needed
Time period of content: (single date,as YYYYMMDD):: 20121203
Time period of content: (date range, as YYYYMMDD):: -
Spatial reference: WA State Plane North
FGDC Documentation: Classic or FAQ
Open Data Availability: Not Available
Place Keywords: King County,
Theme Keywords: ArcGIS LYR file,
Lineage: Not available
Supplemental Information: Features from WTRBDY_CON_AREA selected on item Bigwater = Yes


Maintained by:
KCGIS Center
Primary: Toni Carpenter, GIS Analyst, 206-263-4502
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Secondary: KCGIS Center; This mailbox is monitored during business hours.

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Access: King County data are made available with the understanding that they shall be used exclusively by the obtainer or his/her authorized agents. Digital products may not be reproduced or redistributed in any form or by any means without the express written authorization of King County.

Use: Enterprise ArcGIS LYR files reference the King County enterprise GDB. They can be used only by ArcGIS users on the King County local network