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Geographic information Framework Data Content Standard

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Endorsed by the FGDC in May 2008
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Part 5, Governmental Unit and Geographic Area Boundaries, FGDC-STD-014.5-2008
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Part 0, Base document, FGDC-STD-014.0-2008
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Part 1, Cadastral - FGDC-STD-014.1-2008
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Part 2, Digital Orthoimagery, FGDC-STD-014.2-2008
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Part 3: Elevation, FGDC-STD-014.3-2008
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Part 4: Geodetic Control, FGDC-STD-014.4-2008
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Part 6: Hydrography: FGDC-STD-014.6-2008
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Part 7: Transportation Base, FGDC-STD-014.7-2008
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Part 7b: Transportation - Rail, FGDC-STD-014.7b-2008
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Part 7c: Transportation - Roads, FGDC-STD-014.7c-2008
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Part 7d: Transportation - Transit, FGDC-STD-014.7d-2008
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Part 7e: Inland Waterways, FGDC-STD-014.7e-2008
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File draft revision of Part 2, Digital Orthoimagery, of the Geographic Information Framework Data Standard
The primary purpose of Part 2, Digital Orthoimagery, of the Geographic Information Framework Data Content Standard is to support the exchange of orthoimagery data. This part seeks to establish a common baseline for the semantic content of orthoimagery databases for public agencies and private enterprises. It also seeks to decrease the costs and simplify the exchange of orthoimagery data among local, Tribal, State, and Federal users and producers. That, in turn, discourages duplicative data collection. Benefits of adopting this part of the standard also include the long-term improvement of the geospatial orthoimagery data within the community.
Page Geographic Information Framework Data Content Standard, Part 4: Geodetic Control
This document provides a common methodology for creating datasets of horizontal coordinate values and vertical coordinate values for geodetic control points represented by survey monuments, such as brass disks and rod marks. It provides a single data structure for relating coordinate values obtained by one geodetic survey method (for example, a classical line-of-sight traverse) with coordinate values obtained by another geodetic survey method (for example, a Global Positioning System geodetic control survey).
Page Geographic Information Framework Data Content Standard, Part 5: Governmental unit and other geographic area boundaries
Part 5 of the Geographic Information Framework Data Content Standard supports exchange of governmental unit and other geographic area boundary data. It establishes a common baseline for semantic content of governmental unit and other geographic area boundary data and simplifies the exchange of governmental unit and other geographic area boundary data. That, in turn, discourages duplicate data collection. Benefits of adopting Part 5 include the long-term improvement of the geospatial governmental unit and other geographic area boundary data within the community.
Page Geographic Information Framework Data Content Standard, Part 2: Digital orthoimagery
Part 2, Digital Orthoimagery, of the Geographic Information Framework Data Content Standard supports exchange of orthoimagery data. It seeks to establish a common baseline for the semantic content of orthoimagery databases for public agencies and private enterprisesand simplify the exchange of orthoimagery data among local, Tribal, State, and Federal users and producers. That, in turn, discourages duplicate data collection. Benefits of adopting Part 2 include the long-term improvement of the geospatial orthoimagery data within the community.
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