Regulatory Boundary


ISO-19139 Metadata

Metadata Information:

Metadata character set: utf8

Last update: 2018-03-28

Metadata contact - pointOfContact:
Individual's name: Amy Stender

Contact information:
Address:
e-mail address:amy.stender@usace.army.mil

Scope of the data described by the metadata: dataset
Scope name: dataset

Name of the metadata standard used: ISO 19139 Geographic Information - Metadata - Implementation Specification
Version of the metadata standard: 2007

Metadata identifier: 1522257600785r3967566173799814

Resource Identification Information:

Citation:
Title: Regulatory Boundary

Reference date - publication: 2017

Themes or categories of the resource: boundaries

Descriptive keywords - :
Keywords: usace, coe, regulatory, boundary, geospatial, boundaries

Descriptive keywords - :
Keywords: usace, coe, regulatory, boundary, geospatial, boundaries

Descriptive keywords - :
Keywords: usace, coe, regulatory, boundary, geospatial, boundaries

Descriptive keywords - :
Keywords: usace, coe, regulatory, boundary, geospatial, boundaries

Descriptive keywords - :
Keywords: usace, coe, regulatory, boundary, geospatial, boundaries

Descriptive keywords - :
Keywords: usace, coe, regulatory, boundary, geospatial, boundaries

Abstract:
 The US Army Corps of Engineers has been regulating activities in the nation's waters since 1890. Until the 1960s the primary purpose of the regulatory program was to protect navigation. Since then, as a result of laws and court decisions, the program has been broadened so that it now considers the full public interest for both the protection and utilization of water resources. These boundaries represent USACE regulatory districts. Attribute information includes an address, telephone number and url for each district. Updated OCT 2018.

Purpose:
 USACE Regulatory Boundary

Dataset language: eng
Dataset character set: utf8

Resource constraints:
Constraints:
Limitations of use: This data set is publicly available without any use restrictions; however, this data set was developed for use at a national scale and may not be appropriate for use in local scale mapping.