baselayer.web_apps_rw.GEOMAC_PERIMETERS_DD83The Geospatial Multi-Agency Coordination Group, or GeoMAC, is an internet-based mapping tool originally designed for fire managers to access online maps of current fire locations and perimeters in the conterminous 48 states and Alaska. Perimeters are submitted to GeoMAC by field offices. The GeoMAC team attributes the perimeters using the IRWIN (Integrated Reporting of Wildland-Fire Information) system, and then posts them on the GeoMAC website and to an FTP site for downloading. This file contains all fire perimeters that were processed by the GeoMAC team in 2016. The projection is geographic and the datum is NAD83.This layer displays wildfire perimeter data.Nonegeomacfire perimeterNoneSee access and use constraints information.baselayer.web_apps_rw.GEOMAC_PERIMETERS_DD83Table containing attribute information associated with the data set.Producer definedstateThe state where the incident occured.NWCGinComplexIndicates that this incident is part of a complex.Producer definedNUnknownProducer definedactiveDescriptor, 'Y' or 'N', as to whether the fire was active on the date loaded to GeoMAC.Producer definedYUnknownProducer definedNUnknownProducer definedcommentsWildland fire perimeter-related comments.Producer definedagencyAdministrative agency at the fire's point of origin.NWCGFWSUnknownProducer definedState AgencyUnknownProducer definedBLMUnknownProducer definedLocal AgencyUnknownProducer definedUSFSUnknownProducer definedSFUnknownProducer definedNPSUnknownProducer definedBIAUnknownProducer defineddateCrntDate the fire perimeter was loaded into GeoMAC (m/dd/yyyy).incidentIDUnique identifer assigned to each wildland fire. YYYY=calendar year, SSUUUU=POO responsible unit identifier (5 or 6 characters), xxxxxx=local incident identifier (6 to 10 characters).firecodeA code used within the interagency wildland fire community to track and compile cost information for emergency fire suppression expenditures for the incident.Producer definedUnknownfireNameThe name assigned to an incident.perDatTimeDate and time fire perimeter was created (ex. 6/21/2016 1:50:00 AM)GISACRESGIS calculated acres within the fire perimeter. Not adjusted for unburned areas within the fire perimeter. Total should include 1 decimal place.NWCG0.217944.59ComplexNmThe name assigned to the complex of which this incident is a member.irwinidUnique identifier assigned to each incident record in IRWIN.Producer definedUnknowncompParIDThe IRWIN ID assigned to the complex of which this incident is a member.fireYearCalendar year in which the fire started.NWCG20162016mapmethodControlled vocabulary to define how the geospatial feature was derived. Map method may help define data quality.NWCGHand SketchUnknownProducer definedMixed MethodsUnknownProducer definedDigitized-ImageUnknownProducer definedOtherUnknownProducer definedGPS-FlightUnknownProducer definedGPS-Walked/ DrivenUnknownProducer definedGPS-Unknown Travel MethodUnknownProducer definedUnknownUnknownProducer definedinciwebidThe inciweb id for the incident if it exists.Producer definedcompfirecdA code used within the interagency wildland fire community to track and compile cost information for emergency suppression expenditures for the complex of which this incident is a member.ShapeFeature geometry.EsriCoordinates defining the features.fireNumThe local number assigned to the incident.unitIDProtNWCG Unit Identifier (Code used in interagency wildland fire to uniquely identify a particular organizational unit (office administratively responsible for either managing incidents/projects, providing resources, or providing logistical services) within the government or a non-government organization recognized by NWCG as a wildland fire cooperator) of agency with primary fire protection responsibility at the point of origin of a fire.unitIDOwnNWCG Unit Identifier of landowner agency at the point of origin of a fire. (NFIRS ID should be used only when no NWCG Unit Identifier exists).The entity and attribute information provided here describes the tabular data associated with the data set. Please review the detailed descriptions that are provided (the individual attribute descriptions) for information on the values that appear as fields/table entries of the data set.The entity and attribute information was generated by the individual and/or agency identified as the originator of the data set. Please review the rest of the metadata record for additional details and information.FGDC Content Standard for Digital Geospatial MetadataFGDC-STD-001-1998local timeThis layer displays wildfire perimeter data.<DIV STYLE="text-align:Left;"><DIV><DIV><P><SPAN>The Geospatial Multi-Agency Coordination Group, or GeoMAC, is an internet-based mapping tool originally designed for fire managers to access online maps of current fire locations and perimeters in the conterminous 48 states and Alaska. Perimeters are submitted to GeoMAC by field offices. The GeoMAC team attributes the perimeters using the IRWIN (Integrated Reporting of Wildland-Fire Information) system, and then posts them on the GeoMAC website and to an FTP site for downloading. This file contains all fire perimeters that were processed by the GeoMAC team in 2016. The projection is geographic and the datum is NAD83.</SPAN></P></DIV></DIV></DIV>baselayer.web_apps_rw.GEOMAC_PERIMETERS_DD83Perimeter data is derived from data produced by GIS specialists working on each incident.Perimeter data is derived from data produced by GIS specialists working on each incident.geomacfire perimeterground conditionElizabeth LileUSGSSupervisory Physical ScientistDenverCO80225ellile@usgs.govUS303-236-1389303-236-5349Catherine CostelloUSGSCartographerDenverCO80225ccostello@usgs.govUS303-236-1352-112.899286-76.97278347.69505125.375204<DIV STYLE="text-align:Left;"><DIV><DIV><P><SPAN>Perimeter data displayed in and delivered by the GeoMAC application is not the final or official perimeter for any incident and is provided for informational purposes only. The final official perimeter should be obtained from the host unit which can be determined by looking at the unitIDProt for any specific fire. The unit with primary fire protection responsibility is responsible for producing official and final perimeters for all incidents in their jurisdiction</SPAN></P></DIV></DIV></DIV>15000000050001.0FGDCfile://\\IGSKAECGWS86129\E$\D_from_old_pc\lori\geomac_metadata\geomac_perimeters_2016_metadata_v3jodi (1)Local Area Network2016071408341800FGDC CSDGM MetadataTRUEexternal463965d6ecb0c52f437e4fcc5fc8f3d3Catherine CostelloUSGSCartographer303-236-1352Box 25046, MS 980DenverCO80225ccostello@usgs.govUSTrueCatherine CostelloPerimeter data provided by the GeoMAC site is derived from data produced by GIS specialists working on each incident. Perimeters are received containing a range of attributes. The shape file is processed to contain consistent field naming and attribution. If not originally projected, the shape file is projected so that acres can be calculated using a Visual Basic tool. It is then reprojected to geographic decimal degrees NAD83 and uploaded into the existing perimeter_dd83 SDE layer for that year.