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62. Scientific and Natural Area Units: Minnesota

2014. Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR). This dataset includes the main MNDNR Scientific and Natural Areas (SNA) feature class, along with ancillary feature classes such as annotation and ...

63. Six-Inch Soil Temperature Network: Minnesota

2018. Minnesota Department of Agriculture. The Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) Six-Inch Soil Temperature Network provides real time soil temperatures at locations across Minnesota....

65. Soils: Pope County, Minnesota

2016. Pope County. Polygons that represent the extent of soil classifications or types.Contact for more informationTel: (320) 634-7788Fax: (320) Email: Information Te...

66. Special Well Construction Areas: Minnesota

2015. This dataset provides information about Minnesota Department of Health designated Special Well Construction Areas located within the seven county T...

67. Springs: Minnesota

2017. Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR). Inventory of springs in Minnesota. These data are collected and compiled by the Minnesota DNR as a tool to help create awareness of and appreciatio...

69. Surficial Sands of: Minnesota

2016. Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR). This dataset estimates the distribution of surficial sand units in Minnesota, from previously published surficial geology maps by the Minnesota Geo...

70. Top of Bedrock Units: Minnesota

2015. Barr Engineering Company. This raster dataset represents the tops of the St. Peter Sandstone, Prairie du Chien Group, Jordan Sandstone, St. Lawrence Formation, Franconia For...

71. Watershed Suite: Minnesota

2014. Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR). The MNDNR Watershed Suite is a collection of watershed delineations at various levels, flow network lines, and pour points. Follow the links below ...