[okgis] RE: Animal Diversity Compisite

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  • From: "Frank, Irving" <ifrank AT incog.org>
  • To: "okgis AT orion.csa.ou.edu" <okgis AT orion.csa.ou.edu>
  • Subject: [okgis] RE: Animal Diversity Compisite
  • Date: Fri, 30 Oct 2009 16:19:32 -0500
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I am looking for information on exactly what a "Composite Animal Diversity"
would represent as it would be applied to Osage County, Oklahoma. I have a
map from a few years back with this in the legend with a value of from Low to
High and need a few well chosen words to describe the map and the data it
represents for a comprehensive plan.
From: Robert Stokes
[Robert.Stokes AT Topographic.com]
Sent: Wednesday, October 28, 2009 9:55 AM
To: OKGIS Listserv
(okgis AT orion.csa.ou.edu)
Subject: [okgis] Tribal GIS

Just ran across this new group yesterday and wanted to pass it along…


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  • [okgis] RE: Animal Diversity Compisite, Frank, Irving, 10/30/2009

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