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Tijuana River Watershed

Tijuana River Watershed GIS Data Download

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Description Metadata Download
Airports Airports Airports data
US/Mexico Border US/Mexico Border US/Mexico Border data
City Boundaries City Boundaries City Boundaries data
Pacific Coastline Pacific Coastline Pacific Coastline data
Community Locations Community Locations Community Locations data
Faults Faults Faults data
Geology Geology Geology data
Geomorphology Geomorphology Geomorphology data
House Counts House Counts House Counts data
Lakes Lakes Lakes data
Land Use Land Use Land Use data
Roads Roads Roads data
Coaster Rail Lines Coaster Rail Lines Coaster Rail Lines data
Freight Rail Lines Freight Rail Lines Freight Rail Lines data
Rail Stations Rail Stations Rail Stations data
Trolley Rail Lines Trolley Rail Lines Trolley Rail Lines data
FAO Soils FAO Soils FAO Soils data
FAO Soils US FAO Soils US FAO Soils US data
7th Approx Soils US 7th Approx Soils US 7th Approx Soils US data
Precipitation Stations Precipitation Stations Precipitation Stations data
Temperature Stations Temperature Stations Temperature Stations data
Digitized Streams Digitized Streams Digitized Streams data
Derived Streams Derived Streams Derived Streams data
Subbasin Boundaries Subbasin Boundaries Subbasin Boundaries data
Vegetation Communities Vegetation Communities Vegetation Communities data
Watershed Boundary Watershed Boundary Watershed Boundary data

Layers published by San Diego State University Department of Geography, Center for Earth Systems Analysis Research (CESAR), through joint work of the Department of Geography and El Colegio de la Frontera Norte (COLEF). Research funded by NOAA, SANDAG, and various agencies.

Conservation Priority of Open Space Areas

This dataset is the resulting output from an San Diego State University MS thesis project by Merrilee Willoughby, Spring 2005: GIS-Based Land Use Suitability Modeling for Open Space Preservation in the Tijuana River Watershed.

Download Assistance

  1. Click on the Digital Download (*.gz) file. If the file opens up in the browser rather than prompting you to save the file, go to the File menu in your browser and select "Save As".
  2. Browse to the directory where you'd like to save the file. Save as type: Text File (*.txt) and name the file whatever you'd like. Name it with a .e00 extension (i.e. coast.e00).

Once the ArcInfo interchange file is downloaded, use the proper import tool, utility, or command to bring the data set into your GIS.

ArcView 3.x - Import71 Utility
ArcGIS 8.x/9.x/10.x - Import to Coverage in the ArcToolBox Conversion Tools folder
GRASS 6.x - command
QGIS - AVCimport utility

Last Modified: May 6, 2013

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