EarthWorks Geospatial Catalog

North America (Landmarks, 2010)

Description
U.S. and Canada Large Area Landmarks represents common landmark areas within the United States and Canada including military areas, hospitals, prisons, educational institutions, shopping centers, industrial parks, amusement centers, government centers, sport centers, golf courses, and cemeteries.This data set provides six feature classes for displaying the data at different scales. Everything about the feature classes is the same but the level of generalization and its name. The base feature class is called <data set name> and isn't generalized. The least generalized feature class is called <data set name>_1, the next more generalized feature class is called <data set name>_2, and so on. For best performance, use the most appropriate feature class when displaying or printing.
Publisher
ESRI
Place(s)
United States, Canada, USA, North America, and Puerto Rico
Subject(s)
polygon, landmarks, military installations, hospitals, penitentiaries, educational institutions, shopping centers, industrial parks, amusement centers, government centers, sports centers, golf courses, cemeteries, society, structure, prisons, reservations, points of interest, education, stadiums, speedways, civic centers, arenas, sports complexes, memorial parks, naval air stations, air force bases, marine corps bases, military forts, military camps, military bases, army reserves, gunnery ranges, historical sites, medical centers, nursing homes, medical facilities, schools, colleges, elementary schools, middle schools, high schools, learning centers, academies, junior highs, universities, malls, retail centers, country clubs, plazas, public markets, promenades, refineries, companies, manufacturing plants, railways, quarries, industries, zoos, business parks, theme parks, water parks, piers, gardens, laboratories, labs, research stations, biological stations, city halls, capitols, court houses, post offices, parking lots, police offices, municipal offices, and racetracks
Year
2010-01-01T01:01:01Z
Held by
MIT