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This collection of data explores how the implementation of the Clean Water Rule and the Navigable Waters Protection Rule would affect the federal protection of wetlands in New York State under the Clean Water Act. Further analyses assess the presence of biases in the protection of wetlands with respect to both size and landscape position.
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|New York NWI Wetland Records (CWR & NWPR)||Resource||Jeffrey Wade||Public & Shareable|
|New York NWI HUC6 Protections (CWR & NWPR)||Resource||Jeffrey Wade||Public & Shareable|
|New York NWI Size-Biased Protections (CWR & NWPR)||Resource||Jeffrey Wade||Public & Shareable|
|New York NWI Size-Landscape Position Protections (CWR & NWPR)||Resource||Jeffrey Wade||Public & Shareable|
|New York NWI Wetlands Shapefile (CWR & NWPR)||Resource||Jeffrey Wade||Public & Shareable|
How to Cite
Wade, J. (2022). The fluid definition of WOTUS: A NYS Case Study, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/b9ef542ef9e84ebdad7fe05f0ee95110
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