Boundaries of the designated 30m Ipswich Watershed Study Area - Idrisi Raster File Data File: GIS_ip30_info_window.zip Documentation File: EML Metadata Data are stored in a zip file, which includes all GIS data and metadata. Metadata Year: 2001 Contact: Gil Pontius Abstract: This datalayer is part of a group of layers used for research in the Ipswich River Watershed. This raster digital data is the extent of the Ipswich Project study area as determined by Clark University in a collaborative effort with Marine Biological Laboratory and University of New Hampshire. This image should be used as a base for all new raster data. This data was created to be used as a base for all raster data. Geographic Description: Ipswich Watershed, Plum Island Ecosystems, Massachusetts Data Format: Zip file containing Idrisi GIS files and metadata Keywords: Extent Window, extent, GIS, watershed, United States, New England, Massachusetts, Ipswich River Watershed, PIE LTER, Plum Island Ecosystems Data Use Agreement See full data use agreement here.Conditions of Use The re-use of scientific data has the potential to greatly increase communication, collaboration and synthesis within and among disciplines, and thus is fostered, supported and encouraged. Permission to use this dataset is granted to the Data User free of charge subject to the following terms: 1) Acceptable use. Use of the dataset will be restricted to academic, research, educational, government, recreational, or other not-for-profit professional purposes. The Data User is permitted to produce and distribute derived works from this dataset provided that they are released under the same license terms as those accompanying this Data Set. Any other uses for the Data Set or its derived products will require explicit permission from the dataset owner. 2) Redistribution. The data are provided for use by the Data User. The metadata and this license must accompany all copies made and be available to all users of this Data Set. The Data User will not redistribute the original Data Set beyond this collaboration sphere. 3 ) Citation. It is considered a matter of professional ethics to acknowledge the work of other scientists. Thus, the Data User will properly cite the Data Set in any publications or in the metadata of any derived data products that were produced using the Data Set. Citation should take the following general form: Creator, Year of Data Publication, Title of Dataset, Publisher, Dataset identifier. 4) Acknowledgement. The Data User should acknowledge any institutional support or specific funding awards referenced in the metadata accompanying this dataset in any publications where the Data Set contributed significantly to its content. Acknowledgements should identify the supporting party, the party that received the support, and any identifying information such as grant numbers. 5) Notification. The Data User will notify the Data Set Contact when any derivative work or publication based on or derived from the Data Set is distributed. The Data User will provide the data contact with two reprints of any publications resulting from use of the Data Set and will provide copies, or on-line access to, any derived digital products. Notification will include an explanation of how the Data Set was used to produce the derived work. 6) Collaboration. The Data Set has been released in the spirit of open scientific collaboration. Data Users are thus strongly encouraged to consider consultation, collaboration and/or co-authorship with the Data Set Creator.