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1. Bathymetry of North America Raster Stanford University Public content

2001. National Atlas of the United States. The Bathymetry of North America map layer shows depth ranges using colors. The image was derived from the National Geophysical Data Center's ETOPO2... National Atlas of the United States.

2. Classification of Forest Fragmentation in North America, 1992 Raster Stanford University Public content

1992. Ritters, Kurt. This raster layer is a grid map of North America including the Caribbean and most of Mexico in GeoTIFF format. The map layer is an excerpt from a g... National Atlas of the United States.

3. Color North America Shaded Relief: 1-Kilometer Resolution Raster Stanford University Public content

1993. USGS National Center for EROS. The North America Shaded Relief data were derived from the GTOPO30 elevation data. GTOPO30 is a global digital elevation model (DEM) with a horizon... National Atlas of the United States.

4. Grayscale North America Shaded Relief 1-Kilometer Resolution Raster Stanford University Public content

1993. EROS Data Center. The grayscale North America shaded relief data were derived from the GTOPO30 elevation data. GTOPO30 is a global digital elevation model (DEM) with... National Atlas of the United States.

5. Magnetic Field - Declination Component for the Epoch 2010.0 Line Stanford University Public content

2010. National Geophysical Data Center. This map layer shows isogonic lines (lines of constant declination of the Earth's magnetic field), derived from the International Geomagnetic Refer... National Atlas of the United States.

7. Magnetic Field - Inclination Component for the Epoch 2010.0 Line Stanford University Public content

2010. National Geophysical Data Center. This shapefile shows isoclinic lines (lines of constant inclination of the Earth's magnetic field), derived from the International Geomagnetic Refe... National Atlas of the United States.