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Emerald Ash Borer Detection Uncertainty 2012 Surface
Emerald Ash Borer Agrilus planipennis Fairmaire
Detection Uncertainty Surface with Positive Locations from 2012
Data format: Raster Dataset - ESRI GRID
File or table name: Detection Uncertainty 2012
Coordinate system: NAD 83 Albers
Theme keywords: : Forest Pest, Forest Insect, Invasive Species, Exotic, Emerald Ash Borer, Agrilus planipennis,
Detection Uncertainty, MaxEnt
Abstract: Detection Uncertainty for Agrilus planipennis, the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) was produced for the
Conterminous United States (CUS) in 1 square kilometer (km2) units by the U.S. Forest Service, Forest Health
Technology Enterprise Team (FHTET) in collaboration with Animal and Plant Health Service, Plant Protection and
Quarantine (APHIS PPQ) staff members. The product's intended use is to spatially quantify the amount of
uncertainty in the detection likelihood results.
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Identification Information:
Citation:
Citation information:
Originators: Downing, M. C., I. I. F. Leinwand, P. H. Chaloux, J. R. Withrow, and F. J. Sapio. 2012.
Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) “Agrilus planipennis Fairmaire Risk Assessment” U.S. Forest Service Forest
Health Technology Enterprise Team (FHTET) Forest Health Protection USDA Forest Service,
http://www.fs.fed.us/foresthealth/technology/invasives_agrilusplanipennis_riskmaps.shtml
Title:
Detection Uncertainty Surface for Agrilus planipennis
*File or table name: eab_std_2012
Publication date: 20121116
*Geospatial data presentation form: raster digital data
Emerald Ash Borer Detection Uncertainty 2012 Surface
Series information:
Series name: Version 1.0
Issue identification: 20121116
Publication information:
Publication place: Fort Collins, Colorado
Publisher: Marla C. Downing
Online linkage:
http://www.fs.fed.us/foresthealth/technology/invasives_agrilusplanipennis_riskmaps.shtml
Larger work citation:
Citation information:
Originators: Downing, M. C., I. I. F. Leinwand, P. H. Chaloux, J. R. Withrow, and F. J. Sapio. 2012.
Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) “Agrilus planipennis Fairmaire Risk Assessment” U.S. Forest Service Forest
Health Technology Enterprise Team (FHTET) Forest Health Protection USDA Forest Service,
http://www.fs.fed.us/foresthealth/technology/invasives_agrilusplanipennis_riskmaps.shtml
Title:
Detection Uncertainty 2012 Surface for Agrilus planipennis the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB).
Description:
Abstract:
Detection Uncertainty for Agrilus planipennis, the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) was produced for the
Conterminous United States (CUS) in 1 square kilometer (km2) units by the U.S. Forest Service, Forest
Health Technology Enterprise Team (FHTET) in collaboration with Animal and Plant Health Service, Plant
Protection and Quarantine (APHIS PPQ) staff members. The product's intended use is to spatially quantify
the amount of uncertainty in the detection likelihood results. Model uncertainty quantifies the agreement
of the detection likelihood model runs by calculating the standard deviation of the detection likelihood
values on a cell by cell basis. This was done by running the same model 100 times, each time using only a
random subset of the data. With 100 different subsets chosen the model created 100 different resulting
surfaces which, when overlaid, showed differing amounts of variation at each pixel location. Hence, at
each pixel the 100 different model results were compiled and an average and standard deviation were
calculated. These standard deviations, when plotted for each grid cell nationwide, comprise the
uncertainty surface. Cells showing a high standard deviation are considered to have relatively high levels
of uncertainty, and similarly areas of low standard deviation are considered to have relatively low levels of
uncertainty. For display purposes and ease of interpretation the standard deviation values were
partitioned into three classes of uncertainty using equal breaks (Table 1).
Purpose:
The product's intended use is to spatially quantify the amount of uncertainty in the detection likelihood
surface results.
Emerald Ash Borer Detection Uncertainty 2012 Surface
Modeling datasets:
EAB Positives 2012– EAB trap catches and visual detection within the U.S. from 2002 to 2012, referred
to as the “EAB presence-only” dataset. The EAB presence-only dataset contains approximately 8,000 EAB
positive point locations within 19 states and 377 counties. Acquired and compiled from APHIS PPQ and
state cooperators.
Input Variables:
Elevation- Digital Elevation Model (DEM 30m) from National Elevation Dataset (NED) resampled
(bilinear interpolation) to 1km resolution and converted from meters to feet.
Distance to Rest Area- Euclidean distance from Rest Areas (POI Factory 2012 http://www.poifactory.com/node/14656). Rest Area point locations were identified as potential introduction locations.
Traffic Volume- Traffic Volume point locations, from across the U.S., were compiled from TrafficMetrix
and used to interpolate a Traffic Volume raster using simple variable distance kriging.
Drainage Index-
Drainage Index is based on soil taxonomy and drainage classes from SSURGO and S
TATSGO soil data.
Soil drainage index is based on soil taxonomy and drainage classes from SSURGO and STATSGO soil data
(Schaetzl et al. 2009).
Road Density-Developed from rasterized 2003 Tele Atlas Dynamp Transportation v. 5.2 layer for each
state at 100m. Density was calculated by summing the number of 100m road pixels within a 1 km pixel.
Housing Density- Housing density data developed by Theobald (2005) using the 2000 U.S. census data.
Moisture Surplus/ Deficit- 1, 3, 5 Year moisture surplus and deficit for 2010 developed by Frank Koch
(2011) from PRISM climate data (Koch 2011).
Distance to Campground- Euclidean distance from campgrounds identified by federal and state
cooperators. Campgrounds were identified as potential introduction locations.
Urban Areas- Urban areas within the ash range identified as having a population greater than 100
persons per square mile from the 2000 census (Withrow 2010).
Emerald Ash Borer Detection Uncertainty 2012 Surface
References:
APHIS 2012, Compiled Traffic Volume data. Data compiled from “trafficmetrix” current year estimates,
March 2011 Release. Market Planning Solutions Inc. (www.mpsisolutoins.com).
Downing, M. C., I. I. F. Leinwand, P. H. Chaloux, J. R. Withrow, and F. J. Sapio. 2012. Emerald Ash Borer
(EAB) “Agrilus planipennis Fairmaire Risk Assessment” U.S. Forest Service Forest Health Technology
Enterprise Team (FHTET) Forest Health Protection USDA Forest Service,
http://www.fs.fed.us/foresthealth/technology/invasives_agrilusplanipennis_riskmaps.shtml
Koch, F.H.; Smith, W.D.; Coulston, J.W. In press. Recent drought conditions in the conterminous United
States. Chapter 4 in Potter, K.M.; Conkling, B.L. (eds.) Forest Health Monitoring 2011 National Technical
Report. Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-xxx. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern
Research Station.
Kowalski, D. 2011. USDA APHIS PPQ, Personal communication 7/18/2011.
POI Factory 2012. U.S. Rest Area point of interest. http://www.poi-factory.com/node/14656
Salesgenie, 2010. Campgrounds_SG. https://www.salesgenie.com
Schaetzl, R.J., Krist, F.J. Jr., Stanley, K.E., and C.M. Hupy. 2009. The Natural Soil Drainage Index: An
Ordinal Estimate of Long-Term, Soil Wetness. Physical Geography 30:383 409.
http://www.geo.msu.edu/schaetzl/PDFs/DI%20paper.pdf
Theobald, D. 2005. Landscape patterns of exurban growth in the USA from 1980 to 2020. Ecology and
Society 10(1): 32. URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol10/iss1/art32/.
USDA APHIS PPQ, 2009. Campsites.
Withrow, J. 2010. Production of Urban Host Layers. Deliverable document prepared for USDA Forest
Service, Forest Health Protection, Forest Health Technology Enterprise Team (FHTET), Task Order No: AG7604-D-09-0542. WAO No: FHTET-10-Pest-Host.
Data Display:
Table 1: For display purposes and ease of interpretation the data were partitioned into the following
classes.
Standard Deviation
Value
0 to 0.06
0.06 to 0.12
0.12 to 0.18
Uncertainty Class
Low
Moderate
High
*Language of dataset: en
Time period of content:
Time period information:
Single date/time:
Calendar date: 20121116
Emerald Ash Borer Detection Uncertainty 2012 Surface
Currentness reference:
publication date
Status:
Progress: Planned
Maintenance and update frequency: As needed
Spatial domain:
Bounding coordinates:
*West bounding coordinate: -128.146914
*East bounding coordinate: -65.086930
*North bounding coordinate: 51.759317
*South bounding coordinate: 22.714584
Local bounding coordinates:
*Left bounding coordinate: -2370945.000000
*Right bounding coordinate: 2273055.000000
*Top bounding coordinate: 3189315.000000
*Bottom bounding coordinate: 255315.000000
Place:
Place keywords: Conterminous United States
Place keyword thesaurus: Lower 48 States
Access constraints: None
Use constraints:
None
Point of contact:
Contact information:
Contact organization primary:
Contact person: Marla C. Downing
Contact organization: Forest Health Technology Enterprise Team (FHTET) Forest Health Protection
Contact position: FHTET Lead, Biological Scientist
Contact address:
Address type: mailing and physical address
Address:
2150 Centre’ Ave., Bldg A, Suite 331
City: Fort Collins
State or province: Colorado
Postal code: 80526-1891
Country: USA
Contact voice telephone: 970-295-5843
Contact electronic mail address: [email protected]
Hours of service: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM MT
Data set credit:
Ian Leinwand
Security information:
Security classification: Unclassified
Emerald Ash Borer Detection Uncertainty 2012 Surface
*Native dataset format: Raster Dataset
*Native data set environment:
ESRI ArcCatalog 10.0
Cross reference:
Citation information:
Originators: Downing, M. C., I. I. F. Leinwand, P. H. Chaloux, J. R. Withrow, and F. J. Sapio. 2012.
Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) “Agrilus planipennis Fairmaire Risk Assessment” U.S. Forest Service Forest
Health Technology Enterprise Team (FHTET) Forest Health Protection USDA Forest Service,
http://www.fs.fed.us/foresthealth/technology/invasives_agrilusplanipennis_riskmaps.shtml
Spatial Reference Information:
Horizontal coordinate system definition:
Coordinate system name:
*Projected coordinate system name: NAD_1983_Albers
*Geographic coordinate system name: GCS_North_American_1983
Planar:
Map projection:
*Map projection name: Albers Conical Equal Area
Albers conical equal area:
*Standard parallel: 29.500000
*Standard parallel: 45.500000
*Longitude of central meridian: -96.000000
*Latitude of projection origin: 23.000000
*False easting: 0.000000
*False northing: 0.000000
Planar coordinate information:
*Planar coordinate encoding method: row and column
Coordinate representation:
*Abscissa resolution: 1000
*Ordinate resolution: 1000
*Planar distance units: meters
Geodetic model:
*Horizontal datum name: North American Datum of 1983
*Ellipsoid name: Geodetic Reference System 80
*Semi-major axis: 6378137.000000
*Denominator of flattening ratio: 298.257222
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Spatial Data Organization Information:
*Direct spatial reference method: Raster
Raster object information:
*Image format: GRID
*Number of bands: 1
*Row count: 2934
*Column count: 4644
*Vertical count: 1
*Cell size X direction: 1000.000000
Emerald Ash Borer Detection Uncertainty 2012 Surface
*Cell size Y direction: 1000.000000
*Bits per pixel: 32
*Pyramid layers: TRUE
*Image colormap: FALSE
*Compression type: Default
*Raster object type: Grid Cell
*Raster display type: matrix values
*Raster origin: Upper Left
Distribution Information:
Resource description: Downloadable Data
Standard order process:
Digital form:
Digital transfer information:
*Transfer size: 51.98 MB
*Dataset size: 51.98 MB
Metadata Reference Information:
*Metadata date: 20121116
*Language of metadata: en
Metadata contact:
Contact information:
Contact organization primary:
Contact person: Marla C. Downing
Contact organization: Forest Health Technology Enterprise Team (FHTET) USDA Forest Service
Contact position: FHTET, Lead and Biological Scientist
Contact address:
Address type: mailing and physical address
Address:
2150 Centre’ Ave., Bldg A, Suite 331
City: Fort Collins
State or province: Colorado
Postal code: 80526-1891
Country: USA
Contact voice telephone: 970-295-5843
Contact electronic mail address: [email protected]
Hours of service: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM MT
Emerald Ash Borer Detection Uncertainty 2012 Surface
*Metadata standard name: FGDC Content Standards for Digital Geospatial Metadata
*Metadata standard version: FGDC-STD-001-1998
*Metadata time convention: local time
Metadata security information:
Metadata security classification: Unclassified
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