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Examples of Desired Map Types

The Kisatchie National Forest - Section 28 - "Study Area"

The Kisatchie National Forest - Section 28 - "Study Area"

Green is relatively flat, Yellow is moderately steep, and Red is very steep.

Steepness Map

Green is relatively flat, Yellow is moderately steep, and Red is very steep.
Red is very limited, Yellow is somewhat limited, and green is not limited.

Soils Rating for Small Buildings

Red is very limited, Yellow is somewhat limited, and green is not limited.

Maps in Combination

Single maps often have “desireable” information, but maps in combination help our understanding of appropriate locations to build or avoid.

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Bright Red defines "Very Limited Soils" - Muted Green areas are the desired locations for small buildings.  Yellow areas have some physical limitations, and Red are usually too steep for small building locations.

Combination of Two Maps - Steepness and Soil Limitations

Bright Red defines “Very Limited Soils” – Muted Green areas are the desired locations for small buildings. Yellow areas have some physical limitations, and Red are usually too steep for small building locations.
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