Minnesota Crop Sequence Boundaries 2016

Crop Sequence Boundaries (CSB) is a vector-based geospatial dataset which are fully synthetic representations of agricultural fields, their acreage, and cropping rotation history. These new data are primarily derived from a historical stack of Cropland Data Layers over a set time frame based on an algorithm of geospatial functions. It was developed in cooperation with the Economic Research Service.<br/><br/>Click here for Original Metadata: 2016 Crop Sequence Boundaries.html

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dsMetadataUrl https://resources.gisdata.mn.gov/pub/gdrs/data/pub/us_mn_state_mda/agri_csb_2016/metadata/metadata.html
dsModifiedDate 2023-09-14 00:47:19
dsOriginator National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)
dsPeriodOfContent 9/11/2023
dsPurpose Crop Sequence Boundaries (CSB) are geospatial algorithm-based field polygons derived from the NASS Cropland Data Layer (CDL). The growth of gridded datasets has fostered applications that require analysis units for aggregating the data to an attribute table. CSBs are created to provide full coverage for the 48 contiguous United States and to be accurate and repeatable across years. CSBs use a specified time frame of historic CDLs, together with road and rail networks, to capture the crop sequence in these synthetic fields. The current archive of these datasets span 8-year time frames for all years from 2008 to 2022.
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