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In 1978, the State of Delaware enacted the Natural Areas Preservation System (7 Del. Code, Chapter 73) for the purpose of establishing an inventory of natural areas statewide and a system of nature preserves. A "natural area" as defined by the law is an "area of land or water, or of both land and water, whether in public or private ownership, which either retains or has reestablished its natural character (although it need not be undisturbed), or has unusual flora or fauna, or has biotic, geological, scenic or archaeological features of scientific or educational value. This data set depicts the current Natural Areas as identified by the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control.
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Energy and Environment
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natural, nature, dnrec, land
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Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environemental Control - Division of Parks and Recreation
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Public Domain
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Field Names:

OBJECTID
objectid
NAME
name
ACRES
acres
SHAPE
shape
SHAPE.AREA
shape_area
SHAPE.LEN
shape_len

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