NPS Focus Digital Library and Research Station

Metadata Updated: Mar 18, 2015

Scope: National. NPS Focus Digital Library and Research Station information system manages images and archives of images as well as documents described by linked metadata and provides cross-repository searching of library catalogs within and external to the NPS. The NPS Focus system is composed of two separate but integrated subsystems: * The NPS Focus Digital Library is a digital resource metadata and file management system. It can be used to store images and documents for search and display through the NPS Focus GUI or as a web service to other systems. * NPS Focus Research Station provides a portal to search across numerous NPS systems including its own digital library of images and documents.

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License: No license information was provided. If this work was prepared by an officer or employee of the United States government as part of that person's official duties it is considered a U.S. Government Work.

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Dates

Metadata Date 20090529
Metadata Created Date Sep 18, 2013
Metadata Updated Date Mar 18, 2015
Reference Date(s) This is an ongoing, accumulative information system covering time intervals for 390+ parks and the NPS itself.
Frequency Of Update Daily
Issued 2003

Additional Metadata

Resource Type Dataset
Metadata Date 20090529
Metadata Created Date Sep 18, 2013
Metadata Updated Date Mar 18, 2015
Reference Date(s) This is an ongoing, accumulative information system covering time intervals for 390+ parks and the NPS itself.
Responsible Party Unknown
Contact Email
Unknown
Access Level public
Data Dictionary http://focus.inside.nps.gov/docs/guide/metadata/index.html
Data Quality Not Relevant
Frequency Of Update Daily
Granularity Longitude/latitude
Issued 2003
Metadata Source dms
References Not Relevant
Spatial Text National Park Service system-wide which includes all of U.S. and affiliated sites worldwide.
Theme Section 6. Geography and Environment

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