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Layer (ArcMap) with colors and SLAMM categories

Started by kschmid, September 29, 2009, 09:07:05 AM

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kschmid

I was wondering if anyone had generated a lyr file of the standard SLAMM colors and categories. Any links or emails would be great.
Thanks
Keil
keil.schmid@noaa.gov

Dean

Keil,

I have, but it's not exactly the same and only for Georgia categories.  I've altered the colors somewhat, but feel free to use it.

-Dean

kschmid

Thanks Dean,
Some level of standardization is helpful.
Keil

Jonathan S. Clough

I do have a SLAMM legend file but it may not be the format that you require.  (it is *.avl, or mwleg)

Here are the "standard" SLAMM colors FYI:  (they will be editable in SLAMM6)

This is hexadecimal RGB format.  See Delphi TColor format for more information.

  GridColors: ARRAY[Category] OF TColor
   = ($002D0398 {ClMaroon},    {DevDryland}
      $00002BD5 {ClMaroon}, {UndDryland}
      ClGreen,  {Swamp}
      $00005500, {CLWhite,  }{CypressSwamp}  {Darker Green}
      ClLime,   {InlandFreshMarsh}
      $00A4FFA4,{TidalFreshMarsh} {Lighter Green}
      ClOlive,  {TransitionSaltmarsh} {Lighter Teal}
      $00A6A600,{Saltmarsh }
      ClPurple, {Mangrove}
      $00B3FFFF,{EstuarineBeach}
      ClSilver, {TidalFlat}
      ClYellow, {OceanBeach}  {Lighter Yellow}
      $000059B3,{OceanFlat}   {Light Brown}
      $00FF80FF,{RockyIntertidal} {pink}
      $00FFA8A8,{InlandOpenWater} {light blue}
      ClBlue,   {RiverineTidalOpenWater}
      ClBlue,   {EstuarineWater}
      ClBlue,   {TidalCreek}
      ClNavy,   {OpenOcean}     
      $004080FF,{Brackish Marsh is Orange}
      $00006CD9,{Tall Spartina is dark orange, (Shows only when Requested)}
      $00004080,{Inland Shore is Brown}
      $00003E00,{Tidal Swamp is very dark green, almost black}
      ClWhite   {ClWhite   {Blank} );


Jonathan S. Clough

I'm working on tracking down a *.lyr file now.  -- JC

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