Land Use Data for Latitude 43.75 Longitude -110.75

Area size: .5 degrees latitude by .5 degrees longitude


Grand Teton National Park


Boreal drylands
Temperate drylands

Growing Period (days)

60 to 89

Soil Types

Chernozems (Black soils rich in organic matter)
Cambisols (Horizon differentiation in the subsoil evident from changes in structure, colour, clay content or carbonate content)


Plain or plateau
Mountain 1500-2500 m, slope > 2%
Mountain > 2500

Slopes (degrees)

0.5 to 2
2 to 5
5 to 8
8 to 16
16 to 30
30 to 45

Population Density (persons per km2)


Infant mortality (per 1000 live births)

5 to 10

Mineral Extraction

Site Name (Type)Minerals
Corridor Pumicite OccurrencePumice
Cowboy LodeUranium
Flat Creek Occurrence No. 1Phosphorus-Phosphates
Flat Creek Occurrence No. 2Phosphorus-Phosphates, Uranium
Gros Ventre Slide OccurrencePhosphorus-Phosphates
Gros Ventre Slide ProspectPhosphorus-Phosphates, Uranium
Kelly Slide AreaUranium
Location D OccurrencePhosphorus-Phosphates
Pilgrim CreekGold
Tucker Pit (Surface)Sand and Gravel, Construction

Agricultural use data provided by LADA, 2008. "Mapping Land Use Systems at global and regional scales for Land Degradation Assessment Analysis. Version 1.0" Nachtergaele F. & Petri M.
Mineral extraction data provided by USGS Mineral Resources Data System (MRDS), downloaded June 2, 2010.