Task 1: Prepare the shapefile to be joined
with the FIS output table
- Step 1: "Add Data": The input BRAT shapefile (watershed_name_Brat_input.shp) to ArcMap
- Step 2: Open the attribute table of and delete all
the fields except FID, and Shape.
Note: You must have at least one other field in this
case I had a field called ENABLED. This shapefile is the “empty” shapefile used
in the join. I named it Escalante_BRAT_Input.shp
Task 2: Join the
BRAT output table with the (Watershed_name)_BRAT_Input.shp
1: In ArcMap open the “empty shapefile” (watershed_name_BRAT_Input.shp) that
will be joined with the above table in the following steps:
- Step 2: Use Add Data to load BRAT_Final_NHD_from_GIS.csv
3: Use join the existing vegetation output table with the (watershed_name)_BRAT_Input.shp.
- Step 4: To make the
join permanent right click on the shapefile export and save as a new shapefile
to the output directory. Name the shapefile BRAT_(watershed_name).shp.
shapefiles are the final data and are featured on the Dam-building Beaver Capacity Maps. Below is an example:.