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1. Airports: Mexico City, Mexico, 2010

2010. LeadDog Consulting (Firm). This polygon shapefile shows the Santa Lucia Military Airport (Aeropuerto Militar de Santa Lucia) and the International Airport of Mexico City (Aer... LeadDog Consulting (Firm).

2. Bodies of Water: Mexico City, Mexico, 2010

2010. LeadDog Consulting (Firm). This polygon shapefile represents bodies of water and dams in Mexico City (Mexico).LeadDog Consulting (Originator and Publisher) has a Mexico-based... LeadDog Consulting (Firm).

3. Mexico City: AGEB Boundaries and 2010 Census Data

2010. Instituto Nacional de Estadística, Geografía e Informática (Mexico) and LeadDog Consulting (Firm). This polygon shapefile represents population counts and associated households in Mexico City (Mexico), as well as the age, sex, education, and birt... LeadDog Consulting (Firm).

4. Parks: Mexico City, Mexico, 2010

2010. LeadDog Consulting (Firm). This polygon shapefile represents parks in Mexico City (Mexico). Feature attributes include parks, recreational facilities and gardens.LeadDog Cons... LeadDog Consulting (Firm).

5. Mexico City Parks, 2007

2007. LeadDog Consulting, LLC. Mexico City Parks is a polygon theme representing park areas in Mexico City, Mexico.

6. Mexico City Water Bodies, 2007

2007. LeadDog Consulting, LLC. Mexico City Water Bodies is a polygon theme representing bodies of water in and around Mexico City, Mexico.

7. Mexico City AGEB Boundaries and 2000 Census Data

2000. LeadDog Consulting, LLC. Mexico City AGEB Boundaries and 2000 Census Data is a polygon theme representing the AGEB (block group) boundaries in Mexico City for the 2000 cens...

8. Administrative Boundaries, Mexico City, Mexico, 1990

1990. Angel, Shlomo, Parent, Jason, Civco, Daniel L., and Blei, Alejandro M. This polygon layer establishes the administrative boundaries of Mexico City, Mexico, otherwise known as the study area. These data are part of the ... Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.