I'm using ArcGIS 10.3
I have the following 4 layers (all are polygons)
You can find these layers in this link
Sites: 5 subcatchments (Site1 to site5) and site 5 combine all subcatchments upstream
Nloss: nitrogen loss for each polygon
Geology: Rock types
Soils: Soil types
What I want?
I want to create a polygon shapefile. In this layer, each polygon will have ALL the attributes from all the 4 layers.
intersect to do so. I think
union could be used as well to do the same.
I named the resulting shapefile
intersect_4_layers.shp. The result of this intersection could be found in this link.
I have slope shapefile that has two categories (
I wanted to add slope information to the shapefile resulting from intersecting the 4 layers above (Sites/Soils/Nloss/Rocks) named "intersect_4_layers.shp".
I tried the following:
1- to intersect
2- to intersect all 5 layers (
Both trials failed and resulted in this warning
WARNING 000117: Warning empty output generated
Why intersection worked the 1st time (intersecting 4 layers) and didn't work while trying to intersect them with the slope?
Any suggestions how to get all the attributes of the 5 layers into one shapefile?