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Found 10 records similar to Ontario Flow Assessment Tool (OFAT)
Data includes: * The Lake Superior watershed * The Lake Huron watershed * The Lake Erie watershed * The Lake Ontario watershed * The St. Lawrence River watershed
The Baseline hydrology statistics (stream flow regime) in the Southwestern Hudson Bay and Nelson River watershed systems were produced for the Water Survey of Canada's HYDAT database. These baseline statistics provide information on the water quantity at each Water Survey Canada gauge location . They also provide a summary at a primary watershed scale. This data helps address the previous data gaps in the Far North region.
Note: This data has been replaced by the Ontario Watershed Boundaries (OWB). We are no longer updating this data. It is best suited for historical research and analysis. A watershed, also known as a catchment basin, includes all land that is drained by a watercourse and its tributaries.
Ontario Integrated Hydrology (OIH) data is used to generate watersheds and support provincial-scale hydrology applications including: * watershed generation * hydrologic modelling * watercourse network analysis Four key datasets are represented in each data package: * stream network (Enhanced Watercourse) * hydrology-enforced digital elevation model [DEM ] (Enforced DEM) * flow direction grid (Enhanced Flow Direction - EFDIR) * raster representation of the stream network (StreamGrid) Technical information For the first time, OIH data is complete for the entire province making it possible to create a watershed for any location in Ontario. This includes areas flowing in from neighbouring provinces and Minnesota with the following exceptions: * points on the international border that drain to Lake Superior, south of Pigeon River * points on the international border that drain the Great Lakes connecting channels and St. Lawrence River stateside * points along the Ottawa River that drain from Quebec Special note: North West package The North West package contains hydrography data for the entire Rainy River Basin, an area which straddles the international border between Canada and the United States. The data stateside originates from the National Hydrography Dataset (NHD) as of February/March 2014. This data has been harmonized with the Ontario Hydro Network (OHN) to create the Enhanced Watercourse and Integrated Waterbody layers found within the North West package.
This dataset contains measurements of pesticide concentrations in stream water samples collected at selected streams in Ontario. The Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks (MECP) and Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA) jointly collaborate to monitor pesticides in selected tributaries in southern Ontario. There are currently 19 monitoring sites within watershed or predominately agricultural land. The data includes: * Location of 21 stations (19 of which are currently active) * Pesticide concentration levels
This data set includes information on sampling locations and physical conditions in lakes and streams across Ontario. It also includes meteorological conditions from monitoring stations in south-central Ontario. Lakes The data for lakes includes sampling location details and measurements such as: * temperature * dissolved oxygen levels * water transparency Streams The data for streams includes measurements such as stream flow discharge from monitoring stations in south-central Ontario. Meteorological conditions This dataset contains meteorological conditions for climate stations close to monitored lakes in south-central Ontario.
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry developed standardized Arc Hydro surface water data sessions based on the Quaternary Watershed fabric for the Province of Ontario. Each session contains foundation layers required for fundamental hydrologic watershed analysis. This Arc Hydro product can be used for regional scale analysis for a variety of purposes. It is not intended for detailed site level analysis.
Get data about the water quality for Ontario's inland lakes. The data is collected through volunteer monitoring efforts – citizen science. The Lake Partner Program (LPP) measures water quality in inland lakes across Ontario. This dataset provides water quality and water clarity data, as well as data on the concentrations of: * total phosphorus * calcium Spatial information for lake monitoring locations across Ontario are also available.
This dataset provides information submitted by well contractors as prescribed by Regulation 903, and is stored in the Water Well Information System (WWIS). Spatial information for all of the well records reported in Ontario are also provided. Well record map *[WWIS]: Water Well Information System This data is related to: * Well records * Map: Well records * Topic: Drinking water * Law: Reg. 903: Wells Related data: * Petroleum wells
The Ontario Dam Inventory (ODI) is an inventory of medium and large dams throughout Ontario. It uses a point-based system (x, y location) to identify each dam location. The ODI does not contain: * small dams * small water control structures * beaver dams * water crossings * road embankments * locks * falls * rapids * culverts Each dam location has an identifier that can be used to link to other dam information databases.