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This service contains aerial photographs for selected areas in the Yukon dating from 1988 to 2015. All imagery in this service is publicly available, and can be made available on request. Please email Geomatics.Help@gov.yk.ca if you have any questions about Yukon government aerial photographs, or this image service. This service is managed by the Geomatics Yukon unit.
Photographs of the seabed have been collected during marine expeditions of the Geological Survey of Canada Atlantic and Pacific for over 50 years. Typically, a sequence of 10 to 20 photos are taken at a single station as the vessel drifts with prevailing winds and currents and the camera is repeatedly lowered to and raised from the seafloor. The suite of photos from each station may best be considered a representative ensemble from the proximal area. Only in the more recent expeditions, where differential GPS and ultra-short baseline positioning is used in camera positioning, is the relative positional information given for each photo meaningful in interpreting the sequence as a transect.
This table contains 82 series, with data for years 1916 - 1982 (not all combinations necessarily have data for all years), and is no longer being released. This table contains data described by the following dimensions (Not all combinations are available): Geography (11 items: Canada;Newfoundland and Labrador;Prince Edward Island;Nova Scotia; ...); Survey date (2 items: At June 1;At December 1); Type of poultry (4 items: Hens and chickens;Turkeys;Geese;Ducks).
Footprints for all images in the Yukon government Aerial Photographs image service.
The archive found in the Zenodo repository contains the most recent and historical (dating back to 2018) extracts of the entire National Forestry Database. This includes data pertaining to: wood supply, forest fires, forest products, silviculture, jurisdictional revenues, insect defoliation and pest control.
This dataset contains technical and descriptive metadata about digitized images, including: * creator * format type (e.g. black and white print, map) * date of creation * archival reference code * geographic location * subject matter * image number The dataset does not include actual digitized images. View sample images from the collection here. Please note that the actual images are not published under the Open Government Licence.
The Energy, Mines and Resources (EMR) Library owns over 100,000 Yukon Aerial Photographs. Aerial photos may be photocopied or scanned (600x600 dpi) in the Library. If you wish to scan aerial photos please bring a new, unformatted USB flash drive. Please note that photocopies are limited to 25 per client, per day.
Layer showing the approximate photo centres of aerial photographyin. May be used to determine which photograph(s) may cover specific areas of interest
Provincial regulations establish the province’s minimum wage. Minimum wage is the lowest legal wage employers can pay their employees. This dataset includes minimum wage rates in Nova Scotia dating back to 2002. Employers, employees and the public request minimum wage data, including in relation to historical rates.
Location of centre points of Yukon aerial photographs. Data was produced from heads up digitization of paper flightline index maps