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Facilities used by MNRF's Aviation Forest Fire and Emergency Services branch. This dataset is used to support aviation forest fire and AFFES business operations. *[MNRF]: Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry *[AFFES]: Aviation Forest Fire and Emergency Services
SOLRIS is based on MNRF's Ecological Land Classification (ELC) for southern Ontario (Lee et al, 1998). It is a land use inventory that supports a number of key Provincial initiatives including Source Water Protection, Natural Spaces, Biodiversity Conservation and State of Resources Reporting. The data covers the date ranges from 1999-2002 and 2009-2011. *[MNRF]: Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry *[SOLRIS]: Southern Ontario Land Resource Information System
The ORN is a provincewide geographic database of over 250,000 kilometres of municipal roads, provincial highways and resource and recreational roads. The ORN is the authoritative source of roads data for the Government of Ontario. Road names in the ORN are the official names provided by the authoritative jurisdiction for each road segment, such as a municipality or the Ontario Government. The list of authoritative sources used for the ORN is in the “Ontario Road Network - List of Partners” document in the Supporting Files section below.
This spatial dataset represents the boundaries of the areas of responsibility for aggregate inspectors working on behalf of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry. In southern Ontario, inspectors may use various criteria to determine their area of responsibility, including: * geographic township boundaries * the number of licences and permits in a given area * geographic size In northern Ontario, areas of responsibility generally follow MNRF district boundaries. Use our interactive Pits and Quarries map to learn more about active aggregate sites and designated areas.
A Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) Road Barrier is when access to a road segment or network is restricted or controlled. Road authorities in Ontario have the mandated responsibility to construct roads or have them constructed on their behalf. They include: * Ministry of Natural Resources (resource access roads and park roads) * Municipalities * Ministry of Transportation * Ministry of Northern Development and Mines * Federal government (roads on federal lands, e.g. national parks, Dept.
This dataset provides a listing and relevant details for forest resource processing facilities (mills) that are licensed and operating or require a licence to operate in Ontario. Contents include: * Facility Code * Name * Facility Type * MNRF Region * Address * City * Province * Postal Code * Latitudinal and Longitudinal Coordinates All facilities that use 1,000 cubic metres or more of forest resources in one year require a facility licence.
The Analysis of Regional Wood Supply (ARWoodS) data is updated annually to incorporate changes to wood supply, projected wood supply use, and planned and actual harvest levels. The data is used to identify critical regional and provincial wood supply issues. Examples of data: * available harvest volume (supply) * current and projected wood supply use * planned harvest volume * historical (actual) wood use ARWoodS is produced by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) as part of the Provincial Wood Supply Strategy. *[ARWoodS]: Analysis of Regional Wood Supply
The Ontario Radar DSM has the following features: * source data: 1 arc second spaceborne C-Band Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (IFSAR) data * MNR Lambert Conformal Conic Projection * vertical datum in both EGM96 and CGVD28, separately * elevation value: floating * local Polynomial Interpolation from vector elevation points * spatial resolution: 30 meter * asurface elevation model This product offers significant advancements in elevation data in the province. Read the details about these advancements and other technical specifications, including data processing, major spatial characteristics of the Radar DSM, and the steps to generate the Northern Ontario Radar DSM. *[MNR]: Ministry of Natural Resources *[DSM]: Digital Surface Model
The ORN is a provincewide geographic database of over 250,000 kilometres of municipal roads, provincial highways, and resource and recreational roads. The ORN is the authoritative source of roads data for the Government of Ontario. Road names in the ORN are the official names provided by the authoritative jurisdiction for each road segment, such as a municipality or the Ontario Government. The list of authoritative sources used for the ORN is in the “Ontario Road Network - List of Partners” document in the Supporting Files section below.
This spatial dataset represents the locations of aquatic resource area (ARA) line segments derived from corresponding line features in the Ontario Hydro Network. ARA line segments may represent a portion of a water body or an entire water body (such as a lake, river or stream). Attributes for each location may include: * physical characteristics such as water temperature and depth * fish species The ARA data classes are the authoritative source for generic spatial data related to fish species in Ontario. The data can be used for: * forest and fisheries management planning * municipal planning * natural heritage and land use planning * issuing work permits under the Public Lands Act, 1990 * issuing licenses under the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act, 1997 * fulfilling public information requests There are additional sensitive data related to provincially tracked species and species at risk that are not available as part of this open data package.