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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
Information about roads under MNRF jurisdiction may fall within the responsibility of several different ministry branches and including: * Forests Division * Parks, Lands & Waters Branch * Resource access roads The dataset also contains roads not under the jurisdiction of the MNRF like municipal roads and provincial highways. These are sourced from the Ontario Road Network. *[MNRF]: Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry
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.
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
Data has been collected primarily using a depth measurement device, such as an echo-sounder, in combination with a GPS for horizontal positioning. Other survey methods, such as bathymetric LiDAR may also have been used. The survey method used in each body of water is shown in the Bathymetry Index. *[GPS]: Global Positioning System
The 3 combined land cover databases: * Far North Land Cover v1.4 * Southern Ontario Land Resource Information System (SOLRIS) v1.2 * the Provincial Land Cover 2000 Edition While each of these source products has differing pixel resolutions, projections and classifications, the resulting OLCC database is a standardized product with a: * pixel resolution of 15 metres * coordinate system of Ontario Lambert Conformal Conic * class structure of 29 land cover classes. The standardized classification has been accomplished at the expense of the more detailed class structures in the source land cover products. Where possible, the original land cover products should be used for analysis. This is an update to OLCC v1.0.
This dataset combines: * Far North Land Cover * Southern Ontario Land Resource Information System * Provincial Land Cover 2000 Edition While each of these source products has different pixel resolutions, projections and classifications, the combined OLCC data set is a standardized product. It has a: * 15 meter pixel resolution * Ontario Lambert Conformal Conic coordinate system * 30 land cover class structure The standardized classification has been accomplished at the expense of the more detailed class structures contained in the original 3 products. Where possible, the original land cover products should be used for analysis.
This dataset represents the locations of licenced and permitted pits and quarries regulated by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry under the Aggregate Resources Act, R.S.O. 1990. Aggregate site data has been divided into active and inactive sites. Active sites may be further subdivided into partial surrenders.
This digital data release contains the estimated quantities of shale- and siltstone-hosted hydrocarbons in Alberta described in Energy Resources Conservation Board/Alberta Geological Survey (ERCB/AGS) Open File Report 2012-06. The estimates are for the following units: - Duvernay Formation - Muskwa Formation - Montney Formation - Combined basal Banff and Exshaw formations in southern Alberta - North Nordegg Member - Wilrich Member For information on the extent and characteristics of the shale and siltstone units and the overall resource assessment approach see Energy Resources Conservation Board/Alberta Geological Survey Open File Report 2012-06. For a detailed description of the resource assessment methodology see Alberta Energy Regulator/Alberta Geological Survey Open File Report 2013-13.