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This table contains 104 series, with data for years 1977 - 1991 (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 (1 item: Manitoba) ; Stages of development and harvesting (8 items: Date when seeding is general;Date when heading is general;Date when swathing is started;Date when swathing is general; ...) ;Crop district (13 items: Total;Crop district 1;Crop district 2;Crop district 3; ...).
Census of Agriculture, 1921 to date. Selected crops.
The Municipal District dataset is comprised of all the polygons that represent Municipal Districts in Alberta. Municipal District is a municipality type defined under the authority of the Municipal Government Act. The formation of a Municipal District occur when a majority of the buildings used as dwellings are on parcels of land with an area of at least 1850 square meters and there is a population of 1000 or more. A municipal district is a government form in rural areas of the province.
A monthly and crop year to-date review of grains and wheat flour exported to country of destination. Includes port and sector points of exit.
Census of Agriculture, 1921 to date. Total farm area, land in crops, summerfallow land, tame or seeded pasture and all other land.
Beginning with the 2011 grow season, the Earth Observation Team of the Science and Technology Branch (STB) at Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) started collecting ground truth data via windshield surveys. This observation data is collected in support of the generation of an annual crop inventory digital map. These windshield surveys take place in provinces where AAFC does not have access to crop insurance data. The collection routes driven attempt to maximize not only the geographical distribution of observations but also to target unique or specialty crop types within a given region.
The plate contains four maps showing the mean river freeze-over date, the mean lake freeze-over date, the mean river ice-free date and the mean lake ice free date. The four maps depict, in a general way, the average dates on which freshwater bodies in Canada become completely ice-covered in the fall, and become completely ice-free in the spring. The formation of an ice cover on a water body is called freeze-up; and the melting and dissipation of this ice cover is called break-up. Freeze-up begins when surface water is cooled to 0 degrees Celsius and ice crystals begin to form; it ends when the water body has attained its maximum ice coverage.
This table contains 146 series, with data for years 1933 - 1978 (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 (1 item: Canada) ;Supply and disposition (25 items: Total supplies;Production;Imports;Stocks at commencement of crop year; ...) ;Type of crop (7 items: Wheat;Oats;Barley;Rye; ...).
Data on weekly and crop year to-date movement of principal grains and oilseeds from Canadian farms for domestic processing and exports, stocks in various commercial facilities and feed grain handlings.
This report on the Whitehorse Copper Belt is written by a geologist who was actively involved in mining and exploration in the district during the decade of the seventies. It includes a review of earlier data and compiles recent work, mining practice, geological concepts and constraints and problems in development and mining. Earlier reports on the district by McConnell and Kindle emphsized geology; this report concentrates on mining and development. The report was written when mining in the district was at its peak; it will be useful to those contemplating future development in the Copper Belt and for comparing the district to others.