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This is a dataset of forest harvest areas for the Upper North Saskatchewan and Upper Red Deer River Basins of Alberta. This dataset was created to support spatial analyses of forest harvest areas in the Upper North Saskatchewan and Upper Red Deer River Basins for the Alberta Environment and Parks report entitled “Ecological response to land use and human activities in the eastern slopes of Alberta’s Rocky Mountains: A scientific assessment”. This is a polygon dataset covering the Upper North Saskatchewan and upper Red Deer River Basins of Alberta, Canada for the period 1961-2016. This dataset of forest harvest areas was created using three data sources obtained from Alberta Agriculture and Forestry: The AVI (Alberta Agriculture and Forestry, 2017a), the Post Inventory Final Cutblocks layer (Alberta Agriculture and Forestry, 2017b), and Regional Forestry Cultblock data (obtained directly from Alberta Agriculture and Forestry, March 2018).
Alberta Satellite Land Cover (ASLC) raster is produced for Government of Alberta and is available to the general public. The ASLC Mosaic is a land cover dataset for the province of Alberta. It is a set of individual projects completed in the last decade for wildfire historical burns and various areas. As the remote sensing technology and related information extraction approaches have made significant advancements during last 20 years the process naturally evolved from classification schema targeting Landsat 5 to one integrating various sources of remote sensing data, information extraction procedures, different open and commercial toolboxes for processing and more automation.
The distribution of Terrain - 20K Digital Elevation Models data to the public is provided by AltaLIS Ltd., distributing agent for the Alberta Data Partnerships Ltd. (ADP), formerly Spatial Data Warehouse Ltd. (SDW), on behalf of the Government of Alberta. The Terrain - 20K Digital Elevation Models data includes a GIS-ready mapping database created by Alberta Environment and Parks and includes the following: three dimensional spatial ground elevation masspoints, hard breaklines, and soft breaklines. This product is available from AltaLIS Ltd. under the Province of Alberta’s ‘Open Government Licence’.
This polygon dataset represents those parts of the ground surface modified by lake and stream erosion and deposition, as well as stagnation moraines covered by lacustrine sediment, as depicted in AGS Map 213, 'Quaternary Geology, Central Alberta' (stippled and cross-hatched areas).
This polygon dataset represents those parts of the ground surface modified by lake and stream erosion and deposition, as well as stagnation moraines covered by lacustrine sediment, as depicted in AGS Map 207, 'Quaternary Geology, Southern Alberta' (stippled and cross-hatched areas).
The Significant Landforms of Alberta dataset contains significant (provincially, nationally or internationally) geomorphic features within the province of Alberta, for distribution external to the Government of Alberta. These data have been assembled by Alberta Parks, in collaboration with the Alberta Geological Survey (AGS), with contributions from other subject matter experts in Alberta.
The Green/White Area dataset is comprised of all the polygons that represent the Green and White areas in the province of Alberta for the Department of Alberta Environment and Parks administrative purpose.
The Central Parkland Vegetation Inventory (CPVI) Polygons is a dataset that was created to capture vegetation information for the Central (Aspen) Parkland Natural Subregion in Alberta. The Parkland Natural Region covers approximately 10% of the province and acts as a broad transitional area between the dry grasslands and the moist boreal forest. This region is characterized by productive soils, moisture levels and climatic conditions conducive to agriculture. The vegetation cover is a mosaic of aspen woodlands, wetlands, fescue grassland and riparian areas.
A complete province wide municipal dataset containing Roads, Addresses, and Common Place Names in Alberta.
The Alberta Provincial Boundary dataset is a polygon that represents the bounding limits of the Province of Alberta as of February 2007. This version of the boundary has been superseded by the ATS v4.1 Alberta Provincial Boundary, published April 2010.