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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.
Note: this Far North Quaternary Watersheds data has been replaced by the Ontario Watershed Boundaries. A watershed, also known as a catchment basin, includes all land that is drained by a watercourse and its tributaries. Watersheds are split into four categories: * primary * secondary * tertiary * quaternary Quaternary watersheds are subdivisions of tertiary watersheds. There are more than 1000 quaternary watersheds in Ontario. We created the Far North quaternary boundaries based on the Ontario Integrated Hydrology data.
This data covers the entire Far North from 2005-2011. The data is provided in both grid and vector formats. It is broken into layers that cover UTM zones 15, 16 and 17. Layers representing each level of the classification hierarchy described in the data specs have been provided: * class * group * section Can be used to create a consistent map to meet regional - to landscape level analysis (1:100,000).
Includes: * contour land * contour land approximate * contour land auxiliary/interpolated * contour land depression In southern Ontario the contour interval is 5 meters. In the near north the contour interval is 10 meters. In the Far North the contour interval depends on the information source. Data is collected on an irregular basis.
Data covers natural, rural and urban lands in Ecoregions 6E and 7E, current to 2000-2002. This land use inventory supports key provincial initiatives including: * source water protection * natural spaces * biodiversity conservation * state of resources reporting
Get data on Ontario gross domestic product (GDP) by manufacturing industries. The GDP is a monetary measure of the value of all final goods and services produced in a period. This dataset shows Ontario’s GDP by manufacturing industries, including: * food, beverage and tobacco * chemical and petroleum products * primary metal products * fabricated metal products * machinery * electrical and electronic products * transportation equipment * paper products and printing * plastic and rubber products * other manufacturing
Get data on the Ontario gross domestic product (GDP) by industry. The GDP is a monetary measure of the value of all final goods and services produced in a period. This dataset shows Ontario’s GDP by Goods Producing Industries, including: * food, beverage and tobacco manufacturing * electrical and electronic products * chemical and petroleum products * primary metal and fabricated metal products * transportation equipment * other manufacturing industries * agriculture (crop and animal production) * other primary industries * construction * utilities (excluding communications)
Note: this Watershed, Primary data has been replaced by the Ontario Watershed Boundaries. A watershed, also known as a catchment basin, includes all land that is drained by a watercourse and its tributaries. Watersheds are split into four categories: * primary * secondary * tertiary * quaternary Ontario has three primary watersheds: * Great Lakes – St. Lawrence * Southwestern Hudson Bay * Nelson River These divisions are based on the federal framework originally known as the Water Resources Index Inventory Filing System.
This Ontario Hydro Network (OHN) small scale dataset is intended for cartographic and web mapping display purposes, not for analytical work. Small scale waterbody, watercourse and shoreline data is available at the following seven scales: * 1:100,000 * 1:200,000 * 1:500,000 * 1:1,000,000 * 1:2,000,000 * 1:5,000,000 * 1:10,000,000 Search the Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse OHN Products Composite File Geodatabase to download a file geodatabase of all the OHN’s publicly available (Open) derivative cartographic products taken from the LIO Warehouse on a bi-weekly basis.
The Ontario Digital Surface Model (Imagery-Derived) is a raster elevation product that was generated from the elevation point clouds created via pixel-correlation from aerial photography. A DSM is the highest reflective surface of features captured by the sensor. This surface is also referred to as the first reflective surface. The DSM may include: * treetops * rooftops and tops of towers * telephone poles * other natural or artificial features * ground surface if there is no vegetative ground cover This data is for geospatial tech specialists, and is used by government, municipalities, conservation authorities and the private sector for land use planning and environmental analysis.