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Fisheries Information Summary System (FISS) layer of Historic (pre 2001) Fish Distribution Zones of BC streams. Includes salmonid rearing and spawning zones. Georeferenced to the stream centreline network layer of the 1:50,000 scale BC Watershed Atlas.
The Fish Pathogen Boundary Segment layer forms the boundary of the Fish Pathogen Management Zones and is made up of segments that were taken from the Ontario Road Network. This data class was created in order to store the road name information associated with each segment that makes up the fish pathogen management zone boundary. Instructions for downloading this dataset: * select the link below and scroll down the metadata record page until you find Transfer Options in the Distribution Information section * select the link beside the Data for download label * you must provide your name, organization and email address in order to access the dataset This product requires the use of GIS software. *[GIS]: geographic information system
The Rangeland Management Zones dataset is comprised of all the polygons that represent the Alberta Environment and Parks Rangeland Management Zones in Alberta. A Rangeland Management Zone is an administrative area designated by the Department of Alberta Environment and Parks in which grazing and other agricultural uses related to public land are managed by regional branch offices. The boundaries are used to ensure referrals are sent to the correct locations. The Rangeland Management Zones was formerly known as Alberta Sustainable Resource Development Rangeland Management Zones.
Nova Scotia is divided in 12 deer management zones and deer hunting regulations may vary by zone.
Fish ON-Line is a mobile fishing tool with information on where to fish in Ontario. It includes information for over 20,000 waterbodies including: * fish species observations * fish stocking * fishing regulations and sanctuaries * fishing access points * lake depth contours * licence issuer locations It also has links to other sources of information such as: * broad-scale monitoring program * provincial parks * Guide to Eating Ontario Fish * local weather forecasts Related datasets: * Aquatic Resource Areas - Polygons * Aquatic Resource Areas - Lines * Bathymetry Lines * Fishing Regulation Exemptions * Fish Stocking * Fishing Access Points * Fisheries Management Zones * Geographic Names * Guide to Eating Ontario Fish * Licence Issuer Locations * Ontario waterbody location identifer
Prior to January 1, 2008, fishing divisions were administrative units to manage, monitor, assess and regulate recreational fisheries. Each zone was based on angler usage and ecological/geographic patterns. Refer to Fisheries Management Zone for boundaries after 2008.
The geographic coverage of the 4 Nova Scotia Health Authority Management Zones.
The Fish and Wildlife District dataset is comprised of all the polygons that represent the Fish and Wildlife Districts in Alberta. Fish and Wildlife District is the 2nd level of administrative unit of Fish and Wildlife Division, Alberta Sustainable Resource Department (ASRD), to manage their services throughout the province.
For health auditing purposes, a farm is considered active once three pens of fish have been present for 30 days, following entry of the first pen of fish at the farm. Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) applies a computerized selection system to randomly select active salmon farms within the fish health zones of the British Columbia. coast. All farms within a zone are assigned a random number and a computer selection of the farms within that zone is weighted (based on the fish species and the number of “active farms” operating in that zone as a percentage of the total number of active farms in the province).
Aquatic fish data are collected across watercourses in Jasper National Park using a variety of fish sampling methods in order to inventory fish diversity, distribution, and relative densities over time. Data collected provide resource management some of the necessary information needed to prepare stock-specific plans to conserve, manage, and where appropriate restore native fish and their habitats in Jasper National Park.