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The Canada Centre for Remote Sensing (CCRS), and the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) have collaborated with contributions from RADARSAT International (RSI), to create an ortho-rectified RADARSAT-1 mosaic of Canada. Using CSA's RADARSAT data archive, ScanSAR Narrow B descending mode data were selected. The majority of the data, south of 60 degrees was acquired during the growing seasons of 1998 and 1999. The remaining data were collected during the winters of 1998 and 1999.
Mosaic of Australia - This RADARSAT-1 Australian mosaic, captured at a 500-metre resolution, comprises 165 images acquired between November 15, 2000 and February 12, 2001.
The mosaic was produced by MacDonald Dettwiler and Associates Ltd. in collaboration with the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) and the Canada Centre for Remote Sensing. RADARSAT data © CSA.
The Canada Centre for Remote Sensing (CCRS), and the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) have collaborated with contributions from RADARSAT International (RSI) (now MDA Geospatial Services Inc. (MDA GSI)), to create an ortho-rectified RADARSAT-1 mosaic of Canada. Using CSA's RADARSAT data archive, ScanSAR Narrow B descending mode data were selected. The majority of the data, south of 60 degrees was acquired during the growing seasons of 1998 and 1999. The remaining data were collected during the winters of 1998 and 1999.
The mosaic was produced by the Byrd Polar Research Center of Ohio State University, in collaboration with the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) and the Alaska SAR Facility. Project sponsored by NASA. RADARSAT data © CSA.
From 2003 to January 12, 2014, Ministry of Children and Youth Services used the following 9 regions: * Eastern * South East * Central East * Central West * South West * Hamilton/Niagara * Toronto * North East * Northern These 9 Service Delivery Division regions were combined with Youth Justice Services regions to create 5 new integrated regions: * North * West * Central * East * Toronto These new regions are effective as of January 13, 2014.
Mosaic of Africa - This mosaic of Africa consists of approximately 1600 images that were collected between October 1998 and July 2002. The northern part of the mosaic (above 10 degrees parallel north) was generated with the ScanSAR Narrow beam and the southern part (below 10 degrees parallel north) is based on W2 beam images. The Canary Islands is the only area acquired in another mode; this mosaic is based on Wide 2, Standard 2 and 5. Include mosaics by country.
The Onion Creek map area straddles the north slope of the Nisling Range to the south and the south slope of the Dawson Range to the north. Nisling River separates the two ranges and crosses the map area from east to west. Onion Creek is a major tributary to the Nisling River on the west side of the map area.
This is a Mosaic of Canada which is made from 121 images captured by Canadian satellite RADARSAT-2. These images were acquired from May 1, 2013 to June 1, 2013. The color variation represents the changes in soil texture, roughness and the level of soil moisture. (Credit: RADARSAT-2 Data and Products © MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates Ltd. (2013) - All Rights Reserved.
There are six time zones in Canada. From west to east the main time zones are: Pacific, Mountain, Central, Eastern and Atlantic. The island of Newfoundland observes a sixth time: it decided to set its clock at the halfway point of its time zone or 3 hours and 30 minutes behind Greenwich time instead of four hours (which would be Atlantic time). Finally, many parts of the country do not observe the official hour, choosing instead to adopt the time in a neighbouring zone in order to facilitate trade between adjacent regions.
This Alberta Official Statistic compares the infant mortality rate across all five Alberta Health Services Continuum Zones for the combined years 2011 to 2014. The infant mortality rates are broken down by neonatal mortality (deaths occurring prior to 28 days) and post-neonatal mortality (deaths occurring between 28 days and < 1 year of age). Confidence intervals are presented to assist in interpretation. Alberta is divided into five continuum zones as follows: South, Calgary, Central, Edmonton, and North.