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This dataset contain all of the 1:20 000 scale index contour information converted from the Provincial Digital Base Mapping Project.
This dataset contains all of the 1:20 000 scale contour information converted from the Provincial Digital Base Mapping Project.
This dataset contain the 1:20 000 scale spot height elevation text converted from the Provincial Digital Base Mapping Project.
This collection is a legacy product that is no longer supported. It may not meet current government standards. The Canadian Digital Elevation Model (CDEM) is part of Natural Resources Canada's altimetry system designed to better meet the users' needs for elevation data and products. The CDEM stems from the existing Canadian Digital Elevation Data (CDED).
Contour Lines for the Pasqua, Crooked, Echo, and Round Lakes within the Qu’Appelle Valley river system in Saskatchewan
The Alberta Provincial Digital Elevation Model has five components: the Alberta Provincial Terrain, the Alberta Provincial 25 Metre Raster, the Alberta Provincial 100 Metre Raster, the Alberta Provincial 25 Metre Hillshade and the Alberta Provincial 100 Metre Hillshade. The source data is contained within the feature dataset that houses the Alberta Provincial Terrain. The source data consists of feature classes generated from the mass points, soft breaklines and hard breaklines that were stored as ASCII generate files in 1:20 000 scale National Topographic System (NTS) blocks. The source data has three origins: Digital Elevation Model: Alberta 1980 1995 60K, Southwestern Alberta 1979 1996 50K and Northeastern Alberta 1955 1986 50K.
Available as an ESRI ArcGIS Shapefile, an Autodesk DXF file, and as a MapInfo MIF/MID file. This dataset was created in 2009.
The elevation features of the CanVec series include the elevation contours and elevation points. These entities are used to describe the relief of the Canadian Landmass.
The CanVec multiscale series is available as prepackaged downloadable files and by user-defined extent via a Geospatial data extraction tool.
Alberta Geological Survey partnered with Alberta Environment (AENV) Northern Region to compile and analyze groundwater data in the Cold Lake-Beaver River Drainage Basin. This compilation and analysis assisted AENV and its stakeholders to complete an update of the Beaver River-Cold Lake Water Management Plan. This digital file provides the contours of the hydraulic-head distributions for the Grand Centre, Sand River, Ethel Lake and the Muriel Lake formations, and the Empress Formation Units 1 and 3 based on reported static-water levels from water wells within the study area.