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Uniquely identifies a 75 metre wide road tenure. This layer uses the centre line from the application and is buffered 37.5 metres either side. This layer does not represent the actual road on the ground. It represents where the application area is
The RFI identifies areas of land and water encircling a recreation feature or combination of features that support, or have the potential to support, one or more recreation activities. These areas are rated for their significance or importance to recreation and for their sensitivity to alteration
An opening's disturbance and silviculture activities reported into RESULTS. Most activities are within opening boundaries with the exception of broadcast treatments. An opening may have more than one activities associated with it. Activities may also overlap each other. Reporting of disturbance and silviculture attribute information is a mandatory requirement while the map is optional. This is part of the Silviculture and Land status Tracking dataset, which includes tracking harvesting and silviculture obligations on Crown Land
All island polygons. Islands may overlap as there are islands within islands (e.g., a lake on an island contains an island). GNISNAME1 contains the most atomic name for the island. For example, there are 3797 "Haida Gwaii" islands. If the island has not been named as part of a more specific group or with an individual name, "Haida Gwaii" is the GNISNAME1 value. GNISNAME2 and GNISNAME3 values are null. If the island has a more specific name, "Haida Gwaii" moves to GNISNAME2, and the more atomic name, such as "Moresby Island" is the GNISNAME1. If the island has an individual …
A spatially identified point on land and/or water that has been mapped for specific land and/or resource uses as determined through a strategic land and resource planning process. This layer represents non-legalized planning lines only, thus the direction given within the planning designation is policy only and is not legally enforceable. This layer contains point geometries. Current SLRP non-legal point features are included in this layer. For all SLRP non-legal point features (retired and current), please see the layer Non Legal Planning Features - All - Point.
A Range Unit is an administrative area established to assist in the management of the range program. Typically made up of one or more pastures. Generally, one or more Range Units make up a Stock Range
Province-wide spatial view showing the most downstream point of a stream or drainage system, established by Order-in-Council as a Water Reservation. This layer is updated daily.
The Observed Habitat Lines show the various types of particular habitat that have been observed or calculated by biologists as well as an expectation of different species found in the habitats. Each bioarea has several observed habitats, and it is the combination of the bioarea and habitat observed number that identifies each unique observed habitat.
Planting activities reported on openings into RESULTS. More than one planting activitiy may occur within an opening. Planting activiites may also overlap. Planting attribute reporting is mandatory requirement while planting maps are optional. Planting reports includes species and seedlot information. This is a part of Silviculture and Land Status dataset, which includes tracking achievement of silviculture obligations on Crown land
The spatial representation of a Forest Stewardship Plan and Forest Development Units. A Forest Stewardship Plan is a plan submitted by a forest industry licensee stating how the BC Government's objectives for managing the province's forest resources will be met. It identifies the plan-holder's obligations for a five-year period. The Forest Development Unit is the spatially-mapped area of land within a Forest Stewardship Plan where specific forest practices obligations apply to specific forest licensees.