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[ARCHIVED] This dataset has been archived as it is no longer able to be provided in this manner. For a more current version of this elevation dataset, please refer to https://nsgi.novascotia.ca/datalocator/elevation/ to access the current catalogue of available elevation products. The Nova Scotia Elevation Dataset, consisting of a Digital Elevation Model (DEM) derived from LiDAR data is available for select 1:2000 scale map sheet windows covering the Eskasoni Mi’Kmaw Nation Reserve. The DEM is a bare earth rasterized elevation model with a one metre cell size. The area collected is a total of thirteen 1:2000 scale map sheet windows for …
Locations of sampling stations for sensor strings deployed as part of the Centre for Marine Applied Research's (CMAR) Coastal Monitoring Program. Sensor strings record high-resolution temperature, dissolved oxygen, and intermittent salinity data at various depths, typically for several months. The dataset for each county is available at https://data.novascotia.ca/browse?Detailed-Metadata_Department=Fisheries+and+Aquaculture&tags=coastal+monitoring+program For more information on CMAR and the Coastal Monitoring Program go to: https://cmar.ca/reports/
Part of the Nova Scotia Topographic Database (NSTDB), the roads and railroads theme layer is updated and maintained from aerial photography and collected in the field with mobile GPS, Field inspections verify road way types such as surface and number of lanes. Road feature codes and their descriptions are provided with the download in a NSTDB feature code table. Data download also available via GeoNova: https://nsgi.novascotia.ca/WSFDDS/DDS.svc/DownloadFile?tkey=fhrTtdnDvfytwLz6&id=15 Map service view also available via GeoNova: https://nsgiwa.novascotia.ca/arcgis/rest/services/BASE/BASENSTDB10kRoads_UT83/MapServer?f=jsapi
A sinkhole is a natural depression or hole in the Earth's surface which may have various causes. Most natural sinkholes are caused by the chemical dissolution of water-soluble carbonate rocks or gypsum. Sinkholes may vary in size from 1 to 600 m both in diameter and depth. Sinkholes may be formed gradually or by sudden collapse and are found worldwide in ‘karst areas.’ Karst areas are not unique to Nova Scotia; in fact, they occur in over a quarter of the earth’s surface. As a result, there are well-established methods for reducing karst risks. These include actions that can be …
A listing of all currently active daycares and the details of their licence.
Contact Information: Early Childhood Development Intervention Services (ECDIS)
Provincial listing of Active Condominium Corporation in Nova Scotia by County.
Dataset provides location information on approved GED testing locations in Nova Scotia by providing the campus, street address, city/town and geographic co-ordinates of testing sites
This category covers surplus computer equipment. In 1994 the Executive Council approved a plan that would have government embark on a program that would see all surplus government computer equipment redistributed throughout the Public School System under The Computers for Schools Program.
The Nova Scotia Control Monuments (NSCM) dataset is updated and maintained from ongoing observations on survey monuments. The NSCM indicates the locations of physical survey monuments in Nova Scotia. Information includes the Station Number, Station Name, Station Description, Monument Type, Monument Status, Status Date, Construction Date, GPS suitability and general comments.