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A grid of cells 1 km by 1 km covering the areas of New Brunswick where lidar data has been collected. Each grid cell includes a link to download lidar data.
Mineral Occurrence layer with commodity and deposit type attributes. The attribute table contains a URL link to the online Mineral Occurrence database.
Delineates the administrative units used by the NB Department of Energy and Resource Development to manage populations and harvest of deer, moose, bear and furbearer species. Examples of furbearer species are beaver, muskrat, otter, mink, fox, and raccoon.
The Drill Hole layer is located by the collar location taken from mineral exploration reports of work. The attribute table contains a reference to the Mineral Report of Work where the drill hole was reported.
This dataset of Crown Land includes land managed by the Department of Energy and Resource Development.
The flows and effluent quality data is for the parameters of: * Biological Oxygen Demand BOD5/CBOD5 * Total Suspended Solids (TSS), also described as Residual Particulate Solids * Total Phosphorus (TP) * total monthly flow
The Air Quality in Ontario Report summarizes the state of ambient air quality in 2015 and 10 year trends for key airborne pollutants affecting Ontario's air quality.
This dataset provides a summary of information reported by landfills regarding their landfill gas collection (LFG), methane destruction and/or use, and associated emission reductions as required by Section 11 of O.Reg. 347 under the Environmental Protection Act. Data includes: * Year * Environmental Compliance Approval Number (ECA) * Landfill Site Name * Site Address * Approved Site Volume (m3) * Is LFG collected? (Yes/No) * LFG Destruction % - Flare * LFG Destruction % - Electricity Generation * LFG – Other % * LFG Other % - Description * Annual LFG Collected (m3) * Methane (%) * Destruction Efficiency (%) …
The Ontario Point Cloud (Lidar-Derived) consists of points containing elevation and intensity information derived from returns collected by an airborne topographic lidar sensor. The point cloud is structured into non-overlapping 1 km by 1 km tiles in LAZ format. The following classification codes are applied to the data: * unclassified * ground * water * high noise * low noise This dataset is a compilation of lidar data from multiple acquisition projects, so specifications, parameters, accuracy and sensors may vary by project. This data is for geospatial tech specialists, and is used by government, municipalities, conservation authorities and the private …
Ecoregion - Seven New Brunswick Ecoregions delineate areas that are different with regard to climate (precipitation and temperature), based principally on elevation above sea level and marine influences.
Ecodistrict - Ecodistricts are nested subdivisions of Ecoregions based on geomorphologic and lithologic differences. The correct way to quote an ecodistrict number is to quote both its ecoregion and ecodistrict numbers, separated by a dash, e.g.: 2-1 denotes the Upsalquitch Ecodistrict in the Northern Uplands Ecoregion.
Ecosection - Ecosections are nested subdivisions of Ecoregions based on topographic and relief differences. The correct way to quote an ecosection number is to quote its …