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Environmental Monitoring Stations (EMS) spatial points coverage for the Province by LOCATION TYPES. The following spatial layers reference this as a data source: 1. Environmental Monitoring - All Stations 2. Environmental Monitoring Stations - Air Monitoring (Ambient Air Site) 3. Environmental Monitoring Stations - Air Monitoring (Air Permit) 4. Environmental Monitoring Stations - Water Sites (Water Monitoring) 5. Environmental Monitoring Stations - Water Sites (Water Permits) 6. Environmental Monitoring Stations - Water Sites (Well) 7. Environmental Monitoring Stations - Water Sites (Observation Well) 8. Environmental Monitoring Stations - Water Sites (Spring)
The spatial representation for a Tree Farm Licence Schedule A, which is private land or timber owned by the Tree Farm licence holder that is part of the Established Tree Farm Licence. These private lands can be inside or outside the main body of the Tree Farm Licence For further information on Tree Farm Licenses please visit this website: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content?id=A93E6DFD8C164AD19CD17880450289A3
Contains all primary and secondary matches between 1:20K and 1:50K waterbody polygons. This attribute table links the new Freshwater Atlas watershed codes with the existing 1:50K Watershed Atlas watershed codes for cross reference purposes
Flow network arcs (observed, inferred and constructed). Contains no banks, coast or watershed bourdary arcs. Directionalized and connected. Contains heirarchial key and route identifier
This dataset displays aquifers with water allocation notations on them. This dataset is updated daily.
A Drainage Appliance is an apparatus (that has not been described as a culvert), or earth works, designed to facilitate the movement of water in a controlled manner. Drainage Appliance include some appliances/earth works that work in conjunction with culverts. It is a Point feature
Licensees who hold Forest Stewardship Plan agreements
Watershed polygons of Third Order and greater based on the Strahler Stream Order classification method and the 1:50,000 scale Canadian National Topographic Series of maps.
TACROWNPERMITSSVW contains the spatial representation (polygon) of active and applied for Land Act Permits. Land Act Permits grant the right to carry out specific activity(s) for a short term, but do not allow for the construction of permanent improvements on the land. The view was created to provide a simplified presentation of this single tenure type from the disposition information in the Tantalis operational system. The same content could be derived from the TACROWNTENURESSVW by filtering to this tenure type only
Modeled data showing the likely distribution of California sealions. CRIMS is a legacy dataset of BC coastal resource data that was acquired in a systematic and synoptic manner from 1979 and was intermittently updated throughout the years. Resource information was collected in nine study areas using a peer-reviewed provincial Resource Information Standards Committee consisting of DFO Fishery Officers, First Nations, and other subject matter experts. There are currently no plans to update this legacy data.