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  • An accumulated value of heat degrees that the average temperature is above a specified threshold, 10°C for warm season crops. This condition must be maintained for at least 5 consecutive days in order for EGDD to be accumulated (egdd_warm). Week 1 and week 2 forecasted index is available daily from April 1 to October 31. Week 3 and week 4 forecasted index is available weekly (Thursday) from April 1 to October 31. Cumulative heat-energy satisfies the essential requirement of field crop growth and development towards a high yield and good quality of agricultural crop products. Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) and Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) have together developed a suite of extreme agrometeorological indices based on four main categories of weather factors: temperature, precipitation, heat, and wind. The extreme weather indices are intended as short-term prediction tools and generated using ECCC’s medium range forecasts to create a weekly index product on a daily and weekly basis.

  • The dataset contains approved legal boundaries for fisheries sensitive watersheds. A FSW is a mapped area with specific management objectives intended to guide development activities which may adversely impact important fish values

  • This is a spatial layer showing Ministry of Forests Map Notation Lines. These are the linear spatial representation for a notation on the Forest Atlas which records the area of interest of other government agencies and individuals

  • The dataset contains approved legal boundaries for ungulate winter range and specified areas for ungulate species.

  • A spatial representation of the Map Blocks for Timber Licences

  • The Government of Canada continues to strive to be ever more open and transparent. This means a government that is open by default providing better digital capacity and services for Canadians. Under a modernized Fisheries Act, DFO is committed to building an online Fisheries Act (FA) Registry that facilitates access to data and information, including geospatial data, about projects as well as regulatory process information. As a first step, the Department is releasing information on authorizations that have been issued since August 2019 pursuant to the fish and fish habitat protection provisions of the Fisheries Act on the Open Data Portal. This captures authorizations issued since the coming into force of these amended provisions. The FA Registry will feature a searchable geospatial dataset published on Open Maps. On Open Maps, people in Canada will be able to find and visualize data on a map. Open Maps forms part of a commitment to improve the user experience of the Fisheries Act Registry. Fisheries and Oceans Canada will be undertaking continuous development of the Fisheries Act Registry.

  • DEPRECATED: Province-wide SDE spatial layer displaying water licence points of diversion joined with licence information. This layer contains a record for each water licence on each Point of Diversion that exists in the province (each Point of Diversion can have multiple licences). For each record, some basic information about the water licence is included. This dataset has been replaced by: Water Rights Licences: [WHSE_WATER_MANAGEMENT.WLS_WATER_RIGHTS_LICENCES_SV](https://catalogue.data.gov.bc.ca/dataset/5549cae0-c2b1-4b96-9777-529d9720803c) Water Rights Licences - Internal: [WHSE_WATER_MANAGEMENT.WLS_WATER_RIGHTS_LICENCES_SP](https://catalogue.data.gov.bc.ca/dataset/c0491e4d-9961-47c8-aa9b-98e29b1a9251) Water Rights Applications: [WHSE_WATER_MANAGEMENT.WLS_WATER_RIGHTS_APPLICTNS_SV] (https://catalogue.data.gov.bc.ca/dataset/f3a53d7f-da09-4726-ac83-f0032e4bd490) Water Rights Applications - Internal: [WHSE_WATER_MANAGEMENT.WLS_WATER_RIGHTS_APPLICTNS_SP] (https://catalogue.data.gov.bc.ca/dataset/723e86f9-738f-4d2c-b18d-1ebe7a1dd7b5)

  • Precipitation (moisture availability) establishes the economic yield potential and product quality of field crops. Both dry and wet precipitation extremes have the ability to inhibit proper crop growth. The maximum daily precipitation index covers the risk of excessive precipitation in the short term, while the other indices pertain to longer term moisture availability. Agriculture is an important primary production sector in Canada. Agricultural production, profitability, sustainability and food security depend on many agrometeorological factors. Extreme weather events in Canada, such as drought, floods, heat waves, frosts and high intensity storms, have the ability to significantly impact field crop production. Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) and Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) have together developed a suite of extreme agrometeorological indices based on four main categories of weather factors: temperature, precipitation, heat, and wind. The extreme weather indices are intended as short-term prediction tools and generated using ECCC’s medium range forecasts to create a weekly index product on a daily basis.

  • The probability of maximum wind above 50km/h (mdws50_prob). Week 1 and week 2 forecasted probability is available daily from September 1 to August 31. Week 3 and week 4 forecasted probability is available weekly (Thursday) from September 1 to August 31. Winds can significantly influence crop growth and yield mainly due to mechanical damage of plant vegetative and reproductive organs, an imbalance of plant-soil-atmosphere water relationships, and pest and disease distributions in agricultural fields. The maximum wind speed and the number of strong wind days over the forecast period represent short term and extended strong wind events respectively. Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) and Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) have together developed a suite of extreme agrometeorological indices based on four main categories of weather factors: temperature, precipitation, heat, and wind. The extreme weather indices are intended as short-term prediction tools and generated using ECCC’s medium range forecasts to create a weekly index product on a daily and weekly basis.

  • The Probability (likelihood) of cool wave days for warm season crops occurring. Cool Wave Days are the number of days in the forecast period with a minimum temperature below the cardinal minimum temperature, the lowest temperature at which crop growth will begin (dcw_warm_prob). This temperature is 10°C for warm season crops. Week 1 and week 2 forecasted probability is available daily from April 1 to October 31. Week 3 and week 4 forecasted probability is available weekly (Thursday) from April 1 to October 31. Warm season crops require a relatively warm temperature condition. Typical examples include bean, soybean, corn and sweet potato. They normally grow during the summer season and early fall, then ripen in late fall in southern Canada only. Other agricultural regions in Canada do not always experience sufficiently long growing seasons for these plants to achieve maturity. The optimum temperature for such crops is 30°C. Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) and Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) have together developed a suite of extreme agrometeorological indices based on four main categories of weather factors: temperature, precipitation, heat, and wind. The extreme weather indices are intended as short-term prediction tools and generated using ECCC’s medium range forecasts to create a weekly index product on a daily and weekly basis.