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  • The VMap1 collection is a legacy product that is no longer supported. It may not meet current government standards. VMap1 is a vector digital topographic reference product developed by Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) and The Department of National Defence (DND). VMap1 complies with international military specifications vector map, level 1. There are 24 VMap1 libraries covering the Canadian territory. The National Topographic Data Base (NTDB) at scale of 1:250 000 is the main source used to populate the Canadian VMap1 Libraries. Administrative Boundaries from Statistics Canada are used to add international borders, provincial and Indian reserve limits. NRCan paper maps at scale of 1:250 000 and the information in the Canadian Geographical Names Data Base (CGNDB) are used to capture the names. The JOG (Joint Operations Graphic) paper maps were used by DND for the production of libraries 37, 38 and 66. Topographic features mainly from the NTDB have not been updated. VMap1 is published once and no product revision is planned.

  • This group of maps, which includes the CanMatrix and CanTopo collections, is now a legacy product that is no longer maintained. It may not meet current government standards. Natural Resources Canada's (NRCan) topographic raster maps provide a representation of the topographic phenomena of the Canadian landmass. Several editions of paper maps have been produced over time in order to offer improved products compared to their predecessors in terms of quality and the most up to date information possible. The georeferenced maps can be used in a Geographic Information System (GIS). In all cases, they accurately represent the topographical data available for the date indicated (validity date). The combination of CanMatrix and CanTopo data provides complete national coverage. • CanMatrix - Print Ready: Raster maps produced by scanning topographic maps at scales from 1:25 000 to 1:1 000 000. This product is not georeferenced. Validity dates: 1944 to 2005 (1980 on average). Available formats: PDF and TIFF • CanMatrix - Georeferenced: Raster maps produced by scanning topographic maps at scales of 1:50 000 and 1:250 000. These maps are georeferenced according to the 1983 North American Reference System (NAD 83). Validity dates: 1944 to 2005 (1980 on average). Available format: GeoTIFF • CanTopo: Digital raster maps produced mainly from the GeoBase initiative, NRCan digital topographic data, and other sources. Approximately 2,234 datasets (maps) at scale of 1:50 000, primarily covering northern Canada, are available. CanTopo datasets in GeoPDF and GeoTIFF format are georeferenced according to the 1983 North American Reference System (NAD 83). Validity dates: 1946 to 2012 (2007 on average). Available formats: PDF, GeoPDF, TIFF and GeoTIFF

  • EuroRegionalMap is a Pan-European multi-functional topographic vector dataset at scale 1: 250000, that is seamless and harmonized across boundaries. It is produced in cooperation with the National Mapping Agencies of the participating countries using official national databases. The dataset covers 36 countries and is designed for business use. It enables you to process comprehensive spatial analysis. Transport and water networks have full connectivity and administrative boundaries are topologically consistent. The National Database (IS 50V at 1:50 000 was used to update the datasets. There are some natural deviations from ERM topology rules and feature selection criteria for Icelandic ERM data.

  • GE.Jordarter 1:25 000-1:100 000 är en transformerad version av SGUs produkt Jordarter 1:25 000-1:100 000 i syfte att uppfylla Inspire dataspecifikation för tema Geologi genom kodning enligt GeoSciML 4.1. Informationen är förenklad dels när det gäller jordarternas indelning i litologiska enheter, dels när det gäller ingående polygonskikt med litologiska enheter. I denna version redovisas endast JG2 Grundlager, vilket innebär att evenuella underliggande lager eller överliggande tunna eller osammanhängande ytlager inte redovisas. Kartläggningen har skett med olika metoder, skiftande geografiskt underlag samt för presentationsskalor från 1:25 000 till 1:100 000. Detta gör att det finns stora skillnader i kvalitet inom produkten, både vad gäller lägesnoggrannhet och jordarternas indelning.

  • Jarðfræðikorti af Íslandi – 1 : 250.000 – Blað 1 til 9 [Geological Map of Iceland – 1 : 250.000 – Sheet 1 til 9]. Jarðfræðikorti af Íslandi er skipt niður í 9 kortblöð. Ólokið er gerð tveggja kortblaða, 4 og 8, og endurskoða þarf kortblöð 1 og 5. Jarðfræðikortin sýna stærstu drætti í jarðfræði landsins. Berggrunnur er flokkaður eftir aldri, gerð og samsetningu en jarðgrunnur er flokkaður í helstu myndanir frá ísaldarlokum til nútíma. Einnig sýnir kortið dreifingu gosstöðva frá ísöld og nútíma, jarðhita, berghlaup, stefnu jökulráka, strik og halla berglaga og fundarstaði steingervinga. [This map series consits of 9 map sheets. Sheet 4 and 8 are not published, sheet 1 and 5 need to be updated. The Geological Map of Iceland shows the main features of the bedrock geology. Formation are classified by age, type, and composition. Surfacial deposits are classified by Postglacial to Holocene age. The map also shows the distribution of Pleistocene and postglacial eruption sites, geothermics, landslides, moraines, strike and dip, and fossil localities.]

  • Heildarsafn skannaðra Íslandskorta í kvarðanum 1:250.000, svokölluð Aðalkort. Uppréttar GeoTIFF myndir sem varpað var úr VisIT hugbúnaðinum þegar kortin voru gefin út á diskum.

  • Útbreiðsla landsela (Phoca vitulina) og talningagögn 1980-2018. Útbreiðsla útsela (Halichoerus grypus) og talningagögn 1982-2017. [Seal haul-outs around Iceland]. Fjögur flákalög sem sýna kortlagningu 430 landselslátra á 93 talningasvæðum (ni_d25v_landselir_1980_2018_selalatur_fl, ni_d25v_landselir_1980_2018_talningarsvaedi_fl) og 86 útselslátra á 19 talningasvæðum (ni_d25v_utselir_1982_2017_selalautur_fl, ni_d25v_utselir_1982_2017_talningarsvaedi_fl). Talningagögn segja til um fjölda sela á hverju talningasvæði. Selir eru taldir á nokkurra ára fresti og gefur ágæta mynd af breytingum í stofnstærð og umfangi selalátra. Landselir eru taldir síðsumars en útselir að hausti. Nánari skýringar á aðferðum við selatalningar og stofnmat er að finna í Fjölriti 56. Látur eru strandsvæði sem selir leita á til að kæpa, sinna uppeldi kópa, hafa feldskipti og hvílast. Orðið selalátur vísar hér til smæstu samfelldu spildanna þar sem selir halda til. Talningasvæði er aftur á móti víðtækara safnheiti sem oftast nær yfir mörg smærri selalátur. Nákvæmni kortlagningu selalátra miðast við mælikvarða 1:25.000, en nákvæmni talningasvæða er um 1:250.000. [General overview of the seal haul-out locations around Iceland for harbour seals (Phoca vitulina) and grey seals (Halichoerus grypus). The harbour seal population has been monitored with direct counts (aerial censuses) since 1980 and the grey seal population since 1982. Both feature classes 'latur' show the haul-outs (Icelandic: látur) for each species. The haul-outs are grouped into counting zones (Icelandic: talningarsvæði) and both feature classes 'talningarsvaedi' show the associated population counts.] .