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The dataset contains projects that are currently, or have been, subject to environmental assessment review. Attributes include the status of the review, descriptions of the project, the project type, project contact information, and documented related to the project. This layer consists of points themed two ways a. Project Status - This theme consists of four layers that reflect the potential status of a given EA review process - pre-application, application review, completed, and withdrawn. b. Project Sector - This theme consists of eight layers that reflect the potential sectors of projects under review - Transportation, Mining, Energy, Water, Waste, Tourism and Recreation, Industrial, and Other
Users can easily toggle between traditional map backgrounds and high- resolution imagery, or choose to overlay the topographic information with the imagery. Data features include: * roads * trails * lakes * rivers * wooded areas * wetlands * provincial parks * municipal, township and other administrative boundaries
These maps are available for the Far North Land Use Planning Area at 2 scales (1:100,000 and 1:250,000). The maps were created as a resource for community-based Land Use Planning in the Far North of Ontario.
Prior to January 1, 2008, fishing divisions were administrative units to manage, monitor, assess and regulate recreational fisheries. Each zone was based on angler usage and ecological/geographic patterns. Refer to [Fisheries Management Zone for boundaries after 2008](/dataset/fisheries-management-zone).
This polygon data set contains the geographic boundaries of where meat inspection occurs across Southern Ontario.
First vertical derivative of the magnetic field, Aeromagnetic Survey of the Scroggie Creek and Wolverine Creek Areas, NTS 115O/6 and part of 115O/7
First vertical derivative of the magnetic field, Aeromagnetic Survey of the Scroggie Creek and Wolverine Creek Areas, NTS 115P/12 and part of 115P/11
This CD-ROM contains digital data files that were assembled or created from the 2002 Glenlyon component of the Targeted Geoscience Initiative (TGI) project. All data is provided in formats easily explored using widely available free softwares, which are distributed on this CD. Features of the CD include GIS spatial data of bedrock and surficial geology, generalized background topography and georeferenced geophysical and satellite raster images. Interactive map projects to allow viewing and querying of the spatial data using a variety of common GIS software (ArcExplorer 2.0, ArcView 3.x, ArcMap 8.x, and MapInfo) Databases of field observations (bedrock and surficial geology) Publications relevant to the study area, including open file maps, and a collection of reports from the Yukon Exploration and Geology (YEG) series A photo gallery to illustrate representative rock units and surficial geology features Free softwares (Adobe Acrobat Reader 5 and ESRI ArcExplorer 2) for viewing publications and interactive maps. Navigation to the features described above is through a user-friendly interface which launches upon loading of the CD. All features can also be accessed through Microsoft Explorer.
This high sensitivity aeromagnetic survey was carried out by Goldak Airborne Surveys (Goldak) on behalf of the Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) between January 25th and March 26th, 2011. Aircraft equipment operated included three cesium vapour magnetometers, a GPS real-time and post-corrected differential positioning system, a flight path recovery camera, VHS titling and recording system, as well as radar and barometric altimeters. All data were recorded digitally in GEDAS binary file format. Reference ground equipment included two GEM Systems GSM-19W Overhauser magnetometers and a Novatel 12 channel GPS base station which was set up at the base of operations for differential post-flight corrections. Eighty two flights (including test and calibration sorties) were required to complete the survey block. A total of 37,999 line kilometres of high resolution magnetic data were collected, processed and plotted. The traverse lines were flown at a spacing of 400 metres with control lines flown at a separation of 2400 metres. Nominal terrain clearance was specified at 100 metres above ground.
This map of the first vertical derivative of the magnetic field was derived from data acquired during an aeromagnetic survey carried out by EON Geosciences Inc. in the period between April 10, 2009 and September 16, 2009. The data were recorded using split-beam cesium vapour magnetometers (sensitivity = 0.005 nT) mounted in each of the tail booms of a Piper Navajo and a Cessna 206 aircraft. The nominal traverse and control line spacings were, respectively, 800 m and 2 400 m, and the aircraft flew at a nominal terrain clearance of 250 m. Traverse lines were oriented N90?E with orthogonal control lines. The flight path was recovered following post-flight differential corrections to the raw Global Positioning System data and inspection of ground images recorded by a vertically-mounted video camera. The survey was flown on a pre-determined flight surface to minimize differences in magnetic values at the intersections of control and traverse lines. These differences were computer-analysed to obtain a mutually levelled set of flight-line magnetic data. The levelled values were then interpolated to a 200 m grid. The International Geomagnetic Reference Field (IGRF) was not removed from the total magnetic field.