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The Base Hydrography Single Line Hydrography Network (SLNET) is the Alberta Environment and Parks base SLNET data set. It is an update of the Base Features HydroSLNET in Southern Alberta from orthophoto and various sources of provincial base data. It contains all captured single line representations of hydrographic features. In addition, single line representations of polygonal features and single line arbitrary network connectors are in the file.
Base Waterbody Polygon Update is the Alberta Environment and Parks base hydrography polygon dataset, it is an updated of the Base Features Hydro Polygons in Southern Alberta from orthophoto and various sources of provincial base data.
A list of Ontario courthouses and their latitude and longitude coordinates.
All bridges in Ontario are inspected every 2 years using the Ontario Structure Inspection Manual (OSIM) format. The weighted condition of all elements is summarized in the Bridge Condition Index (BCI). More details about the BCI can be found on [the Bridge Safety page](http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/highway-bridges/ontario-bridges.shtml) on the Ministry of Transportation website. Bridges that were recently constructed or recently transferred to the Ministry of Transportation may not have been inspected in OSIM format yet. *[OSIM]: Ontario Structure Inspection Manual *[BCI]: Bridge Condition Index
Data collected between 2005 to 2007, 3% of sample collected in 2005, 51% in 2006 and 46% in 2007. This dataset contains a compilation of data collected from different sources. **VOG 06/** **VOG** **08 (Value of Goods)** : The data is derived from the information collected in the 2006 Ontario Commercial Vehicle Survey. This survey is a roadside intercept survey of truck drivers, which collects information about the trip, commodity and the vehicle. The survey primarily captures intercity trucking activity and under-represents truck flows in urban areas. The value of goods provided in this table is derived from the Commercial Vehicle Survey, but factored up to represent the overall trucking activity on the network segment for 2006 and 2008. **AADTT 2006 and ****AADTT** **2008:** The data is derived from the Ministry of Transportation's (MTO) inventory of annual traffic data for the Provincial Highways. The commercial volumes are first calculated using the AADT and the Commercial Percentage values for each traffic segment. These values are then adjusted to remove variations between segments caused by fluctuations in AADT. The volume given for each direction is one-half of the total value. MTO does not maintain volume by direction. For freeway segments with core/collector configuration, the total volume is divided into four equal portions and assigned to each stream. **Hourly Truck Volumes ( WD00-23 and WN00-23): ** These fields contain estimates of average hourly volumes for a typical weekday and weekend day. The estimates are based on observed hourly distribution at more than 100 directional Commercial Vehicle Survey sites across the province, **AADTT** and other information. **RD _NAME:** Name of the road **VOG** **06:** 2006 average daily value of goods assigned to road network link by directions. **VOG** **08:** 2008 average daily value of goods assigned to road network link by directions. **AADTT** **2006:** 2006 Annual Average Daily Truck Traffic; it is the truck volume assigned to road network link by directions. **AADTT** **2008:** 2008 Annual Average Daily Truck Traffic; it is the truck volume assigned to road network link by directions. **WD** **00-23:** 2008 Weekday ( **WD** ) hourly truck volume; 00 - 23 represents starting hour of the day (e.g. 12 represents 12 P.M. - 1 P.M.). **WN** **00-23:** 2008 Weekend ( **WN** ) hourly truck volume; 00 - 23 represents starting hour of the day (e.g. 12 represents 12 P.M. - 1 P.M.). *[ WD]: Week day *[VOG]: Value of Goods *[AADTT]: Annual Average Daily Truck Traffic *[WN]: Week end *[RD]: Road *[WD]: Week day *[MTO]: Ministry of Transportation *[AADT]: Annual Average Daily Traffic
This index identifies project areas on provincial highways where aerial photography and photogrammetric mapping has been collected.
Service to Québec 9-1-1 emergency centres is based on the administrative boundaries of municipalities and unorganized territories of the RCMs. The service includes the name of the territorial entity, its geographic code and the 9-1-1 emergency centre serving it. This service is based on agreements between territorial entities and 9-1-1 emergency centres. Purpose: Service of 9-1-1 emergency centres provides continuous information on municipalities and the 9-1-1 emergency centre with whom they have agreements regarding the management of their emergency calls. Important: this service cannot be used for field operations. **This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**
The Standardized Precipitation Index (SPI) was generated for certain Environment Canada long-term climate stations in Ontario. The SPI quantifies the precipitation deficit and surplus for multiple time scales , including: * one month * three months * six months * nine months * 12 months * 24 months You can use the SPI to study the impact of dry and wet weather conditions to create comprehensive water management approaches. The SPI data package is distributed as a Microsoft Access Geodatabase. __This is a legacy dataset that we no longer maintain or support.__ The documents referenced in this record may contain URLs (links) that were valid when published, but now link to sites or pages that no longer exist.
The Ontario Classified Point Cloud (Imagery-Derived) is a classified elevation point cloud based on aerial photography. The point cloud is structured in non-overlapping 1 km by 1 km tiles in a compressed format. The following classification codes are applied to the data: * unclassified * ground * low noise This data is for geospatial tech specialists, and is used by government, municipalities, conservation authorities and the private sector for land use planning and environmental analysis.
This Ontario Hydro Network (OHN) small scale dataset is intended for cartographic and web mapping display purposes, not for analytical work. Small scale waterbody, watercourse and shoreline data is available at the following seven scales: * 1:100,000 * 1:200,000 * 1:500,000 * 1:1,000,000 * 1:2,000,000 * 1:5,000,000 * 1:10,000,000 Search the [Land Information Ontario (LIO) Warehouse OHN Products Composite File Geodatabase](https://geohub.lio.gov.on.ca/datasets/land-information-ontario-lio-warehouse-ontario-hydro-network-ohn-products-composite-file-geodatabase) to download a file geodatabase of all the OHN’s publicly available (Open) derivative cartographic products taken from the LIO Warehouse on a bi-weekly basis.