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  • Circumpolar basic map with transparency, combining topographic details from the Norwegian Mapping Authority and the Norwegian Polar Institute south to latitude X (southern France). It also includes map data from the other Arctic countries that is published via the Arctic Spatial Data Infrastructure (Arctic SDI). This map does not include place names and road names – these can be added using the circumpolar place name cache service.

  • Ocean currents Barents sea Coastal water: Surface currents in the Barents sea : Coastal, Atlantic and Arctic water, delivered by the Institute of Marine Research.

  • This file contains polygons delineating ecoterritories. The City of Montreal has identified 10 sectors, called ecoterritories, where the protection and enhancement of the natural spaces in it were considered a priority. These are vast territories of more than 15 hectares, grouping existing protected areas (large parks, nature reserves, etc.), urbanized areas as well as natural spaces still to be protected and enhanced. Ecoterritories were established by the Policy for the Protection and Development of Natural Environments (Ville de Montréal, 2004), and these are recognized in the Montreal Planning Plan. This update of the ecoterritories follows the adoption of the new Plan d'aménagement et de développement de l'agglomération de Montréal and its entry into force on April 1, 2015. http://ville.montreal.qc.ca/schema **This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

  • This dataset contains the plots of streams (stream, river) and major ditches in the metropolitan area of Montreal. Watercourses and ditch are the result of an analysis of aerial photos and/or field visits and/or specific ecological studies. These are constantly updated according to the advancement of local knowledge. These data remain indicative, as some watercourses and ditch have not been validated in the field. **This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

  • Ocean currents Barents sea Polar front : Surface currents in the Barents sea : Polar front, Coastal, Atlantic and Arctic water, delivered by the Institute of Marine Research.

  • Ocean currents Barents sea Atlantic water: Surface currents in the Barents sea : Coastal, Atlantic and Arctic water, delivered by the Institute of Marine Research.

  • This dataset contains polygons delineating the natural wastelands of the Greater Montreal area. Brownfield boundaries and type are the result of an analysis of aerial photos and/or field visits and/or specific ecological studies. These are constantly updated according to the advancement of local knowledge. Some types and their limits may therefore be imprecise. **This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

  • This dataset contains polygons delineating wetlands in the metropolitan area of Montreal. Wetland boundaries and composition are the result of aerial photo analysis and/or field visits and/or specific ecological studies. These are continually updated according to the advancement of knowledge in the community. These data remain indicative as some wetlands have not been validated in the field. **This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

  • Ocean currents Barents sea Arctic water: Surface currents in the Barents sea : Coastal, Atlantic and Arctic water, delivered by the Institute of Marine Research.