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    This site provides an overview of research facilities in Yukon government that Yukon manages and/or provides funding or in-kind support to nine research facilities in Yukon. Government of Yukon's research facilities joined the Canadian Network of No

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    A shapefile showing the locations and harvest methods of proposed harvest plans on Crown land in Nova Scotia. Link to SHP file: https://nsgi.novascotia.ca/WSF_DDS/DDS.svc/DownloadFile?tkey=fhrTtdnDvfytwLz6&id=183

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    Welcome to the Elections NWT Online Map Viewer. The Online Map Viewer uses the boundaries that will be in effect for the 2023 Territorial General Election

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    Spatial Data Warehouse (SDW)

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    This dataset contains a list of drainage superintendents who are appointed by the local municipality to manage drains constructed under the [Drainage Act, 1990](https://www.ontario.ca/laws/statute/90d17). Drainage superintendents are businesses or individuals that represent the local municipality to assist landowners to resolve their drainage concerns using the Ontario Drainage Act, 1990. This list is maintained by the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA) and includes municipality names, addresses telephone numbers, and superintendent contact information. This list is updated annually or as required throughout the year. More information about the work of drainage superintendents can be found at [Drainage Superintendents Association of Ontario (DSAO)](https://www.dsao.net/).

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    Web map of Manitoba's forest boundaries in 2021. This web map is used within Manitoba's Five Year Report on the Status of Forestry, 2016 - 2021 story map. Web map of Manitoba's forest boundaries in 2021. This web map is used within Manitoba's Five Year Report on the Status of Forestry, 2016 - 2021 story map.  The forest boundaries included represent forest sections, forest management units, provincial forests and forest management license areas.

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    Saskatchewan Highway Network map contains current Highway Network layer with highway classification based on varied criteria

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    The Forest Management in Canada, 2017 story map provides an interactive generalized classification of forest management in Canada. Forests cover large areas of Canada but only some of these forests are actively managed. The 2017 Map of Forest Management in Canada provides a generalized classification of forest management in Canada, including: protected areas Treaty/Settlement Lands (including Treaty Lands identified in final agreements, land claim agreements and settlements) Indian reserves other federal reserves (including military training areas) provincial and territorial reserves and restricted use areas private lands long-term tenure areas short-term tenure areas other The Map of Forest Management in Canada dataset provides a wall-to-wall classification of lands in Canada in 2017. It does not differentiate areas of forest from non-forest. The 2017 Map of Forest Management in Canada differs from maps defining the area designated as “managed forest” for greenhouse gas inventory reporting purposes and does not replace those maps. Instead, the Map of Forest Management in Canada shows areas that are currently managed, as of June 2017, and provides generalized management type classification for those areas. Collaborating agencies plan to update the dataset periodically as needed, and remain open to receiving advice from experts concerning refinement priorities for future versions.Source: This application shows forest management in Canada areas, as of June 2017, and includes data provided by Alberta Agriculture and Forestry; British Columbia Ministry of Forests; Manitoba Sustainable Development; Natural Resources Canada; New Brunswick Department of Energy and Resource Development; Newfoundland & Labrador Department of Fisheries and Land Resources; Northwest Territories Department of Environment and Natural Resources; Nova Scotia Department of Lands and Forestry; Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry; Prince Edward Island Department of Communities, Land & Environment; Québec Ministère des Forêts, de la Faune et des Parcs; Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment; and Yukon Energy, Mines and Resources.·       This main story map application includes the following Forest Management in Canada web maps and web apps:  Forest Management in Canada Classification Map, 2017 Water Map (Managed Forest Code 100) Protected Map (Managed Forest Code 20) Treaty/Settlement Map (Managed Forest Code 40) Federal Reserve Map (Managed Forest Code 31) Indian Reserve Map (Managed Forest Code 32) Restricted Map (Managed Forest Code 33) Private Map (Managed Forest Code 50) Long-Term Tenure Map (Managed Forest Code 11) Short-Term Tenure Map (Managed Forest Code 12) Other Map (Managed Forest Code 13) Canada’s Forested Areas Classification Map, 2017 Canada’s Forest Management Classification Web App, 2017 Canada’s Forest Management Classification and Treed Areas Web App (Simplified) Canada’s Forest Management Classification and Treed Areas Web App 

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    The lightweight web app shows the locations of several river and lake stations where water levels and/or flow data are collected in Manitoba. The web map shows the locations of several river and lake stations where water levels and/or flow data are collected. When you click on a location on this map, a pop-up box will appear.  The pop-up box contains various water level and/or flow data, as well as forecast information. Please note these conditions regarding the information contained in the pop-up boxes:The information on this map is updated daily at 1:00 pm during the spring runoff period, based on water levels and flows collected earlier in the morning.  The water levels and flows should be considered preliminary data as they could be affected by ice, wind, or monitoring equipment malfunctions. While the department undertakes due diligence in utilizing this data, final quality control checked data is published by Water Survey of Canada, our main data provider, after the spring runoff.  Forecasted peak information is the most recent data available. Forecasts are evaluated daily and any updates are included in the Daily Flood Sheets and the Flood Report; both of these are available on the Manitoba Flood Forecast website. If the updated forecasts will not be available until later in the afternoon, the forecasted peak information in the pop-up boxes will be from yesterday’s Daily Flood Sheets.Pop-up boxes include the following information: Station Name: station name where the water level and/or flow data are collected Station ID: unique identifier for the station Flood Alert: indicates if the current water level is over the flood stage, over the river bank but below the flood stage, or below the river bank.  Last Update: date that water level and/or flow data was collected  Flow: measured or calculated flow in cubic feet per second  Level: measured water level in feet  Forecasted Flow: the forecasted peak flow in cubic feet per second Forecasted Level: the water level at the forecasted peak in feet Peak Date: date when the peak is forecasted to occur Flood Stage (dike level) (ft): the water level (ft) at which flow overtops community flood protection dike-structures Bankfull Capacity - flow (cfs): the approximate flow (in cubic feet per second) when the water level is at the top of the bank  Bankfull Capacity - level (ft): the water level (in feet)  when the water is at the top of the bank Reference Years:  years when the peak water levels were similar to the forecasted peak water level this year“Flood Alert” definitions:  Flood Warning: A flood warning is issued when water levels are above or expected to be above channel capacity within the next 24 hours, resulting in minor to major flooding. Water is beyond the channel capacity and expected to flood adjacent areas, agricultural fields and/or infrastructure in the area.  High Water Advisory / Flood Watch: A high water advisory is issued when water levels are above seasonal levels. A High Water Advisory can be an early indicator for conditions that may develop into a Flood Watch. A flood watch is issued when water levels are nearing channel capacity, but not expected to reach channel capacity within the next 24 hours. Minor to no flooding is expected at these levels, but water may begin to overflow into nearby low-lying marshland, parkland or floodplain areas with little to no impact. A Flood Watch can be an early indicator for conditions that may develop into a Flood Warning.   Above Community Flood Protection Level: Water levels are above or projected to be above the community dike levels within 24 hours, causing major flooding.

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    Gross merchantable volume - softwood (GMVSWD) is an expression of merchantable stem softwood volume (m3) on a per-hectare basis. Available here as a raster (GeoTIF) with a 20 m pixel resolution. Download: Here The Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment, Forest Service Branch, has developed a forest resource inventory (FRI) which meets a variety of strategic and operational planning information needs for the boreal plains. Such needs include information on the general land cover, terrain, and growing stock (height, diameter, basal area, timber volume and stem density) within the provincial forest and adjacent forest fringe. This inventory provides spatially explicit information as 10 m or 20 m raster grids and as vectors polygons for relatively homogeneous forest stands or naturally non-forested areas with a 0.5 ha minimum area and a 2.0 ha median area.  Gross merchantable volume per hectare - softwood (GMVSWD) is an expression of merchantable softwood stem volume (m3) on a per-hectare basis. Calculations are made assuming a cut-to-length scenario, and including all stem wood from a 30 cm stump height to an 8 cm top diameter (inside bark), with a minimum bole length of 5.1 m and a minimum log length of 2.4 m for softwood. GMVSWD is available here as a color-mapped 16-bit unsigned integer raster grid in GeoTIFF format with a 20 m pixel resolution. An ArcGIS Pro layer file (*.lyrx) is supplied for viewing GMVSWD data in the following 50 m3/ha categories. Domain: [NULL, 0…1000]. RANGE LABEL RED GREEN BLUE 0 <= GMVSWD < 25 0 NA NA NA 25 <= GMVSWD < 75 50 63 81 181 75 <= GMVSWD < 125 100 66 101 160 125 <= GMVSWD < 175 150 68 121 138 175 <= GMVSWD < 225 200 71 140 117 225 <= GMVSWD < 275 250 74 160 96 275 <= GMVSWD < 325 300 85 178 79 325 <= GMVSWD < 375 350 123 191 74 375 <= GMVSWD < 425 400 161 203 70 425 <= GMVSWD < 475 450 198 216 66 475 <= GMVSWD < 525 500 236 229 61 525 <= GMVSWD < 575 550 255 226 53 575 <= GMVSWD < 625 600 255 209 40 625 <= GMVSWD < 675 650 255 191 28 675 <= GMVSWD < 725 700 255 174 16 725 <= GMVSWD < 775 750 255 156 3 775 <= GMVSWD < 825 800 253 139 9 825 <= GMVSWD < 875 850 251 121 20 875 <= GMVSWD < 925 900 249 103 31 925 <= GMVSWD < 975 950 246 85 43 975 <= GMVSWD <= 1000 1000 244 67 54For more information, see the Forest Inventory Standard of the Saskatchewan Environmental Code, Forest Inventory Chapter.