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    Location of street furniture (payment terminals and signs), regulations, pricing and time periods of street parking spaces in Montreal managed by the [Sustainable Mobility Agency] (https://www.agencemobilitedurable.ca/fr/informations/donnees-ouvertes.html). For the sake of consistency, the Sustainable Mobility Agency uses the Creative Commons CC-BY 4.0 international license, identical to that of the City of Montreal. On the other hand, you should **mention _Sustainable Mobility Agency_ as a data source**.**This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

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    The map data set includes the basic maps of the City. It is a representation of the territory of the city of Montreal on a large and medium scale (1:1000, 1:5000, etc.). The presentation of land use is composed of elements produced mainly by photogrammetry and complemented by various techniques, at specific dates. It is a geometric and conventional representation of Montreal's territory in 2D+1 (X, Y + altitude ratings or level curves). The main purposes of the basic mapping product are territorial planning and public consultation. The breakdown of the SQRC 1:1000 sheets is available [here] (/city-of-montreal/quadrillage-sqrc).**This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

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    As part of measure 2.6 of the 2013-2020 Climate Change Action Plan, the MELCC financed two projects specific to the St. Lawrence river section and aimed at supporting municipalities facing the risks of erosion and flooding. The team from the Marine Geosciences Laboratory of the Department of Geography at Laval University has set up an essential geospatial information base for assessing the risks associated with the erosion of the banks of the St. Lawrence river section. The user will be able to find there (i) the mapping of the classification of the shore (types of banks and their artificialization), (ii) the degradation conditions of artificial structures and (iii) the state of erosion of natural or artificial segments. The sectors most vulnerable to erosion have also been mapped and documented with image quality sheets. These sheets present the characteristics of the shoreline and the main natural (currents, ice, etc.) and human geomorphological processes (currents, ice, etc.) associated with bank erosion for these nerve sectors, in order to better represent local dynamics. The geospatial data associated with shoreline mapping, the quality sheets and the project report, which includes the description of the methodology and results, are available for download. The second project is led by Ouranos and aims to reduce the vulnerability to floods and erosion associated with climate change for communities bordering the St. Lawrence river section. The user will be able to consult two reports resulting from this project: a. Technical report on future trends in the main hydro-climatic factors that influence natural flood risks and bank erosion processes along the fluvial section of the St. Lawrence. The objectives of this report are to draw a portrait of these hazards, covering both the recent past and future projections (2050 and 2080). These factors range from large-scale phenomena, such as the spring flood of the St. Lawrence River or marine uplift, to local phenomena such as freeze-thaw processes that affect clay cliffs and microcliffs. b) Summary of the needs mentioned by the actors of the regional round tables (TCRs) to adapt shoreline communities to the risks of bank erosion and flooding. This report presents a portrait of the participants of the four workshops organized in the fall of 2018, the approach used for the consultation and a summary of the needs expressed. The lists of participants and the detailed reports of each workshop are also included in the annex to this document. The TCRs consulted during these workshops are those of Haut-Saint-Laurent — Greater Montreal, Lac Saint-Pierre, the fluvial estuary and the TCR of Quebec.**This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

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    * These mosaics are the result of an assembly of orthophotographs produced in spring 2022. Each image has been positioned geographically taking into account the effect of the relief. * These mosaics are the result of regional partnerships. Their download is free, as they were acquired under an open data license (Creative Commons 4.0). * The territory covers the MRCs of Antoine-Labelle, Argenteuil, the Laurentides, the Pays d'en Haut and the Rivière du Nord. * Two formats are available: JPEG 2000 associated with a division by regional county municipality (MRC). * The resolution Spatial is 20 cm. * The image type is natural color.**This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

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    This collection presents data associated with the following report: Cairns, D.K. 2020. Landings, abundance indicators, and biological data for a potential range-wide American eel stock assessment. Canadian Data Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Science. No. 1311: v + 180 pp. Much of the data collection is from the Atlantic Provinces of Canada, particularly the Southern Gulf of St. Lawrence. The collection also includes data from elsewhere in the American eel's range in Canada, and also the United States and the Caribbean Basin. Files in the collection are as follows. Cairns2020_AnnexA_ReportTables.xlsx: This Excel file (file size 756 kb) contains all 37 tables in Cairns (2020) exactly as they appear in the report. Cairns2020_AnnexB_EelLengthsAgesEfishingRecords.xlsx: This Excel file (file size 3.1 mb) contains 20,047 records of American eel lengths and other biological data from the Canadian Atlantic Provinces, 1983-2017. Records include weights of 8,915 eels and ages of 2,212 eels. Records of 3,224 electrofishing sessions in the Miramichi River, New Brunswick, 1952-2019, and records of 2,590 electrofishing sessions in the Restigouche River, New Brunswick, 1972-2019 are included. Cairns2020_AnnexC_EelLengthsAgesDataDefinitions.csv: This .csv file (file size 4 kb) gives data definitions in English and French for the table of eel lengths and other biological data that is contained in Cairns2020_AnnexB_EelLengthsAgesEfishingRecords.xlsx and in Cairns2020_AnnexD_EelLengthsAges.csv. Cairns2020_AnnexD_EelLengthsAges.csv: This file (file size 2.0 mb) presents in .csv format the table of eel lengths and other biological data that is also presented in Cairns2020_AnnexB_EelLengthsAgesEfishingRecords.xlsx. Cairns2020_AnnexE_EelEFishingDataDefinitions.csv: This .csv file (file size 2 kb) gives data definitions in English and French for the table of eel electrofishing data that is contained in Cairns2020_AnnexB_EelLengthsAgesEfishingRecords.xlsx and in Cairns2020_AnnexD_EelLengthsAges.csv. Cairns2020_AnnexF_EelEFishing.csv: This file (file size 314 kb) presents in .csv format the table of eel electrofishing data that is also presented in Cairns2020_AnnexB_EelLengthsAgesEfishingRecords.xlsx. Cairns2020_AnnexG_OtolithImageMetadata.csv: This .csv file (file size 2 kb) provides metadata for the collection of eel otolith images. Files with names starting with EelOtos . . . . : These .tif, .jpg, and .bmp image files are in zipped format with a summed size of 5.3 gb. The files give magnified photos of 1,838 eel otoliths that have been prepared for age reading. Samples are from the Atlantic Provinces of Canada. Individual otolith codes in Cairns2020_AnnexB_EelLengthsAgesEfishingRecords.xlsx and in Cairns2020_AnnexC_EelLengthsAgesDataDefinitions.csv match the codes embedded in otolith image filenames.

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    Contained within the 5th Edition (1978 to 1995) of the National Atlas of Canada has a large that shows the extent of permafrost and abundance of ground ice; mapping units are based on physiographic regions. Point data on map give permafrost temperature and thickness for specific sites. The second, smaller, map shows the mean annual ground temperatures. Graphs show four shallow temperature profiles (to 25 metres depth), and four deep temperature profiles (to several hundred metres depth).

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    # #Données related to the monitoring of the 2019 floods in Quebec __Attention: water extent data is a near real-time interpretation of satellite data; they were produced in operational mode and are provided as is without exhaustive validation. The product may contain errors, especially in urban areas.__ ## #Liste of available data: * the monitoring of flood and landslide events between April 14, 2019 and May 28, 2019 in geolocated points (web service and download), * municipalities affected by flood events between April 14, 2019 and May 28, 2019, updated in real time with the event layer (web service); * the boundaries of extent of open waters generated by Natural Resources Canada, derived from data Radarsat 2 satellites or other radar satellites and those generated by Dromedaire Géo-Innovations, derived from Sentinel satellite data (web service and download), * flood limits for the Chaudière River sector derived from heliborne data (web service and download) * satellite images in the visible and near infrared on the most severely affected areas (web service and download when possible). * acquired oblique images on April 29 on the Ottawa River and the greater region of Montreal as part of the National Aerial Surveillance Program (link to the application of the Federal Government Operations Center) All data are also available on an interactive map based on IGO2. ## #Note: Radarsat-2 satellite acquisitions are planned in collaboration with Natural Resources Canada. Access to radar satellites from other Canadian space agencies is possible thanks to the activation of the International Space and Major Disaster Charter. It is activated by Public Safety Canada. The images obtained via the international charter are processed by the emergency geomatics services of Natural Resources Canada as soon as possible and then the open water polygons are disseminated as open data on Data Canada and on Data Quebec. Other optical or radar acquisitions may have been obtained by the Ministry of Public Security (MSP) from private suppliers. The Sentinel-1 and Sentinel-2 acquisitions released in open data by the European Space Agency (ESA) were processed by the firm Dromadaire-Geo-Innovations.**This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

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    __The link: *Access the data directory* is available in the section*Dataset Description Sheets; Additional Information*__. Satellite image mosaics are products designed by combining several adjacent tiles of satellite images from the Landsat or Sentinel sensor. The coverage of the mosaics varies according to the years of acquisition, ranging from southern Quebec to all of Quebec. These mosaics are designed to identify land use classes, including forest environments, agricultural environments, wetlands, and environments modified by humans. They also offer an overview of the various natural disturbances that occur on the territory. In the end, they offer easy monitoring of the evolution of forest cover and natural disturbances across territory and time. These mosaics are primarily used to support planning, monitoring, and land use planning. The resolution of the mosaics ranges from 10 to 30 meters.**This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**