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    Multi-Agency Ground Plot (MAGPlot) database is a Canadian forest ground-plot data repository. Different agencies, including National Forest Inventory (NFI) and 12 Canadian jurisdictions (AB, BC, MB, NB, NL, NS, NT, ON, PE, QC, SK, and YT), contributed forest ground plot datasets in their original format into MAGPlot. The datasets delivered to us were quality controlled, standardized, and harmonized, and integrated into a single, centralized, and analysis-ready format database. The current version (MAGPlot_v1) uses the historical and most up-to-date measurements provided by the collaborators. Several datasets are excluded from this release due to pending agreements and ongoing processing, these include Manitoba, Newfoundland, Saskatchewan and Nova Scotia. The standardized and harmonized dataset were presented in eight different data tables (four sites and four trees’ measurements tables) in a relational database schema. Sites’ related tables include information pertaining to sites’ geographical locations, treatments, and disturbances while trees’ information contain information related to measured tree attributes, including trees’ biophysical parameters, tree growth, species, status, and health conditions. While all contributors provided large and small tree plot measurements, only NFI, AB, MB and SK provided regeneration plot measurements. MAGPlot’s main objective is to present the data in a findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable format for a pan-Canadian forest research. The future versions are expected to include more tables, new attributes, updated and/or new measurements. MAGPlot_v1 is hosted on the Canadian Council of Forest Ministers’ data portal, the National Forest Information System (http://nfis.org).

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    Multi-Agency Ground Plot (MAGPlot) database is a Canadian forest ground-plot data repository. Different agencies, including National Forest Inventory (NFI) and 12 Canadian jurisdictions (AB, BC, MB, NB, NL, NS, NT, ON, PE, QC, SK, and YT), contributed forest ground plot datasets in their original format into MAGPlot. The datasets delivered to us were quality controlled, standardized, and harmonized, and integrated into a single, centralized, and analysis-ready format database. The current version (MAGPlot_v1) uses the historical and most up-to-date measurements provided by the collaborators. Several datasets are excluded from this release due to pending agreements and ongoing processing, these include Manitoba, Newfoundland, Saskatchewan and Nova Scotia. Several datasets are excluded from this release due to pending agreements and ongoing processing, these include Manitoba, Newfoundland, Saskatchewan and Nova Scotia.The standardized and harmonized dataset were presented in eight different data tables (four sites and four trees’ measurements tables) in a relational database schema. Sites’ related tables include information pertaining to sites’ geographical locations, treatments, and disturbances while trees’ information contain information related to measured tree attributes, including trees’ biophysical parameters, tree growth, species, status, and health conditions. While all contributors provided large and small tree plot measurements, only NFI, AB, MB and SK provided regeneration plot measurements. MAGPlot’s main objective is to present the data in a findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable format for a pan-Canadian forest research. The future versions are expected to include more tables, new attributes, updated and/or new measurements. MAGPlot_v1 is hosted on the Canadian Council of Forest Ministers’ data portal, the National Forest Information System (http://nfis.org).

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    This mosaic is calculated over the North American domain with a horizontal spatial resolution of 1 km. This mosaic therefore includes all the Canadian and American radars available in the network and which can reach a maximum of 180 contributing radars. To better represent precipitation over the different seasons, this mosaic renders in mm/h to represent rain and in cm/h to represent snow. For the two precipitation types (rain and snow), we use two different mathematical relationships to convert the reflectivity by rainfall rates (mm/h rain cm/h for snow). This is a hybrid mosaic composed of different estimation precipitation products : PRECIP-ET product used only for C-Band radars (which are in the process of being replaced with S-Band radars) and DPQPE (Dual-Pol Quantitative Precipitation Estimation) for S-Band radars. For the US Nexrad radars, ECCC uses the most similar product from the US Meteorological Service (NOAA). This product displays radar reflectivity converted into precipitation rates, using the same formulas as the Canadian radars.

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    The Canadian Gravity Anomaly Data Base consists of approximately 660 000 gravity observations, including 165 000 on land, acquired between 1944 and the present. The data spacing ranges from less than 1 km to over 20 km, with an average spacing between 5 and 10 km. All measurements were reduced to the IGSN71 datum. Theoretical gravity values were calculated from the Geodetic Reference System 1967 (GRS67) gravity formula. Bouguer anomalies were calculated using a vertical gravity gradient of 0.3086 mGal·m-1 and a crustal density of 2 670 kg·m-3.

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    This service provides a compilation of Electronic Navigational Charts (ENC) produced by the Canadian Hydrographic Service. All information provided by this service conforms to the International Hydrographic Organization (IHO) Publication S-57. An ENC contains all the chart information useful for navigation, and may contain supplementary information in addition to that contained in the paper chart. This service is not for navigation.

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    Multi-Agency Ground Plot (MAGPlot) database is a Canadian forest ground-plot data repository. Different agencies, including National Forest Inventory (NFI) and 12 Canadian jurisdictions (AB, BC, MB, NB, NL, NS, NT, ON, PE, QC, SK, and YT), contributed forest ground plot datasets in their original format into MAGPlot. The datasets delivered to us were quality controlled, standardized, and harmonized, and integrated into a single, centralized, and analysis-ready format database. The current version (MAGPlot_v1) uses the historical and most up-to-date measurements provided by the collaborators. Several datasets are excluded from this release due to pending agreements and ongoing processing, these include Manitoba, Newfoundland, Saskatchewan and Nova Scotia. The standardized and harmonized dataset were presented in eight different data tables (four sites and four trees’ measurements tables) in a relational database schema. Sites’ related tables include information pertaining to sites’ geographical locations, treatments, and disturbances while trees’ information contain information related to measured tree attributes, including trees’ biophysical parameters, tree growth, species, status, and health conditions. While all contributors provided large and small tree plot measurements, only NFI, AB, MB and SK provided regeneration plot measurements. MAGPlot’s main objective is to present the data in a findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable format for a pan-Canadian forest research. The future versions are expected to include more tables, new attributes, updated and/or new measurements. MAGPlot_v1 is hosted on the Canadian Council of Forest Ministers’ data portal, the National Forest Information System (http://nfis.org).

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    This service provides routeing measures. These include established (mandatory) direction of traffic flow, recommended direction of traffic flow, separation lines, separation zones, limits of restricted routeing measure, limits of routeing measures, precautionary areas, archipelagic sea lanes (axis line and limit beyond which vessels shall not navigate) and fairways designated by regulatory authority.

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    Canada's National Forest Inventory ground plots are a stratified random sample of select Canadian terrestrial ecozones. Ground plots are remeasured periodically. Data from ground plots include field measurements, compiled attributes and descriptions made at a point inside or adjacent to a photo plot. Ground plot data include individual large-tree and small-tree measurements, shrub tallies, understory vegetation sampling, vegetation cover, stump assessments, woody debris data, surface substrates, site descriptions and soil measurements.

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    Web Map Service providing access to Existing Land use from Danish Agency for Data supply and Efficiency. The contents are data from the data set "GeoDanmark", transformed to the INSPIRE ELU GML application schema v4.0.

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    The Regional Deterministic Air Quality Analysis (RDAQA) is an objective analysis of surface pollutants which combines numerical forecasts from the Regional Air Quality Deterministic Prediction System (RAQDPS) and hourly observational data from monitoring surface networks over North America in order to produce a better description of the air quality at every hour. Chemical constituents include 03, SO2, and NO2 gases, as well as fine particulate matter PM2.5 (2.5 micrometers in diameter or less) and coarse particulate matter PM10 (10 micrometers in diameter or less). Geographical coverage is Canada and the United States. Data is available only for the surface level, at a horizontal resolution of 10 km. The products are presented as historical, annual or monthly, averages which highlight long-term trends in cumulative effects on the environment.