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    The “Stations used for Unit Runoff Analysis” dataset is a point data set for select hydrological stations that covers the extent of Canada.

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    The “Annual Unit Runoff (dam3/km2) for a 50% Probability of Exceedence” dataset is a line data set that covers the extent of Canada. It shows the 50% Probability of exceedence annual unit runoff.

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    The “Annual Unit Runoff (dam3/km2) for a 10% Probability of Exceedence” dataset is a line data set that covers the extent of Canada. It shows the 10% Probability of exceedence annual unit runoff.

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    The “Annual Unit Runoff (dam3/km2) for a 80% Probability of Exceedence” dataset is a line data set that covers the extent of Canada. It shows the 80% Probability of exceedence annual unit runoff.

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    The “Annual Unit Runoff (dam3/km2) for a 70% Probability of Exceedence” dataset is a line data set that covers the extent of Canada. It shows the 70% Probability of exceedence annual unit runoff.

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    The “Annual Unit Runoff (dam3/km2) for a 90% Probability of Exceedence” dataset is a line data set that covers the extent of Canada. It shows the 90% Probability of exceedence annual unit runoff.

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    The “Annual Unit Runoff (dam3/km2) for a 25% Probability of Exceedence” dataset is a line data set that covers the extent of Canada. It shows the 25% Probability of exceedence annual unit runoff.

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    The “Annual Unit Runoff (dam3/km2) for a 75% Probability of Exceedence” dataset is a line data set that covers the extent of Canada. It shows the 75% Probability of exceedence annual unit runoff.

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    The “Sub-sub-basins of the AAFC Watersheds Project – 2013” dataset is a geospatial data layer containing polygon features representing the Standard Drainage Area Classification (SDAC) 2003 defined sub-sub-drainage areas of the Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) Watersheds Project. Canada has eleven major drainage areas which are divided into 164 sub-drainage areas; the 164 sub-drainage areas are then further divided into 978 sub-sub-drainage areas. All drainage areas, sub-drainage areas and sub-sub-drainage areas are named and have an identifying ‘number’. Sub-sub-drainage areas have ‘numbers’ that share a common ‘four-character’ designation. For example, the 05AB sub-sub-basin contains amongst others, station 05AB006, while the 05AC sub-sub-basin contains station 05AC007 (and others).

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    Polygon features represent developed ground water aquifers in BC (that have been mapped). Most aquifer boundaries are delineated based on geology, hydrology and topographic information. Some aquifer boundaries stop at the border of BC mapsheet boundaries due to resource or data constraints at the time of mapping.