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RDCK Overview map service
Mascot geodetic control monuments for BC. Geodetic Control Monuments are a network of interconnected markers in the ground which have accurately determined coordinates, and/or elevations. They are fixed points on which to spatially reference surveys, mapping, aerial and satellite imaging, etc
The spatial view REC OPP SPECTRUM INV SVW contains simple polygons that detail the level of remoteness of an area within the context of the recreation opportunity spectrum
Polygon features showing ground water quality zones of total alkalinity concentrations. Does not represent current or historic conditions. Retained for demonstration purposes. Do not use for any practical purpose
This is a spatial layer showing Ministry of Forests Radio Communication Sites. Communication Sites are physical land locations containing structures and equipment which provide two or one-way voice and or data wireless communications to field staff or for operational activities
Population density in Canada based on the 2006 and 2011 census data at three levels of geography: census division (CD) (1:5,000,001 and over), census sub-division (CSD) (1:5,000,000 to 1:288,897) and dissemination areas (DA) (1:288,897 and under). Population density is the number of people per square kilometer. Population density change measures the rate of change calculated by the difference in total population density values for each area between 2006 and 2011, divided by the total population density of 2006. The CD and CSD boundaries are based on 2011 data. The 2006 population figures have been adjusted accordingly. The DA boundaries are based on 2006 data. All areas with no data are indicated with a value of -999.
The spatial representation for a Forest Exclusion, which is an areas or block excluded from Provincial Forest at the time of the original establishment by Order in Council
Forest disturbances mapped primarily by the annual provincial aerial overview survey are recorded as polygons or spots (point data). This data set represents the spot (point) data. Each spot is labelled by the year of survey, forest health factor (disturbance agent), severity class, area, numbers of trees estimated in the spot, and host. Aerial survey data standards are provided on the web at https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/industry/forestry/managing-our-forest-resources/forest-health/aerial-overview-surveys/methods.
Forest disturbances mapped primarily by the annual provincial aerial overview survey are recorded as polygons. Each polygon is labelled by the year of survey, forest health factor (disturbance agent), severity class and host. Aerial survey data standards are provided on the web at https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/industry/forestry/managing-our-forest-resources/forest-health/aerial-overview-surveys/methods.
The spatial representation for a Provincial Forest, which is any forest land that is designated by the Lieutenant Governor in council, to be managed and used for the social and economic benefit of the Province