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    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

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    The Flood Hazard Map Index provides awareness of the areas at risk of flooding and support for improved decision making for activities and development in flood prone areas. Scanned, black and white images of New Brunswick Flood Risk Map Sheets.

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    The Canadian Geographical Names Data Base (CGNDB) is the authoritative national database of Canada's geographical names. The purpose of the CGNDB is to store place names and their attributes that have been approved by the Geographical Names Board of Canada (GNBC), the national coordinating body responsible for standards and policies on place names. The CGNDB is maintained by Natural Resources Canada, through the Canada Centre for Mapping and Earth Observation. The geographic extent of the CGNDB is the Canadian landmass and water bodies; the temporal extent is from 1897 to present. This dataset is extracted from the CGNDB on a weekly basis, and consists of current officially approved names, feature type, coordinates of the feature, decision date, source, and other attributes. The output file formats for this product are: text (CSV), Shape (SHP), and Keyhole Markup Language (KML). Content advisory: The Canadian Geographical Names Database contains historical terminology that is considered racist, offensive and derogatory. Geographical naming authorities are in the process of addressing many offensive place names, but the work is still ongoing. For more information, please contact the GNBC Secretariat.

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    This dataset consists of the provincial dry lands which are delineated by the international boundary, the interprovincial boundaries and the coast line. It was generated from data provided by the International Boundary Commission (IBC) and from various Service New Brunswick databases.

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    Localization and contact information of DFO offices. Find, search and locate DFO offices within Canada.

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    Location and contact information for Pacific Recreational Fishery Salmon Head Recovery Depots. The sport fishing community has an important role in the recovery of coded-wire tags found in Coho and Chinook. A coded-wire tag is a 1mm piece of wire that is laser etched with a unique number. Tags are injected into the nose cartilage of juvenile salmon prior to ocean migration. Annually, Canada and the United States tag over 50 million juvenile salmon. Fisheries and Oceans Canada applies about 5.5 million tags, using about 5.5 kilometres of wire. Anglers can recognize the presence of a coded-wire tag because of the missing adipose fin (located on the dorsal surface of the salmon). If you have caught an adipose fin clipped Coho and Chinook, it is a simple matter of removing the head from the fish, completing a sport head label and then submitting the head to a Sport Head Recovery Depot in the area. It is just as important to turn in heads from terminal or freshwater sites as it is from marine areas. Even though anglers fishing close to hatcheries can be fairly certain of the origin of their catch, data will not be recorded unless the heads from fin-clipped recoveries are turned in. Without the data, the health of the stock and the value of the resource to anglers could be underestimated.

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    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

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    Road centre-lines associated with oil and gas road activity and falling within the area representing the road right of way. This dataset contains line features for approved road centre-line locations collected on or after October 30, 2006. This dataset is updated nightly.

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    The Service BC Office Locations is comprised of all Service BC locations in the province. These offices provide front line support for many of the hundreds of programs and services the provincial government offers to residents, businesses and visitors.

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    Pointdata for addresses in Iceland. Data derived from the Icelandic access address register for ELF.