Epidemic, Chablis and Ice

Epidemic, Chablis and Ice __The link: *Access to the data directory* is available in the section*Dataset Description Sheets; Additional Information*__. A map of insect outbreaks, windblown trees and ice storms is produced as part of the ecoforestry inventory of southern Quebec in order to maintain an up-to-date portrait of the forest. It covers the commercial territory of Quebec's public and private forests. The minimum mapping area is 0.1 ha. Among other things, this portrait is useful for assessing the intensity and extent of damage associated with insects, windfalls, and ice. In each case, the map represents the loss of forest cover in the form of disturbances ranging from severe (more than 75% of dead trees) to mild (25 to 75% of dead trees). The disturbances in this map date back to the beginning of the century (when information is available) to the present day. They are the result of collaboration between the Forest Protection Department and the Forest Inventory Department. The contours come from forest inventories (first and second decennial inventories) and ecoforestry inventories (third and fourth decennial inventories). Mortality dating is carried out using defoliation layers from the Forest Protection Department. For the TBE (spruce budworm) epidemic, mortality is considered to occur after a succession of five years or more of severe or moderate defoliation. In the case of a land surveyor, a single year is enough to decimate a forest stand. Other elements in the layer are dated using LANDSAT imagery, sample plots, and archival documents.**This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).** 2022-11-10 Government and Municipalities of Québec services.clientele@mffp.gouv.qc.ca Form DescriptorsNature and EnvironmentScience and Technology Epidemics, windfalls and iceFGDB/GDB https://diffusion.mffp.gouv.qc.ca/Diffusion/DonneeGratuite/Foret/PERTURBATIONS_NATURELLES/Epidemies_chablis_verglas/PERTU_AUTRE_PROV_10.zip Epidemics, windfalls and iceFGDB/GDB https://diffusion.mffp.gouv.qc.ca/Diffusion/DonneeGratuite/Foret/PERTURBATIONS_NATURELLES/Epidemies_chablis_verglas/PERTU_AUTRE_PROV_93.zip Epidemics, windfalls and ancient ice storms (prior to 1976)FGDB/GDB https://diffusion.mffp.gouv.qc.ca/Diffusion/DonneeGratuite/Foret/PERTURBATIONS_NATURELLES/Epidemies_chablis_verglas/PERTU_AUTRE_ANC_PROV_10.zip Epidemics, windfalls and ancient ice storms (prior to 1976)FGDB/GDB https://diffusion.mffp.gouv.qc.ca/Diffusion/DonneeGratuite/Foret/PERTURBATIONS_NATURELLES/Epidemies_chablis_verglas/PERTU_AUTRE_ANC_PROV_93.zip Epidemics, windfalls and iceGPKG https://diffusion.mffp.gouv.qc.ca/Diffusion/DonneeGratuite/Foret/PERTURBATIONS_NATURELLES/Epidemies_chablis_verglas/PERTU_AUTRE_PROV_GPKG.zip Ancient Epidemics, Chablis and IceGPKG https://diffusion.mffp.gouv.qc.ca/Diffusion/DonneeGratuite/Foret/PERTURBATIONS_NATURELLES/Epidemies_chablis_verglas/PERTU_AUTRE_ANC_PROV_GPKG.zip Open forestHTML https://www.foretouverte.gouv.qc.ca/?context=_perturbation&zoom=14¢er=-69.35139,49.14269&invisiblelayers=*&visiblelayers=pertu_autre,pertu_autre_fp,1da64ddfeaf23710b8a9ad95133fb5d8 Open forestHTML https://www.foretouverte.gouv.qc.ca/?context=_telechargement&zoom=6¢er=-67.99891,48.9935&invisiblelayers=*&visiblelayers=634387214b14c87b4f78d72d2717829f,1da64ddfeaf23710b8a9ad95133fb5d8 Original metadata (https://www.donneesquebec.ca)HTML https://www.donneesquebec.ca/recherche/fr/dataset/1dad27d7-5111-49bb-8809-a8d3e86ad9ce Procedures for using a web servicePDF https://mffp.gouv.qc.ca/wp-content/uploads/Procedure_service_Web.pdf Read mePDF https://diffusion.mffp.gouv.qc.ca/Diffusion/DonneeGratuite/Foret/INTERVENTIONS_FORESTIERES/Recolte_et_reboisement/1-Documentation/Lisez-moi_perturbations.pdf Mapping of the 5th ecoforestry inventory of southern Quebec - Methods and associated dataPDF https://mffp.gouv.qc.ca/documents/forets/inventaire/carto_5E_methodes_donnees.pdf Data downloadPDF https://mffp.gouv.qc.ca/wp-content/uploads/Telechargement_rapide.pdf Web mapping serviceWMS https://geoegl.msp.gouv.qc.ca/ws/mffpecofor.fcgi?request=getcapabilities&service=wms&layers=ca_pertu_autre&legend_format=image/png&feature_info_type=text/plain Web mapping serviceWMS https://geoegl.msp.gouv.qc.ca/ws/mffpecofor.fcgi?request=getcapabilities&service=wms&layers=ca_pertu_autre&legend_format=image/png&feature_info_type=text/plain Fact sheet of attributes and their areas of valueXLS https://diffusion.mffp.gouv.qc.ca/Diffusion/DonneeGratuite/Foret/PERTURBATIONS_NATURELLES/Epidemies_chablis_verglas/1-Documentation/DICTIONNAIRE_COUCHES_ANNUELLES.xlsx Tools and guide for preparing data in ArcGISZIP https://diffusion.mffp.gouv.qc.ca/Diffusion/DonneeGratuite/Foret/DONNEES_FOR_ECO_SUD/Cartes_ecoforestieres_perturbations/1-Documentation/Boite_a_outils.zip

The link: Access to the data directory is available in the sectionDataset Description Sheets; Additional Information. A map of insect outbreaks, windblown trees and ice storms is produced as part of the ecoforestry inventory of southern Quebec in order to maintain an up-to-date portrait of the forest. It covers the commercial territory of Quebec's public and private forests. The minimum mapping area is 0.1 ha. Among other things, this portrait is useful for assessing the intensity and extent of damage associated with insects, windfalls, and ice. In each case, the map represents the loss of forest cover in the form of disturbances ranging from severe (more than 75% of dead trees) to mild (25 to 75% of dead trees). The disturbances in this map date back to the beginning of the century (when information is available) to the present day. They are the result of collaboration between the Forest Protection Department and the Forest Inventory Department. The contours come from forest inventories (first and second decennial inventories) and ecoforestry inventories (third and fourth decennial inventories). Mortality dating is carried out using defoliation layers from the Forest Protection Department. For the TBE (spruce budworm) epidemic, mortality is considered to occur after a succession of five years or more of severe or moderate defoliation. In the case of a land surveyor, a single year is enough to decimate a forest stand. Other elements in the layer are dated using LANDSAT imagery, sample plots, and archival documents.This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).

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