Shore Unit Classifications - Line
The Shore Unit Classifications Lines depict the most current Shorezone mapping lines for the Province of British Columbia. Shorezone is an aerial imaging, habitat classification, and mapping system used to inventory alongshore and across-shore geomorphological and biological attributes of the coast. Habitat attributes are interpreted from oblique aerial imagery acquired during the lowest tides of the year.
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- Publisher - Current Organization Name: Government of British Columbia
- Licence: Open Government Licence - British Columbia
Data and Resources
Coastal Resource Information Management SystemHTMLEnglish dataset HTML
Coastal Resource PDF Map ViewerHTMLEnglish dataset HTML
KML Network LinkKMLEnglish web_service KML
BC Physical Shore-Zone Mapping SystemPDFEnglish guide PDF
Shore Unit Classifications - LineWMSFrench web_service WMS
Shore Unit Classifications - LineWMSEnglish web_service WMS
BC Geographic Warehouse Custom DownloadotherEnglish dataset other
British Columbia GeoportalHTMLEnglish dataset HTML
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