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  • Federal

    North American Breeding Bird Survey Maps for Canada

    This collection houses PDFs of active BBS route maps, which are grouped by province or territory. These maps allow BBS volunteers in Canada to easily locate the start of their route, and to navigate the official route. The BBS is jointly coordinated by Environment Canada's Canadian Wildlife...
    Organization:
    Environment and Climate Change Canada
    Resource Formats:
    • CSV
    • other
  • Federal

    North American Breeding Bird Survey: Population trends and annual indices for...

    Population trend estimates based on data collected through the North American Breeding Bird Survey (BBS), for approximately 300 Canadian bird species. The trend results are Canadian trends and thus use data from Canadian BBS routes only. Results are updated annually; these estimates use BBS data...
    Organization:
    Environment and Climate Change Canada
    Resource Formats:
    • HTML
  • Federal

    North American Breeding Bird Survey: Population trend and annual indices for ...

    Population trend estimates based on data collected through the North American Breeding Bird Survey (BBS), for approximately 300 Canadian bird species. The trend results are Canadian trends and thus use data from Canadian BBS routes only. Results are updated annually; these estimates use BBS data...
    Organization:
    Environment and Climate Change Canada
    Resource Formats:
    • TXT
    • DOC
    • HTML
  • Federal

    North American Breeding Bird Survey: Population trend and annual indices for ...

    Archived population trend estimates, based on data collected through the North American Breeding Bird Survey (BBS), for approximately 300 Canadian bird species. These archived estimates use data from Canadian BBS routes only, collected from 1970 through 2011. Trends are presented for species,...
    Organization:
    Environment and Climate Change Canada
    Resource Formats:
    • CSV
    • DOC
    • HTML
  • Federal

    Acid Sensitive Lakes, Oil Sands Region

    Acid-Sensitive Lakes Nine hundred and thirty-three lakes located in Saskatchewan, Alberta and the Northwest Territories were sampled to establish current acidification status. Of the 933 lakes, 244 (or 26%) are considered acid sensitive, almost always because of naturally low calcium and...
    Organization:
    Environment and Climate Change Canada
    Resource Formats:
    • CSV
    • PDF
    • ESRI REST
    • WMS
  • Federal

    North American Breeding Bird Survey (BBS) in Canada

    The North American Breeding Bird Survey (BBS) is a road-based, long-term, continental survey that focuses on measuring breeding bird abundance at 50 stops along roughly 40-km long transects. This collection houses PDFs of active BBS route maps, which are grouped by province or territory. These...
    Organization:
    Environment and Climate Change Canada
    Resource Formats:
    • other
  • Federal

    Sediment Quality Mainstem and Tributaries, Oil Sands Region

    Sediment Transport This data set demonstrates some variation in the data parameters, both in time and with distance along the mainstem Athabasca and two tributaries (Ells and Steepbank Rivers). For the mainstem Athabasca (bulk suspended sediment samples collected via continuous flow...
    Organization:
    Environment and Climate Change Canada
    Resource Formats:
    • CSV
    • PDF
  • Federal

    Active and Inactive Disposal at Sea Sites in Canadian Waters

    Canada has the longest coastline in the world, measuring 243,790 kilometers. Many of our waterways along the coastline have to be dredged regularly to keep shipping channels and harbours open and safe for navigation; and this material is sometimes best disposed of at sea. Schedule 5 of the...
    Organization:
    Environment and Climate Change Canada
    Resource Formats:
    • ESRI REST
    • HTML
  • Federal

    Active and Inactive Disposal at Sea Sites - 2018

    Canada has the longest coastline in the world, measuring 243,790 kilometers. Many of our waterways along the coastline have to be dredged regularly to keep shipping channels and harbours open and safe for navigation; and this material is sometimes best disposed of at sea. Schedule 5 of the...
    Organization:
    Environment and Climate Change Canada
    Resource Formats:
    • KMZ
    • XML
    • CSV
    • ESRI REST
    • WMS
    • HTML
    • FGDB/GDB
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