City of Surrey; Terra Remote Sensing Inc. — 2012-04-23 Serpentine River: Broken into 4 segments. Water Level data added to interpolated 1 m grid. Single Beam (SB) around Bose Island, between Hwy 10 and 168 St. Multi-Beam (MB) KGB to Hwy 99, SB BNSF Bridge to Hwy 99. SB transect across Mud Bay
City of Surrey — 2009 Acquisition Month/Year: April 2009 Resolution: 10cm Scale: 1:6000 Colour: Colour Type: Aerial Projection Information: NAD83 NMIP, Zone 10
McElhanney Consulting Services Ltd. — 2017-07-04 Orthorectified aerial imagery of the UBC Vancouver campus, 2017. Ortho Pixel size - 10 cm
University of British Columbia. Campus and Community Planning — 2021-09 No control was available to verify the absolute accuracy of the dataset. However, due to a robust trajectory solution and good calibration results, it is Eagle Mappings conclusion that the delivered dataset is positioned with a horizontal accuracy of ± 0.30m and vertical accruacy of ± 0.15m. University of British Columbia Vancouver (formerly called Point Grey) campus lidar survey. Includes Pacific Spirit Park and Musqueam Reserve No.2 (southeast of UBC Campus).
Brittnacher, Tom; Lesack, Paul — 2013 ESRI ArcGIS shapefiles portraying the boundaries of Census Metropolitan Areas and Census Tracts from the 1951 Census of Canada. The shapefiles were created using data from the printed 1951 maps. As some of the printed maps were not to scale or incomplete, it is highly advisable to check both the metadata and comments table before using these files.
University of British Columbia. Campus and Community Planning. — 2013-07-23 Orthorectified aerial imagery of the UBC Okanagan campus, Kelowna, BC, 2013. Ortho Pixel size - 10 cm
Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry — 2013-01-02 <p>Over the course of 50 years the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (OMNRF) has captured bathymetry data for over 10,000 lakes across Ontario.</p> <p>In 1968 the Department of Lands and Forests initiated the Aquatic Habitat Inventory Program to collect information for Ontario’s inland water data. One product was a series of contour maps showing lake depth. In many cases, these maps still represent the only authoritative source of bathymetry data for lakes in Ontario. These maps have been converted to digital GIS data which has resulted in the vast majority of the current data in the Bathymetry Line data class.</p> <p>More recent bathymetric data has been collected using sonar and GPS technology. This modern technique creates lake depth points (spot depths) rather than contours. This point data is stored in the Bathymetry Point data class.</p> <p>Bathymetry Line contains lines of constant depth called depth contours or isobars. Depth contours are used to describe the terrain relief below the surface of the water.</p> <p>The data used to derive the depth contours are always spot depths but the density and positional accuracy of these spot depths vary depending on the survey style and parameters. Before GPS data was available, spot depth locations were derived by straight line transects across a water body which were then plotted on a map. The time consuming nature of this method limited the number of transects collected. Now GPS data collection is not limited to transects and therefore spot depth collections tend to be far denser with greater horizontal accuracy.</p> <p>Depth contours have been derived in one of two ways:</p> <ol> <li><p>Visually interpreted and drawn by hand based on transects of the water body</p></li> <li><p>Interpolated using GIS processes such as Kriging or Natural Neighbours</p></li> </ol> <p>Vertical accuracy of the data varies greatly depending on the density of spot depth collected for each lake. Horizontal accuracy will also vary greatly on older transect based collections but will be within 5m for GPS based collections.</p> <p>Bathymetry point and line data should not be used for navigational purposes.</p>
BC Stats; Citizenship and Immigration Canada — 2013 Immigrants to British Columbia by country of origin and immigrant class.
Spatial Data Infrastructure Unit, Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry — 2015-11-08 The SCOOP 2013 DEM is a 2m raster elevation product that represents a generalized representation of both surface and ground features. The product was generated by an imagery contractor for the purpose of ortho-rectifying the SCOOP 2013 orthophotography. SCOOP 2013 orthophotography was collected through a collaborative funding partnership covering South Central Ontario including Peterborough, Halliburton, Muskoka, Simcoe and surrounding areas.
TransLink (South Coast British Columbia Transportation Authority); Lesack, Paul — 2017-04-25 TransLink route and station data created from General Transit Specification Feed (GTFS), downloaded 24 April 2017. Esri shapefiles and geojson were created by UBC library from the GTFS feed from TransLink. <ul> <li>Stops shapefile: Transit stops as point shapefile</li> <li>Shapes, routes and trips shapefile and geojson: Bus routes as polyline shape file with trip information. No time codes are included.</li> </ul>
Askarian, Mohammad — 2015-05 Dataset created Spring 2015. Contains all roads, sidewalks, paths, trails, etc at UBC Vancouver campus. Data were created to enable multimodal routing. Simplified versions are provided for simpler routing or cartography.
Burton, Jeff; Wiersma, Rachel — 2016-11-04 <p>University of British Columbia (Vancouver Campus) geospatial data. Includes data in geodatabase, geojson and CSV formats.</p> <p>Data sets include:</p> <ul> <li>UBC building data </li> <li>Context layers</li> <li>UBC Vancouver road/path data </li> <li>UBC Vancouver campus points of interest locations</li> <li>UBC Vancouver landscape features </li> </ul>
City of Surrey; AéroPhoto (1961) Inc.; iGi Consulting — 2009-03 Partially classified LAS (~2 pts/m2) files in 1km square tiles named using UTM northing and easting coordinates. classified as Bare Earth (1) and all other points (9). Includes some areas outside Surrey. Partial coverage of New Westminster, North Delta, White Rock, Boundary Bay and Tsawwassen.
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development — 2000 A three-year survey of the knowledge and skills of 15-year-olds in the principal industrialised countries. The survey, conducted first in 2000, will be repeated every three years. 265,000 students from 32 countries took part. Students sat pencil and paper assessments in their schools. Students and their principals also answered questionnaires about themselves and their schools. This allowed PISA to identify what factors are associated with better and worse performance. There is also an interactive data selection tool for PISA 2000 data at the Australian Council for Educational Research.
Statistics Canada — 2012-09-12 Small area data on citizens and families aged 55 years and over for Canada, British Columbia and the following British Columbia postal communities: Dawson Creek, Fort St. John, Prince George, Prince Rupert, Quesnel, Smithers, Terrace, Williams Lake.
Statistics Canada. — 1991 Contains: Alphabetical index, Classification structure of SOC, Classification Structure of National Occupational Classification (NOC), Occupational Definitions and Classified Index, Concordance between 1980 and 1991 SOC.
Canada Council for the Arts — 2016 Key data on Canada Council funding offers a complete list of grant recipients from 2013-14 to 2015-16, including detailed information by program, discipline, region (for example community and federal riding), equity groups for organizations and much more. In addition to grant figures, you can find information on Canada Council Art Bank purchases, Canadian Commission for UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) and Special Funds (endowed prizes, Killam Research Fellowships and Prizes and the Japan-Canada Fund).
City of Surrey — 2013-07 Acquisition Month/Year: April 2013 Polygon features such as Forebay (for a Pump Station), Lake or Wetlands. Open drainage channels including drainage ditches, creeks, and rivers.
BC Transit Routes for Victoria, Whistler, Pemberton Local and Commuter, Squamish Commuter, Kelowna and Kamloops, 21 March 2013
Lesack, Paul — 2013 BC Transit routes for Victoria, Whistler, Pemberton Local and Commuter, Squamish Commuter, Kelowna and Kamloops. The routes were created from the Google transit feed (GTFS) and ArcGIS Network Analyst. As no route shape information was available from the feed, the shape of the route was extrapolated from the road network and layout of transit stops. The transit routes were not verified as no maps are available. Although routes were calculated as carefully as possible, this data set carries no guarantee of accuracy beyond the information included in the Google transit feed.
University of British Columbia. Campus and Community Planning — 2005 <p>Projection: NAD 83/UTM Zone 10 N (EPSG:26910)</p> <p>Combined DEM produced from ASCII text by UBC Library 15 Oct 2021.</p> <p>Contour shapefile produced from Autocad DWG by UBC Library using FME (transformer included)</p> <p>Bounds produced by from Autocad DWG by UBC Library using FME (transformer included)</p> University of British Columbia Vancouver (formerly called Point Grey) campus lidar survey. This survey does not cover the entire campus; it consists mostly of shoreline areas.
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