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Placer Land Use Permits - 50k

Geomatics Yukon

    The Placer Mining Land Use Regulations consist of a classification system based on varying levels of specific activities. These threshold levels categorize exploration activities into four classes of operation. Classes 1 through 4 represent...

    Oil and Gas Bid Locations - 50k

    Geomatics Yukon

      Yukon Oil and Gas Rights Disposition Process. Call for Bids (CFB) - an invitation to submit bids for posted locations.The Call for Bids dataset contains basic information on disposition process administered by Yukon Government. For more...

      Watercourses - 250k - Canvec

      Geomatics Yukon

        Hydro Features is composed of the network of Canadian surface waters. Hydro Features entities are: Watercourse, Water Linear Flow, Hydro Obstacle (falls, rapids…), Waterbody (lake, watercourse…), Permanent Snow and Ice, Water Well, and Spring....

        Watercourses - 50k - Canvec

        Geomatics Yukon

          Hydro Features is composed of the network of Canadian surface waters. Hydro Features entities are: Watercourse, Water Linear Flow, Hydro Obstacle (falls, rapids…), Waterbody (lake, watercourse…), Permanent Snow and Ice, Water Well, and Spring....

          Community Hazards - Old Crow - 30m

          Geomatics Yukon

            Landscape hazard maps were completed as part of a community hazards mapping program coordinated by the Northern Climate ExChange (Yukon Research Centre, Yukon College). Potential landscape hazards were assessed under changing future conditions by...

            Ice and Snow - 250k - Canvec

            Geomatics Yukon

              Hydro Features is composed of the network of Canadian surface waters. Hydro Features entities are: Watercourse, Water Linear Flow, Hydro Obstacle (falls, rapids…), Waterbody (lake, watercourse…), Permanent Snow and Ice, Water Well, and Spring....

              Geophysics First Vertical Derivatives - 200m

              Geomatics Yukon

                The Yukon Territory is underlain by a great variety of rock types ranging in age from Early Proterozoic to Recent and representing diverse environments including epicratonic basins, subsiding shelves, foreland basins, island arcs and deep ocean...