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Raptor - Wildlife Key Area - 250k

Geomatics Yukon

    Wildlife Key Areas (WKA) are locations used by wildlife for critical, seasonal life functions. WKAs are identified by interpreting observed locations of wildlife at key times of year, not through intensive habitat assessment. Polygons derived...

    Mountain Goat - Wildlife Key Area - 250k

    Geomatics Yukon

      Wildlife Key Areas (WKA) are locations used by wildlife for critical, seasonal life functions. WKAs are identified by interpreting observed locations of wildlife at key times of year, not through intensive habitat assessment. Polygons derived...

      Coal Leases - 50k

      Geomatics Yukon

        The administration of coal projects in the Yukon is governed under the Territorial Lands (Yukon) Act (TLYA) and the Coal Regulations enabled under the TLYA. The land use permits necessary for coal exploration and development are issued by the...

        Coal Exploration Licenses - 50k

        Geomatics Yukon

          The administration of coal projects in the Yukon is governed under the Territorial Lands (Yukon) Act (TLYA) and the Coal Regulations enabled under the TLYA. The land use permits necessary for coal exploration and development are issued by the...

          Water - 2M

          Geomatics Yukon

            This data set was created to give a general representation of Yukon's water features at 1:2,000,000 scale. The original source of this data is unknown. Distributed from GeoYukon [1] by the Government of Yukon [2] . Discover more digital map...

            Land Applications Active

            Geomatics Yukon

              Land under administration and control of Government of Yukon, Department of Energy, Mines and Resources (EMR), Land Management Branch. Includes applications for all levels of tenure and/or use of land excepting agricultural. Distributed from...

              Mule Deer - Wildlife Key Area - 250k

              Geomatics Yukon

                Wildlife Key Areas (WKA) are locations used by wildlife for critical, seasonal life functions. WKAs are identified by interpreting observed locations of wildlife at key times of year, not through intensive habitat assessment. Polygons derived...