Lotic Riparian - Strahler Order Derived


Identification Information:
Citation:
Citation Information:
Originator: Alberta Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta
Publication Date: 20111130
Title: Lotic Riparian - Strahler Order Derived
Geospatial Data Presentation Form: vector digital data
Publication Information:
Publication Place: Edmonton, Alberta
Publisher: Alberta Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta
Online Linkage: https://extranet.gov.ab.ca/srd/geodiscover/srd_pub/biota/Riparian/LoticRiparianStrahlerOrderDerived.zip
Description:
Abstract: This dataset is produced for the Government of Alberta and is available to the general public. Please consult the Distribution Information of this metadata for the appropriate contact to acquire this dataset. Riparian areas consist of the lands adjacent to streams, rivers, wetlands and lakes that are strongly influenced by the presence of water. They are often distinct from the surrounding landscape as the vegetation growth is very lush. These areas form a transition between dry land and open water and are characterized by the presence of hydrophilic vegetation and specific soil types. Riparian areas are usually very productive in terms of biomass and form critical wildlife habitat. Additionally, these areas often have standing water and are subjected to periodic flooding when high water levels fill the stream channel to the top of the bank. The term "riparian" is derived from the Latin word for river bank. Riparian areas provide valuable food, shelter and travel corridors as well as an adjacent water source for wildlife and livestock. These zones are often densely vegetated and serve as stabilization against the erosive forces associated with lotic systems. Riparian areas provide filtration for surface runoff from the surrounding land and protect the water quality of flowing streams. They trap sediment and reduce the velocity of stream flow, thus reducing erosion in downstream areas. These areas provide detritus to their associated aquatic systems as well as a moderating effect on surface temperatures. The function of riparian areas in the landscape is regarded to be sufficiently critical that they are given special consideration in terms of the impact assessment resulting from human activities such as recreation, logging, oil and gas exploration, road construction and range management. Informatics Branch of Alberta Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta has been assigned the task of developing a provincial map of riparian areas. This project represents the initial effort to map riparian areas for the province. The riparian areas map is intended as input into ALCES (A Landscape Cumulative Effects Simulator), which is software developed by Forem Technologies. ALCES is being used to project the cumulative effects of various types of human activity on the landscape. This is accomplished by generating aspatial snapshots of regions within the provincial landscape and assuming that the current level of human impact continues. The methodology involved creating variable buffers by Natural Region based on Strahler Order coding for streams that had been merged with the associated perennial lakes. Higher Strahler Order codes were associated with wider buffers and drier Natural Regions were associated with narrower buffers. The result was a geodatabase of polygons that were intended to represent potential lotic riparian areas but the accuracy was poor. Landsat information and the Base Features Digital Elevation Model were incorporated to a minimal degree as refinements to the coverage but did not result in any improvement in the spatial accuracy of the data. This dataset is not recommended for use in riparian analysis. The Lotic Riparian - Digital Elevation Model Derived dataset, which was released in October 2011, is a better representation of the location and extent of riparian areas.
Purpose: This riparian mapping project is considered to be an overview for the province and is intended to provide a rough aspatial estimate of potential riparian areas associated with lotic features (steams and rivers). Where a stream or river passes through a perennial lake, the shoreline of the lake is captured in order to give a more accurate representation of riparian areas but in general, wetlands and non-perennial lakes as well as source, sink and isolated lakes, are not included. These areas are deemed to be potential riparian areas as no allowance for disturbance has been made. Note that this is a spatial dataset but it is not locationally accurate and should not be used to spatially identify riparian areas.
Supplemental Information: This feature class represents buffering of the Streams feature class with the waterbodies feature class clipped out. This dataset has now been replaced with a least cost path DEM-derived riparian dataset (Lotic Riparian - Digital Elevation Model (DEM) Derived), which is spatially more accurate. The original intention was to utilize the buffered Strahler Order Streams dataset as aspatial input, consisting for riparian area values only, into ALCES for cumulative effects modelling.
Language of Dataset: en
Time Period of Content:
Time Period Information:
Range of Dates/Times:
Beginning Date: 1981
Ending Date: 1995
Currentness Reference: ground condition
Status:
Progress: Complete
Maintenance and Update Frequency: None planned
Spatial Domain:
Bounding Coordinates:
West Bounding Coordinate: -120.001582
East Bounding Coordinate: -110.004896
North Bounding Coordinate: 60.000448
South Bounding Coordinate: 48.996676
Local Bounding Coordinates:
Left Bounding Coordinate: -120.001582
Right Bounding Coordinate: -110.004896
Bottom Bounding Coordinate: 48.996676
Top Bounding Coordinate: 60.000448
Keywords:
Theme:
Theme Keyword Thesaurus: ISO 19115 Topic Category
Theme Keyword: biota
Theme Keyword: inlandWaters
Theme:
Theme Keyword Thesaurus: none
Theme Keyword: aquatic
Theme Keyword: drainage
Theme Keyword: riparian
Theme Keyword: shoreline
Theme Keyword: stream
Theme Keyword: wetland
Theme Keyword: river
Theme Keyword: habitat
Theme Keyword: flood
Theme Keyword: ecology
Theme:
Theme Keyword Thesaurus: Land-use Framework
Theme Keyword: Lower Athabasca Integrated Planning Region
Theme Keyword: Upper Athabasca Integrated Planning Region
Theme Keyword: Lower Peace Integrated Planning Region
Theme Keyword: Upper Peace Integrated Planning Region
Theme Keyword: North Saskatchewan Integrated Planning Region
Theme Keyword: Red Deer Integrated Planning Region
Theme Keyword: South Saskatchewan Integrated Planning Region
Theme Keyword: LAIPR
Theme Keyword: UAIPR
Theme Keyword: LPIPR
Theme Keyword: UPIPR
Theme Keyword: NSIPR
Theme Keyword: RDIPR
Theme Keyword: SSIPR
Place:
Place Keyword Thesaurus: Alberta Geographic Names (GNS)
Place Keyword: Alberta
Stratum:
Stratum Keyword Thesaurus: Map Scale
Stratum Keyword: 1:20 000
Temporal:
Temporal Keyword Thesaurus: Year of Publication
Temporal Keyword: 2011
Access Constraints: To access the data you must agree to the terms of the Open Government Licence - Alberta.
Use Constraints: Your use of the information will be governed by the terms of the Open Government Licence - Alberta in force as of the date you accessed the information.
Point of Contact:
Contact Information:
Contact Organization Primary:
Contact Organization: Alberta Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta
Contact Position: Information and Data Provisioning Services, Informatics Branch, Corporate Services Division
Contact Address:
Address Type: mailing and physical address
Address: 14th Floor, Oxbridge Place
Address: 9820 - 106 Street NW
City: Edmonton
State or Province: Alberta
Postal Code: T5K 2J6
Country: Canada
Contact Voice Telephone: 7804225117
Contact Facsimile Telephone: 7804220712
Contact Electronic Mail Address: AEP.GDAMetadata@gov.ab.ca
Hours: 08:15 to 16:30 Monday to Friday
Contact Instructions: This is the point of contact regarding the creation of, and characteristics of, the data set. Queries about the creation and/or characteristics of the data set submitted through facsimile or electronic mail must include the salutation "Attention: Information and Data Provisioning Services, Informatics Branch, Corporate Services Division; Dataset: Lotic Riparian - Strahler Order Derived". For Distribution Information contact instructions, refer to the Distribution Information section of this metadata record. For Metadata Information contact instructions, refer to the Metadata Reference Information section of this metadata record.
Data Set Credit: This dataset was developed by AECOM Canada Ltd. for Alberta Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta. Merging and cleanup were performed by Informatics Branch.
Security Information:
Security Classification System: Government of Alberta Data and Information Security Classification
Security Classification: Public
Native Data Set Environment: Microsoft Windows XP Version 5.1 (Build 2600) Service Pack 3; ESRI ArcCatalog 9.3.1.3500
Cross Reference:
Citation Information:
Originator: AECOM
Publication Date: December 22, 2008
Title: Riparian Inventory - Lotic Systems Phase 1 Process Report
Cross Reference:
Citation Information:
Originator: AECOM
Publication Date: March 13, 2009
Title: Riparian Inventory - Lotic Systems Phase 2 Process Report
Native Dataset Format: SDE Feature Class
Data Quality Information:
Attribute Value Accuracy Information:
Attribute Accuracy Report: No accuracy report is available for the area and perimeter attributes. The data were originally created to represent riparian areas and a visual comparison of the delineated riparian areas against mapped riparian data suggests that the correlation is very poor.
Logical Consistency Report: The topology has been checked for overlapping polygons but has not been checked for intersection with the base stream network or the waterbodies. Riparian areas associated with isolated lakes and islands within large rivers have not been included as part of the riparian layer. Multipart polygons have been exploded to single part. The geometry has been checked and repaired where necessary. It is noted that in a few cases features may not have been fully dissolved due to a problem with the ESRI Dissolve tool. The dissolve problem has been registered with ESRI as a bug and they are working to have it resolved for Version 10 Service Pack 4.
Completeness Report: Riparian areas associated with lotic features have been captured for the entire province of Alberta. Lentic and wetland features have not been captured at this time, unless directly connected to a stream with flow through as per the goals of the dataset. No allowances have been made for the effects of anthropogenic disturbance.
Positional Accuracy:
Horizontal Positional Accuracy:
Horizontal Positional Accuracy Report: Not available. This dataset was intended to simulate riparian areas for aspatial analysis. There is considerable deviation from the observed riparian areas in terms of location. Correlation in terms of area has not been established.
Vertical Positional Accuracy:
Vertical Positional Accuracy Report: Not applicable
Lineage:
Source Information:
Source Citation:
Citation Information:
Originator: Alberta Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta
Publication Date: 2007
Title: Base Features Derived Simplified Linear Network
Geospatial Data Presentation Form: vector digital data
Publication Information:
Publication Place: Edmonton, Alberta
Publisher: Alberta Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta
Source Scale Denominator: 20000
Type of Source Media: disc
Source Time Period of Content:
Time Period Information:
Range of Dates/Times:
Beginning Date: 1981
Ending Date: 1996
Source Currentness Reference: ground condition
Source Citation Abbreviation: BFD SLN
Source Contribution: 1:20 000 scale digital source of arcs representing the simplified stream network used as a base for determining flow path
Source Information:
Source Citation:
Citation Information:
Originator: Alberta Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta
Publication Date: 2009
Title: Base Features Derived Simplified Hydropolygons
Geospatial Data Presentation Form: vector digital data
Publication Information:
Publication Place: Edmonton, Alberta
Publisher: Alberta Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta
Source Scale Denominator: 20000
Type of Source Media: disc
Source Time Period of Content:
Time Period Information:
Range of Dates/Times:
Beginning Date: 1955
Ending Date: 1996
Source Currentness Reference: ground condition
Source Citation Abbreviation: BFD SHP
Source Contribution: 1:20 000 scale digital source of polygons representing the perennial waterbodies.
Source Information:
Source Citation:
Citation Information:
Originator: Alberta Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta
Publication Date: 2005
Title: Base Features Digital Elevation Model
Geospatial Data Presentation Form: raster digital data
Publication Information:
Publication Place: Edmonton, Alberta
Publisher: Alberta Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta
Source Scale Denominator: 20000
Type of Source Media: disc
Source Time Period of Content:
Time Period Information:
Range of Dates/Times:
Beginning Date: 1981
Ending Date: 1994
Source Currentness Reference: ground condition
Source Citation Abbreviation: BF DEM
Source Contribution: 1:20 000 scale digital source of elevation used to generate slope.
Source Information:
Source Citation:
Citation Information:
Publication Date: 2008
Title: Landsat
Geospatial Data Presentation Form: remote-sensing image
Publication Information:
Publisher: Natural Resources Canada, Government of Canada
Source Scale Denominator: 30 metre resolution
Type of Source Media: disc
Source Time Period of Content:
Time Period Information:
Range of Dates/Times:
Beginning Date: 1999
Ending Date: 2009
Source Currentness Reference: ground condition
Source Citation Abbreviation: LANDSAT
Source Contribution: Classified imagery that was used in the creation of buffer widths.
Source Information:
Source Citation:
Citation Information:
Originator: Alberta Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta
Publication Date: various
Title: Ancillary Data
Geospatial Data Presentation Form: vector digital data
Publication Information:
Publication Place: Edmonton, Alberta
Publisher: Alberta Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta
Other Citation Details: includes additional ecological information
Source Scale Denominator: various
Type of Source Media: disc
Source Time Period of Content:
Time Period Information:
Range of Dates/Times:
Beginning Date: 1977
Ending Date: 2005
Source Currentness Reference: publication date
Source Citation Abbreviation: ANC
Source Contribution: Additional data, such as ecological, integrated resource inventory and biophysical georeferenced rectified .tif images that were used in the creation of buffer widths.
Source Information:
Source Citation:
Citation Information:
Originator: Alberta Tourism, Parks and Recreation, Government of Alberta
Publication Date: 2005
Title: Natural Regions and Subregions of Alberta (2005)
Geospatial Data Presentation Form: vector digital data
Publication Information:
Publication Place: Edmonton, Alberta
Publisher: Alberta Tourism, Parks and Recreation, Government of Alberta
Source Scale Denominator: 1000000
Type of Source Media: disc
Source Time Period of Content:
Time Period Information:
Single Date/Time:
Calendar Date: 2005
Source Currentness Reference: ground condition
Source Citation Abbreviation: NATREG
Source Contribution: Natural Regions and Subregions of Alberta 2005 were used to stratify the data for establishing thresholds.
Source Information:
Source Citation:
Citation Information:
Originator: Alberta Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta
Publication Date: 2007
Title: Base Features Derived Strahler Order Coded Simplified Linear Network
Geospatial Data Presentation Form: tabular digital data
Publication Information:
Publication Place: Edmonton, Alberta
Publisher: Alberta Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta
Source Scale Denominator: 20000
Source Time Period of Content:
Time Period Information:
Range of Dates/Times:
Beginning Date: 1981
Ending Date: 1996
Source Currentness Reference: ground condition
Source Citation Abbreviation: BFD SSLN
Source Contribution: Base Features Derived Strahler Order Coded Simplified Linear Network used for the extraction of Strahler order coded values.
Process Step:
Process Description: Prototype areas for each of the six Natural Regions were selected based on the following criteria: good distribution of differently Strahler ordered streams, availability of ancillary datasets and an area 500 to 1000 km squared which provided an adequate representation of the natural region.
Source Used Citation Abbreviation: NATREG
Source Used Citation Abbreviation: LANDSAT
Source Used Citation Abbreviation: ANC
Source Used Citation Abbreviation: SSLN
Source Used Citation Abbreviation: SLN
Source Used Citation Abbreviation: SHP
Process Contact:
Contact Information:
Contact Organization Primary:
Contact Organization: AECOM
Process Step:
Process Description: Buffer widths were selected using slope datasets (created off provincial DEM), Landsat imagery, and other ancillary datasets. At ten randomly selected test locations identified along streams within prototype areas buffer widths were measured and recorded from slope dataset, Landsat imagery and the ancillary dataset. Test area widths were then averaged for each Strahler order in each prototype area to develop buffer widths. Buffer widths were reviewed and adjusted as necessary after model was run on prototype areas.
Source Used Citation Abbreviation: ANC
Source Used Citation Abbreviation: Landsat
Source Used Citation Abbreviation: BFD SSLN
Source Used Citation Abbreviation: BF DEM
Source Used Citation Abbreviation: BFD SLN
Process Contact:
Contact Information:
Contact Organization Primary:
Contact Organization: AECOM
Process Step:
Process Description: Models were developed using Natural Region riparian buffers widths for each Strahler order and the entire province was processed (by Natural Region).
Process Contact:
Contact Information:
Contact Organization Primary:
Contact Organization: AECOM
Process Step:
Process Description: Natural regions were merged into a provincial dataset and then split on Natural Subregions to reduce the size of extremely large polygons which could not be processed. Multipart features were exploded into singlepart features. The Natural Region and Subregion names have been captured as attributes. Fields for area (square kilometres) and perimeter (kilometres) were added and calculated in Ten Degrees Transverse Mercator projection (500 000 m false easting) North American Datum 1983. All polygons smaller than 5 square metres in area were removed. The geometry was repaired and the dataset was re-checked for multipart polygons. Topology was created to check for overlapping polygons and validated. Finally, the geodatabase was compacted.
Process Contact:
Contact Information:
Contact Organization Primary:
Contact Organization: Alberta Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta
Contact Position: Information and Data Provisioning Services, Informatics Branch, Corporate Services Division
Contact Voice Telephone: 7804225117
Hours: 08:15 to 16:30 Monday to Friday
Process Step:
Process Description: The data were loaded into the SDE repository in ten degrees transverse mercator projection with a 500 000 metre false easting and then loaded into the SDE warehouse in geographic as a one-way replica.
Process Contact:
Contact Information:
Contact Organization Primary:
Contact Organization: Alberta Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta
Contact Position: Information and Data Provisioning Services, Informatics Branch, Corporate Services Division
Contact Voice Telephone: 7804225117
Hours: 08:15 to 16:30 Monday to Friday
Spatial Reference Information:
Horizontal Coordinate System Definition:
Planar:
Map Projection:
Transverse Mercator:
Scale Factor at Central Meridian: 0.9992
Longitude of Central Meridian: -115.0
Latitude of Projection Origin: 0.0
False Easting: 500000.0
False Northing: 0.0
Map Projection Name: Transverse Mercator
Planar Coordinate Information:
Planar Coordinate Encoding Method: coordinate pair
Coordinate Representation:
Abscissa Resolution: 0.0001
Ordinate Resolution: 0.0001
Planar Distance Units: meters
Geodetic Model:
Horizontal Datum Name: D North American 1983
Ellipsoid Name: GRS 1980
Semi-major Axis: 6378137.0
Denominator of Flattening Ratio: 298.257222101
Entity and Attribute Information:
Detailed Description:
Entity Type:
Entity Type Label: Lotic Riparian - Strahler Order Derived
Entity Type Definition: Lotic Riparian - Strahler Order Derived
Entity Type Definition Source: Informatics Branch 2011
Entity Type Type: Feature Class
Entity Type Count: 102882
Attribute:
Attribute Label: OBJECTID
Attribute Definition: Internal feature number.
Attribute Definition Source: ESRI
Attribute Domain Values:
Unrepresentable Domain: Sequential unique whole numbers that are automatically generated.
Attribute Alias: OBJECTID
Attribute Type: OID
Attribute Width: 4
Attribute Precision: 10
Attribute Scale: 0
Attribute:
Attribute Label: Shape
Attribute Definition: Feature geometry.
Attribute Definition Source: ESRI
Attribute Domain Values:
Unrepresentable Domain: Coordinates defining the features.
Attribute Alias: Shape
Attribute Type: Geometry
Attribute Width: 4
Attribute Precision: 0
Attribute Scale: 0
Attribute:
Attribute Label: NSRNAME
Attribute Definition: Natural Subregion Name
Attribute Definition Source: Natural Regions and Subregions of Alberta (2006)
Attribute Alias: NSRNAME
Attribute Type: String
Attribute Width: 40
Attribute Precision: 0
Attribute Scale: 0
Attribute:
Attribute Label: NRNAME
Attribute Definition: Natural Region Name
Attribute Definition Source: Natural Regions and Subregions of Alberta (2006)
Attribute Alias: NRNAME
Attribute Type: String
Attribute Width: 40
Attribute Precision: 0
Attribute Scale: 0
Attribute:
Attribute Label: AREA_SQKM_TTM
Attribute Definition: Area in square kilometres calculated in Ten Degrees Transverse Mercator projection (500 000 metre false easting) North American Datum 1983
Attribute Definition Source: Informatics Branch, 2011
Attribute Alias: AREA_SQKM_TTM
Attribute Type: Double
Attribute Width: 8
Attribute Precision: 38
Attribute Scale: 8
Attribute:
Attribute Label: PERIMETER_KM_TTM
Attribute Definition: Perimeter in kilometres calculated in Ten Degrees Transverse Mercator projection (500 000 metre false easting) North American Datum 1983
Attribute Definition Source: Informatics Branch, 2011
Attribute Alias: PERIMETER_KM_TTM
Attribute Type: Double
Attribute Width: 8
Attribute Precision: 38
Attribute Scale: 8
Attribute:
Attribute Label: GlobalID
Attribute Definition: Global unique identifier
Attribute Definition Source: ESRI
Attribute Alias: GLOBALID
Attribute Type: GlobalID
Attribute Width: 38
Attribute Precision: 0
Attribute Scale: 0
Attribute:
Attribute Label: SHAPE.AREA
Attribute Alias: SHAPE.AREA
Attribute Type: Double
Attribute Width: 0
Attribute Precision: 0
Attribute Scale: 0
Attribute:
Attribute Label: SHAPE.LEN
Attribute Alias: SHAPE.LEN
Attribute Type: Double
Attribute Width: 0
Attribute Precision: 0
Attribute Scale: 0
Distribution Information:
Distributor:
Contact Information:
Contact Position: Data Distribution Unit, Information and Data Provisioning Services, Informatics Branch, Corporate Services Division
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Contact Electronic Mail Address: AEP.Data@gov.ab.ca
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Time Period Information:
Single Date/Time:
Calendar Date: Monday to Sunday
Time of Day: 24 hours
Metadata Reference Information:
Metadata Date: 20161107
Metadata Contact:
Contact Information:
Contact Organization Primary:
Contact Organization: Alberta Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta
Contact Position: Information and Data Provisioning Services, Informatics Branch, Corporate Services Division
Contact Address:
Address Type: mailing and physical address
Address: 14th Floor, Oxbridge Place
Address: 9820 - 106 Street NW
City: Edmonton
State or Province: Alberta
Postal Code: T5K 2J6
Country: Canada
Contact Voice Telephone: 7804225117
Contact Facsimile Telephone: 7804220712
Contact Electronic Mail Address: AEP.GDAMetadata@gov.ab.ca
Hours: 08:15 to 16:30 Monday to Friday
Contact Instructions: This is the point of contact regarding the creation of, and characteristics of, metadata for the data set. Queries about the creation and/or characteristics of the metadata submitted through facsimile or electronic mail must include the salutation "Attention: Information and Data Provisioning Services, Informatics Branch, Corporate Services Division; Dataset: Lotic Riparian - Strahler Order Derived". For Distribution Information contact instructions, refer to the Distribution Information section of this metadata record.
Metadata Standard Name: FGDC Content Standards for Digital Geospatial Metadata
Metadata Standard Version: FGDC-STD-001-1998
Metadata Time Convention: local time
Language of Metadata: en
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