Fish and Wildlife Management Information System (FWMIS) - Hydrology Polygons


Identification Information:
Citation:
Citation Information:
Publication Date: 20180523
Title: Fish and Wildlife Management Information System (FWMIS) - Hydrology Polygons
Geospatial Data Presentation Form: vector digital data
Originator: Alberta Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta
Publication Information:
Publication Place: Edmonton, Alberta
Publisher: Alberta Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta
Description:
Abstract: Fish and Wildlife Management Information System (FWMIS) - Hydrology polygons is a derived dataset from the Base Features Waterbody Polygon (Base Waterbody Polygon) dataset. Base Waterbody Polygon is the Alberta Environment and Parks base hydrography polygon dataset, and comprises seamless provincial extent hydrography polygon features collected from various sources of provincial base and resource map based data and some federal topographic data. FWMIS Hydropolygon has been modified for Fish and Wildlife business purposes, where spatial adjustments and field attributes have been added or removed as required. Modifications include, but are not limited to, the addition of a 'Species Presence' field, edits to spatial and aspatial components, removal of topological error, and semi-annual maintenance as required.
Purpose: FWMIS Hydropolygons are based off of the Base Features Waterbody Polygon (Base Waterbody Polygon) dataset and are used to identify spatial representation of mapped waterbodies within the province of Alberta. This layer provides fish species presence (both current and historic), Fish and Wildlife Management Information System (FWMIS) Waterbody ID, and Waterbody Official and Common Name. FWMIS Waterbody ID's are unique values assigned to mapped waterbodies with or without fish or fish habitat survey information (both current and historic).
Supplemental Information: FWMIS Hydropolygons does not contain all lentic systems with fish survey information, as there are many 'unmapped' bodies of water within the province of Alberta. This layer provides a broad representation of what fish species could potentially occur in reaches/sections of that particular waterbody, and it does not represent species absence. The field 'Species Presence' is updated bi-annually or as new information becomes available. See 'Use Constraints' for more information. This layer is not suitable for mapping as its intent is to merely provide waterbody information pertaining to fish presence or the possibility of future fish presence findings.
Language of Dataset: English
Status:
Progress: In work
Maintenance and Update Frequency: Quarterly
Spatial Domain:
Bounding Coordinates:
West Bounding Coordinate: -120.891817
East Bounding Coordinate: -108.473939
North Bounding Coordinate: 60.093967
South Bounding Coordinate: 48.893886
Keywords:
Theme:
Theme Keyword Thesaurus: ISO 19115 Topic Categories
Theme Keyword: Biota
Theme Keyword: inlandWaters
Theme:
Theme Keyword Thesaurus: None
Theme Keyword: Hydropoly
Theme Keyword: FWMIS Hydrography
Theme Keyword: Inland Waters
Theme Keyword: Species Presence
Place:
Place Keyword: Alberta
Place Keyword Thesaurus: Alberta Geographic Names (GNS)
Access Constraints: General Public: For conditional general public use. User must accept terms and conditions in a product license agreement before obtaining data. Government of Alberta Ministries: Conditional access to this data for internal business purposes is available to Government of Alberta Ministries and authorized agencies through Informatics Branch of Alberta Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta.
Use Constraints: General Public: This digital data is protected under copyright to the Government of Alberta with all rights reserved and is subject to the conditions outlined in the Informatics Branch License Agreement for Digital Data. Government of Alberta Ministries: Government of Alberta Ministries and authorized agencies may conditionally use this data for internal business purposes which includes conditional sharing of the data with other third parties (i.e., contractors, stakeholders) if necessary for reasonable use of the data relating to the provision of services to the Crown as represented by each Ministry. Species Presence represents a historic listing of fish species that have been sampled in a particular body of water and/or what species have been captured/stocked as a result of a fisheries inventory. Any species listed indicates it was captured/measured anywhere along that waterbody, and not a specific location. At time of use, the user assumes all responsibility for discrepancies with data contained in FWMIS. FWMIS/FWIMT is the official holder of all fisheries inventory data, and should be consulted as the sole source of fisheries survey information.
Point of Contact:
Contact Information:
Contact Position: Resource Data Biologist
Contact Address:
Address Type: mailing and physical address
Address: Great West Life Building
City: Edmonton
State or Province: Alberta
Postal Code: T5K 2M4
Country: Canada
Address: 9920 - 108 Street NW
Contact Electronic Mail Address: Chad.Sherburne@gov.ab.ca
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: Alberta Environment and Parks; Dataset: Fisheries and Wildlife Management Information System - Hydrology Polygons". 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.
Contact Person Primary:
Contact Person: Chad Sherburne
Contact Organization: Alberta Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta
Data Set Credit: Alberta Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta
Native Data Set Environment: Microsoft Windows 7 Version 6.1 (Build 7601) Service Pack 1; Esri ArcGIS 10.3.1.4959
Time Period of Content:
Time Period Information:
Single Date/Time:
Calendar Date: 20180501
Currentness Reference: ground condition
Security Information:
Security Classification System: Government of Alberta Data and Information Security Classification
Security Classification: Protected A
Cross Reference:
Citation Information:
Online Linkage: https://maps.alberta.ca/FWIMT_Pub/?TermsOfUseRequired=true&Viewer=FWIMT_Pub
Originator: Alberta Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta
Title: Fish and Wildlife Internet Mapping Tool (FWIMT)
Other Citation Details: FWMIS Data is Available Spatially Online using the Fish & Wildlife Internet Mapping Tool (FWIMT). Use the Fish and Wildlife Internet Mapping Tool (FWIMT) to find FWMIS fish and wildlife observation information, generate reports, and create maps.
Online Linkage: http://aep.alberta.ca/fish-wildlife/fwmis/access-fwmis-data.aspx
Data Quality Information:
Lineage:
Source Information:
Source Contribution: Hydrography polygons were collected from 1:20 000, 1:50 000 and AVI Provincial dataset and 1:50 000 National Topographic Data Base (NTDB). Base Features Waterbody Polygon (BASEFEAT.BF_HYDRO_POLYGON, Base Waterbody Polygon) is the Alberta Environment and Parks base hydrography polygon dataset, and comprises seamless provincial extent hydrography polygon features collected from various sources of provincial base and resource map based data and some federal topographic data. FWMIS Hydropolygon has been modified for Fish and Wildlife business purposes, where spatial adjustments and field attributes have been added or removed as required.
Source Citation:
Citation Information:
Originator: Alberta Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta
Title: Base Features Waterbody Polygon (BASEFEAT.BF_HYDRO_POLYGON)
Online Linkage: https://geodiscover.alberta.ca/geoportal/catalog/search/resource/fullMetadata.page?uuid=%7B7674069D-F980-4B03-9B6E-1B33A6DE97C9%7D
Publication Date: 20041025
Source Time Period of Content:
Time Period Information:
Range of Dates/Times:
Beginning Date: 19550101
Ending Date: 19961231
Source Currentness Reference: ground condition
Source Citation Abbreviation: Base Waterbody Polygon
Process Step:
Process Contact:
Contact Information:
Contact Person Primary:
Contact Person: Chad Sherburne
Contact Organization: Alberta Environment and Parks
Contact Position: Resource Data Biologist
Process Description: Modifications include, but are not limited to, the addition of a 'Species Presence' field, edits to spatial and aspatial components, removal of topological error, and annual maintenance as required. 'Species Presence' is updated bi-annually (approximate) or as new information becomes available.
Process Step:
Process Description: To create this dataset the Feature_Type attributes in Base Waterbody Polygon were evaluated for relevance. The following categories were considered individually: 1. Many LAKE-RECUR polygons were removed because they represent the high water-mark in many cases, and the LAKE-PER polygon is the only feature required for fisheries reference. 2. RIV-MAJ: Major river (retained if confirmed existence), 3. LAKE-PER: Perennial lake (retained 94523 of 117820), 4. OXBOW-RECUR: Recurring (intermittent) oxbow, 5. OXBOW-PER: Perennial oxbow (retained if confirmed existence), 6. DUGOUT: Dugout (retained if confirmed existence), 7. LAGOON: Commercial lagoon (retained if confirmed existence), 8. CANAL-MAJ: Major canal, 9. QUARRY: Quarry (retained if confirmed existence), 10. RESERVOIR: Reservoir (retained if confirmed existence), 11. ICEFIELD: Icefield (retained 459 of 1098 named icefields), 12. LAKE-RECUR: Recurring (intermittent) lake (retained 397 of 108821, which are isolated from bordering LAKE-PER). 13. Removed from data: ISLAND-RECUR: Recurring (intermittent) island in river ISLAND-LAKE: Island in lake ISLAND-RIV: Island in river 14. WETLAND: Wetland (retained 4 of 17022 polygons). Wetland feature types are subjective from original interpretation and were not retained. Wetlands that bordered LAKE-PER features are not required for the purposes of illustrating fish presence. Most original 'interpreted' wetlands may not exist and lack sufficient water for fish.
Process Step:
Process Contact:
Contact Information:
Contact Person Primary:
Contact Person: Chad Sherburne
Contact Organization: Alberta Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta
Contact Position: Resource Data Biologist
Contact Electronic Mail Address: Chad.Sherburne@gov.ab.ca
Process Description: Species Presence is updated from recent input of fisheries inventory survey data. As information is loaded, new information on waterbodies becomes available. 2. Addition of waterbody polygons in the Caribou Mountains area of Alberta.
Source Used Citation Abbreviation: Base Waterbody Polygon
Process Date: 20170823
Process Step:
Process Contact:
Contact Information:
Contact Person Primary:
Contact Person: Chad Sherburne
Contact Organization: Alberta Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta
Contact Position: Resource Data Biologist
Contact Electronic Mail Address: Chad.Sherburne@gov.ab.ca
Process Description: Species Presence is updated from recent input of fisheries inventory survey data, current as of January 8, 2018.
Process Date: 20180108
Process Step:
Process Description: May, 2018 iteration includes corrected stocked pond locations and the delineation of previously unmapped waterbodies
Process Date: 20180518
Process Contact:
Contact Information:
Contact Person Primary:
Contact Person: Chad Sherburne
Contact Organization: Alberta Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta
Contact Position: Resource Data Biologist
Contact Electronic Mail Address: Chad.Sherburne@gov.ab.ca
Spatial Data Organization Information:
Direct Spatial Reference Method: Vector
Point and Vector Object Information:
SDTS Terms Description:
SDTS Point and Vector Object Type: GT-polygon composed of chains
Point and Vector Object Count: 99741
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
Planar Coordinate Information:
Planar Coordinate Encoding Method: coordinate pair
Coordinate Representation:
Abscissa Resolution: 0.0001
Ordinate Resolution: 0.0001
Planar Distance Units: meter
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: FWMIS Hydrology Polygons
Entity Type Definition: Feature Class
Entity Type Definition Source: Feature Class
Attribute:
Attribute Label: Shape
Attribute Definition: Feature geometry.
Attribute Definition Source: Esri
Attribute Domain Values:
Unrepresentable Domain: Coordinates defining the features.
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:
Attribute Label: WB_ID
Attribute Definition: FWMIS Waterbody ID's are unique values assigned to waterbodies with fish or fish habitat survey information (both current and historic).
Attribute Measurement Frequency: None planned
Attribute Definition Source: FWMIS Waterbody ID
Attribute:
Attribute Label: Name
Attribute Definition: Waterbody Official or Common Name
Attribute Definition Source: Alberta Geographic Names System name as per the Base Features Single Line Network NAME attribute.
Attribute:
Attribute Label: HUC_8
Attribute Definition: Hydrologic Unit Coded (HUC) Watersheds of Alberta are successively smaller hydrologic units that nest within larger hydrologic units, creating a hierarchical watershed boundary dataset. Existing high resolution watersheds or catchment polygons are collated into larger watershed units to achieve the hierarchical, nested polygon data set.
Attribute Definition Source: Hydrologic Unit Coded (HUC) Watershed
Attribute:
Attribute Label: Hydro_Code
Attribute Definition: Hydrocode is composed of three basic parts: a four-digit numeric prefix that identifies the connection of the waterway outside of the province, a numeric string of variable length composed of a series of one or more five-digit (for most connections) units and an optional numeric suffix (to identify a specific point on a waterway). These three components are used to fully identify the connectivity of any given waterway within the province and externally to an oceanic outflow and the percentage distances of parent-child connections (confluences) within the network.
Attribute Definition Source: Hydro Code
Attribute:
Attribute Label: Feature_Type
Attribute Definition: General description of the stream arc type.
Attribute Definition Source: Feature Type
Attribute Domain Values:
Enumerated Domain:
Enumerated Domain Value: CANAL-MAJ
Enumerated Domain Value Definition: Major canal, a man made watercourse built to convey water for irrigation, greater than 20 metres in width and 500 metres in length. The banks are reinforced, and usually well maintained.
Enumerated Domain Value Definition Source: Base Features Specifications
Enumerated Domain:
Enumerated Domain Value: DUGOUT
Enumerated Domain Value Definition: an artificial depression, constructed on agricultural land, to catch run off water for use by livestock.
Enumerated Domain Value Definition Source: Base Features Specifications
Enumerated Domain:
Enumerated Domain Value: ICEFIELD
Enumerated Domain Value Definition: an area of permanent ice found in mountainous terrain. The minimum areal size for capture is 10 hectares
Enumerated Domain Value Definition Source: Base Features Specifications
Enumerated Domain:
Enumerated Domain Value: ISLAND-LAKE
Enumerated Domain Value Definition: Island in a perennial lake, a body of land surrounded by water or marsh, having the presence of rock, earth, and/or vegetation. The minimum areal size for capture is 1600 square metres
Enumerated Domain Value Definition Source: Base Features Specifications
Enumerated Domain:
Enumerated Domain Value: ISLAND-RIV
Enumerated Domain Value Definition: Island in a river, a body of land surrounded by water or marsh, situated between the banks of a river, and having the presence of rock, earth, and/or vegetation. The minimum areal size for capture is 1600 square metres
Enumerated Domain Value Definition Source: Base Features Specifications
Enumerated Domain:
Enumerated Domain Value: LAGOON
Enumerated Domain Value Definition: an artificial depression, constructed to contain effluent or water for commercial, industrial or waste water treatment. The minimum areal size for capture is one hectare.
Enumerated Domain Value Definition Source: Base Features Specifications
Enumerated Domain:
Enumerated Domain Value: LAKE-PER
Enumerated Domain Value Definition: Perennial lake, a body of water situated in a depression of the earth's surface, usually having a well-defined open water area and shoreline. The minimum areal size for capture is one hectare
Enumerated Domain Value Definition Source: Base Features Specifications
Enumerated Domain:
Enumerated Domain Value: LAKE-RECUR
Enumerated Domain Value Definition: Recurring lake, a body of water (intermittent) situated in a depression of the earth's surface, which is usually dry at some time during the year, and may also include wetland features associated with the transition of a former perennial lake to a marsh. The minimum areal size for capture is one hectare
Enumerated Domain Value Definition Source: Base Features Specifications
Enumerated Domain:
Enumerated Domain Value: OXBOW-PER
Enumerated Domain Value Definition: Perennial oxbow, a crescent shaped lake or pond by the side of a river, formed as a result of the cutting through of a meander neck, and the silting of the backwater. Perennial oxbows contain water during the whole year. The minimum length for capture/update is 500 metres and greater than 20 metres in width. The minimum areal size for capture is one hectare. The minimum areal size for capture is one hectare
Enumerated Domain Value Definition Source: Base Features Specifications
Enumerated Domain:
Enumerated Domain Value: OXBOW-RECUR
Enumerated Domain Value Definition: Recurring oxbow, a crescent shaped lake or pond by the side of a river, formed as a result of the cutting through of a meander neck, and the silting of the backwater. Recurring (Intermittent) oxbows do not contain water during the dry periods of the year. The minimum length for capture/update is 500 metres and greater than 20 metres in width. The minimum areal size for capture is one hectare. The minimum areal size for capture is one hectare
Enumerated Domain Value Definition Source: Base Features Specifications
Enumerated Domain:
Enumerated Domain Value: QUARRY
Enumerated Domain Value Definition: an open excavation that is partially or wholly filled with water, greater than 1 hectare
Enumerated Domain Value Definition Source: Base Features Specifications
Enumerated Domain:
Enumerated Domain Value: RESERVOIR
Enumerated Domain Value Definition: a body of water created by excavation or man-made damming of a river or stream, greater than 1 hectare
Enumerated Domain Value Definition Source: Base Features Specifications
Enumerated Domain:
Enumerated Domain Value: RIV-MAJ
Enumerated Domain Value Definition: Major river, a natural flowing hydrographic feature which has banks that are an average of 20 metres or greater in width and 500 metres in length
Enumerated Domain Value Definition Source: Base Features Specifications
Enumerated Domain:
Enumerated Domain Value: WETLAND
Enumerated Domain Value Definition: an area of low lying terrain which has shallow water most of the year and typically has varying heights of vegetation cover and may have some open water areas. Swamps, bogs, marshes, and muskegs fall into this category. Wetland features were only captured in the 1:20 000 mapping program where wetland was a significant hydrographic feature
Enumerated Domain Value Definition Source: Base Features Specifications
Enumerated Domain:
Enumerated Domain Value: ISLAND-RECUR
Enumerated Domain Value Definition: Recurring island, an area of land, greater than 1600 square metres in size, situated in a lake or river. Recurring (Intermittent) islands are subject to periodic inundation and usually have a poorly defined shoreline. Intermittent islands are differentiated from sandbars by the presence of extensive rock, earth, and/or vegetation
Enumerated Domain Value Definition Source: Base Features Specifications
Attribute:
Attribute Label: TTM_X
Attribute Definition: Universal Transverse Mercator map projection.
Attribute Definition Source: TTM: AEP_Forest
Attribute:
Attribute Label: TTM_Y
Attribute Definition Source: TTM: AEP_Forest
Attribute Definition: Universal Transverse Mercator map projection.
Attribute:
Attribute Label: GlobalID
Attribute Definition Source: Global ID
Attribute:
Attribute Label: SPECIES_PRES
Attribute Measurement Frequency: Unknown
Attribute Definition Source: FWMIS Inventory
Attribute Definition: Fish Species Presence. Does not constitute species absence, but rather fish species positively identified from fish survey information contained in FWMIS. This field represents a recorded species at a particular time, and does not replace what species may, or may not occur in new inventories conducted at a particular site. It is important to note species presence information is temporally and spatially sensitive. The term "NO FISH SAMPLED TO DATE" is the result of either 1) no fisheries inventories conducted (current or historic), or 2) no fish species was identified/captured/measured at time of survey.
Attribute:
Attribute Label: Shape_Length
Attribute Definition: Length of feature in internal units.
Attribute Definition Source: Esri
Attribute Domain Values:
Unrepresentable Domain: Positive real numbers that are automatically generated.
Attribute:
Attribute Label: Shape_Area
Attribute Definition: Area of feature in internal units squared.
Attribute Definition Source: Esri
Attribute Domain Values:
Unrepresentable Domain: Positive real numbers that are automatically generated.
Attribute:
Attribute Label: Hectares
Distribution Information:
Distributor:
Contact Information:
Contact Organization Primary:
Contact Organization: Alberta Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta
Contact Position: Data Distribution Unit, Information and Data Provisioning Services, Informatics Branch, Corporate Services Division
Contact Address:
Address Type: mailing address
Address: 14th Floor Oxbridge Place
City: Edmonton
State or Province: Alberta
Postal Code: T5K 2J6
Country: Canada
Address: 9820-106 Street NW
Contact Voice Telephone: 7804277374
Contact Facsimile Telephone: 7804220712
Contact Electronic Mail Address: AEP.Data@gov.ab.ca
Contact Instructions: This is the point of contact regarding distribution of the data set. Queries about distribution of the data set submitted through facsimile or electronic mail must include the salutation "Attention: Alberta Environment and Parks; Dataset: Fisheries and Wildlife Management Information System - Hydrology Polygons".
Hours: 08:15 to 16:30, Monday to Friday
Distribution Liability: The user agrees that the information and each part thereof, any formatting or presentation thereof, any storage media on which it is provided, and any communication of any kind, incidental or in relation thereto, is provided to the user by the Minister and the Crown without warranty or representation as to any matter including but not limited to whether the information and storage media is correct, accurate or free from error, defect, danger, or hazard, and whether it is otherwise useful or suitable for any use the user may make of it. The Crown in right of Alberta, the Minister and her employees and agents, shall not be liable for any claims, costs, losses, or damages, including any special, indirect, incidental or consequential loss or damage, which the user may incur or experience as a result of the use or possession of the information or associated storage media.
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Available Time Period:
Time Period Information:
Single Date/Time:
Calendar Date: Monday to Friday
Time of Day: 08:15 to 16:30
Metadata Reference Information:
Metadata Date: 20180108
Metadata Contact:
Contact Information:
Contact Position: Resource Data Biologist
Contact Electronic Mail Address: Chad.Sherburne@gov.ab.ca
Contact Person Primary:
Contact Person: Chad Sherburne
Contact Organization: Alberta Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta
Contact Address:
Address Type: mailing and physical address
Address: Great West Life Building
City: Edmonton
State or Province: Alberta
Postal Code: T5K 2M4
Country: Canada
Address: 9920 - 108 Street NW
Contact Instructions: This is the point of contact regarding the metadata for the data set. Queries about the metadata for the data set submitted through facsimile or electronic mail must include the salutation "Attention: Alberta Environment and Parks; Dataset: Fisheries and Wildlife Management Information System - Hydrology Polygons". For Distribution Information contact instructions, refer to the Distribution Information section of this metadata record.
Metadata Standard Name: FGDC Content Standard for Digital Geospatial Metadata
Metadata Standard Version: FGDC-STD-001-1998
Metadata Time Convention: local time

ESRI Metadata

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