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Bioslide points are used to show the locations of bioslides associated with particular shorezone shoreunits.
Bioslide Points captured using GPS at intervals during the video capture flight were then manually associated with Shorezone phyidents using a series of variably-sized buffers.
This dataset replaces WHSE_ENVIRONMENTAL_MONITORING.SHZN_BIOSLIDE_POINTS.
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|Record Last Modified||2019-05-10|
Object Name: WHSE_ENVIRONMENTAL_MONITORING.SHZN_BIOSLIDE_LOCS_SP
Short Name: SHZN_BS_LC
Comments: Locations of bioslides including links to photos depicting the biology of the shoreunits.
|Column Name||Short Name||Data Type||Data Precision||Comments|
|BIOSLIDE_LOCATION_ID||BSLD_LC_ID||NUMBER||10||BIOSLIDE_LOCATION_ID is a system generated unique identification number supplied by the business area.|
|BIOSLIDE_ID||BSLD_ID||VARCHAR2||35||BIOSLIDE_ID is a unique identifier assigned to a particular bioslide, e.g., GIAVI0021.|
|BIOSLIDE_URL||BSLD_RL||VARCHAR2||254||BIOSLIDE_URL is a link to the photo of the bioslide, e.g., https://pub.data.gov.bc.ca/datasets/fbf59af4-b513-430f-acd0-555b129cf43b/bioslides/MIDC/1997/midc_97_9_0013.jpg|
|LATITUDE||LATITUDE||NUMBER||8||LATITUDE is the geographic coordinate, in decimal degrees (dd.dddddd), of the location of the bioslide at the date and time the bioslide was recorded, as measured from the equator, e.g., 55.323653.|
|LONGITUDE||LONGITUDE||NUMBER||9||LONGITUDE is the geographic coordinate, in decimal degrees (-ddd.dddddd), of the location of the bioslide at the date and time the bioslide was recorded, as measured from the prime meridian, e.g., -123.093544.|
|REGION_ID||REGION_ID||NUMBER||2||REGION_ID is a unique number assigned to a particular region. A region is a large subdivision area of a project used for administrative purposes. The regions are numbered 1 to 13, e.g., 1, 2, 3.|
|SECTION_CODE||SECTION_CD||NUMBER||2||SECTION_CODE is a unique number assigned to a particular section of a region. A section is a subdivision of a region used for administrative purposes, e.g., 1, 2, 3.|
|PROJECT_CODE||PROJECT_CD||VARCHAR2||6||PROJECT_CODE is a unique three- to six-letter acronym code assigned to a particular very large administrative project area in the province of BC. Project codes are used for administrative purposes for the identification and grouping of regions and sections, e.g., WCVI (for West Coast Vancouver Island), MIDC (for MidCoast).|
|BIOAREA_CODE||BIOAREA_CD||VARCHAR2||5||BIOAREA_CODE is a unique two- to five-letter acronym code assigned to a particular large administrative area in the province of BC. The bioareas are very similar to the projects in function but differ in that bioareas divide the province based on the biology of a particular area, e.g., BI (for Burrard Inlet), CC (for Central Coast), SOG (for Strait of Georgia).|
|BIOSLIDE_IMAGE||BSLD_MGE||VARCHAR2||35||BIOSLIDE_IMAGE is a unique name given to the digital version of the bioslide, typically a lower-case concatenation of the project code, a two-digit version of bioslide_loc_year_flown, the numeric portion of the cd_tape_number and phase (if applicable) and a four-digit image sequence number followed by the image extension, e.g., midc_97_9_0013.jpg.|
|TIME_UTC||TIME_UTC||NUMBER||6||TIME_UTC is the time the bioslide location was recorded. The time is documented not as local time, but as Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). The time format used is a variation of the ISO 8601 (basic format) standard, without the Z indicator for UTC and without zero-padded hours, e.g., the time 2:31:57 PM UTC is 143157. Thus, each time is a maximum of 6 digits.|
|DATE_UTC||DATE_UTC||NUMBER||8||DATE_UTC is the date the bioslide location was recorded. The date is documented in the ISO 8601 (basic format) standard, e.g., the date 2009 March 31 is 20090331. Thus, each date is 8 digits long.|
|YEAR_FLOWN||YEAR_FLOWN||NUMBER||4||YEAR_FLOWN is a 4-digit representation of the year the bioslide location was recorded, e.g. 2009.|
|TAPE_NUMBER||TP_NMBR||VARCHAR2||20||TAPE_NUMBER is the original video flight tape designation as recorded in the field and often (but not necessarily) contains references to the project, the year, the project phase, etc., e.g., GINP06_02, JDF07_WC_01, LUCO-001, 1, 2, 3.|
|ORIGINAL_SLIDE_NAME||ORGNL_SLDM||VARCHAR2||35||ORIGINAL_SLIDE_NAME is the name of the bioslide as it was originally captured. The bioslides used a different and inconsistent naming convention across projects when first captured and do not adhere to the naming convention established by the bioslide image attribute. The original slide name is recorded here for historical purposes, e.g., GIAVI23.JPG.|
|SHAPE||SHAPE||SDO_GEOMETRY||1||SHAPE is the column used to reference the spatial coordinates defining the feature.|
|OBJECTID||OBJECTID||NUMBER||38||OBJECTID is a column required by spatial layers that interact with ESRI ArcSDE. It is populated with unique values automatically by SDE.|
|SE_ANNO_CAD_DATA||ANNO_CAD||BLOB||4000||SE_ANNO_CAD_DATA is a binary column used by spatial tools to store annotation, curve features and CAD data when using the SDO_GEOMETRY storage data type.|