MTA - Mineral Mining Divisions with Codes

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Published by the Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources - Mineral Titles
Licensed under Open Government Licence - British Columbia

This view holds administrative areas for historic mining divisions that were once used in the Province of British Columbia with the addition of mining division codes. These boundaries are no longer used for current administration; however, they are necessary when submitting the title page for your Technical Work Report: more information on ARIS Reports www.empr.gov.bc.ca/Mining/Geoscience/ARIS). They can also be used to reference historical records.

Data and Resources

Dataset Extent

Latitude: 48.0° to 60.0°
Longitude: -139.5° to -113.5°

Additional Information

Purpose

The Mining Division spatial information is made available for public viewing, plus the up-to-date tenures are available for download for Free Miner Certificate (FMC) holders, contractors, basic/business BCeID and Government.

Data Quality
Lineage Statement

Contact Information

NameKaren Samuelson (pointOfContact)
Emailmineral.titles@gov.bc.ca
OrganizationMinistry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources
Sub-OrganizationMineral Titles

Access & Security

Who can view this dataset? Public
Who can download this dataset?Public

Metadata Information

Record Published 2013-11-14
Record Last Modified 2019-05-04
Resource Status completed

Object Description

Object Name: WHSE_MINERAL_TENURE.MTA_MINING_DIVISION_SVW

Short Name: MTMNNGDVS1
Comments: MTA_MINING_DIVISION_SVW holds administrative areas for historic mining divisions that were once used in the Province of British Columbia. These boundaries are no longer used for current administration; however, they are necessary when submitting the title page of a Technical Work Report. They can also be used to reference historical records.

Column Name Short Name Data Type Data Precision Comments
MTA_MINING_DIVISION_CODE MINDIV_CD NUMBER 2 The mining division number with a range value of : 1-24. Examples of possible codes are : 1=ALBERNI, 2=ATLIN, 3=CARIBOO, 4=CLINTON, 5=FORT STEELE.
UPDATE_USERID UD_USERID VARCHAR2 30 The USERID of the individual who last updated the information.
UPDATE_TIMESTAMP UD_TIMSTMP DATE 7 The date and time the record was last changed.
ENTRY_USERID ENT_USRID VARCHAR2 30 The USERID of the individual who entered the information.
ENTRY_TIMESTAMP TIMESTAMP DATE 7 The date and time the information was entered.
SDGW_SRC_FID SDGW_SCFID NUMBER 9 SDGW_SRC_FID represents the start time of the SDGW replication process. Note that this is not the time at which this particular feature was actually replicated; rather it is the start time of the replication process as a whole.
SDGW_REPL_TIME SDGW_REPTM DATE 7 SDGW_REPL_TIME Identifies the source feature from which this feature was copied. Set to the value of the GEMETRY attribute of the source feature.
DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTIN VARCHAR2 500 Mining division name.
EFFECTIVE_DATE EFFECT_DT DATE 7 The date this record became effective.
EXPIRY_DATE EXPIRY_DT DATE 7 The date this record expires.
ACTIVE_STATUS ACT_STATUS VARCHAR2 1 A = Active, I = Inactive
FEATURE_CODE FEAT_CODE VARCHAR2 10 A feature code is most importantly a means of linking a features to its name and definition.
GEOMETRY GEOMETRY SDO_GEOMETRY 64 GEOMETRY is the column used to reference the spatial coordinates defining the feature.
FEATURE_AREA_SQM NUMBER 19
FEATURE_LENGTH_M NUMBER 19
OBJECTID OBJECTID NUMBER 38 OBJECTID is a required attribute of feature classes and object classes in a geodatabase.
SE_ANNO_CAD_DATA BLOB 4000

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