Wildlife Species Inventory Survey Observations - Mineral Licks

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Wildlife mineral lick observations in the Peach Region. An observation is made when a surveyor makes a visit to a sampling location (Design Component) on a specific date at a specific time. Each observation may be geo-referenced in itself or simply by association with a specific Design Component. Observations may include information on species, sex, age class, activity, and/or measurements, depending on whether the animal is in-hand or roaming free. Sensitive Information pertains to species at risk that could reasonably be expected to result in damage to the species, the residence of a species or the population, or interfere with the conservation of that species at risk, if it were publicly disclosed.

Data and Resources

Dataset Extent

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

Additional Information

Purpose

The dataset was created to provide better information for wildlife management and the Oil and Gas Commission, the protection of biodiversity and to support the Forest Practice Code. The intent on having a central repository for inventory data is to facilitate the storage and access of inventory results needed to make informed management decisions.

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Contact Information

NameWildlife Species Inventory Mailbox (pointOfContact)
EmailSPI_Mail@gov.bc.ca
OrganizationMinistry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy
Sub-OrganizationKnowledge Management

Access & Security

Who can view this dataset? Named users
Who can download this dataset?Named users

Metadata Information

Record Published 2015-01-05
Record Last Modified 2017-04-12
Resource Status onGoing

Object Description

Object Name: WHSE_WILDLIFE_INVENTORY.SPI_SURVEY_OBS_MINRL_LICKS_SVW

Column Name Short Name Data Type Data Precision Comments
SURVEY_OBSERVATION_ID NUMBER 10
SPECIES_CODE VARCHAR2 35
SPECIES_ENGLISH_NAME VARCHAR2 50
SCIENTIFIC_NAME VARCHAR2 150
OBSERVED_NUMBER NUMBER 5
OBSERVATION_DATETIME DATE 7
OBSERVATION_YEAR NUMBER 4
OBSERVATION_MONTH NUMBER 2
OBSERVATION_DAY NUMBER 2
UTM_ZONE NUMBER 4
UTM_EASTING NUMBER 6
UTM_NORTHING NUMBER 7
UTM_SOURCE VARCHAR2 25
LATITUDE NUMBER 8
LONGITUDE NUMBER 8
PROJECT_NAME VARCHAR2 200
PROJECT_ID NUMBER 10
PROJECT_WEB_PAGE VARCHAR2 255
PROJECT_START_DATE DATE 7
PROJECT_END_DATE DATE 7
PROJECT_LOCATION_DESCRIPTION VARCHAR2 2000
PROJECT_COORDINATOR VARCHAR2 70
FUNDING_SOURCES VARCHAR2 255
REGION VARCHAR2 25
INVENTORY_METHOD VARCHAR2 25
GLOBAL_RANK VARCHAR2 15
PROVINCIAL_RANK VARCHAR2 15
PROVINCIAL_LIST VARCHAR2 15
COSEWIC_CD VARCHAR2 10
COSEWIC_CD_DATE VARCHAR2 11
COSEWIC_COMMENT VARCHAR2 512
ENDEMIC_TO_BC VARCHAR2 3
BREEDS_IN_BC VARCHAR2 1
IDENTIFIED_WILDLIFE_CD VARCHAR2 1
IDENTIFIED_WILDLIFE_DATE VARCHAR2 11
IDENTIFIED_WILDLIFE_COMMENT VARCHAR2 255
WILDLIFE_ACT_STATUS VARCHAR2 15
FURBEARER VARCHAR2 1
ACCIDENTAL_ID NUMBER 1
EXOTIC_ID NUMBER 1
SPECIES_TRACKED_BY_CDC VARCHAR2 3
ELEMENT_OCCURANCE_EXISTS VARCHAR2 3
CF_PRIORITY_HIGHEST VARCHAR2 30
SARA_SCHEDULE VARCHAR2 3
NATIONAL_GENERAL_STATUS VARCHAR2 10
NOTE VARCHAR2 2000
SECURED_FLAG VARCHAR2 1
FEATURE_CODE VARCHAR2 10
GEOMETRY SDO_GEOMETRY 64
OBJECTID NUMBER 38
SE_ANNO_CAD_DATA BLOB 4000