• Natural Resources

    Hydrometric data

    Height of Gauge (Stage): The height of the water above a set reference level measured in metres (m). The river stage is related to discharge but not equivalent and more...
    • csv
    • Record Published: 2019-05-01
    • Natural Resources

    Groundwater Observation Wells Locations Base Map (Web Map)

    A Web Map hosted on the BC MapHub that provides public access to information related to groundwater observation well attribute information with direct links to data downloads...
    • Record Published: 2017-11-29
    • Natural Resources

    Groundwater Level Data Interactive Map

    An interactive map that provides access to groundwater level data collected from observation wells throughout the provincial network. The map data is published under the Open...
    • Record Published: 2017-11-08
    • Natural Resources

    Provincial Groundwater Observation Well Network - Groundwater Levels data

    The British Columbia Provincial Groundwater Observation Well Network (PGOWN) is comprised of groundwater level and chemistry monitoring stations which are cooperatively operated...
    • csv
    • Record Published: 2016-05-06
    • Health and Safety

    Borehole Log Lithology Public View

    Contains data on lithology, hydraulic conductivity and water levels, taken from borehole logs. This layer is a point feature and available to Public.
    • other
    • wms
    • kml
    • Record Published: 2015-04-13
    • Health and Safety

    Borehole Log Lithology

    Contains data on lithology, hydraulic conductivity and water levels, taken from borehole logs. This layer is a point feature.
    • other
    • Record Published: 2015-04-13
    • Natural Resources

    Monthly Water Levels in Groundwater Observation Wells

    This dataset supports the 'Long-term Trends in groundwater levels in B.C.' indicator published by Environmental Reporting BC in 2014. The data include monthly median groundwater...
    • csv
    • Record Published: 2014-06-24
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