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DIG 2018-0014

Land Disturbances of the Upper Peace Region of Alberta, Derived from 1985 to 2015 Landsat Multispectral Data (image data, TIFF format)

Land Disturbances of the Upper Peace Region of Alberta, Derived from 1985 to 2015 Landsat Multispectral Data (image data, TIFF format) Disturbances were detected through time-series comparison of the selected datasets, classified based on the time ... Show Abstract

Chowdhury, S.  Chao, D.K.  Shipman, T.C.  2018-11-30

DIG 2018-0009

Time-Series Land-use/Land-cover Classifications of the Cold Lake Oil Sands Area of Alberta, Derived from 1985 to 2016 Landsat Multispectral Data (image data, TIFF format)

Time-Series Land-use/Land-cover Classifications of the Cold Lake Oil Sands Area of Alberta, Derived from 1985 to 2016 Landsat Multispectral Data (image data, TIFF format) The time-series are stacked to create a 16-band TIFF image with each band ... Show Abstract

Chowdhury, S.  Chao, D.K.  2018-09-11

DIG 2017-0023

Time-Series Land-use/Land-cover Classifications of the Athabasca Oil Sands Surface Mineable Area Derived from Landsat Multispectral Data; 1985 to 2015 (Image data, TIFF format)

Time-Series Land-use/Land-cover Classifications of the Athabasca Oil Sands Surface Mineable Area Derived from Landsat Multispectral Data; 1985 to 2015 (Image data, TIFF format) The time-series land classification raster data of the oil sands ... Show Abstract

Chowdhury, S.  Chao, D.K.  2017-09-11

DIG 2017-0022

Time-Series Land Change Detection of the Athabasca Oil Sands Surface Mineable Area Derived from Landsat Multispectral Data; 1985 to 2015 (Image data, TIFF format)

Abstract: The time-series land change detection data of the oil sands surface mineable area were derived from Landsat multispectral data. They contain 2 classes: 1 - land disturbance and 2 - vegetation recovery. These categories can be used as baseline data for planning, managing, and monitoring surface infrastructure needs and impacts. The oil sands surface mineable area, Township 89 to 103, Range 3 to 14, west of the 4th Meridian, falls within the Lower Athabasca Regional Plan (LARP) area. As part of Alberta’s Land-use Framework, LARP was developed in 2012 to set the stage for robust growth, vibrant communities and a healthy environment within the region. One of its implementation objectives is to balance the economic development of oil sands and impacts on ecosystem and environment. This is to be achieved through enhanced science-based monitoring for improved characterization of the environment and collection of the information necessary to understand cumulative effects. The time-series are stacked to create a 6-band TIFF image with each band representing a change period. Place Keywords 74d 74e 84h alberta athabasca oil sands area canada Theme Keywords change detection gis data land disturbance land use landsat raster grid remote sensing vegetation recovery

Chowdhury, S.  Chao, D.K.  2017-09-11

DIG 2018-0003

Land-use/Land-cover Classifications of the Upper Peace Region of Alberta, Derived from 2017 Sentinel-2 Multispectral Data (image data, TIFF format)

Land-use/Land-cover Classifications of the Upper Peace Region of Alberta, Derived from 2017 Sentinel-2 Multispectral Data (image data, TIFF format) Place Keywords 83e 83f 83k 83l 83m 83n 84c 84d 84e 84f alberta canada Theme Keywords land ... Show Abstract

Chowdhury, S.  Chao, D.K.  2018-05-09

DIG 2018-0004

Time-Series Land-use/Land-cover Classifications of the Upper Peace Region of Alberta, Derived from 1985 to 2015 Landsat Multispectral Data (image data, TIFF format)

Time-Series Land-use/Land-cover Classifications of the Upper Peace Region of Alberta, Derived from 1985 to 2015 Landsat Multispectral Data (image data, TIFF format) The time-series are stacked to create a 7-band TIFF image with each band ... Show Abstract

Chowdhury, S.  Chao, D.K.  2018-05-09

DIG 2016-0044

Relative Landslide Susceptibility Model of the Alberta Plains and Shield Regions (gridded data, geotiff format)

Importantly, it does not evaluate the probability of landslide occurrence over any specific period of time, nor does it evaluate the magnitude or impact of any potential landslide activity. [...]the model results should not be interpreted for the ... Show Abstract

Pawley, S.  Hartman, G.M.D.  Chao, D.K.  2016-12-15