Data Basin is a science-based mapping and analysis platform that supports learning, research, and environmental stewardship. Data Basin was built by scientists and educators at the Conservation Biology Institute (CBI) to empower better conservation planning through access to information.
DIEM’s Sensitive Ecosystems and Enduring Features basemap data is posted on Data Basin where its various attributes can be viewed, and filtered or combined with other relevant datasets to produce new views of the Discovery Islands study area. Data Basin is free and provides open access scientifically-grounded datasets in a user-friendly platform that enables people with varying levels of technical expertise to:
• Explore, view, analyze, and share data and maps
• Create and publish custom maps
• Develop analysis tools for community use
• Promote informed participation in conservation and local resource-use decisions.
Although some of DIEM’s important maps are embedded in this DIEM website, for more and different map views, visit Data Basin to discover many more possibilities! You will need to sign in. Please contact us if you want more information or help with getting set up in Data Basin.
Map Layer Data Sets you can find in the DIEM Gallery at www.DataBasin.org
• Property parcels
• Timber supply area
• Provincial parks and protected areas
• Forest tenure cutblock polygons
• Forest tenure managed license
• Tree farm license (TFL)
• Place names and study area boundaries
• Enduring features and primary model inputs
• Land classification
• Timber supply areas and crown energy tenures
• Provincial forest tenures/forest management areas (draft/ BC)
• Permanently protected areas (BC)
• DIEM enduring features boundary
• Climate gradient corridors