Mineral Land Use and Access Report with GIS Mapping, AME-BC
Allnorth’s Planning, GIS Services and Environmental Services teams participated in this land use research, GIS mapping and reporting project for the Association for Mineral Exploration in BC (AME-BC). Allnorth researched and compiled information about land use in British Columbia (BC), developed that material into a GIS database, created maps, and wrote a preliminary report for their internal use. GIS-related activities included providing mapping products that depicted various land status designations and a GIS database in ArcGIS format that contained geospatial and temporal information reflecting the total land base available for mineral exploration and development.
Allnorth’s responsibilities for this project included:
- Planning services
- GIS mapping and analysis
- Report development and writing
About this mining project
AME BC promotes a healthy, sustainable, and environmentally sound mineral exploration and mining sector in British Columbia. AME BC offers many different resources and publications to members and the general public.
Services in this project
Allnorth's award-winning Municipal Planning team has the advanced skills and creative expertise to design and deliver unique communication products that support planning objectives.
Allnorth’s Environmental Services Group (ESG) comprises scientists, biologists, engineers, technicians, project and construction managers and business professionals. We have the experience and expertise to ensure that your project is planned, implemented and completed safely and sustainably.
Geospatial and Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
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