NCC Canadian Hydrologic Units

Feb 15, 2019 (Last modified Jul 29, 2019)
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This dataset contains the Canadian Hydrographic Units (CHU) for the Northern Appalachian–Acadian Region of Canada and cross-border watersheds of the United States. The CHU layer is a nested watershed classification system that divides and subdivides regions into six successively smaller hydrologic units, each of which is identified by a unique code.
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Nature Conservancy of Canada. (2019). Canadian Hydrographic Units for the Northern Appalachian–Acadian Region of Canada [Vector Digital Data: NCC_CHU_2019.shp]. Atlantic Regional Office. Fredericton, New Brunswick.
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March, 2019
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Noseworthy, J., Millar, W. & Nussey, P. (2019). An Aquatic Connectivity Tool for the Northern Appalachian–Acadian Region of Canada. Nature Conservancy of Canada, Atlantic Regional Office. Fredericton, New Brunswick.
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Nature Conservancy of Canada: Atlantic Region
1350 Regent St., Suite 260,
Fredericton, NB, CANADA
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1-877-231-3552
Science.Atlantic@natureconservancy.ca
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Creative Commons LicenseThis work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 License.
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