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    Sasha Lees;
    Publisher: BC Data Catalogue

    A point coverage of Fish Collection Permit sampling site in the Thompson and Okanagan Regions (formerly Southern Interior Region).

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    Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs;
    Publisher: Ontario Data Catalogue

    [AgriSuite](https://agrisuite.omafra.gov.on.ca/) est l'ensemble d'outils de planification agricole et environnementale du gouvernement de l'Ontario visant la gestion des cultures, la gestion des éléments nutritifs et les distances minimales de séparation. La calculatrice d'éléments nutritifs des cultures est une calculatrice de l'application AgriSuite qui sert à déterminer les besoins en matière d'éléments nutritifs et les valeurs de prélèvement d'éléments nutritifs par une culture pour un champ. Lorsque l'utilisateur entre les données portant sur l'emplacement d'un comté ou d'un canton, les valeurs des résultats d'analyse du sol, la culture prévue et les rendements désirés, l'outil affiche les renseignements relatifs aux besoins en matière d'éléments nutritifs des cultures et au prélèvement d'éléments nutritifs. Les renseignements fournis sont fondés sur les lignes directrices de l'Ontario en matière de données et d'éléments nutritifs. La feuille de calcul des doses d'azote pour le maïs est également intégrée à cette calculatrice. ##Objet Les renseignements fournis par la calculatrice d'éléments nutritifs des cultures aident les producteurs de cultures à déterminer la quantité d'éléments nutritifs qui sont requis en vue de maximiser le rendement économique des cultures. La différence entre les recommandations en matière d'éléments nutritifs d'après les valeurs des résultats d'analyse du sol et les éléments nutritifs prélevés par une culture au moment de sa récolte peut provoquer un déséquilibre en éléments nutritifs sur une période s'échelonnant sur plusieurs rotations culturales. À l'aide de données qui portent sur les champs et les cultures, la calculatrice d'éléments nutritifs des cultures permet d'équilibrer l'ajout d'éléments nutritifs afin de maintenir les niveaux de fertilité du sol à un niveau qui appuie la production agronomique, mais qui réduit au minimum la fertilité excessive du sol qui accroît les risques de perte d'éléments nutritifs pour l'environnement. La calculatrice d'éléments nutritifs des cultures permet aux agriculteurs et aux experts-conseils en productions végétales d'évaluer rapidement et efficacement les besoins en matière d'éléments nutritifs de chaque culture d'une rotation, et d'utiliser ces calculs en vue de déterminer les besoins en matière d'engrais et d'amendement organique, et le calendrier d'épandage. ##Portée Cette calculatrice fait partie de l'ensemble d'outils en ligne AgriSuite. Les calculatrices comprises dans AgriSuite permettent aux producteurs tenus de se conformer aux règlements de l'Ontario en matière de gestion des éléments nutritifs d'élaborer des stratégies et des plans de gestion des éléments nutritifs volontaires et réglementaires. Elles offrent des possibilités de planification et de tenue de registres par ferme/champ en ce qui a trait aux besoins en éléments nutritifs d'un champ ou au prélèvement d'éléments nutritifs d'un champ, et à l'épandage d'engrais et de fumier. Lorsqu'elles sont utilisées conjointement, ces calculatrices peuvent aider à déterminer les pratiques agronomiques et économiques optimales en matière de gestion des éléments nutritifs des cultures. Des indicateurs de risques environnementaux sont compris pour aider à prévenir la perte d'éléments nutritifs des sources d'eau avoisinantes. Pour en savoir plus au sujet de l'ensemble d'outils AgriSuite et de l'utilisation de cette calculatrice, veuillez cliquer [ici](http://www.omafra.gov.on.ca/french/nm/nman/agrisuite.htm). ##Impacts possibles Les décisions prises à l'aide de la calculatrice d'éléments nutritifs aideront à déterminer les champs ayant besoin d'éléments nutritifs provenant d'engrais ou d'amendements organiques en vue d'optimiser le rendement économique des cultures, tout en réduisant au minimum les répercussions défavorables sur l'environnement. Les décisions prises en se fondant sur les résultats fournis par les calculatrices combinées peuvent cibler les endroits où l'épandage d'éléments nutritifs produira le meilleur rendement économique et améliorer les bilans des éléments nutritifs par l'évaluation des besoins d'une culture sur un cycle de rotation ou sur plusieurs saisons de croissance, tout en tenant compte de la santé des sources d'eau avoisinantes. ##Politiques d'utilisation à l'interne L'utilisateur peut sauvegarder, partager et imprimer ces renseignements. Ceux ci ne sont accessibles qu'aux personnes choisies par l'utilisateur. Le personnel du gouvernement a accès à cette calculatrice et à cet ensemble d'outils, et s'en sert pour appuyer l'élaboration de politiques ou les activités de gestion des interventions d'urgence. Il n'y aucune exigence ou orientation sur la question de savoir quand, comment ou si ces outils devraient être utilisés. L'équipe de gestion des éléments nutritifs du ministère de l'Agriculture, de l'Alimentation et des Affaires rurales (MAAARO) utilise souvent les outils AgriSuite au moment de procéder à l'examen des plans et stratégies présentés. Pour en savoir plus au sujet du programme de gestion des éléments nutritifs de l'Ontario, veuillez cliquer [ici]( http://www.omafra.gov.on.ca/french/agops/index.htm). ##Description technique La calculatrice d'éléments nutritifs des cultures a été élaborée par le MAAARO. Elle utilise des bases de données fondées sur des données scientifiques, et des données de laboratoire et de terrain recueillies, ou qui sont propres à la province de l'Ontario. Les lignes directrices relatives aux éléments nutritifs sont actualisées pour l'ensemble des champs et des cultures horticoles. AgriSuite est un navigateur Web qui permet aux utilisateurs d'effectuer rapidement des calculs ou d'ouvrir une session à titre d'utilisateur authentifié en vue de sauvegarder et possiblement de partager leurs travaux avec les personnes de leur choix. ##Outils connexes * [Calculatrice d'engrais – outil AgriSuite]( https://data.ontario.ca/fr/dataset/fertilizer-calculator-agrisuite-tool) * [Plan de gestion du champ – outil AgriSuite]( https://data.ontario.ca/fr/dataset/field-management-plan-agrisuite-tool) * [Calculatrice d'amendements organiques – outil AgriSuite]( https://data.ontario.ca/fr/dataset/organic-amendment-calculator-agrisuite-tool) * [Calculatrice de perte de phosphore (PLATO) – outil AgriSuite]( https://data.ontario.ca/fr/dataset/phosphorus-loss-plato-calculator-agrisuite-tool) [AgriSuite](https://agrisuite.omafra.gov.on.ca/) is the Ontario government's agricultural and environmental suite of tools related to crop management, nutrient management and minimum distance separation The Crop Nutrient Calculator is a calculator within AgriSuite that is used to determine crop nutrient needs and crop nutrient removal for a field. When county/township location, soil test values, planned crop and yield goal are provided, the crop nutrient needs and nutrient removal information is displayed. The information provided is based on Ontario data and nutrient guidelines. The corn nitrogen calculator is also incorporated into this calculator. ##Purpose The information provided by the Crop Nutrient Calculator helps crop producers determine the amount of nutrients that are required to maximize economic crop yields. The difference between nutrient recommendations from soil test values and nutrients removed by a crop at harvest can lead to nutrient imbalances over a period of several crop rotations. Using field and crop data the Crop Nutrient calculator helps to balance nutrient applications to maintain soil fertility levels in a range that supports agronomic production but minimizes excessive soil fertility that increases risk of nutrient loss to the environment. The Crop Nutrient calculator allows farmers and crop consultants to quickly and easily assess nutrient requirements for each crop in the rotation and use these calculations to project fertilizer and amendment needs and application schedules. ##Reach This calculator is a part of the AgriSuite online set of tools. Calculators in AgriSuite are used to develop both voluntary and regulatory Nutrient Management Strategies and Plans for producers needing to comply with Ontario's Nutrient Management regulations. They provide opportunities for planning and recordkeeping on a farm/field basis for crop nutrient needs/removal, fertilizer and manure application. When used together, these calculators can help determine best agronomic and economic practices with respect to crop nutrient management. Environmental risk indicators are included to help prevent nutrient loss to nearby water sources. Learn more about the AgriSuite tool set and the use of this calculator [here](http://www.omafra.gov.on.ca/english/nm/nman/agrisuite.htm#1). ##Potential impacts Decisions made from using the crop nutrient calculator will help determine which fields require nutrients from fertilizer and/or organic amendments to maximize economic crop yield while minimizing negative environmental impact. Decisions made based on the results of the combined calculators have the capacity to target nutrients to where economic return is highest and to improve nutrient balances by examining crop needs over a crop rotation or multiple growing seasons while considering the health of nearby water sources. ##Internal use policies The information can be saved, shared and printed by the user. Information is not accessible to anyone beyond those selected by the user. Government staff have access to this calculator and tool set to help support policy development and emergency management response activities. There are no requirements or guidance on when, how or if these tools should be used. The Nutrient Management team at OMAFRA often uses AgriSuite tools when reviewing submitted plans and strategies. Learn more about Ontario's Nutrient Management program [here](http://www.omafra.gov.on.ca/english/agops/index.html). ##Technical description The Crop Nutrient calculator was developed by OMAFRA, it uses databases based on science, field and lab data collected or relevant to the province of Ontario. Nutrient guidelines are current for all field and horticultural crops. AgriSuite is an on-line web browser based product that allows users to complete calculations quickly or alternatively sign in as an authenticated user to save and potentially share their work with people they choose. ##Related Tools * [Fertilizer Calculator – AgriSuite Tool](https://data.ontario.ca/dataset/fertilizer-calculator-agrisuite-tool) * [Field Management Plan – AgriSuite Tool]( https://data.ontario.ca/dataset/field-management-plan-agrisuite-tool) * [Phosphorus Loss (PLATO) Calculator – AgriSuite Tool]( https://data.ontario.ca/dataset/phosphorus-loss-plato-calculator-agrisuite-tool) * [Organic Amendment Calculator - AgriSuite Tool]( https://data.ontario.ca/dataset/organic-amendment-calculator-agrisuite-tool)

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    Michael Burwash; Chris Ens;
    Publisher: BC Data Catalogue

    TOPOGRAPHIC UNGULATE WINTER RANGE FORAGE CAPABILITY MODEL VERSION 1 FOR THE MERRITT FOREST DISTRICT

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    Schütt, Eike M.; Lehmann, Moritz K.; Hieronymi, Martin; Dare, James; Krasemann, Hajo; Hitchcock, Darryn; Platt, Amy; Amai, Klay; McKelvey, Tasman;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    rotorua_chl_fields_2015-2020.nc is a time-series of 283 Chl fields of the Rotorua lakes (New Zealand) derived from Sentinel-2 MSI images with a regionalization of the C2RCC algorithm in a 60 m resolution. It also includes C2RCC and Idepix masks as well as a shoreline-and-shallow-water-buffer for flexible quality flagging. rotorua_chl_spatial_variability.tif is a GeoTIFF that illustrates the representativeness of each grid cell for the Chl distribution in each lake and thus indicates recurring spatial patterns. The file contains three bands that contain the relative frequency (in %) the Chl concentration in a grid cell was within 5 % to either side of the lower quartile (25 % percentile, first band), the median (second band) and the upper quartile (75 % percentile, third band) of the lakes Chl distribution. rotorua_insitu_chl_2015-2019.csv contains 831 in-situ Chl measurements of the monthly Bay of Plenty water quality monitoring programme and samplings by Moritz Lehmann from 12 of the Rotorua lakes collected between 2015 and 2019. shoreline_shallow_water_buffer.zip contains a shapefile with polygons of the “optically deep” areas of all Rotorua lakes to remove areas contaminated by bottom reflectance in remote sensing products. Each polygon has a 120 m shoreline buffer to avoid mixed land-water pixels and reduce adjacency effects. It further excludes lake areas shallower than the 95 %-quantile of all Secchi depth measurements of the Bay of Plenty water quality monitoring programme.

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    Jara, Antonio; Parra, Maria Concepcion; Skarmeta, Antonio;
    Country: Switzerland

    Internet of things extends the capabilities to identify products with new technologies such as near field communication, radio-frequency identification, quick response code and with existing identification technologies such as barcode. Identification allows to retrieve extended information and knowledge of the products. Thereby, customers are able to retrieve and share knowledge among the different products. This work presents the participative marketing as the evolution from the social media marketing toward the active participation from the prosumers and the empowerment of the marketing with the collective intelligence. Thereby, participative marketing enables new interaction and participation models based on the ubiquitous identification. This has been evaluated in a social platform, which integrates the knowledge and experiences from the customers, and in a mobile platform, which interacts with the products through the mentioned identification technologies.

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    Kumar, Sushil;
    Publisher: University of Toronto Dataverse

    A research study on organizational change, specifically in the Forest Department, India. The questionnaire survey included questions on opinions on a series of statements about the forest department and the experience of working in it. Additional variables include information about service career, demographics, family, educational background, and home environment. Research in completion of Ph.D.(Forestry) program requirements, University of Toronto

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    Wagner-Riddle, Claudia;
    Publisher: University of Guelph Dataverse

    This project involves the measurement of nitrous oxide fluxes from agricultural sources focussing on the interaction of crop management practices and weather and the subsequent effect on nitrous oxide emissions. The objective of this study were (1) to evaluate the magnitude of nitrous oxide emissions reduction due to best management practices in comparison to conventional management practices and (2) to study the seasonal variability in reduction of emissions due to the interaction between management and weather. This dataset is part of a long-term assessment measuring nitrous oxide emissions over a five year period (2000-2005). The data was collected within four experimental plots located at the Elora Research Station in Southern Ontario, Canada. Experimental plots consisted of two management systems: conventional practice (plots 1 and 4) and best management practice (plots 2 and 3). Data collected consists of meteorological data including vector data, crop height, crop yield measurements, plant matter and soil mineral nitrogen accumulations, nitrous oxide flux, soil bulk density, soil moisture content, soil temperature, as well as auxillary data including plot description/history information and instrument placement (i.e. placement and height). This study includes only the soil data collected between 2000 and 2005 and consists of original measurements and analyzed data for bulk density calculations, microbial biomass carbon and nitrogen measurements, mass spectrometry data, and soil nitrogen measurements.

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    Priebe, Julian; Swiatek, Klaudia; Vidinha, Margarida; Vaduva, Maria-Roxana; Tiits, Mihkel; Sorescu, Tiberius-George; Malheiro, Benedita; Castro Ribeiro, Maria Cristina de; Justo, Jorge; Silva, Manuel F.; +2 more
    Publisher: Springer
    Country: Portugal

    In the spring of 2020, six undergraduate students from diverse countries and engineering fields decided to design together a solution to monitor the elderly. This project was performed as part of the European Project Semester (EPS) programme at Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto (ISEP). The EM-BRACE solution encompasses two interconnected devices (a home station and a bracelet) and mobile/Web twin applications. The bracelet measures and transmits vital user data (pulse, temperature and impacts) to the home station, whereas the latter measures home environment parameters (temperature, humidity and pressure) and sends local and bracelet data to an Internet of Things (IoT) platform. This way, these data become accessible via the mobile/Web application. Thereby, EM-BRACE monitors the health and environment of the elderly and timely notifies caregivers about problems, contributing to the well-being of the elderly and their families. This work was partially financed by National Funds through the FCT – Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology) within project UIDB/50014/2020.

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    John Surgenor; Chris Ens;
    Publisher: BC Data Catalogue

    Mountain Goat Winter Range within the Southern Interior Region.

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    Sasha Lees;
    Publisher: BC Data Catalogue

    Special fish stock areas for the Okanagan TSA.

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    Sasha Lees;
    Publisher: BC Data Catalogue

    A point coverage of Fish Collection Permit sampling site in the Thompson and Okanagan Regions (formerly Southern Interior Region).

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    Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs;
    Publisher: Ontario Data Catalogue

    [AgriSuite](https://agrisuite.omafra.gov.on.ca/) est l'ensemble d'outils de planification agricole et environnementale du gouvernement de l'Ontario visant la gestion des cultures, la gestion des éléments nutritifs et les distances minimales de séparation. La calculatrice d'éléments nutritifs des cultures est une calculatrice de l'application AgriSuite qui sert à déterminer les besoins en matière d'éléments nutritifs et les valeurs de prélèvement d'éléments nutritifs par une culture pour un champ. Lorsque l'utilisateur entre les données portant sur l'emplacement d'un comté ou d'un canton, les valeurs des résultats d'analyse du sol, la culture prévue et les rendements désirés, l'outil affiche les renseignements relatifs aux besoins en matière d'éléments nutritifs des cultures et au prélèvement d'éléments nutritifs. Les renseignements fournis sont fondés sur les lignes directrices de l'Ontario en matière de données et d'éléments nutritifs. La feuille de calcul des doses d'azote pour le maïs est également intégrée à cette calculatrice. ##Objet Les renseignements fournis par la calculatrice d'éléments nutritifs des cultures aident les producteurs de cultures à déterminer la quantité d'éléments nutritifs qui sont requis en vue de maximiser le rendement économique des cultures. La différence entre les recommandations en matière d'éléments nutritifs d'après les valeurs des résultats d'analyse du sol et les éléments nutritifs prélevés par une culture au moment de sa récolte peut provoquer un déséquilibre en éléments nutritifs sur une période s'échelonnant sur plusieurs rotations culturales. À l'aide de données qui portent sur les champs et les cultures, la calculatrice d'éléments nutritifs des cultures permet d'équilibrer l'ajout d'éléments nutritifs afin de maintenir les niveaux de fertilité du sol à un niveau qui appuie la production agronomique, mais qui réduit au minimum la fertilité excessive du sol qui accroît les risques de perte d'éléments nutritifs pour l'environnement. La calculatrice d'éléments nutritifs des cultures permet aux agriculteurs et aux experts-conseils en productions végétales d'évaluer rapidement et efficacement les besoins en matière d'éléments nutritifs de chaque culture d'une rotation, et d'utiliser ces calculs en vue de déterminer les besoins en matière d'engrais et d'amendement organique, et le calendrier d'épandage. ##Portée Cette calculatrice fait partie de l'ensemble d'outils en ligne AgriSuite. Les calculatrices comprises dans AgriSuite permettent aux producteurs tenus de se conformer aux règlements de l'Ontario en matière de gestion des éléments nutritifs d'élaborer des stratégies et des plans de gestion des éléments nutritifs volontaires et réglementaires. Elles offrent des possibilités de planification et de tenue de registres par ferme/champ en ce qui a trait aux besoins en éléments nutritifs d'un champ ou au prélèvement d'éléments nutritifs d'un champ, et à l'épandage d'engrais et de fumier. Lorsqu'elles sont utilisées conjointement, ces calculatrices peuvent aider à déterminer les pratiques agronomiques et économiques optimales en matière de gestion des éléments nutritifs des cultures. Des indicateurs de risques environnementaux sont compris pour aider à prévenir la perte d'éléments nutritifs des sources d'eau avoisinantes. Pour en savoir plus au sujet de l'ensemble d'outils AgriSuite et de l'utilisation de cette calculatrice, veuillez cliquer [ici](http://www.omafra.gov.on.ca/french/nm/nman/agrisuite.htm). ##Impacts possibles Les décisions prises à l'aide de la calculatrice d'éléments nutritifs aideront à déterminer les champs ayant besoin d'éléments nutritifs provenant d'engrais ou d'amendements organiques en vue d'optimiser le rendement économique des cultures, tout en réduisant au minimum les répercussions défavorables sur l'environnement. Les décisions prises en se fondant sur les résultats fournis par les calculatrices combinées peuvent cibler les endroits où l'épandage d'éléments nutritifs produira le meilleur rendement économique et améliorer les bilans des éléments nutritifs par l'évaluation des besoins d'une culture sur un cycle de rotation ou sur plusieurs saisons de croissance, tout en tenant compte de la santé des sources d'eau avoisinantes. ##Politiques d'utilisation à l'interne L'utilisateur peut sauvegarder, partager et imprimer ces renseignements. Ceux ci ne sont accessibles qu'aux personnes choisies par l'utilisateur. Le personnel du gouvernement a accès à cette calculatrice et à cet ensemble d'outils, et s'en sert pour appuyer l'élaboration de politiques ou les activités de gestion des interventions d'urgence. Il n'y aucune exigence ou orientation sur la question de savoir quand, comment ou si ces outils devraient être utilisés. L'équipe de gestion des éléments nutritifs du ministère de l'Agriculture, de l'Alimentation et des Affaires rurales (MAAARO) utilise souvent les outils AgriSuite au moment de procéder à l'examen des plans et stratégies présentés. Pour en savoir plus au sujet du programme de gestion des éléments nutritifs de l'Ontario, veuillez cliquer [ici]( http://www.omafra.gov.on.ca/french/agops/index.htm). ##Description technique La calculatrice d'éléments nutritifs des cultures a été élaborée par le MAAARO. Elle utilise des bases de données fondées sur des données scientifiques, et des données de laboratoire et de terrain recueillies, ou qui sont propres à la province de l'Ontario. Les lignes directrices relatives aux éléments nutritifs sont actualisées pour l'ensemble des champs et des cultures horticoles. AgriSuite est un navigateur Web qui permet aux utilisateurs d'effectuer rapidement des calculs ou d'ouvrir une session à titre d'utilisateur authentifié en vue de sauvegarder et possiblement de partager leurs travaux avec les personnes de leur choix. ##Outils connexes * [Calculatrice d'engrais – outil AgriSuite]( https://data.ontario.ca/fr/dataset/fertilizer-calculator-agrisuite-tool) * [Plan de gestion du champ – outil AgriSuite]( https://data.ontario.ca/fr/dataset/field-management-plan-agrisuite-tool) * [Calculatrice d'amendements organiques – outil AgriSuite]( https://data.ontario.ca/fr/dataset/organic-amendment-calculator-agrisuite-tool) * [Calculatrice de perte de phosphore (PLATO) – outil AgriSuite]( https://data.ontario.ca/fr/dataset/phosphorus-loss-plato-calculator-agrisuite-tool) [AgriSuite](https://agrisuite.omafra.gov.on.ca/) is the Ontario government's agricultural and environmental suite of tools related to crop management, nutrient management and minimum distance separation The Crop Nutrient Calculator is a calculator within AgriSuite that is used to determine crop nutrient needs and crop nutrient removal for a field. When county/township location, soil test values, planned crop and yield goal are provided, the crop nutrient needs and nutrient removal information is displayed. The information provided is based on Ontario data and nutrient guidelines. The corn nitrogen calculator is also incorporated into this calculator. ##Purpose The information provided by the Crop Nutrient Calculator helps crop producers determine the amount of nutrients that are required to maximize economic crop yields. The difference between nutrient recommendations from soil test values and nutrients removed by a crop at harvest can lead to nutrient imbalances over a period of several crop rotations. Using field and crop data the Crop Nutrient calculator helps to balance nutrient applications to maintain soil fertility levels in a range that supports agronomic production but minimizes excessive soil fertility that increases risk of nutrient loss to the environment. The Crop Nutrient calculator allows farmers and crop consultants to quickly and easily assess nutrient requirements for each crop in the rotation and use these calculations to project fertilizer and amendment needs and application schedules. ##Reach This calculator is a part of the AgriSuite online set of tools. Calculators in AgriSuite are used to develop both voluntary and regulatory Nutrient Management Strategies and Plans for producers needing to comply with Ontario's Nutrient Management regulations. They provide opportunities for planning and recordkeeping on a farm/field basis for crop nutrient needs/removal, fertilizer and manure application. When used together, these calculators can help determine best agronomic and economic practices with respect to crop nutrient management. Environmental risk indicators are included to help prevent nutrient loss to nearby water sources. Learn more about the AgriSuite tool set and the use of this calculator [here](http://www.omafra.gov.on.ca/english/nm/nman/agrisuite.htm#1). ##Potential impacts Decisions made from using the crop nutrient calculator will help determine which fields require nutrients from fertilizer and/or organic amendments to maximize economic crop yield while minimizing negative environmental impact. Decisions made based on the results of the combined calculators have the capacity to target nutrients to where economic return is highest and to improve nutrient balances by examining crop needs over a crop rotation or multiple growing seasons while considering the health of nearby water sources. ##Internal use policies The information can be saved, shared and printed by the user. Information is not accessible to anyone beyond those selected by the user. Government staff have access to this calculator and tool set to help support policy development and emergency management response activities. There are no requirements or guidance on when, how or if these tools should be used. The Nutrient Management team at OMAFRA often uses AgriSuite tools when reviewing submitted plans and strategies. Learn more about Ontario's Nutrient Management program [here](http://www.omafra.gov.on.ca/english/agops/index.html). ##Technical description The Crop Nutrient calculator was developed by OMAFRA, it uses databases based on science, field and lab data collected or relevant to the province of Ontario. Nutrient guidelines are current for all field and horticultural crops. AgriSuite is an on-line web browser based product that allows users to complete calculations quickly or alternatively sign in as an authenticated user to save and potentially share their work with people they choose. ##Related Tools * [Fertilizer Calculator – AgriSuite Tool](https://data.ontario.ca/dataset/fertilizer-calculator-agrisuite-tool) * [Field Management Plan – AgriSuite Tool]( https://data.ontario.ca/dataset/field-management-plan-agrisuite-tool) * [Phosphorus Loss (PLATO) Calculator – AgriSuite Tool]( https://data.ontario.ca/dataset/phosphorus-loss-plato-calculator-agrisuite-tool) * [Organic Amendment Calculator - AgriSuite Tool]( https://data.ontario.ca/dataset/organic-amendment-calculator-agrisuite-tool)

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    Michael Burwash; Chris Ens;
    Publisher: BC Data Catalogue

    TOPOGRAPHIC UNGULATE WINTER RANGE FORAGE CAPABILITY MODEL VERSION 1 FOR THE MERRITT FOREST DISTRICT

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    Schütt, Eike M.; Lehmann, Moritz K.; Hieronymi, Martin; Dare, James; Krasemann, Hajo; Hitchcock, Darryn; Platt, Amy; Amai, Klay; McKelvey, Tasman;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    rotorua_chl_fields_2015-2020.nc is a time-series of 283 Chl fields of the Rotorua lakes (New Zealand) derived from Sentinel-2 MSI images with a regionalization of the C2RCC algorithm in a 60 m resolution. It also includes C2RCC and Idepix masks as well as a shoreline-and-shallow-water-buffer for flexible quality flagging. rotorua_chl_spatial_variability.tif is a GeoTIFF that illustrates the representativeness of each grid cell for the Chl distribution in each lake and thus indicates recurring spatial patterns. The file contains three bands that contain the relative frequency (in %) the Chl concentration in a grid cell was within 5 % to either side of the lower quartile (25 % percentile, first band), the median (second band) and the upper quartile (75 % percentile, third band) of the lakes Chl distribution. rotorua_insitu_chl_2015-2019.csv contains 831 in-situ Chl measurements of the monthly Bay of Plenty water quality monitoring programme and samplings by Moritz Lehmann from 12 of the Rotorua lakes collected between 2015 and 2019. shoreline_shallow_water_buffer.zip contains a shapefile with polygons of the “optically deep” areas of all Rotorua lakes to remove areas contaminated by bottom reflectance in remote sensing products. Each polygon has a 120 m shoreline buffer to avoid mixed land-water pixels and reduce adjacency effects. It further excludes lake areas shallower than the 95 %-quantile of all Secchi depth measurements of the Bay of Plenty water quality monitoring programme.

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    Jara, Antonio; Parra, Maria Concepcion; Skarmeta, Antonio;
    Country: Switzerland

    Internet of things extends the capabilities to identify products with new technologies such as near field communication, radio-frequency identification, quick response code and with existing identification technologies such as barcode. Identification allows to retrieve extended information and knowledge of the products. Thereby, customers are able to retrieve and share knowledge among the different products. This work presents the participative marketing as the evolution from the social media marketing toward the active participation from the prosumers and the empowerment of the marketing with the collective intelligence. Thereby, participative marketing enables new interaction and participation models based on the ubiquitous identification. This has been evaluated in a social platform, which integrates the knowledge and experiences from the customers, and in a mobile platform, which interacts with the products through the mentioned identification technologies.

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    Kumar, Sushil;
    Publisher: University of Toronto Dataverse

    A research study on organizational change, specifically in the Forest Department, India. The questionnaire survey included questions on opinions on a series of statements about the forest department and the experience of working in it. Additional variables include information about service career, demographics, family, educational background, and home environment. Research in completion of Ph.D.(Forestry) program requirements, University of Toronto

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    Wagner-Riddle, Claudia;
    Publisher: University of Guelph Dataverse

    This project involves the measurement of nitrous oxide fluxes from agricultural sources focussing on the interaction of crop management practices and weather and the subsequent effect on nitrous oxide emissions. The objective of this study were (1) to evaluate the magnitude of nitrous oxide emissions reduction due to best management practices in comparison to conventional management practices and (2) to study the seasonal variability in reduction of emissions due to the interaction between management and weather. This dataset is part of a long-term assessment measuring nitrous oxide emissions over a five year period (2000-2005). The data was collected within four experimental plots located at the Elora Research Station in Southern Ontario, Canada. Experimental plots consisted of two management systems: conventional practice (plots 1 and 4) and best management practice (plots 2 and 3). Data collected consists of meteorological data including vector data, crop height, crop yield measurements, plant matter and soil mineral nitrogen accumulations, nitrous oxide flux, soil bulk density, soil moisture content, soil temperature, as well as auxillary data including plot description/history information and instrument placement (i.e. placement and height). This study includes only the soil data collected between 2000 and 2005 and consists of original measurements and analyzed data for bulk density calculations, microbial biomass carbon and nitrogen measurements, mass spectrometry data, and soil nitrogen measurements.

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    Priebe, Julian; Swiatek, Klaudia; Vidinha, Margarida; Vaduva, Maria-Roxana; Tiits, Mihkel; Sorescu, Tiberius-George; Malheiro, Benedita; Castro Ribeiro, Maria Cristina de; Justo, Jorge; Silva, Manuel F.; +2 more
    Publisher: Springer
    Country: Portugal

    In the spring of 2020, six undergraduate students from diverse countries and engineering fields decided to design together a solution to monitor the elderly. This project was performed as part of the European Project Semester (EPS) programme at Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto (ISEP). The EM-BRACE solution encompasses two interconnected devices (a home station and a bracelet) and mobile/Web twin applications. The bracelet measures and transmits vital user data (pulse, temperature and impacts) to the home station, whereas the latter measures home environment parameters (temperature, humidity and pressure) and sends local and bracelet data to an Internet of Things (IoT) platform. This way, these data become accessible via the mobile/Web application. Thereby, EM-BRACE monitors the health and environment of the elderly and timely notifies caregivers about problems, contributing to the well-being of the elderly and their families. This work was partially financed by National Funds through the FCT – Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology) within project UIDB/50014/2020.

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    John Surgenor; Chris Ens;
    Publisher: BC Data Catalogue

    Mountain Goat Winter Range within the Southern Interior Region.

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    Sasha Lees;
    Publisher: BC Data Catalogue

    Special fish stock areas for the Okanagan TSA.

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