- Additional Information
The B.C. Conservation Data Centre (CDC) maps known locations of Red- and Blue-listed species and ecological communities. Detailed records are compiled for each occurrence.
The CDC database is dynamic and is based on best available information. The addition and upkeep of records is an ongoing process with edits taking place on a daily basis. The absence of occurrences in your area of interest does not necessarily mean that there are no species or ecosystems at risk present; only that there are none currently recorded in our database. A detailed assessment of the property conducted during the appropriate season is the only way to confirm presence or absence of species or ecosystems at risk.
Use CDC iMap view mapped occurrences and print occurrence records.
To launch CDC iMap click the Start button.
General iMap Reference Guides and Training Manual: You can access a comprehensive Training Manual and Quick Reference Guides for generic iMap from the iMap launch page. Most tools/functions are available in both iMap and CDC iMap. However some functions are specific to CDC iMap and some are specific to iMap.
Masked Secured Occurrences: For more information about Masked Secured Occurrence records, please contact the CDC at email@example.com or 250-356-0928. When referencing a particular occurrence, please use Shape ID.
Cite the application as:
B.C. Conservation Data Centre: CDC iMap [web application]. 2015. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Available: http://maps.gov.bc.ca/ess/sv/cdc (date accessed).
For data field definitions, consult the following:
Conservation Data Centre - Occurrence Metadata
For help using this application, call the CDC at (250) 356-0928