1 Department of Natural Resources Geological Survey Exploring the Geoscience Atlas Updated June, 2016
2 Hyperlinked Contents Background: Browser Setup Browser Setup allow pop-ups Geoscience Online Geoscience Atlas start Disclaimer Geoscience Atlas - overview Navigating (zoom and pan) Groups and Layers: Map Layers: Map Labels Drill Core Mineral Occurrences NTS MapSheet Grid UTM Grid Lines UTM Zones 19 to 22 Road Network Forest Access Roads Water Lines, Border, Contours Coastal Information: Coastal Monitoring, Indices and Characterization Indexes: Index Bedrock Geology Maps Index Geochemical Surveys Index Airborne Geophysical Surveys Groups and Layers: Land Use: Labrador Inuit Lands and Settlement Areas Public Water Supplies, Municipal Boundaries and Planning Areas Mineral Lands: Map Staked Claims, Mineral Rights Cancelled, Notices Gazetted and Mineral Tenure Historical Claims Quarries Geochemistry: Plutonic Rocks Volcanic Rocks Till Sediment Surveys Detailed Lake Sediment / Water Sites Regional Lake Sediment Sites Regional Lake Sediment Contours / Images Regional Stream Sediment Sites Bedrock Geology: 1:1 Million Faults/Contacts & Polygons Detailed Lines and Polygons (Nfld2616 v7) Hydro Geology Groups and Layers: Surficial Geology: Regional and Detailed Geology Age Dates, Striations, Landforms, Aggregate Striations Definition Geophysics: Regional and Detailed Geophysics Tools: Tools Menu Draw Graphics Spatial Search Download Data vector features Download Data raster images Attribute Query Custom Query Base Maps Measure Print Bookmarks Help Other: Projection Information Transverse Mercator vs. Geographic Geoid, Ellipsoid, Datum Definitions Contact Information
3 Geoscience OnLine Browser Setup: -use recent versions of Internet Explorer, Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox -allow pop-ups and cookies for this site (geoatlas.gov.nl.ca) -ad blockers will cause problems so disable for this site -may need to clear history, cache and possibly cookies if Atlas becomes glitchy (be careful not to lose any saved login passwords or filled forms)
4 Browser Setup > allow Pop-ups Example: Internet Explorer 11 Go to Tools > Internet Options > Privacy tab Allow pop-ups for Atlas. Enter Addresses: gis.geosurv.gov.nl.ca geoatlas.gov.nl.ca
5 GeoScience Online Keep an eye on announcements Check out What s New Contact Us Link to Stake a Claim Links to Other Information and Forms
6 GeoScience OnLine
7 GeoScience OnLine
8 GeoScience OnLine
9 GeoScience OnLine > How to Start the Geoscience Atlas Click to enter The Atlas
10 Disclaimer Read Disclaimer, then Click to Enter The Atlas
11 Scale Slider (1:9 million to 1:9,000) Geoscience Atlas Overview Map Service/ Group Layers Map Viewer Window Blue-underlined text linked to help file for that layer or group Overview Window Scale Bar Cursor Coordinates (NAD27) Close Overview
12 Overview The Contents panel now contains expandable/collapsible groups and subgroups. Ad blockers, on your internet browser, need to be disabled for this to work. The Atlas will remember the settings (i.e., which groups are open and which layers are active) the next time the Atlas is opened.
13 Navigating (Zoom and Pan) Navigating around the Map Viewer Window: 1. Hold down the shift key and drag a box on the map to zoom in 2. Hold down Ctrl+Shift to zoom out 3. Double click to zoom in 4. Use the mouse roller to zoom in/out 5. Drag the scale slider to zoom in/out 6. Click and drag the mouse to pan the map 7. Click the shaded box in the overview window and drag it to a new location to quickly pan the map.
14 Map Layers > Map Labels More labels appear as you zoom in
15 Map Layers > Drill Core
16 Map Layers > Drill Core Help In the Contents panel, click on the Drill Core text to access the Help file. The Help file provides contact information and maps of Core Storage Libraries St. John s core-storage library is on the Torbay Road side of St. John's Airport, just off RCAF Road
17 Map Layers > Mineral Occurrences Zoom in to display MODS labels 3
18 Map Layers > NTS MapSheet Grid Click on a square to determine the NTS sheet number Zoom in to display NTS labels
19 Map Layers > UTM Grid Lines UTM Grid Lines are only available as a layer when you zoom in. Note the change in grid lines between UTM Zone 21 and UTM Zone 22. Zoom in further to display more detailed lines. UTM Zone 21 UTM Zone 22
20 Map Layers > UTM Grid Lines There are 4 UTM Zones covering Newfoundland and Labrador: Zone 19: western Labrador Zone 20: central Labrador Zone 21: eastern Labrador and most of Newfoundland Zone 22: eastern Newfoundland Note the UTM Easting value, in the Cursor Coordinates bar, changes from 700,000 s to 200,000 s as you move east across the UTM Zone boundary.
21 Map Layers > Road Network The Road Network will be visible when you zoom in Zoom in further to display more detailed streets
22 Map Layers > Forest Access Roads The Help file provides a link to the Resource Access Roads website. Some roads which are deemed no longer necessary are deactivated The Department can also close roads during times of poor operating conditions
23 Map Layers > Water Lines, Provincial Border, and Contours Water Lines and the Labrador/Quebec Provincial Border are provided for spatial reference on raster images. The contours are displayed at larger scales only. Click on a contour to determine the elevation in feet or metres ( imperial indicates contours in feet).
24 Coastal Information > Monitoring, Indices and Characterization The Coastal Monitoring layers provide information on erosion rates and coastal sensitivity.
25 Indexes > Bedrock Geology Maps Alternative
26 Indexes > Geochemical Surveys Report and data available for download
27 Indexes > Airborne Geophysical Surveys Digital geophysical surveys provide links to download the data
28 Land Use Group
29 Mineral Lands > Map Staked Claims, Notices Gazetted, Mineral Tenure etc. Click on Mineral Lands text to see the help file for a description of each layer
30 Mineral Lands > Historical Claims Click on a claim then click on Links > Geofiles Search and Full Text Online to view the digital pdf assessment report
31 Mineral Lands > Quarries
32 Geochemistry > Plutonic Rocks Plutonic rocks are intrusive igneous rocks that formed from magma cooling slowly below the surface of the Earth. They contain large crystals. Granites are an example of a plutonic rock.
33 Geochemistry > Volcanic Rocks Volcanic rocks are extrusive igneous rocks that formed from magma cooling quickly on the surface of the Earth. They contain glass and/or small crystals. Basalts are an example of a volcanic rock.
34 Geochemistry > Till Sediment Surveys All Till Surveys Click on the drop-down list to select an element dot plot, such as Copper
35 Geochemistry > Detailed Lake Sediment / Lake Water Detailed Lake Sediment and Water geochemistry surveys are in separate layers Searh Results Links provide a link to Geofiles; more recent reports are linked to pdf files and csv data files
36 Geochemistry > Regional Lake Sediment Click on the drop-down list to select an element dot plot, such as Copper
37 Geochemistry > Regional Lake Sediment Contours and Images
38 Geochemistry > Regional Stream Sediment
39 Bedrock Geology > 1:1 Million
40 Bedrock Geology > Detailed Lines and Polygons (NFLD2616 v7) Contacts and Faults are available as symbolized and non-symbolized lines.
41 Bedrock Geology > Hydro Geology The Hydro Geology layer indicates the relative amount of groundwater available in the rocks.
43 Surficial Geology > other layers Age Dates of mud, shell, charcoal etc. Striations Indicate glacial direction Aggregate Landforms
44 Surficial Geology > Striations The lake sediment geochemistry image for lead (Pb) displays a large anomaly. Exploring in the up-ice direction, southwest of the anomaly, may result in finding the source of this anomaly. Striations: Indicate glacial direction is from the southwest to the northeast
45 Geophysics Group Detailed Geophysics Regional Geophysics
46 Tools Menu TOOLS MENU
47 Tools > Draw Graphics -add points, lines, polylines, polygons and text to your map -when printing, these graphics are only included using the Quick Map > Print Image option; Save Image and Save Image as PDF include the graphics but not the text
48 Tools > Spatial Search Spatial Search is based on the overlap of i) a drawn graphic (e.g., intersecting a line or within a polygon), or ii) current results (i.e., current selection in a Search Results window) Buffer Distance can be used around either Graphic or Current Results. Example: What mineral occurrences are within 10km of Corner Brook? 3 1 2
49 Tools > Download Data Choose the layer from the drop-down list (vector features or raster images). The layer does not have to be turned on. Base maps cannot be downloaded. Features (i.e., point, line or polygon vector features) within the current window extents are downloaded in the chosen format (.shp or.gdb). Save the.zip file to your computer.
50 Tools > Download Data For Raster images (e.g., geophysics raster images, lake seds element images), the whole image is downloaded in the chosen format (.jpg,.tif, or.png). The layer does not have to be turned on.
51 Tools > Attribute Query Select the layer and field (attribute) of interest; choose an operator and click on Get Sample Values for examples of values; select a value from the drop down list or enter a value in the box below; click on the Add to Query Expression and Run the Query; the records in the Search Results table will be highlighted on the map
52 Tools > Custom Query Select one of 17 Custom Query forms. Example: search for mafic Stratigraphic Units of the Victoria Lake Supergroup
53 Base Maps Detail increases as scale is increased Topographic Scanned Topo Outline Topo Grey Topo Grey Topo DEM
54 Measure Point Provides X/Y coordinates in UTM and Latitude/Longitude, based on the NAD27 datum. Values can be selected, copied and pasted. Polyline Click the arrow next to the polyline icon to choose a unit of measurement. On the map click to start drawing, click to add vertices and double click to finish. The length of the polyline displays in the unit of measurement chosen. The default unit is Kilometers. See Atlas Help file for Line and Polygon options, Clear and Close.
55 Print Custom Map Click the Print icon and choose from several printing options: Custom Map: Fill in the Map Title and choose a Map Layout from the drop down list. If you manually enter a scale, the map will be based on the centre of the preview image. Click the Create PDF button and open the PDF to view, save and print the map. Drawn graphics are not included. Map Layout Templates:
56 Print Quick Map Click the Print icon and choose the Quick Map printing option: Quick Map: Most drawn graphics are included. 1. Print Image - Prints the map as is with a scale bar. 2. Save Image Save as png or bmp. 3. Save Image as PDF 4. Print Legend - listing feature symbols from the whole province for open layers. Legend does not display base map info, road networks or image values.
57 Bookmarks Bookmarks - a collection of direct links to predefined map extents - can create new ones, rename, and delete old ones - only saves the map extents, not which layers are turned on Example: Use Search Results to zoom to each map sheet area (i.e. 14D/01,08; 14D/15; 12A/10) and using the Bookmarks tool, click Add Bookmark for each project area.
58 Help Atlas Help provides brief descriptions of all the tools, as well as Links to the Layers help file (description of all the layers), the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) and this Tutorial Contact Information: ; Home: link to the Department of Natural Resources web site About Atlas: provides Atlas version number and link to Tamarack website
59 Projection Information Transverse Mercator projection of the Geoscience Atlas map window Geographic projection (latitude-longitude) of downloaded data
60 Projection Information Projections are necessary in order to convert locations on a 3-dimensional Earth to a 2-dimensional piece of paper. How is this done? The earth s surface is represented by a GEOID, which is the surface representation if the earth was covered by water. The ELLIPSOID is a mathematical representation of the geoid. Local ellipsoids provide a better fit to the geoid. Prior to 1980 the Clarke_1866 ellipsoid was used to define the North American Datum of 1927 (NAD27). It was based on manually surveying the continent, starting at the approximate centre in Kansas. New local datums, such as NAD83, are based on satellite data and are more accurate. The WGS84 datum, used as the default by many GPS, is a global datum, similar to NAD83.
61 Projection Definitions Datum: A reference based on a model of the Earth s ellipsoid. The coordinates in the Geoscience Atlas are based on the North American Datum of 1927 (NAD27). Many GPS default to the World Geodetic System of 1984 (WGS84) datum, which is within a metre of another commonly used local datum - NAD83. NAD27 and NAD83 UTM values differ by about 60m in the east direction and 225m in the north direction in Newfoundland and Labrador. Universal Transverse Mercator Projection: The earth is divided into 60 zones, each is 6 wide this allows each area to be represented more accurately as a flat surface. Each zone is assigned a Zone number. Zones 19, 20, 21 and 22 cover Newfoundland and Labrador. The central x-value, or Easting, of each zone is defined as 500,000m E and the y-value, or Northing, is measured in metres from the equator. UTM coordinates are based on a datum the Geoscience Atlas provides UTM coordinates based on the NAD27 datum. Latitude/Longitude Coordinate System: Provides a spherical numbering system, in degrees, to define a location on the earth s surface. Newfoundland and Labrador ranges from to west of the 0 Prime Meridian in England, and to north of the equator. Latitude and longitude coordinates are also based on a datum the Geoscience Atlas provides lat-long coordinates based on the NAD27 datum.
62 Contact Information Contact Information: Check out Atlas Help: PDF of slides available from Pat O Neill, (709)
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