GIS layers reflecting large scale (1:2k, 1:10k) surface water features of the Niagara Watershed such as waterbodies (lakes, ponds, reservoirs, large rivers, marshland), rivers, streams, creeks, ditches, hydronet basins and catchments, watersheds and subwatersheds. These data help identify and map surface water interactions with water and wastewater systems and other municipal infrastructure (storm water systems, culverts, bridges).
NPCA Large Scale Hydrographic Features [computer file]. (2011). Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority. Available: Brock University Map, Data & GIS Library Controlled Access \DATA\Niagara\NPCA_WRIP_largescale\ (Accessed Current Date).
The data is licensed to Brock University faculty, staff and students for teaching and research purposes only and requires the user to sign a Generic license agreement.
Open layers are available through the NPCA HydroServer (see Related Information below).
Documentation file [PDF]
NPCA Watershed Explorer: (web mapping interface) Click More…>Base Layers>
NPCA HydroServer http://www.his.npca.ca/hydroserver offers access to large scale (1:2k) hydrologic data published as ‘web services’. Click “GIS Data” then “NPCA Water Resources Web Mapping Service”. The Server URL should be added in ArcGIS using Add Data > GIS Servers > Add WMS Server. For help adding a server click here.
Stream Flow Monitoring https://npca.ca/stream-flow-monitoring (historical & near real time) – water level, stream flow, precipitation, air temperature and water temperature. Reports, charts, custom reports and data download.