Looking for raw GIS data? Upon request, Seneca Libraries can obtain data for Seneca students and faculty from the Ministry of Natural Resources. Have look in the Seneca Libraries Online Geospatial Data Collection below for data immediately available, or search the LIO Warehouse for other datasets and submit a request for them. We also have a Subject Guide with links to data by country. Any requests to have raw data obtained from these sources and added to our Online Geospatial Data Collection should be submitted to:
Contains a small amount of data from the Ministry of Natural Resources, including: Provincial DEM, Soils Ontario, Lot, Lot Fabric Improved, and more.
Most data can downloaded directly from this site using your Seneca username and password, but some data is too large. When you see this symbol, you must sign out the CD from the Borrower Services Desk in the library at Newnham Campus.
A collection of links to free geospatial data sources on the Web; links to Seneca Libraries subscription journals/ periodicals that offer scholarly articles on the topic of geospatial data; and records of books in the Seneca Libraries collection.
Land Information Ontario (LIO) is a provincial initiative that supports the province-wide sharing of geographic data.
The LIO Warehouse is a web-accessible database that stores geographic data containing almost 30 million land features from across the province. The data ranges from administrative boundaries to transportation arteries to land ownership information to the location of underground wells and satellite imagery.
Seneca College has downloaded some of the more popular datasets from LIO into our Geospatial Online Collection. To request additional data:
For more information about geospatial data, please email: email@example.com
PLEASE NOTE: At this time the library is unable to assist students with using geospatial data, using ArcGIS software, or any other analysis of data. Please contact your professor for assistance.Alternatively, you could try some of the help documents compiled by the Map and GIS Librarian at Ryerson University: http://www.ryerson.ca/madar/geospatial/procedure/index.html.