A web map viewer of publicly available data sets is provided on behalf of the GNWT. The web map viewer provides a means of mapping geospatial information, satellite imagery and aerial photography over the internet.
The NWT Cumulative Impact Monitoring Program (CIMP) launched the Inventory of Landscape Change webviewer in July 2016. The online mapping tool allows you to display, manage and download human and natural disturbance information for the NWT.
With the NWT Ecosystem Classification Photo Map you can view the thousands of photographs collected as part of the NWT Ecosystem Classification program, visually documenting the NWT landscape.
Photos taken along the displayed flight lines are viewable by zooming in to a minimum scale of 1:1,000,000 then hovering over a photo point to pop-up the image(s) at that location. Once zoomed in, the flight lines turn off and the photo points become visible.
You can also generate reports of a selected photo(s) and its attributes by using the 'Create a Photo Summary Report'. Use the drawing tools to make a selection.
Both map viewers can be launched in a web browser.
The browser requires Silverlight 4.0 plug-in and minimum screen resolution of 1024x768.
As part of GNWT Environment and Natural Resources (ENR) actions towards Keeping NWT Water Clean within the Managing Drinking Water in the NWT: A Preventative Framework and Strategy, each community's drinking water catchment area was mapped in 2007. In 2011 these maps were updated with more current data as well as new related data, such as developments and activities from the Mackenzie Valley Land and Water Board and forest fire boundaries from ENR’s Forest Management Division. The community catchement maps can be accessed from the NWT Centre for Geomatics website.
This map includes all watersheds of the Northwest Territories (NWT) to the sub-basin level. The Mackenzie River Basin, Canada’s largest river basin, is highlighted along with its sub-basins. Also shows the established and candidate protected areas in the sub-basins of the NWT.