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This is a generalized feature layer. For the full shapefile, visit the Land Information Ontario website link in the attributes, or e-mail fourriversrequests@matawa.on.ca.A Mineral Lick is a point feature that identifies an area of mud pools or puddles, fed by slow seeping springs, and used by wildlife. Mineral licks occur in areas of both sedimentary and volcanic bedrock. They occur rarely in granitic bedrock except where overlain by calcareous glacial till. Well established mineral licks typically appear as open muddy areas and are usually characterised by well worn trails radiating from them.Additional Time Period Information: Data is collected on an on-going basis therefore the time period 'end date' may be more recent than indicated above.

Dataset Attributes

  • FID
    Number
  • TITLE
    Text
    {"value"=>"Mineral Lick", "count"=>1} ()
  • PUBLISHER
    Text
    {"value"=>"Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry", "count"=>1} ()
  • SOURCE
    Text
    {"value"=>"Land Information Ontario", "count"=>1} ()
  • WEBSITE
    Text
    {"value"=>"https://www.javacoeapp.lrc.gov.on.ca/geonetwork/srv/en/main.home", "count"=>1} ()
  • CONTACT
    Text
    {"value"=>"fourriversrequests@matawa.on.ca", "count"=>1} ()

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