Shape Files, Geographic Projection

 
 
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 Table of Download Links
The entries in the following table are links to ZIP archives of Agrasid components. You will need an archiving software package such as WINZIP or PKUNZIP to extract the data sets from these files.

Data in Geographic Projection, NAD83, .SHP format
The full AGRASID coverage
The full provincial coverage in Shapefile format is a 33Mb ZIP archive. To make downloading more manageable, we have split the archive into 17 pieces, each about 2Mb in size. You will need to download all 17 pieces, then combine them together, using the batch file included.
* * * NOTE * * *
Your Web Browser will likely try to run the pieces as you load them. The browser window will fill with a mess of odd symbols. To avoid this, right-click on the hot links below, and select Save Link As... to save all the pieces and the batch file to a location on your hard drive.

AG30GS Part 1 *right click*
AG30GS Part 2
AG30GS Part 3
AG30GS Part 4
AG30GS Part 5
AG30GS Part 6
AG30GS Part 7
AG30GS Part 8
AG30GS Part 9
AG30GS Part 10
AG30GS Part 11
AG30GS Part 12
AG30GS Part 13
AG30GS Part 14
AG30GS Part 15
AG30GS Part 16
AG30GS Part 17
Batch file to put it together

Parts by NTS mapsheet

If you are interested only in a part of the province, you only need download the mapsheet or mapsheets that your area of interest falls in. To see which sheet you need, see the AGRASID 3.0 by NTS Sheet diagram.
Individual mapsheets range in size from 20kb to 2Mb, compressed.

AG30GS72E
AG30GS72L
AG30GS72M
AG30GS73D
AG30GS73E
AG30GS73L
AG30GS82G
AG30GS82H
AG30GS82I
AG30GS82J
AG30GS82O
AG30GS82P
AG30GS83A
AG30GS83B
AG30GS83F
AG30GS83G
AG30GS83H
AG30GS83I
AG30GS83J
AG30GS83K
AG30GS83L
AG30GS83M
AG30GS83N
AG30GS83O
AG30GS83P
AG30GS84C
AG30GS84D
AG30GS84E
AG30GS84F
AG30GS84J
AG30GS84K
 
 
 
 
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This information published to the web on February 25, 2002.
Last Reviewed/Revised on October 2, 2015.