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Adding various specs and 3rd party code of interest for the CSML
services development.

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1<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
2<WFS_Capabilities version="1.0.0" updateSequence="0" xmlns="http://www.opengis.net/wfs" xmlns:ogc="http://www.opengis.net/ogc" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:schemaLocation="http://www.opengis.net/wfs http://schemas.opengeospatial.net//wfs/1.0.0/WFS-capabilities.xsd">
3
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5
6<Service>
7  <Name>MapServer WFS</Name>
8  <Title>Bird Studies Canada WMS/WFS Server</Title>
9  <Abstract>Bird Studies Canada WMS/WFS Server for bird distribution and abundance data, and related information.  Bird Studies Canada gratefully acknowledges the support of Environment Canada - Canadian Information System for the Environment in developing this service.</Abstract>
10  <Keywords>
11    birds
12    distribution
13    abundance
14    conservation
15    sites
16    monitoring
17    populations
18    canada
19  </Keywords>
20  <OnlineResource>http://geodiscover.cgdi.ca/gdp/search?action=entrySummary&amp;entryType=webService&amp;entryId=3920&amp;entryLang=en&amp;portal=gdp</OnlineResource>
21  <Fees>None</Fees>
22  <AccessConstraints>None</AccessConstraints>
23</Service>
24
25<Capability>
26  <Request>
27    <GetCapabilities>
28      <DCPType>
29        <HTTP>
30          <Get onlineResource="http://www.bsc-eoc.org/cgi-bin/bsc_ows.asp?"/>
31        </HTTP>
32      </DCPType>
33      <DCPType>
34        <HTTP>
35          <Post onlineResource="http://www.bsc-eoc.org/cgi-bin/bsc_ows.asp?"/>
36        </HTTP>
37      </DCPType>
38    </GetCapabilities>
39    <DescribeFeatureType>
40      <SchemaDescriptionLanguage>
41        <XMLSCHEMA/>
42        <SFE_XMLSCHEMA/>
43      </SchemaDescriptionLanguage>
44      <DCPType>
45        <HTTP>
46          <Get onlineResource="http://www.bsc-eoc.org/cgi-bin/bsc_ows.asp?"/>
47        </HTTP>
48      </DCPType>
49      <DCPType>
50        <HTTP>
51          <Post onlineResource="http://www.bsc-eoc.org/cgi-bin/bsc_ows.asp?"/>
52        </HTTP>
53      </DCPType>
54    </DescribeFeatureType>
55    <GetFeature>
56      <ResultFormat>
57        <GML2/>
58        <GML3/>
59      </ResultFormat>
60      <DCPType>
61        <HTTP>
62          <Get onlineResource="http://www.bsc-eoc.org/cgi-bin/bsc_ows.asp?"/>
63        </HTTP>
64      </DCPType>
65      <DCPType>
66        <HTTP>
67          <Post onlineResource="http://www.bsc-eoc.org/cgi-bin/bsc_ows.asp?"/>
68        </HTTP>
69      </DCPType>
70    </GetFeature>
71  </Request>
72</Capability>
73
74<FeatureTypeList>
75  <Operations>
76    <Query/>
77  </Operations>
78    <FeatureType>
79        <Name>IBA</Name>
80        <Title>Canadian Important Bird Areas</Title>
81        <Abstract>This layer represents *generalized* boundaries of Important Bird Areas (IBA) in Canada.  IBAs, in Canada and elsewhere, are evaluated and designated on the basis of internationally criteria.  The polygons contained in the dataset meet these criteria and are therefore deemed significant at the national, continental, or global level.  In Canada, IBAs are not legally recognized entities and therefore do not have any regulatory status.  Nevertheless, they are extremely useful for conservation planning for birds.  Polygon boundaries were digitized on-screen in ArcView GIS 3.2 by using NTDB 1:50K or 1:250K digital layers for reference.  If NTDB coverage was not available (e.g., far north), the Digital Chart of the World (1:1M) was used.  The boundaries of IBAs in this dataset are intentionally generalized to reflect the importance of the surrounding ecosystem on the values present within IBAs.  For example, small islands supporting colonies of seabirds might be buffered by 1 or 2 km to form an IBA.  Boundaries for a very small minority of IBAs were available in paper form as part of IBA conservation plans that had been developed previously.  In such cases, we visually estimated their boundaries against the NTDB or other base layers.  Many IBAs are already recognized as other types of protected areas, e.g., National Wildlife Areas, National and Provincial Parks, Migratory Bird Sanctuaries, conservation reserves, and so on.  In these cases, we used digital boundaries from other sources (e.g., WWF Canada's Designated Areas Database, Environment Canada's Canadian Conservation Areas Database) as reference points when digitizing IBA boundaries.  Please cite as follows:  Bird Studies Canada and Nature Canada.  2004.  Important Bird Areas of Canada Database.  Port Rowan, Ontario:  Bird Studies Canada.  To access the Canadian IBA directory: http://www.bsc-eoc.org/iba/ibasites.html.  Full metadata for this layer:  http://www.bsc-eoc.org/website/metadata/caniba_poly.xml</Abstract>
82        <Keywords>
83          iba
84          birdlife
85          birds
86          conservation
87          sites
88          canada
89        </Keywords>
90        <SRS>EPSG:4326</SRS>
91        <LatLongBoundingBox minx="-141.238" miny="41.6718" maxx="-52.667" maxy="78.1059"/>
92        <MetadataURL type="FGDC" format="XML">http://www.bsc-eoc.org/website/metadata/caniba_poly.xml</MetadataURL>
93    </FeatureType>
94    <FeatureType>
95        <Name>CBC_PT</Name>
96        <Title>Canadian Christmas Bird Count Locations</Title>
97        <Abstract>A winter survey of bird populations conducted during the Christmas period - December 14 to January 5th inclusive.  More than 1800 counts are conducted each year across Canada, the United States and Latin America.  On a selected day within the count period, local birders count as many birds as possible within a 24 km (15 mile) diameter circle.  The Christmas Bird Count had long been organized on the continental scale by the New York-based National Audubon Society. In 2000, Audubon finalized an agreement with Bird Studies Canada that would see BSC partner with Audubon to coordinate CBCs in Canada.  This layer represents the centre point of all the Christmas Bird Counts conducted in Canada.  An accompanying layer (CBC_PY) contains the 24 km circles.</Abstract>
98        <Keywords>
99          birds
100          winter
101          survey
102          population
103          volunteers
104          cbc
105          christmas
106          canada
107        </Keywords>
108        <SRS>EPSG:4326</SRS>
109        <LatLongBoundingBox minx="-137.517" miny="42.0317" maxx="-52.7" maxy="65.2784"/>
110    </FeatureType>
111    <FeatureType>
112        <Name>CBC_PY</Name>
113        <Title>Canadian Christmas Bird Count Locations</Title>
114        <Abstract>A winter survey of bird populations conducted during the Christmas period - December 14 to January 5th inclusive.  More than 1800 counts are conducted each year across Canada, the United States and Latin America.  On a selected day within the count period, local birders count as many birds as possible within a 24 km (15 mile) diameter circle.  The Christmas Bird Count had long been organized on the continental scale by the New York-based National Audubon Society. In 2000, Audubon finalized an agreement with Bird Studies Canada that would see BSC partner with Audubon to coordinate CBCs in Canada.  This layer represents the 24 km circles surveyed as part of each Christmas Bird Count conducted in Canada.  An accompanying layer (CBC_PT) contains the centre point of the circles.</Abstract>
115        <Keywords>
116          birds
117          winter
118          survey
119          population
120          volunteers
121          cbc
122          christmas
123          canada
124        </Keywords>
125        <SRS>EPSG:4326</SRS>
126        <LatLongBoundingBox minx="-137.745" miny="41.9265" maxx="-52.5407" maxy="65.39"/>
127    </FeatureType>
128    <FeatureType>
129        <Name>MMP</Name>
130        <Title>Marsh Monitoring Program Route Locations</Title>
131        <Abstract>A Spring survey of birds and amphibians carried out primarily within the Great Lakes region of North America.</Abstract>
132        <Keywords>
133          birds
134          waterbirds
135          amphibians
136          marsh
137          wetland
138          survey
139          populations
140          volunteers
141          canada
142          united states
143          great lakes
144          AOC
145        </Keywords>
146        <SRS>EPSG:4326</SRS>
147        <LatLongBoundingBox minx="-99.5513" miny="40.4143" maxx="-66.4431" maxy="50.3027"/>
148    </FeatureType>
149    <FeatureType>
150        <Name>CLLS</Name>
151        <Title>Canadian Lakes Loon Survey Locations</Title>
152        <Abstract>A volunteer-based program that monitors the effects of acid rain and other human disturbance on loon breeding and presence on Canada's cottage lakes and other waterbodies.</Abstract>
153        <Keywords>
154          birds
155          Gavia immer
156          loons
157          lakes
158          survey
159          populations
160          volunteers
161          canada
162          acid rain
163          disturbance
164          ecosystem health
165        </Keywords>
166        <SRS>EPSG:4326</SRS>
167        <LatLongBoundingBox minx="-137.1" miny="42.4667" maxx="-52.7" maxy="62.91"/>
168    </FeatureType>
169    <FeatureType>
170        <Name>OBBA_SQUARE</Name>
171        <Title>Ontario Breeding Bird Atlas 10 km Squares</Title>
172        <Abstract>A sampling unit used by the Ontario Breeding Bird Atlas to collect breeding evidence data for all bird species within the Province of Ontario.  Squares are based upon the Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) grid system, NAD83, and measure 10Km by 10Km except near UTM zone boundaries, where they are smaller.</Abstract>
173        <Keywords>
174          birds
175          distribution
176          abundance
177          breeding range
178          survey
179          populations
180          volunteers
181          Ontario
182        </Keywords>
183        <SRS>EPSG:4326</SRS>
184        <LatLongBoundingBox minx="-95.2926" miny="41.6296" maxx="-74.2355" maxy="56.9225"/>
185    </FeatureType>
186    <FeatureType>
187        <Name>OBBA_REGION</Name>
188        <Title>Ontario Breeding Bird Atlas Administrative Regions</Title>
189        <Abstract>An administrative unit that is used for local bird atlas co-ordination, which is based on bioregions and access.  Each region is assigned a Regional Coordinator who administers bird surveys within their region.</Abstract>
190        <Keywords>
191          birds
192          distribution
193          abundance
194          breeding range
195          survey
196          populations
197          volunteers
198          Ontario
199        </Keywords>
200        <SRS>EPSG:4326</SRS>
201        <LatLongBoundingBox minx="-95.2926" miny="41.6296" maxx="-74.2355" maxy="56.9225"/>
202    </FeatureType>
203    <FeatureType>
204        <Name>OBBA_BLOCK</Name>
205        <Title>Ontario Breeding Bird Atlas 100 km Blocks</Title>
206        <Abstract>A sampling unit used by the Ontario Breeding Bird Atlas to collect breeding evidence data for all bird species within the Province of Ontario.  Blocks are based upon the Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) grid system, NAD83, and measure 100Km by 100Km except near UTM zone boundaries, where they are smaller.</Abstract>
207        <Keywords>
208          birds
209          distribution
210          abundance
211          breeding range
212          survey
213          populations
214          volunteers
215          Ontario
216        </Keywords>
217        <SRS>EPSG:4326</SRS>
218        <LatLongBoundingBox minx="-96" miny="41.5286" maxx="-73.7075" maxy="57.7329"/>
219    </FeatureType>
220    <FeatureType>
221        <Name>OWLS</Name>
222        <Title>Nocturnal Owl Survey Locations</Title>
223        <Abstract>A volunteer-based program that monitors the abundance of owl species across Canada by means of broadcast surveys.  Ontario survey locations are currently available through this service.</Abstract>
224        <Keywords>
225          birds
226          owls
227          survey
228          populations
229          volunteers
230          canada
231          broadcast
232        </Keywords>
233        <SRS>EPSG:4326</SRS>
234        <LatLongBoundingBox minx="-94.9897" miny="43.2858" maxx="-74.755" maxy="51.7095"/>
235    </FeatureType>
236    <FeatureType>
237        <Name>BBS_PT</Name>
238        <Title>Breeding Bird Survey Route Start Points</Title>
239        <Abstract>The Breeding Bird Survey, initiated in 1966, is one of the oldest surveys of breeding birds in North America. It is conducted primarily by volunteers, who follow a predetermined, roadside route each year at the height of the breeding season.  This layer portrays the start point for each BBS route in Canada.</Abstract>
240        <Keywords>
241          birds
242          breeding
243          survey
244          roadside
245          populations
246          volunteers
247          canada
248        </Keywords>
249        <SRS>EPSG:4326</SRS>
250        <LatLongBoundingBox minx="-140.952" miny="42.0986" maxx="-52.8184" maxy="68.0856"/>
251    </FeatureType>
252</FeatureTypeList>
253
254<ogc:Filter_Capabilities>
255  <ogc:Spatial_Capabilities>
256    <ogc:Spatial_Operators>
257      <ogc:Intersect/>
258      <ogc:DWithin/>
259      <ogc:BBOX/>
260    </ogc:Spatial_Operators>
261  </ogc:Spatial_Capabilities>
262  <ogc:Scalar_Capabilities>
263    <ogc:Logical_Operators/>
264    <ogc:Comparison_Operators>
265      <ogc:Simple_Comparisons/>
266      <ogc:Like/>
267      <ogc:Between/>
268    </ogc:Comparison_Operators>
269  </ogc:Scalar_Capabilities>
270</ogc:Filter_Capabilities>
271
272</WFS_Capabilities>
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