Authority to use public land is granted through dispositions issued under the provisions of the Public Lands Act. A disposition is a land use contract that gives specific rights to a land or resource user (lease, license, or permit). Examples include: LOC, MSL, EZE, PLA, GRP, etc.
Digital Integrated Dispositions (DIDs+) is a compilation of polygons that represent the location of active surface agriculture, commercial, industrial, and reservation disposition types with extended set of attributes for active dispositions, including primary client (owner) and address information from Alberta Energy’s Land Standing Reports.
Alberta Environment and Parks, Government of Alberta
Full coverage of Utikuma Lake AOI
NAD83. The DIDs+ product contains three shape files: Application (_APPL), LSAS Conflict (_LCON), and Historical (_HIST), and two Access Database files: Discrepancy Database with four tables: ATS Township, Discrepancy Report, Discrepancy Codes, and Dispositions not mapped & DIDs+ Database with four tables: Activities, Clients, Addresses, and Comments.
Alberta Data Partnerships