The following search operations may be used to perform more precise searches using the search bar:

Search Operator Example Effect
Minus (-) -skeena
-estuary water quality
Excludes terms or phrases from the search.
In this example, the search returns datasets for the search water quality without the terms skeena or estuary in the returned results, which helps to exclude unwanted information.
Quotation Marks (“”) “water quality” Makes an exact-match search of the quoted phrase.
In this example, the search returns datasets that contain the whole quoted phrase water quality, which helps refine search results.
AND skeena estuary AND water quality Finds datasets related to multiple phrases.
In this example, the search returns datasets that are related to both skeena estuary and water quality, which helps narrow the search.

It is possible to combine the search operators to create more customized searches.

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