Canadian permanent water level network (PWLN)- Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River and Gulf

The Canadian Hydrographic Service (CHS) of Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) operates, across the country, a permanent water level network (PWLN) tracking the fluctuation of Canadian waters level. SLGO disseminates the tide gauges data in real time continuously since April 2014 and also prediction and forecast data. Data prior to 2014 are available on the SLGO through the EDMS (DFO) application. For more information, please see the data context.

Also, using the water level forecast data, the dynamic vertical clearance, the vertical distance between an obstacle and the surface of the water, is calculated for some St. Lawrence obstacle such as the Québec Bridge. For more information, please see the data contexte.

Parameters: water level, water temperature , salinity, air pressure, dynamic vertical clearance.

View data in the MARINE CONDITIONS application.

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Licence: Creative Commons Attribution 4.0

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Metadata Reference Date(s) June 23, 2022 (Creation)
June 23, 2022 (Revision)
Dataset Reference Date(s) March 27, 2017 (Creation)
February 21, 2020 (Revision)
Frequency of Update Continual

Responsible Party 1
Affiliation
Pêches et Océans Canada
Role
Originator
Responsible Party 2
Name
Marc Journault
Affiliation
Pêches et Océans Canada - Service hydrographique du Canada
Email
Marc.Journault@dfo-mpo.gc.ca
Role
Point of Contact

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Title Canadian permanent water level network (PWLN)- Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River and Gulf
Description

The Canadian Hydrographic Service (CHS) of Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) operates, across the country, a permanent water level network (PWLN) tracking the fluctuation of Canadian waters level. SLGO disseminates the tide gauges data in real time continuously since April 2014 and also prediction and forecast data. Data prior to 2014 are available on the SLGO through the EDMS (DFO) application. For more information, please see the data context.

Also, using the water level forecast data, the dynamic vertical clearance, the vertical distance between an obstacle and the surface of the water, is calculated for some St. Lawrence obstacle such as the Québec Bridge. For more information, please see the data contexte.

Parameters: water level, water temperature , salinity, air pressure, dynamic vertical clearance.

View data in the MARINE CONDITIONS application.

Keywords
Ocean Variables Sea Surface Height
Scope Dataset
Status On Going
Resource Dates
Resource Date 1
Date
2017-03-27
Type
Creation
Resource Date 2
Date
2020-02-21
Type
Revision
Maintenance and update frequency Continual
Point of Contact
Point of Contact 1
Name
Marc Journault
Affiliation
Pêches et Océans Canada - Service hydrographique du Canada
Email
Marc.Journault@dfo-mpo.gc.ca
Role
Point of Contact
Responsible Party
Responsible Party 1
Affiliation
Pêches et Océans Canada
Role
Originator
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North Bounding Latitude 54.7553201
South Bounding Latitude 40.0116142
East Bounding Longitude -49.8977556
West Bounding Longitude -95.7170708
Temporal Extent
Begin
2014-05-01
Default Locale French
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XML Metadata File Location https://ogsl.ca