21 datasets found

Ocean Variables: Surface Currents

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  • Freshwater runoffs of the St. Lawrence at the height of Québec City

    Methodology : The monthly mean run off is estimated using an empirical relationship between the St. Lawrence River discharge and the water-level at Neuville with the Bourgault...
  • Weather buoys network

    Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) participates in the observation and collection of freshwater, marine and ocean. With the support of the Canadian Coast Guard and...
  • Real-time surface currents measured by high-frequency radars in the estuary

    ISMER produces surface current data from high frequency (HF) radar deployed along the coast of the St. Lawrence Estuary. These data are dessiminate in real time on the SLGO. For...
  • Mingan Atlas of Currents

    The charts in this Atlas show the intensity and direction of the surface currents in the Mingan Archipelago, between Île aux Perroquets and La Grande Pointe, where the tides and...
  • Surface current forecasts of St. Lawrence Estuary and Gulf

    Ocean forecasts for the Estuary and Gulf of St. Lawrence are produced by the Operational Oceanography scientific team of Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Maurice Lamontagne...
  • Weather and marine forecasts

    The service of weather and marine forecasts is integrated in the Navigation application on the SLGO website, which regroups data and information that are relevant to navigation...
  • Scientific Buoy Network of St. Lawrence Estuary and Gulf

    The scientific buoys of Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) are equipped with instruments that measure a suite of optical, oceanographic, and meteorological properties. They...
  • Oceanographic mission datasets from the Institut des sciences de la mer de Ri...

    In 2009 Québec-Océan (QO) and ISMER with help from the Maurice-Lamontagne Institute (Fisheries and Oceans Canada) launched an Oceanographic Data Management System (ODMS)...
  • Manolis Buoy

    A 3 metre diameter meteorological/oceanographic buoy built by AXYS Environmental Technologies of Sidney, British Columbia.The buoy is capable of measuring a variety of...
  • Bay of Exploits Buoy

    A 1.7 m. meteorological / oceanographic buoy supplied by Axys Technologies of Sidney, British Columbia is located at the approach to Lewisporte in approximately 86 metres of...
  • Holyrood Buoy 2

    A modified 1.7 m. meteorological/oceanographic buoy supplied by Axys Technologies of Sidney, British Columbia is located of the mouth of Holyrood Bay in approximately 50 metres...
  • Bay of Islands Buoy

    A 1.7 m. meteorological/oceanographic buoy supplied by Axys Technologies of Sidney, British Columbia is located at the approach to Humber Arm, approximately 1.7 nm northwest of...
  • St. John's Buoy

    A 3 metre diameter meteorological/oceanographic buoy built by AXYS Environmental Technologies of Sidney, British Columbia. The buoy is located in St. John's Bay just north of...
  • Channel-Port Aux Basques Buoy

    A 3 metre diameter meteorological/oceanographic buoy built by AXYS Environmental Technologies of Sidney, British Columbia. The buoy is located at the approaches to Port Aux...
  • Head of Placentia Bay Buoy

    A 3 m. diameter meteorological / oceanographic buoy built by AXYS Environmental Technologies of Sidney, British Columbia is positioned at the head of Placentia Bay in water...
  • Halifax (Herring Cove) Buoy

    A 3 metre diameter meteorological / oceanographic buoy built by AXYS Environmental Technologies of Sidney, British Columbia. The buoy is located in Herring Cove at the...
  • Saint John Buoy

    A 3 metre diameter meteorological / oceanographic buoy built by AXYS Environmental Technologies of Sidney, British Columbia. The buoy is located in the Bay of Fundy at the...
  • Fortune Bay Buoy

    A 3 metre diameter meteorological/oceanographic buoy built by AXYS Environmental Technologies of Sidney, British Columbia. The buoy is located in St. John's Bay just north of...
  • Pilot Boarding Station / Red Island Shoal Buoy

    A 3 m. diameter meteorological / oceanographic buoy built by AXYS Environmental Technologies of Sidney, British Columbia. The buoy is located at the Pilot Boarding Station for...
  • Mouth of Placentia Bay Buoy

    A 3 m. diameter meteorological / oceanographic buoy built by AXYS Environmental Technologies of Sidney, British Columbia. The buoy is positioned at the mouth of Placentia Bay in...
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