Scientific Data and Products
Oceanographic information and data collected and aggregated by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans. Data is collected through several national and international programs. Data is managed by the management policy for scientific data.
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The seasonal means and expected ranges of temperature and salinity. Range Profile files contain statistical information about the area enclosed by the polygon in the displayed map. The statistics are based on CTD and bottle cast profiles which were present in the IOS data archives at the time of the file's creation (December 1996). In addition to being area-specific, the statistics are also specific to a season.
St. Lawrence Global Observatory
The Maurice Lamontagne Institute remote sensing laboratory
Data is processed to calculate sea surface temperatures. The images are used to generate a complete national coverage for each day and averages over many days.
ISDM in Canada became a Responsible National Oceanographic Data Centre (RNODC) for Drifting Buoy Data on behalf of the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) and the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) in January 1986. The purpose of this Web site is to describe the activities of the RNODC-ISDM in acquiring and making drifting buoy data available to the international scientific community.
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