You will find on this webpage the visualization tools developed by SLGO. They are presented in alphabetical order. Please click on the image to access the application and the data.
Atlantic Zone Monitoring ProgramThis program is designed to detect, track and predict changes in the state and productivity of the marine environment.
The presence, abundance and distribution of living species found in the in the River, Estuary and Gulf of St. Lawrence.
An integrated access to multidisciplinary data on the St. Lawrence global system and Canadian waters.
eCapelinConstitutes a citizen science tool facilitating the capture of capelin spawning observations.
Environmental Data Management System
Extend perennity and security to all types of environmental scientific data collections.
Application for displaying data from several data sources.
Fresh water flow from the St. Lawrence river to the height of Quebec City.
Visualize ice coverage and evolution of the number of freezing degree days (FDD) in the estuary and gulf.
This Web application allows the visualization and access to multiple physico-chemical data
Mingan Atlas of Currents
This Atlas show the intensity and direction of the surface currents in the Mingan Archipelago.
Real-time data to navigate the River and Gulf of the St. Lawrence, including currents and tides.
Forecasts of surface currents, surface temperature and ice in the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
Ocean Soundscape Atlas
Visualization of underwater acoustic maps in the Estuary and Gulf of Saint-Lawrence.
Web application that allows the visualization of different type of layers that contain geospatial data.
Satellite Remote Sensing
Weather satellite data and making it possible to present a complete coverage of the three oceans surrounding Canada.
Species Identification Guide
Application providing access to information about various species inhabiting the St. Lawrence ecosystem.
St. Lawrence Species Explorer (french only)
L’application de visualisation dynamique de la liste des espèces marines recensées dans le Saint-Laurent.
Toxic Algae Alexandrium catenella Monitoring
Presents the results of the bloom risk prediction model for the toxic alga Alexandrium catenella.
Near-real time access to the detection of right whales by the hydrophones.