• St. Lawrence Global Observatory
    Gateway to Open Data
    on the
    St. Lawrence
    Discover, Download & Re-use data
    Promoting sharing & access of scientific
    data on the St. Lawrence global system.

DISCOVER THE ST. LAWRENCE

Access to realtime and forecast data
Water levels, currents, sea ice conditions
Presence, abundance and distribution of living species

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July 16, 2018

SLGO is opening three new job offers. We invite all to send their resumes as well as a cover letter, at ... Read more

February 21, 2018

L’Agence Mamu Innu Kaikusseht devient membre de l’Observatoire global du Saint-Laurent

Rimouski, le 19 février... Read more

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Monitoring the St. Lawrence

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The Case for Open Data

Changing the way scientists work and think in a complex world.

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From Data to Actionable Insights

Unlock the Power of Data Integration.

Tools to help boater’s decision-making: water level data, currents, winds, tides, waves, ice…

Presence, abundance and distribution of living species in the St. Lawrence River.

Access to the river, conservation plans, habitat restoration, aboriginal uses, erosion...

Collaborative data acquisition tools for the general public.

Endusers Data Stories

Using the power of our members datasets

I use your web site to know the ice conditions before I go out on the St. Lawrence river with my ice canoe team. This allows us to secure our practices on the river and get an idea of the paths to...
Fabien Dupont - Ice Canoe Team Creaform - ABB - Norton Rose
Mylène Paquette
The data available on SLGO are very useful and easily usable. I used them for my trip on the St. Lawrence between Montreal and the Magdalen Islands in 2011, and now I visit the portal regularly when...
Mylène Paquette - First person from the Americas to cross the North Atlantic Ocean in a rowboat
I regularly use the surface current data from SLGO's Ocean Forecasts web application in my Experimental Oceanography teaching class; it helps my students to make comparisons between current...
Daniel Bourgault - Professor