CBM In Action: North Slave Métis Alliance
August 28, 2019
Community-based monitoring groups of all shapes and sizes are taking action to protect rivers, lakes and wetlands. These are the amazing people and initiatives that inspire us to do the work we do here at DataStream.
In this video Nicole Goodman from the North Slave Métis Alliance talks about the work they are doing to monitor water and address community concerns, including around the impacts of legacy arsenic from Giant Mine.
Dive into Data Webinar Series
We’re excited to launch a new webinar series to explore the (sometimes complicated) always exciting world of water data!
DataStream Publishes Open Data Standard to Support Water Science
The publication of an open data standard is enabling valuable freshwater data to be organized, accessed, and shared in a harmonized way. This data standard underpins DataStream, a growing online platform for sharing water data collected by Canada’s diverse water monitoring and research community.
New Feature: Explore Data by Watershed
DataStream’s new watershed boundary layers cut back on guesswork and make it easier to explore data in the regions that matter to you. We’ve incorporated watershed map layers across all three platforms thanks to geospatial data available on Canada’s Open Government Portal (open data for the win!).