You can access the marine forecasts and buoy reports for any region in Canada at this site.
See a demonstration of an innovative approach to cleaning up chlorinated solvents using vitamin B12 (text and video).
Learn about water with this series of fact sheets detailing the quantity of water in Canada, water quality, how water is used in various industries and how water is managed.
Learn crucial facts about drinking water in an outdoor setting, including extensive detail about purification methods.
Visit the experimental lakes area, where scientists are trying to replicate potential environmental risks, such as acidification and flooding that usually occur on a much larger scale (text and video).
Find out how the Mi'Kmaq community and modern scientists are working together to research the Bras d'Or lakes, one of the most complex and delicate ecosystems in the world (text and video).
Find information offered by the institute that serves as a focal point of scientific research and fishery, fish habitat and oceans management in the Central and Arctic Region.
Check out this video about the role of green technologies in reducing groundwater pollution.
Describes what wetlands are, what types of wetlands there are, where they are located and how they fit into the cycle of life.
Access information from the largest freshwater research facility in Canada, including publications and links for students.
Extensive list of questions and answers relating to water.
Overall, Canada may be considered a freshwater-rich country: on an average annual basis, Canadian rivers discharge close to 9% of the world's renewable water supply, while Canada has less than 1% of the world's population.
Information on Canadians' water use, including amounts of water we use and how much it costs.
Information on water in Canada, including the largest bodies of water and how much we have.
Looks at effects of water withdrawal, provides links and statistics, and addresses issues of specific water users (including industry, power generators, agricultural, transportation, wildlife, recreation and waste disposal).
Discover this threatened plant that grows along two lakeshores in Nova Scotia. Learn about its habitat, conservation issues and why it is in danger.