Services and information
About offshore gas and oil sites, expanding navigation routes and mapping seabeds for renewable energy.
Legislation, regulation and enforcement of hydrography and oceans science.
Canada’s program for extending the continental shelf and defining our maritime boundaries.
Nautical geodesy, maritime limits and boundaries, calculations for charts, consultations and expert testimony.
Standards followed by the Canadian Hydrographic Service for developing nautical products.
Work with other government agencies, international partners and private industry partners.
Measuring depths, heights, water levels and vertical datum for nautical publications.
How we convert raw data, use processing software and extract information.
About the network of systems used to manage and process data, and store and deliver services and products.
About the committee and how to submit a naming proposal for undersea and surface maritime features.
An annual celebration of hydrography.
Merging electronic marine information on ships and on shore to improve safe navigation.
Accomplishments in modern hydrography and charting under Canada’s Oceans Protection Plan.
The Danish Geodata Agency and the Canadian Hydrographic Service have jointly prepared a whitepaper that envisions the creation of a modern infrastructure able to handle large amounts of Trusted Crowd-Sourced Bathymetry (TCSB) data.
What we are doing
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