What’s new – May 2023
What’s new – March 2023
What’s new – January 2023
- Canada Energy Regulator – BERDI (Biophysical, Socio-Economic, and Regional Data and Information for pipeline projects)
- New Northern Ontario content collection
- New video: Take a quick tour of the Platform!
- New video: What are cumulative effects?
- Government of Manitoba data
- Government of Saskatchewan data
- Government of Newfoundland and Labrador data
- Article: Science at the lakeshore – Measuring cumulative stress in the Canadian Great Lakes nearshore waters
What’s new – September 2022
What’s new – July 2022
What’s new – May 2022
What’s new – March 2022
What’s new – January 2022
What’s new – November 2021
- Government of Yukon data
- Health Canada data and publications
- Transport Canada’s Navigation Protection Program Registry
- Water quality monitoring stations across Canada
- Air quality monitoring stations across Canada
- Learn about Canada’s economy and industry
- Article: Experts work together for a common goal in Fox Creek, AB
What’s new on the Open Science and Data Platform: Winter 2023 Social Media post (February 2023)
What’s new on the Open Science and Data Platform: Summer 2022 Social Media post (July 2022)
You can now explore over four hundred datasets from the Yukon Social Media post (January 2022)
The initial focus was on a specific area of hydrogeology. But when Natural Resources Canada identified this area as a possible location of interest to develop new evaluation methods for cumulative effects, Dr. Christine Rivard of the Geological Survey of Canada widened the scope of the project.
Natural Resources Canada, in partnership with Environment and Climate Change Canada, has launched the Open Science and Data Platform (OSDP) for cumulative effects, an innovative online tool that provides Canadians with access to data and scientific publications that can be used to understand the cumulative effects of human activities.