News and Events
National Hydrometric Network Basin Polygons
NHS is pleased to announce the preliminary release of a new dataset of drainage basin polygons. The GIS dataset contains the watershed boundaries for over 6000 of the 7896 active and discontinued hydrometric stations across Canada. New stations will continue to be added over the coming months. Further information is available at: https://collaboration.cmc.ec.gc.ca/cmc/hydrometrics/www/HydrometricNetworkBasinPolygons/
The National Hydrological Services of Canada (NHS) is pleased to announce that the Wateroffice release 48 was published on March 9, 2023.
Real-time unit values of water level and discharge are now available via the Wateroffice public web site, facilitating automatic downloading in .csv format via scripting.
Add a new feature to display Drainage Basin Delineation polygon of a selected station
Add more filters to the map, including station number, station name, drainage basin, parameter type, operation schedule, operating agency
Add a new action button to export metadata for displayed stations on the map
Update the station pop up info on the real-time map with the most recent values of water level and discharge, operating agency
Update file name for the metadata downloading to be consistent with other download files
Add Approval to the measurement data label on the real-time graphic view
Add Qualifier to the real-time data label on the real-time graphic view
Update FAQ page with what Approval and Qualifier mean
Add Approval column to the Field Visit tabular view
The new releases of the HYDAT.mdb and Hydat.sqlite3 dated on July 19, 2023 are now available.
Height Modernization Status
NHS is currently acquiring the GNSS data required to provide conversion factors to the datum CGVD2013 epoch 2010. Conversion factors will be published on WaterOffice as they become available. Thank you for your patience as we modernize our systems.
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