CCRS uses a wide variety of geospatial information, integrated to provide important information sources for users within the Government of Canada, as well as the general public.
Some examples of current geospatial integration research activities at CCRS include:
Ecosystem Modelling and Satellite Data Assimilation (2010 - 02): built on the EALCO model and the wealth of remote sensing products over Canada’s landmass at Canada Centre for Remote Sensing.
Geomatics information for the watershed serving Iqaluit, Nunavut, using EO data and ground surveys (2009-10): an example of bathymetric survey and watershed boundary mapping for the protection and evaluation of freshwater supplies for the city of Iqaluit, Nunavut.
Arctic circumpolar mosaic at 250m spatial resolution by fusion of MODIS/TERRA land bands B1–B7 (2009 – 01): the first spatially enhanced Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) clear-sky mosaic for the Arctic circumpolar zone (9000 km x 9000 km) is presented.