Canadian Greenhouse Gas Measurement Program

Environment and Climate Change Canada's Greenhouse Gas Measurement Program operates a network of stations to measure atmospheric levels of greenhouse gases at coastal, interior, and arctic regions in Canada. The data are used to:

Greenhouse gas measurements began in 1975 and constitute Canada’s contribution to the World Meteorological Organization’s (WMO) Global Atmosphere Watch Program.

This work is integrated with the climate processes research on carbon and water cycles at the Borden Forest Research Station, as well as aerosol studies within the Canadian Aerosol Baseline Measurement (CABM) Program.

Data is available at the World Data Centre for Greenhouse Gases. Detailed technical information on the instrumentation, sampling methodologies, calibration and data quality is available by request.

Services and information

Greenhouse gases and aerosols research and monitoring

Learn more about ECCC measurement networks, use of satellite observations, and special studies of climate processes relating to greenhouse gases and aerosols

Canadian Aerosol Baseline Measurement Program

Information on aerosol measurements across Canada

Carbon Assimilation System

One of ECCC's tools for understanding the carbon cycle

Contact the Canadian Greenhouse Gas Measurement Program

Send your enquiries, comments and suggestions to:

Environment and Climate Change Canada
Climate Research Division
4905 Dufferin Street
Toronto, Ontario CANADA
M3H 5T4

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