If you use figures from this atlas, you can cite their source as:
- R. Pawlowicz and B. Boufford, Atlas of oceanographic conditions in the Strait of Georgia, sogdatacentre.ca/atlas, Retrieved [Day, Month, Year].
More detailed technical information about the methods and background of the program are provided in
- R. Pawlowicz, T. Suzuki, R. Chapell, A. Ta, and S. Esenkulova, 2020, Atlas of oceanographic conditions in the Strait of Georgia (2015-2019) based on the Pacific Salmon Foundation's citizen science dataset, Canadian Technical Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 3374, vii +116 p.
and this is probably a better reference for methodological information.
Some papers that use this data for other scientific purposes include:
- S.W. Stevens, R. Pawlowicz, S.E. Allen, 2021, A study of the intermediate water circulation in the Strait of Georgia using tracer-based, Eulerian, and Lagrangian methods, J. Physical Oceanography (in press) https://doi.org/10.1175/JPO-D-20-0225.1
- S. Esenkulova, K. Suchy, R. Pawlowicz, M. Costa, and I. Pearsall, Harmful algae and oceanographic conditions in the Strait of Georgia, Canada, from 2015-2018, (submitted)