Web Atlases

The SAREL team, often in partnership with external collaborators, produces interactive atlases which can be accessed via the Internet. The production of these atlases is based on several technologies, such as the Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) standard or D3 Javascript library, that permit the deployment of functionalities for interactive and dynamic mapping. The team also develops web atlases by using several web-mapping solutions such as Google Maps API, OpenLayers, the ArcGIS Server with ArcGIS API for Javascript and Google Maps API.

AtlasCyclists’ exposure to air pollution and road traffic noise in Mexico City
Philippe Apparicio, Paula Negron, Stéphanie Potvin, Élaine Lesage-Mann, André Lachance, Jérémy Gelb, Mathieu Carrier, Marie-Ève Mathieu, and Simon Kingham
AtlasComparing individual exposure to air and noise pollution in Montreal according to the mode of transportation used
Philippe Apparicio, Jérémy Gelb, André Lachance, Mathieu Carrier, Marie-Ève Mathieu, François Lecoit and Simon Kingham
GeolocalisateurGéolocalisateur d’entreprises métropolitaines (GEM)
Philippe Apparicio, André Lachance and Jérémy Gelb
GeolocalisateurAtlas électronique de l’emploi de la région de Lanaudière
Philippe Apparicio, Martin Gagnon, André Lachance and Jérémy Gelb
Atlas électronique du territoire du CDEM
Philippe Apparicio, Étienne Pelletier and Bernardo Augusto de Alveranga
Atlas électronique de la zone métropolitaine de Montréal
Apparicio, Philippe, Martin Gagnon, and Ivan Franjul
Socioeconomic atlas of the aboriginal communities of Quebec
Apparicio, Philippe, Carole Lévesque, Gaetan Dussault, Benoit Frébault, Damien Dumesque and Dominique Babeux
Atlas of the Registered Indian population in Quebec
Apparicio, Philippe, Carole Lévesque, Gaetan Dussault, Benoit Frébault, Damien Dumesque and Dominique Babeux
Atlas of the Income Security Program for Cree Hunters and Trappers
Apparicio, Philippe, Carole Lévesque, Gaetan Dussault, Benoit Frébault, Damien Dumesque and Dominique Babeux