Sea ice fills the mouth of the St. Lawrence River in this image, captured by the MODIS on the Aqua satellite on January 17, 2010. The St. Lawrence River carries water from the Great Lakes out into the Gulf of St. Lawrence and then into the Atlantic Ocean.
In this image, Quebec City is near the bottom left corner. The St. Lawrence River runs diagonally across the image. The Gulf of St. Lawrence is on the right side of the image. New Brunswick is at the bottom center as well as the very northern tip of Maine. The island in the Gulf of St. Lawrence is Anticosti Island.