The author has identified the following significant results. Imagery obtained on 25 January 1974, shows a well-defined plume at the mouth of the Niagara River and a much smaller but intense plume emanating from Port Dalhousie Harbor, Ontario. Additionally, a plume can be seen trailing eastward from the outer end of the Welland Canal. This is the first time that a clear-cut winter view of these plumes was detected by the ERTS-1 satellite outside the navigation season. Since the Welland Canal was not in operation, it is likely that the plume, visible along the canal's outer jetty on frames 1551-15313-4-5, was the result of westward moving turbid water emanating from Port Dalhousie Harbor to the west.