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Ground has been broken and construction is now underway on a new test tank and storage facility.
Meet Tempo-Mini, the newest instrument platform at Main Endeavour.
Remembering Karen Tang, a software developer who contributed much to NEPTUNE Canada.
Chris Barnes' (Director, NEPTUNE Canada) update on funding options, the June NC workshop, and summer cruises.
Nobody ever promised this would be easy, especially when it came to installing our one-of-a-kind Vertical Profiler System (VPS).
Update by NEPTUNE Canada director Chris Barnes on recent happenings in our neck of the ocean.
Our first year of operations produced many successes and accomplishments.
Our Spring 2010 installation & maintenance cruise sailed May 8-24 aboard the CCGS John P Tully.
US-Canada collaboration on ocean research took a major step forward today with signing of a new Memorandum of Understanding.
Sidney BC is now home to an exciting new aquarium and marine education centre focusing on the Salish Sea.
A hollow-centred buoy is the scene of test deployments for a high-resolution underwater camera.
The DMAS team continues to advance steadily on multiple fronts.
This year should prove to be a benchmark for NEPTUNE Canada.
For the most part, instruments performed as expected, but there were some malfunctions and surprises too.
The new oceans layer in Google Earth 5.0 has opened new opportunities to explore our oceans.
One of NEPTUNE Canada’s most exciting instrument platforms arrived from Japan this month.
A newly configured instrument platform was successfully deployed in Saanich Inlet last Sunday. With all instruments up and running, data are beginning to flow.
NEPTUNE Canada’s first two production junction boxes were delivered to the Marine Technology Centre in Saanich on 20 August 2008.