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You can help keep our West Coast clean and safe by reporting marine debris via Coastbuster for Android.
Folger Pinnacle instrument platform was recently reinstalled with the help from many of our skilled friends.
High-precision tiltmeters and absolute pressure guages will help scientists gain insight into strains building up within the Cascadia subduction zone.
Ground has been broken and construction is now underway on a new test tank and storage facility.
Two years ago today, NEPTUNE Canada started live online delivery of data from our seafloor network.
Meet Tempo-Mini, the newest instrument platform at Main Endeavour.
Summary of first half of our installation and maintenance cruise (July 13 -17). Find out what we've accomplished so far!
Hang on to your bottom pressure recorders, the crew is about to embark!
Summary of the research, challenges and future initiatives from the June 2011 three-day NEPTUNE Canada Workshop.
Ocean Networks Canada Centre for Enterprise & Engagement (ONCCEE), in co-operation with IBM, is striving to implement new software for real-time analysis of video data.
Nobody ever promised this would be easy, especially when it came to installing our one-of-a-kind Vertical Profiler System (VPS).
Can "crowd sourcing" be harnessed to identify and classify fish swimming through our extensive underwater video archive?
The 2011 NEPTUNE Canada workshop is set for June 2-4 in Victoria.
An amazing new website lets you listen in beneath waters of the northeast Pacific, Mediterranean and North Atlantic.
NEPTUNE Canada staff, contractors and partners have been super busy this summer, preparing our August-October installations.
Scientists, students, technicians and computer programmers converged on Victoria this week.
US-Canada collaboration on ocean research took a major step forward today with signing of a new Memorandum of Understanding.
Saturday, Feb. 27 2010, 0634UTC, a magnitude 8.8 earthquake occurred off the coast of Chile.
Going live with the initial data flow on 8 December 2009 was an early Christmas present to all members of our inspired team.
Graduate student Katleen Robert has started up a new blog on Deep-sea Ecology.
NEPTUNE Canada researchers from Jacobs University in Bremen, Germany recently drove Wally the Crawler on its first deep-sea scientific walkabout.
New funding has been awarded by CANARIE to support some exciting new approaches to data collection and analysis.
Esquimalt Graving Dock was bustling with activity as celebrants gathered to watch equipment loaded onto the C/S Lodbrog and the R/V Atlantis.
Sporting a new set of angled blue bumpers, NEPTUNE Canada’s Vertical Profiler System took a second test dip in 7m of water.
A hollow-centred buoy is the scene of test deployments for a high-resolution underwater camera.
After a flurry of recent activity, NEPTUNE Canada’s eagerly anticipated Vertical Profiler System took its first bath in 7m of water.
Participants from the four corners of the continent and across the Atlantic gathered in Victoria last weekend for a busy 3-day workshop.
NEPTUNE Canada director Chris Barnes provides an update on current activities, plans and meetings.
A lot of effort has been going into pulling together all the pieces for next summer’s instrument installation.
Specialists from several leading institutions gathered in Victoria to explore a way forward for ocean data interoperability.
The NEPTUNE Canada website has a new look, but this is just the start!
A newly configured instrument platform was successfully deployed in Saanich Inlet last Sunday. With all instruments up and running, data are beginning to flow.