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Two years ago today, NEPTUNE Canada started live online delivery of data from our seafloor network.
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!
Our Folger Pinnacle instrument platform is now up and running after a team of divers plugged in the extension cable connecting it to our network last week.
NEPTUNE Canada staff, contractors and partners have been super busy this summer, preparing our August-October installations.
A new and improved data search utility is now available on our website.
Our Spring 2010 installation & maintenance cruise sailed May 8-24 aboard the CCGS John P Tully.
In our first few months of operations, we recorded 267,000 data files and our dataset has grown to 4.4 terabytes.
Two maintenance and installation cruises are planned for 2010.
Going live with the initial data flow on 8 December 2009 was an early Christmas present to all members of our inspired team.
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.
For the most part, instruments performed as expected, but there were some malfunctions and surprises too.
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.
One of NEPTUNE Canada’s most exciting instrument platforms arrived from Japan this month.
The NEPTUNE Canada website has a new look, but this is just the start!