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Kirill Dudko, a 14-yr old living in Donetsk, Ukraine, noticed an unusual event in our live video stream: an elephant seal eating a hagfish at 894 m.
Our latest publication is now available in print, downloadable pdf and iBook formats.
For the next two months, we're inviting everyone to join a Digital Fishing competition.
Citizen scientist Harold Smith has now contributed over 10,000 annotations to our video database.
From August 2-4, 2011, NEPTUNE Canada teamed up with Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre and Pelagic Technologies to visit our network's shallowest site - Folger Pinnacle.
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!
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.
The 2011 NEPTUNE Canada workshop is set for June 2-4 in Victoria.
Update by NEPTUNE Canada director Chris Barnes on recent happenings in our neck of the ocean.
Scientists, students, technicians and computer programmers converged on Victoria this week.
Going live with the initial data flow on 8 December 2009 was an early Christmas present to all members of our inspired team.
The JOIDES Resolution is in port for a brief stay in Victoria, and we took the opportunity to take a look.
Sidney BC is now home to an exciting new aquarium and marine education centre focusing on the Salish Sea.
Participants from the four corners of the continent and across the Atlantic gathered in Victoria last weekend for a busy 3-day workshop.