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On June 26, NEPTUNE Canada completed our summer cruise, Wiring the Abyss 2012. Despite challenges with our long cable lays, overall the cruise was a success.
Surprisingly it appears that the movements and distributions of fin whales in the North Pacific can be tracked by studying seismic data.
Acoustic Doppler Current Profilers, or ADCPs, are used in our subsea network and other oceanographic applications to measure the various currents at different sites.
Over our first two years of operations, NEPTUNE Canada has recorded thousands of hours of video, both during installation dives and from underwater cameras installed across our subsea network. All this video needs to be studied. But it’s a daunting task for scientists to view so much footage and describe what they see – this is where you can help.
Meet Tempo-Mini, the newest instrument platform at Main Endeavour.
Our fall 2011 installation and maintenance cruise sailed September 10 – 30 aboard the R/V Thompson.
NEPTUNE Canada scientists and engineers are sailing again, aboard the R/V Thompson for 3 weeks.
Our first year of operations produced many successes and accomplishments.
During one month at sea, we added 2 transmission cables and 26 new instruments to our seafloor observatory.
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.
Two maintenance and installation cruises are planned for 2010.
The first leg of our summer 2009 installation is coming to a close soon.
This year should prove to be a benchmark for NEPTUNE Canada.
The new oceans layer in Google Earth 5.0 has opened new opportunities to explore our oceans.
A newly configured instrument platform was successfully deployed in Saanich Inlet last Sunday. With all instruments up and running, data are beginning to flow.