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POGO vertical profile system is alive and well, gathering data from Barkley Upper Slope.
Our first in a series of technical workshops was held on March 8th at the University of British Columbia’s Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences in Vancouver.
Two years ago today, NEPTUNE Canada started live online delivery of data from our seafloor network.
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 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.
Can "crowd sourcing" be harnessed to identify and classify fish swimming through our extensive underwater video archive?
The ocean is at your fingertips and even in your pocket with our latest mobile applications.
A new and improved data search utility is now available on our website.
In our first few months of operations, we recorded 267,000 data files and our dataset has grown to 4.4 terabytes.
Scientists, students, technicians and computer programmers converged on Victoria this week.
From the outside, it may have appeared that not much was happening with us fall.
The big day finally arrived, and with the click of a mouse, NEPTUNE Canada went live.
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's DMAS team is now actively developing "Oceans 2.0", an exciting new CANARIE-funded initiative.
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!