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Telemetry to Monitor Underwater Sound in Killer Whale Habitat

Years of development culminated in a MacArtney telemetry concept measuring and transmitting individual noise profiles for complex acoustic data tracking to help preserve and recover one of Canada’s most iconic species: the Southern Resident Killer Whale. Under the Canadian Species at Risk Act, the Southern Resident Killer Whale was recently concluded to be facing an approaching threat to survival and

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Canada Launches $29 Million Ocean Sustainability Project

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By Devin Partida Microplastics are very tiny pieces of plastic either created intentionally for abrasive purposes or formed from larger pieces of decomposed plastic. They’re small enough to infest natural underwater vegetation or be eaten by wildlife. As such, microplastics pose a significant threat to our oceans and marine conservation efforts. In the past, microplastics were removed by placing filters in

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Canada’s Ocean Supercluster

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Canada’s Ocean Supercluster continues to press ahead during the coronavirus pandemic, The Chronicle Herald reported. The public-private group formed in 2018 and is based in Atlantic Canada, with the goal of increasing Canada’s ocean economy by $14 billion and 3,000 new jobs over the next 10 years. CEO Kendra MacDonald said the goal is to build ocean enterprises to 3

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RBR Opens New Office at Ocean Innovation Center

Ottawa-based sensor developer RBR is joining a collaborative ocean technologies center called COVE. COVE, the Centre for Ocean Ventures & Entrepreneurship, is a collaborative facility for applied innovation in the ocean sector located in Halifax Harbor in Nova Scotia, Canada. RBR is a company that creates instruments to measure the blue planet. From the ocean abyss to the polar ice

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“Ocean Shock” Interactive Web Series Details Disaster Trends for Fish Worldwide

Reuters reporters and photographers spent more than a year collecting stories and little-reported data for a series revealing a natural disaster unfolding beneath the sea. Their findings, released this week in a multi-media interactive web series called “Ocean Shock”, include the following: Fish are moving 10 times farther on average than land animals affected by rising temperatures; In the U.S.

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Schedule Announced for Teledyne Marine 2018 Users’ Conference

Teledyne Marine and local manufacturers’ representative DASCO Equipment have announced the availability of the schedule for their jointly hosted Users’ Conference in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada on September 18-19, 2018.  This event, which will concentrate on oceanographic and hydrographic technology, will include customer presentations, product / software training, on-water demonstrations and the opportunity to consult with Teledyne’s technology experts.  As

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