RV POLARSTERN IN THE ARCTIC

Seabed instrumentation to be moored at 2,500 metres depth off east Greenland to study ecological impact of climate change in the Fram Strait.


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THE ARCTIC MARINE CORRIDOR

The biggest obstacle to tapping $1 trillion in recoverable Arctic oil and gas reserves is lack of reliable hydrographic charts. Enter Karl Kenny and the charting revolution.


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SUPPORTING OCEAN TECHNOLOGY IN NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR

July 22, 2014

(Holyrood, NL; 10 July 2014) The Honourable Rob Moore, Regional Minister for Newfoundland and Labrador and Minister of State (Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency), today visited the Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University of Newfoundland’s Holyrood Marine Base, which is developing into a world leader in oceans-related research, thanks in part to past Government of Canada investments totaling close to $1.4 million.

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Health Monitoring Software Supported by Provincial Government

July 22, 2014

The Provincial Government is providing approximately $80,000 to implement a software-based Sea Lice Decision Support System within the province, a project that supports the advancing of best practices in aquaculture. The Honourable Keith Hutchings, Minister of Fisheries and Aquaculture, announced the funding today, which will help the Newfoundland Aquaculture Industry Association establish and test this powerful tool for monitoring sea lice prevalence and evaluating control programs.  
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RDC BOARD OF DIRECTORS ANNOUNCED IN JULY 2014

July 22, 2014

St. John's, NL, 17 July 2014   Fraser H. Edison
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DRILLING FOR TALENT: THE CHALLENGES FACING UK IN THE NORTH SEA

July 22, 2014

(June 20th, 2014) The UK North Sea will remain an important region for oil and gas for years to come. Most of its fields are expected to remain economically viable until 2020 at the earliest, and high oil prices have given a boost to exploration in the North East Atlantic basin in areas previously considered marginal and thereby uneconomic. The region still boasts estimated oil and gas reserves of 9.4 billion boe with a 50 per cent plus chance of recoverability.

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