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Ocean Networks Canada

Overview of Ocean Networks Canada.
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Dwight Owens

on 16 March 2017

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http://dmas.uvic.ca/home?TREETYPE=1&LOCATION=228&DEVICECATEGORY=65&TIMECONFIG=2
http://www.oceannetworks.ca/sights-sounds/video/live-video/folger-pinnacle-reefcam
http://dmas.uvic.ca/PlottingUtility?refLink=MjQyMHwzOTQHEQ
http://dmas.uvic.ca/Camera?cameraid=1013&deviceid=23180
Possible Baird's Beaked Whale at Clayoquot Slope
http://www.oceannetworks.ca/installations/observatories/atlantic/bay-fundy-minas-passage
Ocean Networks Canada: By the Numbers
2 observatory networks, 4 community observatories
10 shore stations
850+ km seafloor backbone cables
50+ instrumented sites in Canada
7 mobile instrument platforms (more on the way)
380 instruments online 24/7/365
5000 measurement sensors producing data
2006 – VENUS observatory first went online
2009 – NEPTUNE observatory first went online
370+ terabytes of data archived (Dec 2016)
190 gigabytes of data
collected
every day
50-200 gigabytes of data
distributed
every day
45,000 data requests per month
$0.00 – your cost to use the data

27 March 2015: A magnitude 4.9 earthquake struck about 150km South of Port Hardy, Vancouver Island
Accelerometer
Acoustic Receiver
Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler
Air Temperature and Humidity Sensor
Automated ID System Receiver
Barometric Pressure Sensor
Benthic & Resistivity Sensors
Borehole Temperature Logger
Bottom Pressure Recorder
Broadband Seismometer
Camera System
Chemical Miniaturized Analyzer (CHEMINI)
Coastal Radar
CO2 Sensor
Circulation Obviation Retrofit Kit (CORK)
Cabled Observatory Vent Imaging Sonar (COVIS)
Conductivity Temperature Depth (CTD)
Current Meter
Differential Pressure Gauge
Echosounder
Radiometer
Rain Gauge
Sediment Microprofiler
Sediment Trap
Short-period Seismometer
Sound Speed Sensor
Temperature Sensor
Temperature-Depth Logger
Tilt Meter
Turbidity Meter
Water Quality Monitor
Water Sampler
Wind Monitoring System
Echosounder
Flow Meter
Fluorometer
Gas Tension Device
Gravimeter
Hydrophone
Ice Profiler
Imaging Rotary Sonar
Marine Radar System
Meteorological Station
Methane Sensor
Multibeam Sonar
Nitrate Sensor
Oxygen Sensor
pH Sensor
Piezometer
Pressure Gauge
Profiling Sonar
Pyranometer
Pyrgeometer
http://dmas.uvic.ca/Camera?cameraid=23167
http://dmas.uvic.ca/home?TREETYPE=28&LOCATION=207&DEVICECATEGORY=16&TIMECONFIG=2
Ocean Health
Climate change in the ocean
Impacts monitoring
Water quality, marine life, noise
Ecosystem health
Pollution monitoring

Ocean Safety
Earthquake early warning
Tsunami alerts
Sea state
Marine mammal avoidance
Ship traffic
Storm surge alerts

Community
Fishers
Nodes:
Link between primary and secondary infrastructure
High bandwidth data connections
Convert high voltage on backbone (1200 volts in Strait of Georgia) to medium voltage (400 volts)
Monitor and control power and bandwidth use through science ports
2 kinds of connections: fixed and wet-mateable
Removable pod: 2 tons in air, 85 pounds in water
Junction Boxes:
First elements of the secondary infrastructure
Mounted on instrument platforms
Provide port connections for instruments
Control power and bandwidth
Can be "daisy-chained"
Mei Sato: More than up and down: insights into zooplankton phenology through long-term acoustic monitoring
Cape Mudge: 22 April 2016
camera
fluorometer
flow
meter
conductivity - temperature - depth
instrument
laser
methane sensor
methane sensor
3D laser scanning system
turbidity
meter
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