Tags archives: Freshwater

  • Receiver arrays comprised of both 69 and 180 KHz receivers, >100 acoustic transmitters in fish and 5-10 tags on ringed seals were deployed in the Resolute Bay area of Lancaster Sound. Two receiver arrays were deployed perpendicular to the shore. High-frequency boat-based hydroacoustic survey data... [read more]
  • In 2008 / 2009 an array of 65 receivers was deployed in and recovered from the inner Frobisher Bay (63o N 68o W), a macrotidal estuary on southeastern Baffin Island, Nunavut, Canada. Additionally, over 60 char were tagged (acoustic) at the Bay of Two Rivers. Name Email Phone Number P... [read more]
  • An acoustic array of 42 receivers was deployed in 2013 and then retrieved and redeployed in 2014. An additional 60 individual char were tagged in 2014, bringing the total number of tracked individuals to 120. In addition, CTD casts were conducted along systematic transects in the area in both 2013 a... [read more]
  • In the summer of 2012, the main central Arctic research program was relocated from Cumberland Sound to Scott Inlet/Sam Ford Trough. The program consists of an acoustic array of 70 receivers with an additional 10 moorings and 2 stations with oceanographic equipment and marine mammal listening devices... [read more]
  • This project tracks the spatial and temporal movements of key fish and marine mammal species using a combination of satellite tags, acoustic (V6) and chat tags, and an array of VR2W receivers deployed in the Sound. Name Email Phone Number Primary Contact Fred Whoriskey oceantra... [read more]
  • Scotty Creek Research Station was founded in 1999, with Scotty Creek draining 152 km2 area of high boreal forest continuing discontinuous permafrost, with a high concentration of wetlands. Because the permafrost is relatively warm, thin and discontinuous, permafrost thaw is widespread. This is leadi... [read more]
  • Havikpak Creek Research Station was founded in 1991, with the watershed draining 20 km2 area of forest, shrubs and a small portion of tundra. The site is underlain by continuous permafrost, with very high ground ice content. Changes in climate is resulting in substantial changes in snow cover, evapo... [read more]
  • Small 14' X 16' cabin with cooking facilities and bunks, suitable for housing 4 people. Could support more, if tents were used. Semi-insulated with oil heat. Name Email Phone Number Primary Contact Amie Black amie.black@canada.ca (613) 998-8523 Secondary Contact Jim Leafloor... [read more]
  • Torngat Mountains Base Camp and Research Centre is located just outside the southern edge of Torngat Mountains National Park, in Saglek Fjord. The camp consists of a wet and dry lab, full-service kitchen (meals are provided), laundry facilities and washrooms with flush-toilets and showers. There are... [read more]
  • The Research Centre consists of a wet lab, dry lab, boardroom, work stations, walk-in cooler, walk-in freezer and washrooms. There is also an adjoining accommodation space with bedrooms, a common area, kitchen and washrooms that can accommodate up to eight people on a year-round basis. The work spac... [read more]
  • The Western Arctic Research Centre (WARC) is a two-story complex, plus three unheated warehouses, located on secure property. It operates year-round and can provide researchers with a range of logistical support for field- and office-based research in the western Arctic and Beaufort Delta coastal re... [read more]