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DFO science [Only in French]
Video highlighting the role of Fisheries and Oceans Canada Science and fallen of his research for the citizens, the Canadian economy and even internationally.
Viking buoy IML-4 from Institute Maurice Lamontagne [Only in French]
The Viking buoy launched from the CCGS LEIM.
Sampling Operations
Video of seawater sampling operations onboard an helicopter.
Sampling Team Monitoring Waters in the Gulf
Description of the work carried out directly on the ice covering the St. Lawrence, where they allow the landing of the helicopter.
Charting the seabed for your safety; the role of the hydrographer
The Canadian Hydrographic Service conducts surveys and produces official marine charts that describe Canadian waterways. These charts indicate depths, identify hazards and describe the positions of aids to navigation to determine safe passages, avoid disasters and protect the marine environment.
Canadian Coast Guard - The Sounds of Icebreaking
The underwater sound of the bubbler system on the Canadian Coast Guard Icebreaker CCGS Henry Larsen. Compressed air from under the hull pushes ice away from the ship and reduces friction on the hull.
Research on the survival of wolves outside the water
In eastern Canada, wolffish and spotted wolffish are at risk. Research has shown that wolves can survive up to two hours out of the water. The mandatory catch and release of these wolves in bycatch contributes to their recovery, even when stay long in fishing gear.