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Canada’s Ocean Supercluster: A six-part series

Vents and chimneys on an underwater volcano

Colourful hydrothermal vents and chimneys on the volcanic Vailulu'u seamount in the Samoan islands. The ocean floor was long thought to be flat and featureless, but new technology is revealing — and mapping — its diverse topography. (Photo: Vailulu'u 2005 Exploration, NOAA-OE)

Photo: Vailulu'u 2005 Exploration, NOAA-OE
Researchers and industry leaders now have quicker access to data showing the complexity of the world’s seabed. Part five of Canada’s Ocean Supercluster: a six-part series. 

For the Vitality project, Barry Stevens, president of Stevens Solutions & Design Inc., has been playing around with huge swathes of data on aquaculture, tidal energy and off-shore wind energy projects to show how the ocean looks and how it changes. (Image courtesy 3D Wave Design/Stevens Solutions & Design Inc.)

Image courtesy 3D Wave Design/Stevens Solutions & Design Inc.
Part 4 of Canada’s Ocean Supercluster: a six-part series
A Student on Ice teacher talks to students in a small boat surrounded by ice

The Ocean Supercluster is collaborating with organizations such as Students on Ice (SOI) Foundation to encourage youth to become engaged in the blue economy. (Photo: © Lee Narraway/SOI Foundation)

Photo: © Lee Narraway / SOI Foundation
Part three of Canada’s Ocean Supercluster: A six-part series
Tidal energy infrastructure

(Photo: Courtesy Sustainable Marine Energy)

Tidal energy infrastructure
Part two of Canada’s Ocean Supercluster: A six-part series

(Photo: Thierry Meirer Pkepaemboiu/Unsplash)

Part one of Canada’s Ocean Supercluster: A six-part series
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