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Fall 2019 Newsletter

Highlights

ASL Announces Dr. Laura Hobbs and Dr. Roland Proud as the 2019 Acoustic Zooplankton Fish Profiler (AZFP) Award Contest Winners
Dr. Gary Borstad Receives Val Shaw Memorial Award from the Canadian Remote Sensing Society
Rogue Wave Study at Tofino, BC
Dissolved Oxygen Loggers from ASL's Lease Pool Reveal Diurnal Dynamics of Eutrophic Lake
ASL Hires Dr. Matthew Asplin for the Position
of Metocean and Arctic Project Manager
ASL’s Lease Pool Expanded
James Bartlett New Point of Contact for ASL Sales and Third-Party Products
Acoustic Scintillation Flow Meter Engineering Code Acceptance
ASL Provides Co-op Work Experience
ASL Riders Cross Finish Line Along with Thousands to Raise Funds for Cancer Research
Alexander Graham Joins ASL’s Remote Sensing Team
Conference Attendance


Spring 2019 Newsletter

Highlights

MUD: The Next Generation in Acoustic Backscatter Measurements
Real-time Currents - Second Narrows
Mooring Design, System Integration
Sea Level Study Using GPS and Ice Profiling Sonar in Greenland
Detection of Subsurface oil
IPS To Measure Frazil Ice
Hydrodynamic Modelling
ASL Tours Marine Science (USF) Slocum Lab
Computer Vision-based Detection of Fish
Equipment Leasing
etc.


Fall 2018 Newsletter

Highlights

AZFP Food Web Study of Keystone Arctic Marine Species
AZFP Used to Detect Fish and Plankton Movement Between Arctic Marine and Lagoon Environments
Equipment Leasing
ASL Announces Its 2018 AZFP Award Winner
New Application of AZFP to Examine the Onset of Hypoxia Using Cyanobacteria as a Marker
New ASL Personnel
International Conferences.


June 2018 Newsletter

Highlights

Glider-Based Ecosystem Study in Terra Nova Bay, Ross Sea
Field Services and Custom Moorings
New Additions to ASL’s Metocean Equipment Lease Pool
Raft-mounted Multifrequency AZFP with Cellular Modem
NOAA to Use ASL's AZFP in Proposed Strategy to Examine Spatial and Temporal Distribution of Krill in Antarctic
Enter ASL's 2018 Early Career Scientist Contest to Win Using the Autonomous Scientific Echo Sounder for Three Months
Invited Talk on Water Colour Time Series in Biological Studies
ASL Annual Beach Clean-up at Coles Bay Regional Park
International Conferences


January 2018 Newsletter

Highlights

Successful Recovery of Marine Arctic Ecosystem Study Mooring Data
ASL – The First 40 Years
An Oceanographic Study of the Nass River Estuary, BC, Canada
US Naval Research Laboratory Plans to Use an Acoustic Zooplankton Fish Profiler (AZFP) to Conduct Ecosystem Research
Gary Borstad’s Invited Talk: History of “Hyperspectral Remote Sensing in Canada”
Ocean Networks Canada's WERA Radar Detected Tsunami-Like Event Sixty Kilometres Offshore
International Conferences


Summer 2017 Newsletter

Highlights

Fraser River Delta Sediment Studies
Custom Oceanographic Moorings
Fine-scale Foraging Behaviour of Juvenile Pacific Salmon and North Pacific Humpback Whales in BC
Current Measurements of Fin Fish Aquaculture Sites
Drones for Earth Observation Applications
ASL Announces 2017 AZFP Award Winner
International Conferences
Acoustic Scintillation Flow Meter (ASFM) Moves Closer to Engineering Code Acceptance
ASFM Flow Measurements Conducted at Wells Dam


Winter 2017 Newsletter

Highlights

ASL at the ArcticNet Annual Science Meeting, Dec. 2016
In Situ Anchor, Frazil and River Ice Cover Development
Ice and Physical Oceanographic Observations in the Chukchi Beaufort Seas 2008–2016
ASL's Ice Profilers Survive Collision with Ice Island and Continue Sampling for Two More Years


Fall 2016 Special Sediment Newsletter

Highlights

Measuring Sediment Processes, from Lakes to Deepwater
Water Quality in Florida's Waterways
Fraser River Delta: Turbidity Flows
Numerical Modelling and Remote Sensing
Cooling Water Intake in the Gulf of Mexico
AZFP Sediment Detection in the Fraser River Delta
ASL Equipment Lease Pool for Sediment Measurements


Spring 2016 Newsletter

Highlights

Ultra deep AZFP to Canary Islands Spain
AZFP Award Announcement
Multiple AZFP for Ocean Observatories Initiative
PhD candidate studies plankton near bowhead whales
ASL Ice Profilers to be used to study region Arctic ice


Spring 2015 Newsletter

Highlights

Alaska LNG Terminal Ice Studies
Norwegian Polar Inst. Ice Analysis
Marine Services in Tanzania
Mackenzie River NWT Ice Studies
High Res 3D River Modeling BC
WERA HF Radar in St Lawrence Estuary
Remote Sensing as a Tool for Watershed Restoration in BC
Hazardous Sea Ice Characterization


Summer 2014 Newsletter

Highlights

Metocean-Ice Programs
Ice Profilers™ to Finland
Marine Services in Tanzania
Assessment of Reclaimed Areas
AZFP™ to study Antarctic silverfish
Seven AZFP ™ to Ocean Observatories Initiative


Summer 2014 Newsletter

Highlights

Nares Strait Ice Study
Cambridge Bay Underwater Observatory
Ocean Data Geoportal
AZFP for the Ocean Observatories Initiative


Spring 2014 Newsletter

Highlights

Norwegian Coast Guard to the Rescue!
North BC Coast
Recent AZFP sales
Peace River Management

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