The cycling of the three key chemical controls on life in the ocean (carbon, oxygen, & nitrogen) is undergoing unprecedented change as a result of human activities. We aim to observe, understand, and predict complex interactions within these biogeochemical cycles through a number of different ways. Learn more about these research projects by clicking on the links below.
Additional Research Projects
The Coastal Environmental Observation Technology and Research (CEOTR) group, based at Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia, is comprised of qualified personnel with expertise in instrument support, field logistics, glider operations and data management. CEOTR has extensive experience in supporting oceanographic and geophysical research, and the technical and scientific expertise to ensure the success of research initiatives in Atlantic Canada. Learn more.