October 5-7, 2015 at the University of Victoria
As many of you know, the Barkley Canyon Node was taken offline in January 2015, and the Node was fully recovered in May. Repairs are underway, and the re-installed Node came back online on May 15, while associated instrument platfroms will be re-installed during the June expedition. We took this opportunity to conduct a thorough assessment of the science achievements and future experiments for the observatory installations at Barkley Canyon. During the week of October 5-7, 2015, Ocean Networks Canada hosted a workshop at the University of Victoria for researchers to present results, discuss experiments, assess sites, and recommend plans for future Barkley Canyon research. We are also interested in discussing how the ONC Barkley Canyon experiments moving forward can be integrated into a more regional observation effort with the Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI) off the west coast of the US.
Some travel support is still available. If you need travel assistance, please contact Richard Dewey.
When: October 5 - 7, 2015
Where: University of Victoria, 3800 Finnerty Rd, David Turpin Building, VC Room A144
Maps: David Turpin Building map & campus parking map here
Campus parking: Very limited parking on campus, Lots P4 or P8 (NW) www.uvic.ca/security/parking
Victoria hotel suggestions:
- Victoria Regent Waterfront Hotel (downtown Victoria): www.victoriaregent.com
- Strathcona Hotel (downtown, Douglas St.) www.strathconahotel.com
- Chateau Victoria Hotel (downtown Victoria): www.chateauvictoria.com
Direct public bus transportation ($2.50) from downtown Victoria to UVic: #4, #11, #14, #15