The Ocean Observatory Council represents the interests of major ONC science users, made up of members and working groups focused on observatory topics and locations.
The Ocean Observatory Council includes members representing inshore and offshore research sectors, and representatives from ONC’s two major government partners: Fisheries and Oceans Canada and Natural Resources Canada.
Interests: Geochemistry, Chemical Sedimentology, Marine ChemistryVisit Website
Interests: Biogeochemistry, River-Ocean-Coastal Connections, Arctic Ocean, Community-Based ObservingVisit Website
Interests: Physical oceanography, arctic oceanographyVisit Website
Interests: Marine Spatial Planning, Earthquake Risk AssessmentVisit Website
Interests: Hydrothermal systems, volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits, seafloor massive sulfide formation, geochemistryVisit Website
Interests: Data science, machine learning, underwater acoustics, marine robotics, (astrophysics, nuclear physics)Visit Website
Interests: Evolutionary biological oceanography, in particular the evolution of the first metazoan body plansVisit Website
Interests: Seafloor and habitat mapping, ocean characterization, spatial ecology, acoustic surveying, image analysis, photogrammetry and ocean technologyVisit Website
Interests: Ocean observation using autonomous vehicles like ocean floats and gliders, bio-physical interactionsVisit Website
Interests: Sustainable development in the context of debates about cultural meanings, environmental values, perceived risk, environmental and ecosystem healthVisit Website