Expédition Amundsen 2016

Expédition Amundsen 2016

Horaire 2016

Le NGCC Amundsen a quitté son port d’attache de Québec le 3 juin 2016 pour une expédition de 125 jours dans l'Arctique canadien. Cette expédition avait pour but d'appuyer le programme de recherche marine d’ArcticNet, le programme GreenEdge-ArcticNet, le programme NETCARE (Network on Climate and Aerosols), le projet integrated Beaufort Observatory (iBO-ESRF) et une collaboration entre ArcticNet, la fondation W. Garfield Weston et Parcs Canada.

  • Leg 1a – GreenEdge/ArcticNet (3 - 23 June) Quebec City to Qikiqtarjuaq
  • Leg 1b – GreenEdge/ArcticNet (23 June - 14 July) Qikiqtarjuaq to Iqaluit
  • Leg 2a – ArcticNet/NETCARE (14 - 27 July) Iqaluit to Qikiqtarjuaq
  • Leg 2b – ArcticNet/NETCARE/The W. Garfield Weston Foundation (27 July - 25 August) Qikiqtarjuaq to Kugluktuk
  • Leg 3a – ArcticNet/ESRF (25 August - 17 September) Kugluktuk to Kugluktuk
  • Leg 3b – ArcticNet/The W. Garfield Weston Foundation (17 September - 6 October) Kugluktuk to Quebec City

Research Licenses

The following research licenses were obtained for the 2016 ArcticNet expedition onboard the CCGS Amundsen:

Quebec

  • Parks Canada Saguenay Marine Park SAGMP-2016-21762

Nunavut

  • Nunavut Research Institute Scientific Research License # 0601016R-M;
  • Department of Fisheries and Oceans license to fish for scientific purposes in the waters of Nunavut # S-16/17-1001-NU;
  • Nunavut Archaeologist Permit # 2016-22A (for Schools on Board visit to Beechey Island)

Northwest Territories

  • Aurora Research Institute Northwest Territories Scientific Research License # 15922;
  • Department of Fisheries and Oceans license to fish for scientific purposes in the waters of the Northwest Territories # S-16/17-1001-NU;

Foreign Waters

  • Vessel Clearance to conduct scientific work in Greenland waters. Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs file No 2016-14192
 

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