- U.S.-Canada Arctic Ocean survey partnership saved costs, increased data
- 7/10/2011 Fisheries & Oceans Canada (.pdf, 382kb)
- Blogs from the Healy: Capt Andy Armstrong.
- USGS Press Briefing
- U.S. Department of State Media Note (.doc, 28kb)
- U.S. Department of State Media Note (.rtf, 36kb)
- US, Canada to delineate limits of Arctic continental shelf (AFP)
WASHINGTON — The United States said Monday it will work with Canada in the next few weeks to delineate the outer limits of the Arctic's continental shelf, a region believed to contain vast oil and gas reserves.
- U.S. and Canada to conduct joint Arctic mission for scientific data collection (BNO NEWS)
WASHINGTON, D.C.— The U.S. State Department on Monday announced that the U.S. Extended Continental Shelf Task Force, chaired by the Department of State, will conduct a joint Arctic mission with the Government of Canada this summer to collect scientific data pertaining to the extended continental shelf and Arctic seafloor.
- U.S., Canada explore Arctic boundaries
WASHINGTON, July 27 (UPI) -- A joint mission conducted by the United States and Canada will help delineate the continental shelf of the Arctic, the U.S. State Department announced.
- U.S. and Canadian researchers explore CO2 impacts on polar waters (E&E)*
For the first time, a joint U.S.-Canada expedition to the Arctic will examine how the world's carbon dioxide output is changing the chemistry of polar waters.Note: This is a subscription site with free trial available.
- Technical Briefing Transcript (Federal News Service)
Note: Transcript is available on this site for a fee.
- August 10, 2009; National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
NOAA Joins Other U.S. Agencies and Canada to Survey the Arctic Continental Shelf
- August 6, 2009; United States Geological Survey
Expedition to Map the Arctic Seafloor
- July 28, 2009; Department of State
U.S.-Canada Joint Expedition to Survey the Extended Continental Shelf in the Arctic
- February 11, 2008; National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
UNH-NOAA Ocean Mapping Expedition Yields New Insights into Arctic Depths
- U.S. Coast Guard Petty Officer Patrick Kelley: Logs from Sea and Images from Sea, 2009 mission
- Canadian videographer and scientist Lawrence Taylor, onboard the Canadian Coast Guard Ship Louis S. St-Laurent: Logs and Images from Sea, 2009 mission (see box on right side of page)
- ARMADA Project Teacher Jonathan Pazol: Logs from Sea, 2009 mission
- NOAA Teacher-At-Sea Christine Hedge: Logs from Sea, 2009 mission
U.S. Department of State: Logs from Sea, 2008 mission
- 9/12/08: Diplomacy in the Middle of the Arctic Ocean
- 9/18/08: Why Does Defining the U.S. Extended Continental Shelf Matter?
- 9/22/08: From Aboard the Healy: What Kinds of Data Are We Collecting?
- 9/23/08: Cooperation with Our Northern Neighbor
- 9/27/08: Life Aboard an Icebreaker
- 9/30/08: Heading Home: Arctic Journey Concludes