This Arctic season, we caught up with Eric Solomon, Director of Arctic Programs for Ocean Wise, who joined us onboard to conduct microplastics sampling.
Continuing our commitment to supporting and operating nationally accredited science literacy and ocean health programs, we have completed a successful season on Canada’s East Coast and in the Canadian Arctic and Greenland, partnering with a variety of scientists, researchers, and educators.
Satellite-based video conferencing technology is being utilized onboard OOE vessel RCGS Resolute for an educational broadcast to schools across Canada
The Canadian High Arctic Research Station (CHARS) campus has opened in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, providing researchers in the Arctic a world-class facility
Welcome to the blog for the first ever University of Waterloo ‘Physical and Human Geography’ Arctic field school. In Summer 2019, we announced a three-year pilot project program focused on practical learning that introduces students from the University of Waterloo to notable geographic areas and communities in the Canadian Arctic allowing them to study on-site. As they…
For the third time in history, One Ocean Expeditions has contributed to the discovery of a long-lost vessel in collaboration with the Royal Canadian Geographical Society (RCGS).
Past CEO of Ocean Wise, Dr John Nightingale, joins OOE as Senior Ocean Science Advisor, contributing over four decades of experience in ocean sciences.
Today we celebrate World Oceans Day by sharing some of the initiatives One Ocean Expeditions is involved with to protect our oceans.
One Ocean Expeditions is committed to running an operation that prioritizes sustainability, environmental and social responsibility.