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The Coastal and Ocean Information Network Atlantic (COINAtlantic) website is a hub for coastal and ocean information in Atlantic Canada. We are working to provide open and reliable access to the best information to help various stakeholders make informed decisions relevant to Atlantic Canada.

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Canada in a Changing Climate: Advancing our Knowledge for Action

Canada in a Changing Climate: Advancing our Knowledge for Action

The Atlantic Chapter of the national assessment of how Canada’s climate is changing, the impacts of these changes and how we are adapting to reduce risk.

Climate Change Theme Page
Bay of Fundy: Focus on the Gulf of Maine Initiative

Bay of Fundy: Focus on the Gulf of Maine Initiative

This new section of the COINAtlantic website focuses on the Bay of Fundy and the Gulf of Maine Initiative and has been funded by Environment and Climate Change Canada.

Bay of Fundy: Focus on the Gulf of Maine Initiative

20th Anniversary: World Oceans Day 2012
Events in Atlantic Canada

 


Nova Scotia

 

World Oceans Day Celebration | Activités de la Journée mondiale des oceans

Date: Friday, June 8 · 10:00am - 3:30pm

  • Wear blue and join in the big, blue human wave at 1PM on the water side of the museum - our regional tribute to the international Wear Blue, Tell Two.

Location: Halifax Waterfront, Maritime Museum of the Atlantic | Front de mer d’Halifax, Musée maritime de l’Atlantique, 1675 Lower Water Street | 1675, rue Lower Water, Halifax, NS

DOWNLOAD POSTERS HERE: ENGLISH | FRENCH

  • Maritime Museum of the Atlantic Website 

 

Eighth Annual Elisabeth Mann Borgese Ocean Lecture: Blue Planet Under Threat: Challenges and Opportunities at Rio+20

Date: 7 PM, Friday, June 8, 2012

Location: Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie University

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  • Websitehttp://internationaloceaninstitute.dal.ca/emb-lecture.htm 

 

Celtic Mass for the Sea & Currents of Sable Island

Date and time: 9 June, 7 PM to Sunset

Location: Queen's Landing, Halifax Waterfront

 

IOI-Canada, Oceans Film Festival

Date: 6th, 13th and 20th June.

Locations: see website link below

 


New Brunswick

St. Andrews Seafood Festival - http://www.standrewsseafoodfestival.ca/index.htm

Date: June 5 -10

Location: St. Andrews, NB

 

 


Newfoundland and Labrador

The 3rd Annual World Oceans Day Family

Event Date: Saturday June 9, 2012 10:00AM - 3:00PM

Location: Marine Institute 155 Ridge Road St. John's NL

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  • Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=124288307584080&v=wall
  • Website - http://www.fishaq.gov.nl.ca/education/kids.html#wod

 


Prince Edward Island



Canadian WOD




International WOD



 

The Coastal Update Newsletter has been published since 1997 and is is distributed monthly to over 5800 people worldwide by email.

The Coastal Update highlights research, documents, resources, events, and opportunities related to integrated coastal and ocean management, coastal mapping and geomatics, and other coastal and marine issues.

 

COINAtlantic Tools

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Search Utility

Launch the CSU to find and display geographic data and information. 

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GeoContent Generator

Explore the CGG to create searchable and geographically referenced metadata

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Data Accessibility Tool

Learn more about the Data Accessibility Benchmark Organizational Self-Assessment Tool

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Alexi Baccardax Westcott

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Andrew Sherin

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