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The James Bay Expedition was an exciting ocean expedition aboard the Research Vessel (R/V) William Kennedy, taken place August 2021 and 2022. The goal of the expedition was to explore the marine environment of James Bay and learn how it is interconnected with the nearby river systems. During the last few decades, James Bay has received little attention from scientists, despite its vast size and importance to communities and wildlife. The Bay faces pressures from both hydroelectric development and climate change that will need to be assessed and monitored. Very little is known about the Bay's physical, chemical and biological features such as its circulation patterns, underwater habitats, and food webs so there is much to learn.

Recognition goes to the representatives of Mushkegowuk Council and Cree Nation Government for their Working Group that helped plan these expeditions. Request for data would require permission granted from both governing bodies with an explicit statement on intent of use and purpose.

(Photo credit: Maude Durand from Oceans North)

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    Our Role Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) has the lead federal role in managing Canada's fisheries and safeguarding its waters. The Department: -supports strong economic gr...
    3 research outputs

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Campaign

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Title James Bay Expedition
Research Program Name
Keyword Vocabulary Polar Data Catalogue
Keyword Vocabulary URL https://www.polardata.ca/pdcinput/public/keywordlibrary
Website
Theme Freshwater
Marine
Status In Progress
Project DOI
Metadata Creation Date 2022
Publisher CanWIN
Related Facilities Fisheries and Oceans Canada
Field Value
Project extent
Project Area James Bay
Spatial regions
Spatial extent West Bound Longitude
Spatial extent East Bound Longitude
Spatial extent South Bound Latitude
Spatial extent North Bound Latitude
Temporal extent
Project Start Date 2021-08-01
Project End Date
Field Value
Project Contributors
Principal Investigators
Principal Investigators 1
Principal Investigator Name
Mundy, C. J.
Type of Name
Personal
Principal Investigator Email
cj.mundy@umanitoba.ca
Principal Investigator Affiliation
Centre for Earth Observation Science - University of Manitoba
Principal Investigator ORCID ID
Co-Investigators
Co-Investigators 1
Co-Investigator Name
Mushkegowuk Council
Co-Investigator Role
Rights Holder
Co-Investigator Email
Co-Investigator Affiliation
Co-Investigator ORCID ID
Co-Investigators 2
Co-Investigator Name
Cree Nation Government
Co-Investigator Role
Rights Holder
Co-Investigator Email
Co-Investigator Affiliation
Co-Investigator ORCID ID
Co-Investigators 3
Co-Investigator Name
Kuzyk, Zou Zou
Co-Investigator Role
Project Leader
Co-Investigator Email
zouzou.kuzyk@umanitoba.ca
Co-Investigator Affiliation
Centre for Earth Observation Science - University of Manitoba
Co-Investigator ORCID ID
Project Data Curator Hunt, Janine
Project Data Curator email janine.hunt@umanitoba.ca
Project Data Curator Affiliation Centre for Earth Observation Science - University of Manitoba
Funder Information
Awards
Awards 1
Award Title
Award URL
Funder Name
Funder Identifier
Funder Identifier Type
Funder identifier URL
Grant Number
Field Value
License Name Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
Licence Schema Name SPDX
Licence URL https://spdx.org/licenses
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