ODAS buoy deployed in 43 48.151N 060 39.165W. The ODAS buoy is identified as a 1.0 meter diameter spherical yellow buoy equipped with radar reflectors and a yellow flashing light with ODAS characteristics Flash (5) 20 seconds.
ODAS buoy deployed in 43 48.113N 060 39.114W. The ODAS buoy is identified as a 0.5 meter diameter spherical orange buoy with a 3 meter vertical spar equipped with radar reflectors and flashing light.
Science buoy deployed in the vicinity of Chatham Sound, located at 54 12.060N 130 27.120W.
Top of mooring 67 meters below surface.
Off position and unlit.
Three buoys moored 6 metres under water at:
48 26.206N 064 18.096W
48 26.149N 064 18.097W
48 26.094N 064 18.097W
Effective immediately and until further notice, the following area has been declared an Ice Control Zone:
Ice Control Zone Uniform (U) North of 50 degrees has been activated.
Mariners are cautioned that bergy waters exist South and East of this zone.
All laden oil tankers and ships carrying chemicals in bulk should comply with Transport Canada's TP 15163 of the Joint Industry-Government Guidelines.
Ice Control Zone X-Ray (X) has been activated.
Sub-surface mooring deployed on the Northeast Newfoundland Shelf, with top flotation at 20m depth, position: 47 33.21 N 052 34.47 W
Habitat construction in the vicinity of Burrard Inlet located at 49 17.553N 123 02.525W.
Hours of work Monday to Friday between 1500 to 0130 UTC until 03 Mar, 2020.
Work boats monitoring VHF Channel 69.
Unreliable. Burning at reduced intensity.
Prince Rupert MCTS. RADAR located at Dundas Island inoperative 162246 UTC Feb 2020.
Replaced by year-round lighted spar buoy
Changed from Fl R 4s to FL R 3.5s.