300+ species tracked
across 800 projects globally
A global community of researchers is using OTN’s infrastructure and analytical tools to track the movements and survival of keystone, commercially important and endangered species.
Since its inception in 2017, 50 cents from every can of Big Spruce Brewing and the Ocean Tracking Network’s Tag! You’re It! (TYI) conservation financing beer have been allocated to non-profit organizations and charities in Canada that support healthy aquatic...
A message from the directors: Since 2008, the Ocean Tracking Network (OTN) has been creating a research, data management and infrastructure platform that tightly integrates biological, oceanographic and social sciences, promotes technological innovation and fosters...
A new research project funded by Horizon Europe will track aquatic animals across all four corners of Europe in support of conservation and management. Strategic Infrastructure for Improved Animal Tracking in European Seas (STRAITS) is a four-year, 3.5-million-euro...
On June 8, 2022, the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) endorsed nine projects as part of the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development. Six of those are nestled under the Marine Life 2030 program, including the...
OTN-supported researchers are addressing questions of relevance and priority in Canada and around the world.
2,800+ OTN receivers
deployed in key aquatic locations across the globe
OTN positions its equipment to link to and leverage existing receiver capacity, creating a worldwide network and providing truly global tracking coverage.
covered by gliders, and counting
OTN and partners are pioneering robotic oceanographic monitoring and data collection.
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