Much of the strategic planning, collaboration, and general sharing of information occur during workshops and conferences. Click on the following events to explore the white papers, talks, and general ideas shared at each past event.
RFG 2018 Panel Discussion - The Earth
The 2018 RFG (Resources for Future Generations) conference explored six themes as they relate to responsible uses of resources into the future: Earth, Energy, Minerals, Water, Resources & Society, and Education & Knowledge. During the ‘Earth’ themed symposium entitled The Canadian Cordillera Array (CCArray), an Integrated Earth Systems Observatory, Dr. David Eaton and Dr. Jeff Fryemueller highlighted new developments with the CCArray.
EON - ROSE Symposium
While the CCArray focuses specifically on conducting research in the Canadian Cordillera, there is considerable interest and potential in rolling out an array across the whole of Canada. This symposium considered the potential of such an additional array, EON-ROSE.
AGU 2017 Fall Meeting Session - S035
At the American Geophysical Union’s 2017 Fall Meeting, in a session entitled “Seismically Surveying North America”, CCArray conveners outlined the lessons gleaned from EarthScope’s USArray and explored how the CCArray might learn from such success.
AGU 2017 Fall Meeting Session - T026
At the American Geophysical Union’s 2017 Fall Meeting, CCArray collaborators lead a session entitled “Multidisciplinary Advances in the Study of the Northern Cordillera of North America” outlining the vast research opportunities available in the Canadian Cordillera. Click for more information.
CCArray Scientific Workshop - Victoria
At the Institute of Ocean Sciences on Vancouver Island 46 people, together with 15 online participants, from across North America and Europe convened to lay out the strategic groundwork for a future launch of the CCArray. Click for more information.
CCArray Virtual Townhall Meeting
On April 26, 2017 the CCArray scientific community held a virtual townhall meeting to review the current status of the project. Click for more information.