Aaron works for the Canadian Hydrographic Service (CHS), a division of the Dept. Fisheries and Oceans whose role is to chart Canadian waterways, in order to ensure commercial navigation and boating safety.
He works to acquire depth data, detect hazards to navigation, measure water levels and produce marine charts. This information allows the continuous update of charts and other publications of CHS including Canadian Tide and Currents Tables.
The challenges in the field of hydrography are diverse when considering the safety of navigation is vital to the vast marine areas of Canada.
Education and awards
B.Sc.Eng University of New Brunswick (2012) Specialization in Ocean Mapping