Interior and exterior views of research being conducted onboard the Canadian Coast Guard Ship Port Dauphine, which was on loan to the University of Toronto's Great Lakes Institute. The Institute was established in 1960 by Professor George Langford to study the impacts of pollution and the future Douglas Point Nuclear Generating Station on the Great Lakes and their water life. Included are shots of the Porte Dauphine
Winogene Ferguson, Information Officer for the Varsity Graduate (014)
Professor Roger Deane, director of research, with Capitan Archie A. F. Hodge and his ship mate (016)-(020b)
Biologist Mike Wong counting bacteria in a water sample (022)-(023)
portraits of the Capitan (024)-(025b)
the collection of plankton samples (026)-(031) and sediment samples from the lakebed (038)-(040)
and students using other research equipment onboard the ship.