Links of the month: the catch-up edition (part 1)
12 April 2018
We haven't posted links of the month for a while, but in recent months there have been a great variety of interesting papers that included Echoview in their research, so we’ll catch up across two posts.
Firstly, we’d like to focus on the following paper, of which Echoview’s Toby Jarvis was co-author:
This project used a RESON SeaBat 7125 mounted on an AUV to examine fish and squid targets at 850 m depth in Monterey Bay, California, and includes detailed information on multibeam data processing in Echoview.
Continuing our Links of the Month series, here’s part 1 of the recent publications by our valued Echoview users:
- Does redistribution or local growth underpin rebuilding of Canada’s Northern cod?
- Foraging hotspots of common and roseate terns: the influence of tidal currents, bathymetry, and prey density
- Possible unintended effects of management at an invasion front: Reduced prevalence corresponds with high condition of invasive bigheaded carps
- Avian predator buffers against variability in marine habitats with flexible foraging behavior
- Acoustically Measured Distribution and Abundance of Atlantic Menhaden (Brevoortia tyrannus) in a Shallow Estuary in Long Island, NY
- Observation and quantification of two incidents of mass fish kill of Icelandic summer spawning herring (Clupea harengus) in the winter 2012/2013
- Method for estimating relative abundance and species composition around oil and gas platforms in the northern Gulf of Mexico, U.S.A.
- Unraveling the intricate dynamics of planktonic Arctic marine food webs. A sensitivity analysis of a well-documented food web model
- Use of an Autonomous Surface Vehicle reveals small-scale diel vertical migrations of zooplankton and susceptibility to light pollution under low solar irradiance
- Inferred fish behavior its implications for hydroacoustic surveys in nearshore habitats
- Vertical distribution of the sound-scattering layer in the Amundsen Sea, Antarctica
- Deep-water calibration of echosounders used for biomass surveys and species identification
- Diving Behavior of Sei Whales Balaenoptera borealis Relative to the Vertical Distribution of Their Potential Prey
- Stock Assessment of Commercial Fish Species of Lake Victoria
- Opportunistic acoustic recordings of (potential) orangeback flying squid Sthenoteuthis pteropus in the Central Eastern Atlantic
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