Postdoctoral opportunity at University of Queensland using Saildrone technology to investigate marine protected areas

State-of-the-art Saildrone technology will be used in this project to measure the physical and biological environment inside and outside the marine protected area (MPA). A Saildrone is an unmanned surface vehicle that uses wind and solar power to perform autonomous data collection, and can be equipped with a sensor payload that can provide high-resolution spatial and temporal data on water temperature, chlorophyll-a, coloured dissolved organic matter, dissolved oxygen, currents (using an acoustic doppler current profiler), and biomass of large zooplankton and fish (using echosounders).

Say hi to Echoview at the OCEANS conference in Seattle

Echoview Software will be attending OCEANS '19 in Seattle next week (October 27-31). If you're attending, be sure to visit the Echoview table in the Exhibit Hall and say hello to Brett Merritt (CEO), Tim Chalke (Sales Manager) and Briony Hutton (Product Manager).

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