Tag Archives: BRUV

Exploring Reef Fish Abundance, Mobile Predator Presence, and Unexplored Mesophotic Habitats around Guam using Baited Remote Underwater Video Stations (BRUVs)

Submitted by Louise Giuseffi, Joe O’Malley and Jake Asher NOAA Scientists Jake Asher, Jamie Barlow, and Louise Giuseffi conducted 160 baited remote underwater video stations (BRUVs) deployments from the NOAA research vessel Oscar Elton Sette during the Guam Insular Fish Research … Continue reading

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Small Boat, Little Room, Big Water: Deploying BRUV’s on an AVON on the Outside Reef at French Frigate Shoals

From May 19 to May 31, 2014 the non-profit research vessel Searcher brought small boat coxswain Jamie Barlow, cruise lead Jake Asher and PIRO employee Emily Crigler to French Frigate Shoals in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. They worked as if … Continue reading

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