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SE-14-02 AUV: MHI Comparison of Fishery-Independent Sampling Methods Project

As you’ve probably noticed, AUVs are getting a lot of attention recently. AUVs, or Autonomous Underwater Vehicles, are on the cutting edge of ocean exploration and science. AUVs have been used to explore Arctic & Antarctic waters beneath the ice, … Continue reading

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SE-14-02 BotCam: MHI Comparison of Fishery-Independent Sampling Methods Project

The BotCam is one of four types of fishery-independent survey gear used as part of the Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center’s (PIFSC) Comparison of Fishery-Independent Methods to Sample Main Hawaiian Islands Bottomfish project. The BotCam was developed by Danny Merritt … Continue reading

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SE-14-02: Hawai‘i Deep-7 Bottomfish Research in the Maui Triangle Region Evaluates Survey Gears for Next Generation Stock Assessment

Researchers from the NOAA Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center (PIFSC) are leading an expedition to develop fishery-independent methods of assessing the abundance of deepwater bottomfish around the main Hawaiian Islands. The bottomfish population supports important commercial and recreational fisheries in … Continue reading

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