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Automated Detection of Fishing Vessels using Smart Hydrophones on an Underwater Coastal Glider

@inproceedings{Wood2015AutomatedDO,
  title={Automated Detection of Fishing Vessels using Smart Hydrophones on an Underwater Coastal Glider},
  author={Mark Wood},
  year={2015}
}
AUVs operating in coastal waters where fishing vessels are also operating are at risk of becoming entangled in nets, long lines, or other fishing equipment in the water close to the surface. Autonomous gliders operating in these coastal waters are probably more susceptible to the dangers of these fishing vessels than powered AUVs, but the risks exist 

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