Benthic monitoring with robotic platforms — The experience of Australia

  title={Benthic monitoring with robotic platforms — The experience of Australia},
  author={Oscar Pizarro and S. B. Williams and M. V. Jakuba and Matthew Johnson-Roberson and Ian Mahon and Mitch Bryson and Daniel M. Steinberg and Ariell Friedman and Donald G. Dansereau and Navid Nourani-Vatani and Daniel Bongiorno and Michael Bewley and Asher Bender and N. Ashan and Bertrand Douillard},
  journal={2013 IEEE International Underwater Technology Symposium (UT)},
Australias Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS) has a strategic focus on the impact of major boundary currents on continental shelf environments, ecosystems and biodiversity. To improve our understanding of natural, climate change, and human-induced variability in shelf environments, the IMOS Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) facility has been charged with generating physical and biological observations of benthic variables that cannot be cost-effectively obtained by other means… CONTINUE READING


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