End to End Digitisation and Analysis of Three-Dimensional Coral Models, from Communities to Corallites

@article{GutierrezHeredia2016EndTE,
  title={End to End Digitisation and Analysis of Three-Dimensional Coral Models, from Communities to Corallites},
  author={L. Gutierrez-Heredia and F. Benzoni and Emma Murphy and E. Reynaud},
  journal={PLoS ONE},
  year={2016},
  volume={11}
}
Coral reefs hosts nearly 25% of all marine species and provide food sources for half a billion people worldwide while only a very small percentage have been surveyed. Advances in technology and processing along with affordable underwater cameras and Internet availability gives us the possibility to provide tools and softwares to survey entire coral reefs. Holistic ecological analyses of corals require not only the community view (10s to 100s of meters), but also the single colony analysis as… Expand
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