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Fine Scale Movement of the Lustrous Pomfret (Eumegistus Illustris) at Cross Seamount

@inproceedings{Gray2016FineSM,
  title={Fine Scale Movement of the Lustrous Pomfret (Eumegistus Illustris) at Cross Seamount},
  author={Andrew B. Gray},
  year={2016}
}
Depth- and range-dependent variation in the performance of aquatic telemetry systems: understanding and predicting the susceptibility of acoustic tag–receiver pairs to close proximity detection interference
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A ray-propagation based model is proposed to estimate the arrival of energy via multipaths to predict CPDI occurrence, and it is shown how deeper deployments are particularly susceptible to this condition. Expand

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