Potential of Video Techniques to Monitor Diversity , Abundance and Size of Fish in Studies of Marine Protected Areas

@inproceedings{CappoA2003PotentialOV,
  title={Potential of Video Techniques to Monitor Diversity , Abundance and Size of Fish in Studies of Marine Protected Areas},
  author={Mike CappoA and Euan HarveyB and Hamish MalcolmC and Peter SpeareA},
  year={2003}
}
  • Mike CappoA, Euan HarveyB, +1 author Peter SpeareA
  • Published 2003
This paper briefly reviews applications of single-video and stereo-video techniques to help survey fish community composition and relative abundance, and fish length and weight. These techniques have potential application to the initial surveys of candidate habitats for Marine Protected Areas, and to the subsequent monitoring necessary to manage them. Remote video techniques can be used in shelf depths beyond the limits of diver-based Underwater Visual Census (UVC), and stereo-video systems can… CONTINUE READING
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