Results of the 2014 underwater camera survey of the eastern Bering Slope and outer shelf

@inproceedings{Goddard2016ResultsOT,
  title={Results of the 2014 underwater camera survey of the eastern Bering Slope and outer shelf},
  author={Pamela Goddard and Rachel Elizabeth Wilborn and Christopher N. Rooper and Kresimir Williams and Richard Towler and Michael F. Sigler and Patrick William Malecha},
  year={2016}
}
The results of the 2014 Underwater Camera Survey of the Eastern Bering Sea slope and outer shelf are presented here. The 2014 survey was the first comprehensive underwater camera survey of coral and sponge on the Bering Sea slope and outer shelf conducted by the National Marine Fisheries Service. Two-hundred fifty transects were successfully completed during the survey, which extended north from Bering Canyon to Pervenets Canyon. Transects were randomly selected between Unalaska Island and… CONTINUE READING

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