The MORPH concept and its application in marine research

@article{Kalwa2013TheMC,
  title={The MORPH concept and its application in marine research},
  author={Jorg Kalwa and Marina Carreiro-Silva and Fernando Tempera and Jorge Fontes and Ricardo Serr{\~a}o Santos and M C Fabri and Lorenzo Brignone and Pere Ridao and Andreas Birk and Thomas Glotzbach and Massimo Caccia and Jo{\~a}o Alves and Ant{\'o}nio Manuel Santos Pascoal},
  journal={2013 MTS/IEEE OCEANS - Bergen},
  year={2013},
  pages={1-8}
}
The MORPH project (FP 7, 2012-2016) aims at the development of efficient methods and tools to map the underwater environment in situations that defy existing technology. Namely, missions that involve underwater surveying and marine habitat mapping of rugged terrain and structures with full 3D complexity, including near-vertical cliffs. Potential applications include the study of cold water coral reefs or ecosystems in underwater canyons. For mapping purposes, the project advances the novel… CONTINUE READING

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