Marine Monitoring of Australia's Indigenous Sea Country using Remote Technologies.
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Joint development of marine monitoring SOPs by AIMS and Indigenous Marine Ranger groups is intentionally focused on new technological advances to provide enhanced and rapid resolution of ecological patterns. These monitoring technologies are partly captured through the use of modern off-the shelf data logging instruments for physical and chemical parameters (e.g., temperature, turbidity, salinity, pH, dissolved oxygen) and partly through the use of underwater still and video imagery to quantify ecological patterns in biological communities through time (e.g., fish or benthic monitoring). However, the choice and development of each technology has to meet two additional criteria for inclusion in the manual. Firstly, data produced from the methods must be able to be interrogated at various levels of sophistication to increase utility by the full range of custodians and stakeholders (i.e., for monitoring, research, management). An example might be underwater videos that can be easily and.....
JournalThe Journal of Ocean Technology
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)3
Maturity LevelTRL 7 System prototyping demonstration in an operational environment (ground or space)
Best Practice TypeGuide
Standard Operating Procedure
CitationDepczynski, M., et al (2019) Marine Monitoring of Australia’s Indigenous Sea Country using Remote Technologies. The Journal of Ocean Technology, 14, pp.60-75. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25607/OBP-652
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