An experimental technique for tracking dolphins in the vicinity of a trawl net
journal contributionposted on 2012-03-28, 13:28 authored by Paul LepperPaul Lepper, Charles R. Coggrave, A.D. Goodson, Bryan Woodward
The system described in this paper provides a means of tracking one or more echolocating cetaceans (dolphins, porpoises and whales) in three-dimensional space. The aim of the research is to enable the behaviour of cetaceans to be observed passively in the wild in the vicinity of a large trawl net and to evaluate the effectiveness of deterrents intended to prevent the by-catch of these animals.
- Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering
CitationLEPPER, P.A. ... et al., 1995. An experimental technique for tracking dolphins in the vicinity of a trawl net. Journal of the Acoustical Society of India, XXIII (4), pp. 194 - 198
Publisher© Acoustical Society of India
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NotesThis article was published in the serial, Journal of the Acoustical Society of India [© Acoustical Society of India].