Camera technology for monitoring marine biodiversity and human impact

Journal Article

Title: Camera technology for monitoring marine biodiversity and human impact
Publication Date:
October 03, 2016
Journal: Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment
Volume: 14
Issue: 8
Pages: 424-432
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

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Citation

Bicknell, A.; Godley, B.; Sheehan, E.; Votier, S.; Witt, M. (2016). Camera technology for monitoring marine biodiversity and human impact. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 14(8), 424-432.
Abstract: 

Human activities have fundamentally altered the marine environment, creating a need for effective management in one of Earth's most challenging habitats. Remote camera imagery has emerged as an essential tool for monitoring at all scales, from individuals to populations and communities up to entire marine ecosystems. Here we review the use of remote cameras to monitor the marine environment in relation to human activity, and consider emerging and potential future applications. Rapid technological advances in equipment and analytical tools influence where, why, and how remote camera imagery can be applied. We encourage the inclusion of cameras within multi‐method and multi‐sensor approaches to improve our understanding of ecosystems and help manage human activities and minimize impacts.

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