Before fish studies can commence, researchers must first locate the target habitat. This is a time-consuming and expensive effort, especially in remote locations and nearly opaque water conditions. Acoustic Fish Reconnaissance presents up-to-date methods of acoustic remote sensing tools and techniques for aquatic environments. Reflecting the authors' decades of experience, the book emphasizes practical methods for mapping the distribution of fish, assessing fish stock, monitoring fishing conditions, and studying fish behavior. The authors also consider the commercial significance of the technology and explain the rational basis of choosing a specific method for a given application.
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