Underwater cameras monitor juvenile fish


A new underwater camera network will help monitor the habitats of key species in England’s south-west

A network of underwater cameras is being deployed in England’s south-west to monitor habitats of key species such as sea bass and grey mullet.

The new project, funded by the UK government will use a recently developed juvenile habitat monitoring camera (JHaM-Cam) to measure the abundance and size of even the youngest and smallest fish in the wild.

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