Groundbreaking video technology to improve stock surveys

Image of the modified net and video camera taken aboard  F/V Justice prior to the survey's departure. Photo courtesy of SMAST

A new method of using video data collection to improve groundfish and flat fish stock surveys has been developed, which is showing promise to improve accuracy by increasing spatial coverage and to allow the conducting of surveys without fish mortality.

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