Tracking year-round pollock movement

Tracking year-round pollock movement

Over the past year scientists have been conducting a first of its kind study to track seasonal movements of walleye pollock across the US-Russia boundary, and predict how climate variability will affect these migrations, working with Kongsberg/Simrad to develop innovative sea floor-mounted upward-looking echo sounder technology for the project.

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