Southeast Acoustics Consortium
Biscayne Bay CampusMarine Sciences Building3000 NE 151 StNorth Miami, FL 33181Joel C. Trexler, Director
A Very Brief, Very Biased Description of Biological Scattering from a Navy Perspective, Love
Hard bottom habitat mapping in the Northeast Gulf of Mexico using side scan sonar, Gardner, et al
What is low-cost sonar habitat mapping?, Kaeser
Acoustic data holdings from FWC: 2 years later, McEachron
Using multibeam sonar to inform the spatial extent of fisheries surveys: a case study using the Simrad ME70, Mitchell
Evaluating fine-scale nekton dynamics in shallow-estuarine ecosystems, Boswell, et al.
Assessing Reef Fish Aggregations in the Florida Keys, Morley
Development of acoustic survey approaches for application in shallow reef ecosystems, Zenone et al.
Development of an accessible national archive of water column sonar data for fisheries management, Wall et al.
Applications of Fisheries Acoustics: a perspective from up north, De Robertis
Use of Acoustic Technology by Florida’s Marine Fisheries-Independent Monitoring Program, Fischer and Weather
Estimating Areal Densities and Size Distributions of Fish Using Broadband Low Frequency Acoustic Scattering, Thompson
Advanced survey technologies for Gulf of Mexico reef fish - Efforts in 2013, Hughes et al.
Application of multifrequency approach to classify pelagic fish biomass in the Central Mediterranean Sea, D'Elia
Mapping Coral Reef Fish Schools and Aggregations with High-frequency Multibeam and Split-beam Sonars, Taylor and Ebert
SouthEast Acoustics Consortium SEAC Emerging Technology, Condiotty and Algroey
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