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Active Acoustics as a Tool for Marine Pelagic Ecology and Oceanography
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Competencies of  LEBOURGES-DHAUSSY, Anne , PhD engineer
UMR LEMAR   Laboratoire des sciences de l'environnement marin (Mar. Environ. Sci. Lab.)

acoustics (active)Atlantic ocean /  biocoenosis /  biodiversity (marine)Brazilclassification / typology /  data (acoustics) /  data processingdiel migration (mar. biol.)echo-integrationEcology (fisheries)Ecology (marine)ecosystem (aquatic)ecosystem (marine)ecosystem processesenvironment (marine)estuaryfisheries acousticsIndian ocean /  lake /  marine protected area (MPA) /  micronekton (marine org.) /  monitoring (environmental)Mozambique channelmulti-scale (spatial)multi-sensor approachmultibeam sonar detection /  nekton (marine org.) /  New CaledoniaNordeste (Brazil)OceanographyOceanography (biological)pelagic fishplanktonplankton (zoo)research cruise /  scattering /  Sci. administration and managementSDG 14 (Sust. Devel. Goal - Oceans)seamountSenegalsonarspatial dynamicstraining (fr: formation)UMR LEMAR (Mar. Environ. Sci. Lab.) /  upwelling /

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Web-link Active Acoustics : The LEMAR acoustics platform aims to :
   (i) provide and manage an instrumental park on hydroacoustics, 
  (ii) develop acoustic data processing and analysis tools, 
 (iii) provide training,
  (iv) participate in research projects.
Personal home page   Research gate access   Known production set   email contact   Institution   web-link Active Acoustic  

 

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