Early Career Scientist Conference

3 Emerging technologies and techniques for ocean science

Using remote and in situ technologies to inform marine science
​​​​​​​Developments in remote and in situ technologies over the past decades have facilitated the collection of data in challenging environments and/or at large spatial scales in ways not possible using more conventional methods and gear. These technologies, which include satellite, aerial, and underwater equipment, and their applications can range from coastal to deep-water environments. 

In this session, studies that involve the use of remote and/or in situ technologies including acoustics, remote-sensing or remotely operated gear (e.g. drones, drop camera systems, underwater vehicles), their development, and/or application will be presented. Studies might include techniques and advances in data acquisition, annotation, and analysis. ​
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3 Emerging technologies and techniques for ocean science

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