2 edition of Identification of potential trawling-ground by side-scan sonar found in the catalog.
Identification of potential trawling-ground by side-scan sonar
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|Other titles||Side-scan sonar.|
|Statement||R. Keary, M. Ní Chonchúir & T. Lee.|
|Series||Report series / Geological Survey of Ireland ;, RS 80/1 (marine geology), Report series (Geological Survey of Ireland) ;, RS 80/1.|
|Contributions||Ní Chonchúir, M., Lee, T.|
|LC Classifications||SH343.2 .K43 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||11 p.,  folded leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||11|
|LC Control Number||86197017|
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This study illustrates some potential applications of side-scan sonar to explain issues related to fisheries science.
Side-scan sonar enabled identification of the footprint of different trawl types. Sidescan-sonar mapping of benthic trawl marks on the shelf and slope off Eureka, California.
Side-scan sonar enabled identification of the footprint of different trawl types. It showed that a. Bottom trawl footprints are a prominent environmental impact of deep-sea fishery that was revealed through the evolution of underwater remote sensing technologies.
Image processing techniques have been widely applied in acoustic remote sensing, but accurate trawl-mark (TM) detection is underdeveloped. The paper presents a new algorithm for the automatic detection Cited by: 1. Exposed stones can be detected using side-scan sonar (SSS) data. However, apart from laborious manual identification, there is as yet no automated or semi-automated method available for a fast and spatially resolved detection of stones.
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