Remote Sensing of Marine Fish and Seabed Using Underwater Acoustic Technology
H. M. Manik

Source: SEAMEO BIOTROP's Research Grant | 2014


Remote sensing techniques are one of the most cost-effective methods of resource mapping, particularly in the coastal zone. The use of acoustic remote sensing techniques in seabed mapping and monitoring has proven to be a useful tool in contemporary marine resource management. We measured the acoustic backscatter from water column target and sea bottom. By this result, classification of underwater target such as fish and seabed is possible.

Keywords : acoustic, sensing, backscatter, target, mapping

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