Acoustic Tracking Images and Figures
Datasets usually provide raw data for analysis. This raw data often comes in spreadsheet form, but can be any collection of data, on which analysis can be performed.
Acoustic telemetry is a common method used to assess the movement of fish and other aquatic animals.
There is a wide range of mooring configuration and set-ups, however sub-surface mooring combinations like the ones in this fileset are commonly employed.
This file set includes acoustic telemetry figures/images. File types: TIFF, JPG, cdr and AI.
Three mooring configuration variations are included:
A) Standard mooring setup with VR2W receiver attached.
B) mooring with “demersal” reference sentinel tag attached.
C) mooring with synchronisation tag attached.
1) All three mooring configurations in a single figure.
When using this these figures cite:
Fetterplace, L.C. (2017). “The ecology of temperate soft sediment fishes: Implications for fisheries management and marine protected area design". Doctor of Philosophy thesis, University of Wollongong.