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A System for Stereo-Video Measurement of Sub-Tidal Organisms: Implications for assessments of reef fish stocks

Harvey, ES; Shortis, MR; Robson, S; Stadler, M; Cappo, M; (2000) A System for Stereo-Video Measurement of Sub-Tidal Organisms: Implications for assessments of reef fish stocks. In: Harvey, ES and Cappo, M, (eds.) (Proceedings) Direct sensing of the size frequency and abundance of target and non-target fauna in Australia Fisheries - a national workshop. Fisheries Research Development Corporation: Rottnest Island, Western Australia.

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Type:Proceedings paper
Title:A System for Stereo-Video Measurement of Sub-Tidal Organisms: Implications for assessments of reef fish stocks
Event:Direct sensing of the size frequency and abundance of target and non-target fauna in Australia Fisheries - a national workshop
Additional information:CD-ROM
Keywords:assessment, Australia, fauna, fish, FREQUENCY, measurement, size, SYSTEM
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering

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