Fish AI Consortium Presentation: Rapid improvements in fisheries monitoring with underwater computer vision

  • Posted by Jasmine Hall
  • On April 5, 2024
Written by Jasmine Hall and edited by Alex White In March 2024, Professor Rod Connolly presented at the inaugural Fish AI Consortium seminar series, showing how automation using underwater computer vision is transforming fisheries science and empowering conservation practitioners in the coastal and marine space. He shared results from three case studies comparing restored and […]
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There are cross-benefits to protecting coastal wetlands in the wake of COVID-19

  • Posted by Ellen Ditria
  • On May 22, 2020
Dr Ryan Pearson The effects of COVID-19 on the world has been profound. It’s had us re-evaluating intergovernmental, trade and personal relationships, and forced a rethink of consumer needs. Environmental groups have been encouraging people to eat more fish in response to this pandemic.  Consumer surveys during the pandemic have also highlighted greater apprehension about […]
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Find your #scicomm sweet spot!

  • Posted by Tom Rayner
  • On October 16, 2019
Under pressure Researchers and natural resource managers are under pressure to communicate their work. That includes summarising key outcomes for policy and decision-making, relaying concerns and opportunities to community groups, campaigning for funding to address critical knowledge gaps and supporting their own careers.
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