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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How can the Global Biodiversity Framework enhance coastal wetland conservation?

  • Posted by Alex White
  • On December 22, 2023
By Alex White Earlier this year, 196 countries pledged to uphold the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework (KM-GBF), which was implemented to support equitable and sustainable long-term use of the Earth’s ecosystems. Now, these countries must coordinate actions to conserve and sustain Earth’s ecosystems. A major challenge to coordinating actions internationally are the diverse socioeconomic and […]
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Coastal science gathers for #CERF2019

  • Posted by Tom Rayner
  • On November 4, 2019
This week 1,700+ coastal scientists are gathering for CERF 2019 in Alabama. The 25th biennial conference of the Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation aims to help the research and management community become more “responsive, relevant and ready” – to connect science and society in trouble-shooting and conserving coastal environments. The Global Wetlands Project will be […]
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GLOW @ #ICCB2019

  • Posted by Tom Rayner
  • On July 22, 2019
The Global Wetlands Project team is heading to ICCB in Malaysia and it’s going to be a busy week. We’ll deliver three talks, including two in a GLOW-hosted session on Emerging issues for the global conservation of marine and freshwater wetlands.
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