Publications

BIOT Array Servicing & Reef Shark Tracking Expedition Final Report, March 2018


As a component of the Bertarelli Program in Marine Science (BPMS), researchers from Stanford University, the University of Western Australia and the Zoological Society of London have established one of the key monitoring platforms for assessing how some of the largest predatory fish in BIOT are responding to their changing environment and threats posed by illegal fishing activity. Using acoustic and satellite tracking technologies the team can observe the movements, distribution, residency and connectivity of mobile marine predators both close to the reef and during excursions into deeper pelagic waters.
Authors
Jacoby David , Curnick David , Tickler David , Schallert Robert , Chappel T , White Timothy , Truelove N .
Year
2018
Link
https://biot.gov.io/wp-content/uploads/Expedition-Report-Array-Servicing-2018.pdf