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Fisheries Acoustics: Theory and Practice (Fish and Aquatic Resources)
Fisheries Acoustics: Theory and Practice
(Fish and Aquatic Resources)
by John Simmonds (Author), David MacLennan (Author)
Hardcover: 437 pages
Publisher: -; 2 edition (January 30, 2006)
The second edition of this important book provides thorough coverage of the subject with particular emphasis on practical acoustic methods for fish assessment. The authors, who are both widely experienced in the area, cover the underlying principles and current applications in fisheries research and outline the advantages and limitations of acoustic methods.This fully updated and revised edition contains much information on new techniques, equipment and their use. Fisheries Acoustics, 2nd edition, includes important information relating to practical problems of survey design, execution, and interpretation and is illustrated using examples drawn from acoustic surveys on commercially important fish species from many areas of the world.
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