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Using Underwater Video to Observe Aquaculture Gear in Long Island Sound - A Citizen Science Guide (2020)

October 12, 2021

At the NOAA Fisheries NEFSC Milford Laboratory, researchers used GoPro cameras to study interactions between shellfish aquaculture gear and the environment.

GoPro cameras were planted underwater to document how off-bottom oyster aquaculture cages provide habitat for fish in Long Island Sound.

Eyes Underwater: Complementary Tools Can Determine How Fish Use Oyster Aquaculture Gear

Milford Lab's GoPro Aquaculture Project

NOAA Fisheries Lab Helps Shellfish Growers Become Citizen Scientists

Last updated by Office of Aquaculture on 10/12/2021