Unbaited underwater video for observing and monitoring fish communities and habitats in temperate and coral reef ecosystems

Date 2013
Author(s) Pelletier DominiqueORCID1, Roman William1, Cade Florent1
Affiliation(s) 1 : Ifremer, France
DOI 10.17882/70205
Publisher SEANOE
Keyword(s) underwater video, fish, habitat, unbaited video, ecological assessment, STAVIRO, MICADO, New Caledonia, marine and coastal biodiversity, Marine Protected Area
Abstract

This video clip presents the unbaited autonomous video techniques STAVIRO and MICADO. They were developped by Ifremer in collaboration with IRD. They have been tested extensively in New Caledonia, in the Indian Ocean and in the Mediterranean. The methodoloy was standardized from data acquisition to assessment and was used to assess the ecological status of fish and habitats in most Marine Protected Areas in New Caledonia during the AMBIO project (2012-2016). It is now also used in other regions of the world including in the NorthEast Atlantic.

Licence CC-BY-NC-ND
Acknowledgments This video clip was produced during the AMBIO project, a project funded by New Caledonian government and Province and by Ifremer
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File Size Format Processing Access
Video clip presenting the STAVIRO and MICADO techniques 1 GB VIDEO Processed data Open access
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Pelletier Dominique, Roman William, Cade Florent (2013). Unbaited underwater video for observing and monitoring fish communities and habitats in temperate and coral reef ecosystems. SEANOE. https://doi.org/10.17882/70205