Xavier Mouy

Xavier Mouy

Jun 21, 2023

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    About This Project

    Independent Researcher

    Many fish produce sounds that could be used to monitor them non-intrusively over long periods of time. However, most fish sounds have not yet been associated to specific species. We propose to develop an affordable 4-channel acoustic recorder, paired with a video camera to identify fish sounds in the wild. This project will help make passive acoustics a more viable tool for fisheries management, marine conservation, and underwater cinematography.

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