Vision systems for monitoring critical biodiversity areas

Gavin Hough
Ecosystems are intrinsically active. When observing them at the right resolution and time scale there are baseline activity levels and cycles which resolve remarkable structure which is normally goes unnoticed. Tracking whales, sharks behind the backline and large ungulates from fixed high sites establishes a measure of change which is often too slow or subtle for the human eye. New representations which differ from time lapse imaging allow managers to actively track change through time in a manner which actually measures levels of activity in key areas where system dynamics is seldom tracked.

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