In January 09 AATAMS deployed a line of fifteen acoustic receivers of Sydney. This line currently runs from Bondi Beach to the sixty metre mark and will capture a variety animals moving past the Sydney region.
Vemco has recently released news that it will be bringing out a new tag map and tag code. This new tag has the benefit for AATAMS users of providing a huge increase in the amount of tags available to researchers.
On the 12th and 13th of February 09 AATAMS data committee convened in Hobart to discuss data policy and data management for the AATAMS community.
AATAMS and Fisheries Western Australia recently deployed the first International Ocean Tracking Network (OTN) array in the world. This line runs from Fremantle to Rottnest Island and extends seaward from here to the 200 metre...
New research shows that some fish species in Western Australia's Ningaloo Marine Park spend most of their time close to home, staying on the reef rather than travelling significant distances, as was previously thought.
The Ocean Tracking Network (OTN), an international acoustic tracking collaborative project, held its first meeting for data managers on 3-5 March at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Seven juvenile white sharks were fitted with electronic tags near Port Stephens, NSW, in late October 2008 as part of research aiming to better understand shark movements and habitats, and devise strategies for monitoring their...