|EAR acoustic recorder boards |
ready to program
We are deploying two types of acoustic recording device: the EAR, developed by Marc, and the DMON, developed at WHOI. The last few months have involved tireless work on the DMON by Jim Partan, a WHOI engineer, and after some lessons learned from field testing in Palau last month, Jim has made the DMON as robust as possible. The first of many went in the water today and, a few months from now, we will see how they fared.
|Back in business|
|Marc with the faulty |
|A large turtle resting on the reef as we carry out our visual surveys|