CRIMAC on ICES working group meeting
CRIMAC had five contributions to the ICES Working Group on Fisheries Acoustics Science and Technology (WGFAST)
Tonje Nesse Forland presented the results of Maren Rong on change in echo strength of salmon deprived from access to surface. Babak Khodabandeloo presented his work on estimating swim-bladder elongation from broadband acoustics. Nils Olav Handegard presented the work on machine learning in fisheries acoustics which has been carried out in collaboration with UiT and NR. Lars Andersen presented the work on processing of broadband data. Antonio Palermino presented his work on target strength from pelagic fish in the Mediterranean, which he worked on during his stay at the center.