Film Friday – ARIS Tutorial and Review

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=srsvExuQFFw For today's Film Friday, we have a review of the ARIS sonar camera, including how we set it up and use it in fisheries research. Learn Read More…

Seeing what lies below

Counting migratory fish, studying fish behavior, and visually assessing aquatic habitat can typically only occur in environments with clear and shallow water. In more turbid streams such Read More…

GoingPro

Documenting our work in the field is an important part of what we do, and we have been using GoPro cameras for several years to record various Read More…

Seeing with sound

The dream of any fisheries biologist is being able to see what’s happening under the surface of the water. Often, this is accomplished through the use of Read More…

An undesirable task…

The life of a fisheries biologist can’t be all excitement and adventure in the grand outdoors. Processing and analyzing data is also an important, if less thrilling, Read More…

The eagle has landed

  We increasingly receive phone calls from people who have seen FISHBIO's fabrication work on our website and Facebook page, or have heard about us through word-of-mouth. Read More…

Bird predation

As noted in a previous post feeding frenzy the Department of Water Resources (DWR) conducted a predation study at release locations for the State Water Project (SWP) Read More…

Feeding frenzy

As part of a release site predation study, the California Department of Water Resources (DWR) took this DIDSON video of "salvaged" fish being released in the Delta. Read More…

Underwater acoustic video camera

The DIDSON is a valuable new tool to evaluate fish presence and behavior in water that is too dark or turbid to observe them visually. Most researchers Read More…