Vitenskapelige artikler (NVI)
Remote sizing of fish-like targets using broadband acoustics
Fisheries Research 228 (Ja) p. 10pp
Relative acoustic frequency response of induced methane, carbon dioxide and air gas bubble plumes, observed laterally.
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 140 p. 2902-2912
Measuring in situ krill tilt orientation by stereo photogrammetry: Examples for Euphausia superba and Meganyctiphanes norvegica
ICES Journal of Marine Science 72 p. 2494-2505
Target strength and tilt-angle distribution of lesser sandeel (Ammodytes marinus)
ICES Journal of Marine Science 69 p. 1099–1107
Traceable calibration of calibration spheres
Lateral aspect acoustic frequency response of gas bubble plumes
Kapitler og bøker
Northern krill swimming orientation as measured by stereo camera
In proceedings of "Micro-acoustics in marine and medical research" workshop p. 3-10
Acoustic measurements of herring close to the sea surface
Broadband backscattering from tethered Atlantic mackerel
Target strenght of spawning herring.
Broadband backscattering from artificial fish-like targets
Lateral aspect acoustic frequency response of adult saithe (Pollachius virens)
Acoustics-equipped frame for simulating and measuring sea bottom gas leak
In situ target strength measurements of sandeel (Ammodytes marinus)
Separating fish from gas bubbles
Broadband acoustics: A viable tool for quantification of cod egg density and distribution?
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 140 p. 3243-3243
Active acoustic detection of subsea oil and gas leaks; model prediction and measurements
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 135 (4), 2303-2303 4
The Hermes Lander project-the technology, the data, and the evaluation of concept and results. Report.
Havforskningsinstituttet, Fisken og Havet 3 p. 64
Surveillance of marine resources using multi-frequency hydroacoustics. Report.
Coastal Research and Planning Institute (CORPI) p. 37
Rapporter og avhandlinger
Report from a krill focused survey with RV Kronprins Haakon and land-based predator work in Antarctica during 2018/2019
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