The course provides participants with the knowledge and skills to interpret and process acoustic broadband data with confidence and to be well-prepared for moving broadband technology forward into routine acoustic research and survey applications in fisheries science.
The course will cover both the theoretical background and how to apply the theory to actual fisheries acoustics through case studies and exercises with synthetic, previously recorded, and real-time data collected during the course.
By the end of the course, the participants should be able to:
This is an advanced course in fisheries acoustics. The participants are assumed to have moderate (college level) knowledge in algebra, calculus, and experience with narrow-band echosounders, such as Simrad EK60.
Intended participants are scientists and engineers scrutinizing acoustic survey data, scientists and students using acoustics.
Participants will need the usual seaman's health certificate for Institute of Marine Reserach (IMR) ships.
Vessel at sea
December 10: Vessel will be loaded and prepared for course
December 11, 9:00: Vessel will leave Nykirkekaien, Bergen
December 16, 18:00: Vessel will return to Nykirkekaien, Bergen
December 17: Vessel will be unloaded
Deadline for applications is 30 October. The participants (max 20) will be selected immediately after the application deadline. Please indicate an explanation/justification for your participation upon online registration.
Photo: Institute of Marine Research
Rolf J Korneliussen, Head of Research group Ecosystem Acoustics, Institute of Marine Research, Norway
Egil Ona, Research professor, Ecosystem acoustics, Institute of Marine Research, Norway
Gavin Macaulay, Principal scientist, Ecosystem acoustics, Institute of Marine Reserach, Norway
750 Euros for ICES member country affiliated participants
1250 Euros for non-member country affiliated participants