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    • Camera Calibration Techniques for Accurate Measurement Underwater. 

      Shortis, Mark (Springer Open, Cham, Switzerland, 2019)
      Calibration of a camera system is essential to ensure that image measurements result in accurate estimates of locations and dimensions within the object space. In the underwater environment, the calibration must implicitly ...
    • Epibiota remote monitoring from digital imagery: Interpretation guidelines. 

      Turner, J.A.; Hitchin, R.; Verling, E.; van Rein, H. (Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC)/ NMBAQCS, Peterborough, UK, 2016)
      There is increasing recognition that the effective acquisition and interpretation of underwater video and still image data for biodiversity is growing in importance. Numerous organisations (e.g. Statutory Nature Conservation ...
    • Epibiota Remote Monitoring from Digital Imagery: Operational Guidelines. 

      Hitchin, R.; Turner, J.A.; Verling, E. (Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC)/ NMBAQCS, Peterborough, UK, 2015)
      There is increasing recognition that the effective acquisition and interpretation of underwater video and still image data for biodiversity is growing in importance. Numerous organisations (e.g. Statutory Nature Conservation ...
    • iFDO Creation Version 1.0.0. and Supplement, Version 1.0.0. 

      Schoening, Timm (MareHub of the Helmholtz Association, 2021)
      The purpose of this Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) is to document the necessary steps to create FAIR Digital Objects for images (iFDOs) containing standardized metadata for marine research images (photos and videos). The ...
    • Image curation and publication. Version 1.0.0 and Supplement Version 1.0.0. 

      Schoening, Timm (MareHub of the Helmholtz Association, 2021)
      The purpose of this Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) is to generally describe how to publish marine research image data such as photos and videos for scientific use. The goal of this document is to enable all scientists ...
    • On the impact of Citizen Science-derived data quality on deep learning based classification in marine images. 

      Langenkamper, Daniel; Simon-Lledo, Erik; Hosking, Brett; Jones, Daniel O. B.; Nattkemper, Tim W. (2019)
      The evaluation of large amounts of digital image data is of growing importance for biology, including for the exploration and monitoring of marine habitats. However, only a tiny percentage of the image data collected is ...
    • An Optical Imaging System for Capturing Images in Low-Light Aquatic Habitats Using Only Ambient Light. 

      Pagniello, Camille M.L.S.; Butler, Jack; Rosen, Annie; Sherwood, Addison; Roberts, Paul L.D.; Parnell, P. Edward; Jaffe, Jules S.; Širović, Ana (2021)
      It is preferable that methods for monitoring fish behavior, diversity, and abundance be noninvasive to avoid potential bias. Optical imaging facilitates the noninvasive monitoring of underwater environments and is best ...