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Fine-Scale Movement & Interactions of Marine Animals - Puget Sound Copper Rockfish   Arriving back from ICES 2014
in A Coruna, Spain

The International Council for Exploration of the Sea (ICES) hosted another succesful Annual Conference this year where Hydroacoustic Engineer, Tracey Steig presented two oral presentations and an interesting poster worth noting.

To view the conference poster, take a look at Fine-Scale Movement & Interactions of Marine Animals.

Tracey's oral presentations will be shared in October. Here's a peek at what's ahead.

Abstract #1 & Abstract #2

More to follow.
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