Modern technology in marine conservation
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Use of remote sensing technology is useful in monitoring the status of coral reefs and reef-associated fish without the need for researchers to travel to distant areas. One can, for example, monitor coral reefs in the Sulu archipelago without going there physically. The present limitation would appear to be improvement of penetration into deeper water to record conditions deeper than a few feet.
Alcala, A. C. (2016, January 19). Modern technology in marine conservation. Malaya, p. B5.
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