1 edition of Methodology for target strength measurements found in the catalog.
Methodology for target strength measurements
by International Council for the Exploration of the Sea in Copenhagen, Denmark
Written in English
|Statement||prepared by the Study Group on Target Strength Methodology ; edited by E. Ona.|
|Series||ICES cooperative research report,, Rapport des recherches collectives ;, no. 235, ICES cooperative research report ;, no. 235.|
|Contributions||Ona, Egil., International Council for the Exploration of the Sea. Study Group on Target Strength Methodology.|
|LC Classifications||GC1 .I627 no. 235|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 59 p. :|
|Number of Pages||59|
|LC Control Number||2001319263|
Traynor JJ and Ehrenberg JE: “Fish and standard sphere target strength measurements obtained with a split beam-dual beam system,” Proc of International Symposium on Fisheries Acoustics, June 22–26, , Seattle Wa, in press. Ventral target strength (TS) of smelt (Osmerus eperlanus) was measured using a bottom deployed Simrad EK60 kHz echosounder in the shallow lake Ijsselmeer (The Netherlands).Ventral TS values recorded (TS = 20 log 10 (L)–) were lower but comparable to previous studies looking at the dorsal TS in other ical samples were collected simultaneously close to the bottom and close.
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MEASUREMENTS OF FISH TARGET STRENGTH: A REVIEW RICHARD H. LOVE' ABSTRACT The concept of target strength and its application to the quantitative assessment of fishery resources are discussed.
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Refinements have been made to the multiple-frequency method for rejecting overlapping echoes when making target-strength measurements with split-beam echosounders described in Demer et al. Strengths and weaknesses associated with qualitative data collection methods and qualitative research.
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Measurement of fish target strength with a split-beam echo sounder Article (PDF Available) in The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 80(2) August with Reads.
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This is usually quantified as a number of fish such as salmon, the target size varies with the length of the fish and a 5 cm fish could have a target strength of about dB. Target strength (TS) is equal to 10 log 10 (σ bs), where σ bs is the differential backscattering cross section.
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tions of walleye pollock (Theragra chalcogramma) resulted in the ranking of factors inﬂuencing target strength as: Tilt > Frequency > Length > Depth. In this study, we compute the inﬂuence ratio values and factor rankings using ex situ target-strength measurements from individual ﬁsh.
Rankings from the ex situ measurements are compared. Acoustic measurements indicated that fish at a school edge were larger (target strength [TS] = dB, equivalent size = cm) than nonschooling fish elsewhere (TS = dB, equivalent size = cm).
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It is Target Strength. Target Strength listed as TS. Target Strength - How is Target Strength abbreviated. active sonar sources, transmission loss, ambient noise, active target strength, statistical detection theory, methodology for calculating the recognition TARGET; Target Strength; TARGET/DCP; TARGETS; TARGETT; TARGID; TARGIS; TARGON.
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