Smolt reef field work course at DTU Aqua

Bodil Toftegaard* (Author), Jon Christian Svendsen (Author), Marie Hartlev Frausing (Author), Diarmuid O'Farrel (Author), Emily Furmedge (Author), Kilian Deinhammer (Author), Pedro Juan Gil García (Author)

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Research output: Non-textual formSound/Visual production (digital)Research


n the spring 2022, student Bodil Toftegård completed a special course at DTU Aqua in Denmark. She applied marine monitoring tools including acoustic telemetry to track individual fish, and snorkel transects to assess fish distributional changes. The project covered A) hydrophone deployments in an estuary, B) fish trapping in a stream, C) fish tagging with acoustic transmitters, and D) fish identification by snorkeling.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date2023
Media of outputYouTube video
Publication statusPublished - 2023


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