Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 12: 105–106, 2002. © 2003 Kluwer Academic Publishers. Printed in the Netherlands. Symposium review Listening to ﬁsh: an international workshop on the application of passive acoustics in ﬁsheries Francis Juanes Department of Natural Resources Conservation, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA 01003, USA Accepted 4 November 2002 Assessing the size and location of ﬁsh stocks continues The ﬁrst session, “Passive listening for ﬁshes to be a challenge for ﬁsheries scientists. Acoustics – what has been done” presented a review of has become an increasingly important tool in ﬁsh- programs that have applied passive acoustics to eries assessment. Active acoustics, such as sonar, uses research on ﬁsh ecology and ﬁsheries issues. These the backscatter of a transmitted signal to locate ﬁsh talks included characterizations of sounds and their aggregations. In contrast, passive acoustics, simply use as well as application of passive acoustics to listening to ﬁsh sounds, has recently developed as an detect spawning aggregations and habitats in seatrout additional tool with which to locate and count ﬁsh (Roumillat, SCDNR) and other sciaenids (Collins, SC and thereby identify and map their habitat. Over 800 DNR; Connaughton, Washington College; Gilmore, species of ﬁshes worldwide are known
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