Tag Archives: mapping

Surface Temperature Mapping in BioBase

Did you know BioBase can also pull water temperature? Today’s your lucky day, because they have a simple tutorial on how to do so. Check it out here: https://blog.biobasemaps.com/2022/05/26/biobase-tips-tricks-mapping-water-temperature-data/ BioBase is part of the Center for Fisheries Technology. Check out their products today! Read More

Recent Hydroacoustic Highlights from Echoview

Here are some cool studies highlighted recently by Echoview: A pilot study on the application of environmental DNA to the estimation of the biomass of dominant species in the northwestern waters of Jeju Island A pilot study on estimating the biomass of chub mackerel and jack mackerel in the northwestern sea of Jeju Island using... Read More

BioBase Now Offers Single Waterbody Subscription

BioBase now offers a single waterbody subscription, it includes unlimited uploads to a single waterbody for 30 days and up to 10GB of storage for $399. This feature now allows occasional, project-based users the ability to purchase a short-term full-featured plan on one waterbody without the commitment to a full unlimited subscription. You can purchase... Read More

Automated Kelp Mapping with BioBase

The BioBase team sat down with Dr. Chris Harrod for a look into how he uses BioBase. Chris (from the UK) is a full professor of Fish and Aquatic Ecology at the University of Antofagasta in Antofagasta, Chile. He does a mixture of research, teaching, and administration tasks but our interest with him was the... Read More