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    Marine Biologists use ARIS to Record Fish Behavior [Image 1 of 2]

    Marine Biologists use ARIS to Record Fish Behavior

    VIRGINIA BEACH, VA, UNITED STATES

    04.20.2018

    Photo by William S Chappell 

    U.S. Fleet Forces Command

    180420-O-OL387-0002 Virginia Beach, Va. (April 20, 2018) Marine biologists Cara Hotchkin and Scott Chappell, assigned to Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Atlantic, survey the deployment location for an Adaptive Resolution Imaging Sonar (ARIS) acoustic camera, which is a specialized sonar recording device used for deployment in shallow-water environments. NAVFAC Atlantic marine biologists use ARIS to record the behavior of fish exposed to pile driving from the Elevated Causeway Training at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek (JEBLCFS) to provide a more realistic assessment of fleet training impacts on marine life. (Photo courtesy of Blue Land Media)

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    Date Taken: 04.20.2018
    Date Posted: 05.09.2018 19:57
    Photo ID: 4374157
    VIRIN: 180420-O-OL387-0002
    Resolution: 1920x1080
    Size: 216.46 KB
    Location: VIRGINIA BEACH, VA, US 

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