The work is being funded by a three-year, $490,000 grant from the National Science Foundation's Robust Intelligence program.
By Mark Ingebretsen
September 21, 2011
The team caught a 1-meter long leopard shark in Sea Plane Lagoon, tagged it with an acoustic emitter and released it. They then used an AUV to track it. Following the successful test, the team is comparing the information generated using the AUV against earlier data collected by CSULB researchers who followed a leopard shark by boat.
This is a preview article. Please register to view the entire article.