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Asia-Pacific Technology Dialogue #2 - Shared screen with speaker view
Melissa Mahoney EDF (she/her)
01:11:28
** please post any questions for Joann in the chat!**
Alice Thomas-Smyth
01:12:20
Thank you Joann, that is really inspiring progress!
Harlisa_EDF
01:13:26
Q for Joan: can you share more about the process on introducing technology to the fisher? for example like e-wallet etc?
Alice Thomas-Smyth
01:15:21
I had a similar question to Harlisa, but more broadly I'm interested in hearing about how much work had been done historically with these fishing communities and the level of trust already established before introducing the e-wallet and other incentives
Melissa Mahoney EDF (she/her)
01:17:55
** Please post your questions as you have them for Dr. Warren here in the chat**
*(TECH) Mikayla Lyons
01:18:18
Good questions! We're taking note of questions, which we'll bring back up during the panel discussion, so please feel free to continue writing questions for our speakers in the chat
Melissa Mahoney EDF (she/her)
01:29:20
can you talk about the energy and/or direction needed to bounce a signal out and back?
Sarah Rains
01:29:54
What stock assessments are best known for using acoustic data?
Alice Thomas-Smyth
01:30:31
Has this sort of technology been applied in highly migratory species? Is there a cost-benefit point at which the mobility of the species makes this tech unrealistic?
Tri Ernawati
01:33:39
For Dr. Warren, could you describe the extent to which acoustic is effective for estimating larval abundance
Adityo Setiawan
01:38:18
have you applied to put the system in FAD to identify Tuna juvenile and the numbers? (adit)
EDF-Emilie Litsinger
01:41:05
Hi Mas Adit, I have a similar question. Do you know of any studies that have used acoustics to measure fish volume in bagans?
Melissa Mahoney EDF (she/her)
01:46:08
Do you have to establish an 'audio library' for developing algorithms for species or activity, similar to image libraries for species recognition software? Does that create a barrier to entry?
Sarah Rains
01:46:39
What is the range/area of one recording device?
Alice Thomas-Smyth
01:48:15
Similar question to Melissa, how complete does your sound library need to be before you can distinguish multiple species apart in a single location?
Melissa Mahoney EDF (she/her)
01:49:29
maybe you tie it to FIshBase! I'm not sure that's still a commonly used database..
Aaron Rice (Cornell University)
01:49:43
There indeed is a “fish sounds” page on fishbone
Aaron Rice (Cornell University)
01:49:48
fishbase
Alice Thomas-Smyth
01:50:33
Is there a new, shinier database than FishBase?
Alice Thomas-Smyth
01:50:45
I've been gone from the science side of things too long :(
Aaron Rice (Cornell University)
01:50:49
We are working on that
Aaron Rice (Cornell University)
01:51:20
But yes, there are a few out there: https://dosits.org/galleries/audio-gallery/fishes/
Alice Thomas-Smyth
01:51:50
Not a question, but Joe I appreciate the instrument collection you have behind you!
Melissa Mahoney EDF (she/her)
01:57:26
What are the challenges to implementing acoustic technology in regions with low monitoring/science capacity?What is the affordability of these systems?
Melissa Mahoney EDF (she/her)
01:57:39
Question for Joe and/or Aaron!
Jose Ingles
01:58:14
is there a way to also use active acoustics for sergestid sheimps that are in the first 3 meters at the surface.
Alice Thomas-Smyth (she/her) - EDF
01:59:10
Have either of you ventured into using acoustics to detect IUU fishing, particularly passive acoustics to monitor illegal fishing activity?
Aaron Rice (Cornell University)
01:59:41
Yes, we’ve been working with EDF on using acoustics to assess IUU
Alice Thomas-Smyth (she/her) - EDF
02:00:04
Okay, that is what I thought, I couldn't remember who our partners were
Joann Binondo-WWFPH
02:02:07
do you have a more handy technology so we can just mobilize our handline fishers to collect the data while they are going fishing to minimize cost of the data collection but just incentivize them of the data collected.
Joann Binondo-WWFPH
02:02:36
to AARon and Joe
Aaron Rice (Cornell University)
02:02:40
Yes. There’s a company called Ocean Instruments (in New Zealand) that makes a very easy to use recorder
Alice Thomas-Smyth (she/her) - EDF
02:07:42
Thank you all, really interesting presentations!
Carlito Turner
02:08:07
Thank you very much Joann, Joe, and Aaron for your presentations!
Joann Binondo-WWFPH
02:08:35
Thank you EDF for giving us the opportunity to share our initiative.
Sarah Rains
02:08:43
Thank you very much everyone! Very interesting!
Kayla Nitzberg
02:08:59
Thank you
Joe Warren
02:09:25
Thanks everybody!
EDF-Emilie Litsinger
02:09:28
Thank you everyone! This was incredibly helpful.
Aaron Rice (Cornell University)
02:09:33
Thanks all!
Melissa Mahoney EDF (she/her)
02:09:47
Speaker Information:Joann Binondo (jbinondo@wwf.org.ph)Joseph Warren (joe.warren@stonybrook.edu)Aaron Rice (arice@cornell.edu)EDF Contacts:Harlisa EDF Indonesia (harlisa@edf.org)Adityo Setiawan EDF Indonesia (asetiawan@edf.org)Emilie Litsinger EDF Philippines (elitsinger@edf.org)Chris Cusack EDF Ocean Tech Solutions (ccusack@edf.org)Shems Jud EDF Japan (sjud@edf.org)https://www.edf.org/oceans/technology-solutionsSmall scale fisheries Hub: https://ssfhub.org/
Adityo Setiawan
02:10:10
thank you Joann, Joe and Aaron