BRUV

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AcronymDefinition
BRUVBaited Remote Underwater Video (research technique)
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In 2016, scientists dropped some Baited Remote Underwater Video Systems (BRUVs) and scored live video of an adult tigershark having lunch at about 150 feet.
Abstract--We assessed the utility of an alternative method of video analysis for generating data for sharks and compared observations of sharks from the use of baited remote underwater video stations (BRUVS) with observations made by scuba divers during surveys conducted simultaneously with BRUVS video recordings.
Validating the use of baited remote underwater video surveys for assessing the diversity, distribution and abundance of sharks in the Bahamas.
Baited remote underwater video system (BRUVs) survey of chondrichthyan diversity in False Bay, South Africa.
Through the baited remote underwater video surveys in December 2014 on Apo Island, Abesamis and his team found that the number of fish, like the yellow-tailed butterfly fish, groupers (lapu-lapu) and snappers (maya-maya), also decreased.
"Researchers at Swansea University used a combination of Baited Remote Underwater Video systems and traditional beach seine netting to quantify the fish species present in seagrass, horse mussel and kelp.
A study by the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS), using Baited Remote Underwater Video Stations (BRUVS), suggests severe over-fishing is behind a rapid decline in dwindling shark populations in parts of northern Australia.
Inter-reef vertebrate communities of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park determined by baited remote underwater video stations.
Comparison of baited remote underwater video (BRUV) and underwater visual census (UVC) for assessment of artificial reefs in estuaries.
"Researchers at Swansea University used a combination of baited remote underwater video systems and traditional beach netting to quantify the fish species present in seagrass, horse mussel and kelp.
Although numerous underwater video approaches and techniques have been used to index abundance, many researchers now employ some version of a stationary point-count method with baited remote underwater video stations (BRUVS) (Willis et al., 2000; Cappo et al., 2004).
Comparison of baited remote underwater video stations (BRUVS) and prawn (shrimp) trawls for assessments of fish biodiversity in inter-reefal areas of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park.