TOPP

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AcronymDefinition
TOPPTagging of Pacific Predators (project of Census of Marine Life, University of Rhode Island)
TOPPTagging of Pacific Pelagics (turtle research program)
TOPPTraining outside Public Practice (accounting internship; South Africa)
TOPPThe Open Problems Project (computational geometry)
TOPPTop of the Pyramid Promoters (financial scheme)
TOPPThe One Person Project (Kahama, Tanzania)
TOPPTechnical Order Publications Plan
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The Tagging of Pacific Predators (TOPP) programme data set which is part of the global Census of Marine Life, is one of the most extensive data sets available on the movements of large marine animals.
Costa is a cofounder, with coauthor Barbara Block of Stanford University, of the Tagging of Pacific Predators (TOPP) program, which began tracking the movements of top ocean predators throughout the Pacific Ocean in 2000.
Block's project, the Blue Serengeti Initiative, builds on the Tagging of Pacific Predators program, part of the global Census of Marine Life, a decade-long study that invested 25 million dollars in electronic tagging, enabling marine scientists from five nations to map ocean hot spots within the California Current.
* Scientists at the Tagging of Pacific Predators program have been tracking white sharks to learn more about the animals.
Scientists with the Tagging of Pacific Predators (TOPP) program combined satellite tagging, passive acoustic monitoring and genetic tags to study white sharks - popularly known as great white sharks - in the North Pacific.