A non- living (physical or chemical) component of the environment
Electronic device that records time, identification code, and date of when it receives an acoustic signal from a transmitter
Used in the deployment and recovery of equipment from the sea floor. Equipment is recovered by sending an acoustic signal to the release, which burns or opens a hook or ring causing the equipment to disengage from a weight and float to the surface.
The process of sending and receiving information from a remote location using sound
Electronic device attached on or inserted into an animal which emits a sound which is picked up and recorded by an acoustic receiver
Age when an organism can reproduce. The SCATTN animal details page reports age at maturity when 100% of organisms are
able to reproduce, however some individuals mature faster than others.
Disturbance to the natural environment caused by humans
The amount of space an animal uses