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Visualizing the underwater behavior of humpback whales

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4 Author(s)
Ware, C. ; New Hampshire Univ., Durham, NH ; Arsenault, R. ; Plumlee, M. ; Wiley, D.

A new collaboration between visualization experts, engineers, and marine biologists has changed. For the first time, we can see and study the foraging behavior of humpback whales. Our study's primary objective was furthering the science of marine mammal ethology. We also had a second objective: field testing GeoZui4D, an innovative test-bench for investigate effective ways of navigating through time-varying geospatial data

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Computer Graphics and Applications, IEEE  (Volume:26 ,  Issue: 4 )