Using gyroscope data to proxy seafloor complexity
In BIOHOPK185 (Ecology and Conservation of Kelp Forest Communities), students learned how to use underwater video as a tool for underwater research. In addition, students were encouraged to use the cameras to collect videos that captured the beauty of the kelp forest and the process of scientific diving at Hopkins Marine Station. In 2023, students were tasked with presenting the results of one-week research projects that used transect video surveys in a five minute movie. This collection contains these movies.
Funding for video equipment was provided by the Stanford Accelerator for Learning through the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Grant GBMF10266 to support the work of Virtual Field Trips.
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|August 22, 2023
|August 11, 2023; August 11, 2023
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