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McMahon, CR and Roquet, F and Baudel, S and Belbeoch, M and Bestley, S and Blight, C and Boehme, L and Carse, F and Costa, DP and Fedak, MA and Guinet, C and Harcourt, R and Heslop, E and Hindell, MA and Hoenner, X and Holland, K and Holland, M and Jaine, FRA and du Dot, TJ and Jonsen, I and Keates, TR and Kovacs, KM and Labrousse, S and Lovell, P and Lydersen, C and March, D and Mazloff, M and McKinzie, MK and Muelbert, MMC and O'Brien, K and Phillips, L and Portela, E and Pye, J and Rintoul, S and Sato, K and Sequeira, AMM and Simmons, SE and Tsontos, VM and Turpin, V and van Wijk, E and Vo, D and Wege, M and Whoriskey, FG and Wilson, K and Woodward, B, “Animal Borne Ocean Sensors - AniBOS - an essential component of the Global Ocean Observing System”, Frontiers in Marine Science, 8 Article 751840. ISSN 2296-7745 (2021) [Refereed Article]
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Type of ResearchStrategic Basic Research
Research DivisionBiological Sciences
Research GroupEcology
Research FieldMarine and estuarine ecology (incl. marine ichthyology)
Research Objective DivisionEnvironmental Management
Research Objective GroupManagement of Antarctic and Southern Ocean environments
Research Objective FieldAntarctic and Southern Ocean oceanic processes
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Digital Object Identifierdoi:10.3389/fmars.2021.751840
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