Virtual Eyes to See Aquatic Resources in 3D

One of the biggest challenges to understanding aquatic resources are the optical properties of water and an inability of our human eyes to see the complex world that lurks beneath the surface.  In contrast, when “aeroplanes” (that’s what they were called in the Wright Brother’s days) first took flight in the early 1900’s and pilots figured out how to fix cameras to the belly to take aerial photos, it opened up a new world of exploration for biologists and foresters studying terrestrial landscapes.  The term “landscape” got a whole new meaning.

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