Bluefin tuna tagged for the first time in UK waters with acoustic ‘residency’ tags
Bluefin tuna have been tagged with state-of-the-art acoustic tracking tags for the first time in UK waters as part of the FISH INTEL project, led by the University and funded by the EU’s Interreg France (Channel) England programme
FISH INTEL Interreg France (Channel) England
University of Plymouth research project - FISH INTEL Interreg - €4million project uses cutting edge technology to enhance the habitats of key fish species
Tracking devices aim to monitor fish movements off the UK coastline
Scientists from the University of Plymouth worked with the Isles of Scilly Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority to deploy monitoring devices that will help them paint a comprehensive picture of the movements of an endangered marine species.
€4million project uses cutting edge technology to enhance the habitats of key fish species
The FISH INTEL project is being led by the University of Plymouth and supported by €2.8million from the European Regional Development Fund via the Interreg France (Channel) England programme.