Passive Acoustic Monitoring in association with Tidal Energy Turbines in the Minas Passage: Workshop Report

In November 2018, the Fundy Ocean Research Center for Energy (FORCE) convened a workshop of regional experts (i.e., industry partners, academics, stakeholders) in Passive Acoustic Monitoring (PAM) data collection and analyses. 

The purpose of the PAM workshop was to discuss the inherent challenges and operational limitations associated with PAM technologies and methodologies in high-flow environments, and to identify future projects that could facilitate the deployment of PAM technologies best suited for marine mammal and sound monitoring in the Minas Passage. 

This resource is also available as Appendix 2 in the 2019 Q1 Environmental Effects Monitoring Program Report.