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Limitations of Boulder Detection in Shallow Water Habitats Using High-Resolution Sidescan Sonar Images
Stones and boulders in shallow waters (0–10 m water depth) form complex geo-habitats, serving as a hardground for many benthic species, and are important contributors to coastal biodiversity and high benthic production. This study focuses on limitations in stone and boulder detection using high-resolution sidescan sonar images in shallow water environments of the southwestern Baltic Sea. Observations were carried out using sidescan sonars operating with frequencies from 450 kHz up to 1 MHz todoi:10.3390/geosciences9090390 fatcat:vnsxcvbu5vegvp4q4764cb6mwq