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The impacts of human activity on coastal ecosystems are becoming increasingly evident across the world. Consequently, there is a growing need to map, monitor, and manage these regions in a sustainable manner. In this pilot study, we present what we believe to be a novel mapping technique for shallow-water seafloor habitats: Underwater hyperspectral imaging (UHI) from an unmanned surface vehicle (USV). A USV-based UHI survey was carried out in a sheltered bay close to Trondheim, Norway. In thedoi:10.3390/rs11060685 fatcat:afk6rumwsfegbhdcjqzbygba7e