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Avian Studies in the 21st Century
by Janet Purdy
Development of the SeaScribe Mobile App
Offshore seabird, marine mammal, and sea turtle surveys are necessary to collect baseline and project-specific data for OCS development. BOEM has funded the development of the SeaScribe mobile app to standardize data collection. The app runs on common operating systems (e.g., iOS, Android) and most mobile devices. This app will benefit researchers, developers, and BOEM as it will allow for easier sharing and usability of the data.
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