A digital data collection guide for fisheries
Based on experience working with fishery managers looking to expand their use of technology we pulled together this step-by-step guide to help match data needs to available tools. It’s CCby4 licensed, so comment and remix it to fit your needs.
AI for fish in New England
The databranch built a team of fisheries and machine learning experts to create the N+1 fish, N+2 fish challenge, where competitors developed algorithms to automatically count, measure, and identify fish species in video from actual fishing vessels. The open source results will help make it easier and faster to monitor fishing in New England, providing better data to sustain future fish populations.
Improving U.S. Fisheries Data Systems
As part of a 2016 expert panel, databranch founder Kate Wing helped develop recommendations to increase the accuracy, speed, and usability of U.S. fisheries data. The databranch supports ongoing projects to implement those recommendations.
Citizen Science & Policy
In the summer of 2017, the databranch designed and facilitated a discussion at Berkeley Law with legal and data experts to explore the ways participatory, open, and citizen science can be used to make policy decisions.