This new technology can save whales from ship collisions

Digital technology could be about to make the oceans a lot safer for these magnificent creatures Image: Francesco Ungaro on Unsplash

Morgan Visalli

Project Scientist, University of California, Santa Barbara

Briana Abrahms

Assistant Professor, Center for Ecosystem Sentinels, Department of Biology, University of Washington

Ana Širović

Associate Professor, Texas A&M University at Galveston


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High-risk locations for whale-ship collisions around the world Image: International Whaling Commission
The past two years are the worst on record for whale-ship collisions in California Image: NOAA

The main shipping lanes into California's busiest ports cross major feeding grounds Image: Authors

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