OTN partner, Acoustic Tracking Array Platform (ATAP) celebrates five years of telemetry work in South Africa


Congratulations to OTN partner, the Acoustic Tracking Array Platform (ATAP), on five years of telemetry work in South Africa!

The platform’s array covers approximately 2,200 kilometres of coastline from False Bay, near Cape Town in South Africa, to Ponta do Oura in Mozambique. To date, the team has tagged more than 700 individual animals representing 27 species.

Looking back on the five year mark, ATAP principal investigator Paul Cowley shares his insight with Save Our Seas on how ATAP works to paint a larger picture of animal movements in the ocean.

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