Seismic surveys are subject to many different design criteria, but often the parameters are established based on an outdated view of how data can be acquired and how it will be processed. This book highlights what is possible using modern acquisition methods, techniques, and equipment, and how these may impact seismic survey design and acquisition.
This report summarizes the findings of a fisheries safety at sea baseline survey carried out in Saint Lucia. The baseline survey investigated the safety practices, attitudes and legislative understanding among a selected group of 100 fishers in Saint Lucia. The survey methodology was developed and managed by the FISH Safety Foundation and FAO. The survey was implemented in 2020 by the Department of Fisheries of Saint Lucia, FSF and FAO and the findings were disseminated and used for fishers’ safety training in 2021.