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David insists that Monique gave it to him and refuses their accusations. When asked where he was at the time of the death, he claims he was visiting his family. A telegram later confirms his alibi. Murdoch remembers that sulfuric acid is found in batteries, like the ones in Roderick's electric car, but what's his motive? Then, Crabtree announces that a pawnbroker had turned in another of Monique's cameras.
Developing the film, they find images of Roderick having sex with a bellboy which could be a motive for murder. They question Sophie about the true nature of her marriage. She admits that this was a perfect secret arrangement, as Roderick didn't want sexual relations and neither did she. Murdoch and Guillaume then question Roderick about the night Monique disappeared, where he was having sex in room He admits that Monique took photos of him and then ran off before he could get his clothes on, but Murdoch doesn't buy it.
He formulates a theory that Roderick saw Monique run into room and let himself in with his master key. And as he dismissed the bellboy, no one else can collaborate his alibi. Though Roderick insists that it's not true, Murdoch points out that Monique's purse was thrown right below roommost likely because she knew that Roderick was coming for her. Guillaume is convinced it is Roderick but Murdoch points out inconsistencies.
If Monique threw her purse out the window, why didn't Roderick retrieve it immediately? They speak to the pawnbroker, who says that a blond girl sold the camera to him and he knows that she lives at a boarding house on Degrassi Street. They bring in the girl, Victoria Wiggins, who insists that she innocently found the camera, but the policemen don't buy her story. Bringing her to the jail cells, where Roderick identifies her as Monique, to which Wiggins poorly claims ignorance.
Murdoch formulates a theory that the real Monique was murdered and Victoria Wiggins was brought in to pose as her long enough for her disappearance to be pinned on Roderick.
Guillaume finds the thought of Sophie murdering her own sister to be absurd and insists that something else is going on. They check back with Crabtree and Higgins, who had finished more of the telefacsimile, and Murdoch recognises one of the women and returns with Guillaume to the hotel, finding the photograph of Sophie leaving Paris.
However, he believes the woman in the picture who is smiling is the real Sophie but the woman who is not smiling is an impostor. Showing "Sophie" the telefacsimile, they formulate the theory that she met the real Sophie on the ship from Paris and befriended her over the course of the voyage. Eventually, she learned of Sophie's arrangement with her wealthy fiancee who she wouldn't have to have sexual relations with and thus decided to take her place.
She is wanted for murder ten months ago and the French consulate will be sending a picture of her to the station house. Jacqueline gives a basic confession, explaining that the life Sophie described seemed perfect to her, until Monique had come and threatened to expose her. That is why she had Victoria Wiggins impersonate her and why she kept David Bishop away from the hotel to prevent him from spoiling the charade.
Continuity Julia tells Murdoch that this reminds her of an unsolved murder from Montreal nine months earlier: Guillaume notes that both William and Julia steal glances when the other isn't looking. Murdoch informs him that Julia is engaged to someone else, to which Guillaume suggests that he simply take Julia as his mistress. Murdoch invents a paint-by-numbers system to receive information and translate it into a photograph, across continents.
Each fish reflects sound energy sent from the transducers, but why? For fish, we rely on the swim bladderthe organ that fish use to stay buoyant in the water column.
Since it is filled with air, it reflects sound very well.
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When the sound energy goes from one medium to another, there is a stronger reflection of that sound energy. The bigger the fish, the bigger the swim bladder; the bigger the swim bladder, the more sound is reflected and received by the transducer. We call this backscatter, or target strength, and use it to estimate the size of the fish we are detecting. This is why fish that have air-filled swim bladders show up nicely on hydroacoustic data while fish that lack swim bladders like sharksor that have oil or wax filled swim bladders like Orange Roughy have weak signals.
X-ray of fish showing the presence of a swim bladder courtesy of DeAnza College. Target strength is how we determine how dense the fish are in a particular school. Scientists take the backscatter that we measure from the transducers and divide that by the target strength for an individual and that gives you the number of individuals that must be there to produce that amount of backscatter.
We extrapolate this information to all the area of the Bering Sea to estimate the pollock population. A close look at part of Transect In this echogram, the area backscatter numerical values are included. At the top of the water column, you can see what are probably jellyfish which have little backscatter since they have no swim bladders.
Along the bottom are groundfish.
In the center of the water column are several large schools of Walleye pollock with strong backscatter. The square that has a value of In doing so, you get a complete picture of the Walleye pollock population in the Bering Sea. This is the combination of hydroacoustic data and biological trawl data analyzed to show what the entire walleye pollock population looked like for courtesy of the Alaska Fisheries Science Center www.
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Analysis is still being done on the current survey. Scientists ALSO use hydroacoustic data when trawling to determine if they have caught a large enough sample size to collect fish length data to validate their target strength data.
Since the scientists only need about fish for a statistically significant sample, they watch this screen carefully so that they do not take more fish than they need.
Sometimes, we are only officially fishing for 5 minutes if we pull through a large school. What are the data telling us? The Walleye pollock data suggest that the population is currently stable; however, there is some evidence of pollock in waters that have traditionally been north of their uppermost documented population range.
Are warmer waters due to climate change to blame for this possible shift? Here is an interesting article that addresses this issue and raises several other trends regarding pollock population response to changes in food source and predation due to climate change. Click on the picture to open the article! How might climate change affect fish sticks?
Click on the picture to read more! The economic and ecological implications of a shifting pollock population range are a bit unsettling. Fish do not know political boundaries.
As the pollock population range possibly shifts north, more of that range will lie within Russian waters than in previous years. This may hurt the U.
Other countries may be responding to a variety of factors in which sustainability is just one when they are managing pollock stocks and setting catch quotas.
Food for thought… Next blog, we will learn about cutting edge technology that may eventually make hauling back fish and collecting biological fish data on board the acoustic survey missions obsolete. General Vessel Assistant Brian Kibler and I went out to the bow of the ship so we would be the first onboard to cross the line!