Latest Updates & Advancements
BioBase now offers a single waterbody subscription, it includes unlimited uploads to a single waterbody for 30 days and up to 10GB of storage for $399. The BioBase team has listened to your feedback on the single use plans and expanded it to a single waterbody. This feature now allows occasional, project-based users the ability … Continue reading "Subscription Update – Single Waterbody"
At BioBase, ease of use, organization, and user experience are top priorities. Our team has been hard at work updating the user-interface to improve the users account profile and details experience. The result is a sleek, user friendly dashboard and account profile. Now you can maximize your BioBase experience by changing user preferences with ease … Continue reading "BioBase Website Update"
Professional Spotlight The Professional Spotlight series is a deep dive into the global BioBase community where we highlight the unique ways sonar driven mapping is assisting research, conservation and sustainability. The BioBase team sat down with Dr. Chris Harrod for a look into how he uses BioBase. Chris (from the UK) is a full professor … Continue reading "Professional Spotlight – Dr. Chris Harrod and Chilean Kelp Mapping"
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By Herb Garcia Sailing enthusiast and BioBase Ambassador Lake Minnetonka is one of the largest and most heavily used recreational lakes in Minnesota and is composed of an interconnected system of bays (Figure 1). Every summer, a rooted invasive aquatic plant, Eurasian watermilfoil creates thick bottom to surface mats in many areas of the lake. … Continue reading "Mapping and avoiding dense weed beds to get an edge while yacht racing"
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Lake, pond, and river mapping with off-the-shelf powerful technology like Lowrance® and BioBase™ has democratized the previously complex and expensive process of creating detailed and accurate bathymetric maps. BioBase continues to deliver new features that empower biologists, researchers, service providers, and surveyors to create better maps for their stakeholders and clients. Today, we announce the … Continue reading "Feature Alert: Add Manual Depth Points to BioBase Maps"
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