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Fig. 18 | Animal Biotelemetry

Fig. 18

From: An overview of behavioral, physiological, and environmental sensors used in animal biotelemetry and biologging studies

Fig. 18

(taken from [63])

Oxygen sensor consisting of a tube with a permeable membrane at one end and two electrodes passing through the other end to a cathode and anode (a). A plot of the electrical current produced at different partial pressures as oxygen diffuses through the gas permeable membrane of sensor (b). Picture of transmitter equipped with dissolved oxygen sensor (C) used on bluntnose sixgill sharks

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