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Table 2 Length, species and tag-id for the marked fish

From: An acoustic sensor transmitter for in situ assessment of water quality and fish behaviour during chemical treatment of a parasite-infected river system: tag design and practical use

Tag-id instant Tag-id stat Species Length (cm) Tagged Tag site First obs Last obs
69 70 Anadromous brown trout 35 15.08 Oye 16.08 17.09
75 76 Anadromous brown trout 35 07.08 Rikheim 19.08 22.09
77 78 Anadromous brown trout 43 06.08 Rock 16.08 06.09
81 82 Anadromous brown trout 33 06.08 David (5.5) 16.08 22.09
83 84 Anadromous brown trout 35 15.08 Oye 16.08 09.09
85 86 Anadromous brown trout 35 07.08 Gronnebank 16.08 30.08
91 91 Anadromous brown trout 43 06.08 Rock 29.08 19.09
93 94 Anadromous brown trout 52 07.08 Rikheim 24.08 22.09
95 96 Anadromous brown trout 54 06.08 David (5.5) 29.08 29.08
143 144 Anadromous brown trout 38 15.08 Oye 16.08 22.09
145 146 Anadromous brown trout 31 07.08 Gronnebank 16.08 21.09
147 148 Anadromous brown trout 57.5 07.08 Per (5.3) 06.09 19.09
151 152 Anadromous brown trout 48.5 06.08 Rock 16.08 16.08
155 156 Anadromous brown trout 41.5 06.08 Per (5.3) 28.08 17.09
73 74 Atlantic Salmon 48 15.08 Rock 25.08 06.09
79 80 Atlantic Salmon 84 06.08 Robinson (15.7) 02.09 05.09
87 88 Atlantic Salmon 55 14.08 Grasmarki 25.08 20.09
141 142 Atlantic Salmon 53 14.08 Grasmarki 16.08 15.09
149 150 Atlantic Salmon 84 07.08 Sandebank (15) 24.08 22.09
  1. The first tag id refers to the instantaneous measurement (transmitter function i), the second tag id refers to the statistical data (transmitter function ii). The tag date, tag site and first/last observation is also given. For tagging locations not named on Fig. 2, the distance from the estuary is given in kilometres. The fish were not weighed during marking, but using observed weight of similar size fish from the same river we estimated the tag burden of the smallest fish to be < 1.4%. The tag weighs 4.1 g in water