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  1. Content type: Research

    The fields of biologging and telemetry have triggered significant advances in the understanding of animal behavior, physiological ecology and habitat utilization. Biologging devices (“tags”) can also measure a...

    Authors: Tiphaine Jeanniard-du-Dot, Kim Holland, Gregory S. Schorr and Danny Vo

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2017 5:17

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  2. Content type: Erratum

    Authors: Markus Horning, Martin Haulena, Pamela A. Tuomi, Jo-Ann E. Mellish, Caroline E. Goertz, Kathleen Woodie, Rachel K. Berngartt, Shawn Johnson, Courtney R. Shuert, Kristen A. Walker, John P. Skinner and Peter L. Boveng

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2017 5:16

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    The original article was published in Animal Biotelemetry 2017 5:13

  3. Content type: Telemetry case report

    Intracoelomic implantation of electronic tags has become a common method in fishery research, but rarely are fish examined by scientists after release to understand the extent that surgical incisions have heal...

    Authors: Abby Schoonyan, Richard T. Kraus, Matthew D. Faust, Christopher S. Vandergoot, Steven J. Cooke, H. Andrew Cook, Todd A. Hayden and Charles C. Krueger

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2017 5:15

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  4. Content type: Telemetry case report

    Acoustic biotelemetry sensors have been fully integrated into a broad range of mobile autonomous platforms; however, estimates of detection efficiency in different environmental conditions are rare. Here, we e...

    Authors: Matthew J. Oliver, Matthew W. Breece, Danielle E. Haulsee, Megan A. Cimino, Josh Kohut, David Aragon and Dewayne A. Fox

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2017 5:14

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  5. Content type: Commentary

    Electronic telemetry devices have enabled many novel and important data collection and experimental opportunities for difficult to observe species. Externally attached devices have limited retention and may af...

    Authors: Markus Horning, Martin Haulena, Pamela A. Tuomi, Jo-Ann E. Mellish, Caroline E. Goertz, Kathleen Woodie, Rachel K. Berngartt, Shawn Johnson, Courtney R. Shuert, Kristen A. Walker, John P. Skinner and Peter L. Boveng

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2017 5:13

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    The Erratum to this article has been published in Animal Biotelemetry 2017 5:16

  6. Content type: Research

    Monitoring the feeding behavior of animals in the wild is key to understanding their energetics and the influence of the environment on their survival. Recently, a novel acceleration transmitter that processes...

    Authors: J. Horie, H. Mitamura, Y. Ina, Y. Mashino, T. Noda, K. Moriya, N. Arai and T. Sasakura

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2017 5:12

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  7. Content type: Telemetry case report

    Access to harvestable surpluses of sockeye salmon is often limited by incidental harvest of Chinook salmon in the mixed-species gillnet fishery of Cook Inlet, Alaska, particularly in years of low Chinook abund...

    Authors: David W. Welch, Aswea D. Porter and Paul Winchell

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2017 5:11

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  8. Content type: Telemetry case report

    Satellite telemetry studies provide information that is critical to the conservation and management of species affected by ecological change. Here we report on the performance and retention of two types (SPOT-...

    Authors: Øystein Wiig, Erik W. Born, Kristin L. Laidre, Rune Dietz, Mikkel Villum Jensen, George M. Durner, Anthony M. Pagano, Eric Regehr, Michelle St. Martin, Stephen Atkinson and Markus Dyck

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2017 5:9

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  9. Content type: Telemetry case report

    Semi-automating the analyses of accelerometry data makes it possible to synthesize large data sets. However, when constructing activity budgets from accelerometry data, there are many methods to extract, analy...

    Authors: Monique A. Ladds, Adam P. Thompson, Julianna-Piroska Kadar, David J Slip, David P Hocking and Robert G Harcourt

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2017 5:8

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  10. Content type: Telemetry case report

    The use of accelerometers in bio-logging devices has proved to be a powerful tool for the quantification of animal behaviour. While bio-logging techniques are being used on wide range of species, to date they ...

    Authors: Gaelle Fehlmann, M. Justin O’Riain, Phil W. Hopkins, Jack O’Sullivan, Mark D. Holton, Emily L. C. Shepard and Andrew J. King

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2017 5:6

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  11. Content type: Telemetry case report

    The aim of telemetry studies is often to determine the fate and mortality rates of fish. A moving fish is usually regarded as alive and a long-term stationary fish as dead—and the site where it became stationa...

    Authors: T. B. Havn, F. Økland, M. A. K. Teichert, L. Heermann, J. Borcherding, S. A. Sæther, M. Tambets, O. H. Diserud and E. B. Thorstad

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2017 5:7

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  12. Content type: Research

    Development of miniature acoustic transmitters and data-storage tags has provided new insights into ecology of free-ranging aquatic animals. In this study, we used a data-storage-type and a conventional acoust...

    Authors: Hiromichi Mitamura, Eva B. Thorstad, Ingebrigt Uglem and Finn Økland

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2017 5:5

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  13. Content type: Research

    Knowledge of spatiotemporal migration patterns is important for our understanding of migration ecology and ultimately conservation of migratory species. We studied the annual migration schedules of European ni...

    Authors: Lars Bo Jacobsen, Niels Odder Jensen, Mikkel Willemoes, Lars Hansen, Mark Desholm, Anthony D. Fox, Anders P. Tøttrup and Kasper Thorup

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2017 5:4

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  14. Content type: Telemetry case report

    Biologging and tracking instruments provide valuable, remote surveillance on otherwise unobservable marine animals. Instruments can be consumed (ingested) by predators while collecting data, and if not identi...

    Authors: Emily R. Tolentino, Russell P. Howey, Lucy A. Howey, Lance K. B. Jordan, R. Dean Grubbs, Annabelle Brooks, Sean Williams, Edward J. Brooks and Oliver N. Shipley

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2017 5:3

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  15. Content type: Short communication

    Aquatic organisms exhibit a variety of diel changes in vertical movement that are investigable through the use of biotelemetry. While certain species do not change their movements between day and night, others...

    Authors: M. C. Arostegui, T. E. Essington and T. P. Quinn

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2017 5:2

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    The Correction to this article has been published in Animal Biotelemetry 2018 6:4

  16. Content type: Research

    Little is known of the larval biology of Pacific lamprey (Entosphenus tridentatus), a species of conservation concern. With miniaturization of passive integrated transponder (PIT) tags, researchers now have the p...

    Authors: Mary L. Moser, Aaron D. Jackson, Robert P. Mueller, Alexa N. Maine and Mary Davisson

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2017 5:1

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  17. Content type: Research

    Ocean water temperature is changing as a result of anthropogenic influences on the marine environment. Highly mobile marine ectotherms, such as sea turtles, may be particularly susceptible to these changes. Ho...

    Authors: Sheila V. Madrak, Rebecca L. Lewison, Jeffrey A. Seminoff and Tomoharu Eguchi

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2016 4:22

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  18. Content type: Research

    Multistate release–recapture models are used to study the movements and survival of animals when multiple migration pathways exist. Model complexity increases exponentially as the number of possible migration ...

    Authors: Adam C. Pope, John R. Skalski, Trisha Lockhart and Rebecca A. Buchanan

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2016 4:23

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  19. Content type: Telemetry case report

    In animal ecology, inter-individual encounters are often investigated using automated proximity loggers. However, data acquired are typically spatially implicit, i.e. the question ‘Where did the contact occur?’ r...

    Authors: Federico Ossi, Stefano Focardi, Gian Pietro Picco, Amy Murphy, Davide Molteni, Bryony Tolhurst, Noemi Giannini, Jean-Michel Gaillard and Francesca Cagnacci

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2016 4:21

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  20. Content type: Research

    Spontaneous magnetic alignment (SMA), in which animals position their body axis in fixed alignments relative to magnetic field lines, has been shown in several classes of vertebrates and invertebrates. Althou...

    Authors: Michael S. Painter, Justin A. Blanco, E. Pascal Malkemper, Chris Anderson, Daniel C. Sweeney, Charles W. Hewgley, Jaroslav Červený, Vlastimil Hart, Václav Topinka, Elisa Belotti, Hynek Burda and John B. Phillips

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2016 4:20

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  21. Content type: Research

    Advances in acoustic telemetry technology have led to an improved understanding of the spatial ecology of many freshwater and marine fish species. Understanding the performance of acoustic receivers is necessa...

    Authors: Todd A. Hayden, Christopher M. Holbrook, Thomas R. Binder, John M. Dettmers, Steven J. Cooke, Christopher S. Vandergoot and Charles C. Krueger

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2016 4:19

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  22. Content type: Telemetry case report

    The use of multi-sensor tags is increasingly providing insights into the behavior of whales. However, due to limitations in tag attachment duration and the transmission bandwidth of the Argos system, little is...

    Authors: Kylie Owen, Curt S. Jenner, Micheline-Nicole M. Jenner and Russel D. Andrews

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2016 4:17

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  23. Content type: Telemetry case report

    Radio and satellite telemetry collars have been used across taxa, including with elephants, in situ for decades to collect data used for various analyses. To quantify the movement patterns of African elephants, L...

    Authors: Nancy L. Scott, Bernard Hansen, Chase A. LaDue, Carlson Lam, Albert Lai and Lowell Chan

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2016 4:16

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  24. Content type: Telemetry case report

    It is generally considered that on relatively homogenous marine soft sediment habitats, such as sand, fish are unlikely to show site attachment. This poses challenges for management and the evaluation of the e...

    Authors: Lachlan C. Fetterplace, Andrew R. Davis, Joseph M. Neilson, Matthew D. Taylor and Nathan A. Knott

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2016 4:15

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  25. Content type: Research

    Although the effort in the study of white sharks in Mexico is rapidly elucidating adult biology, almost nothing is known about the juveniles. Current understanding of this life history is based largely on the ...

    Authors: E. Mauricio Hoyos-Padilla, A. Peter Klimley, Felipe Galván-Magaña and Alex Antoniou

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2016 4:14

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  26. Content type: Research

    GPS and accelerometer tracking presently revolutionises the fields of ecology and animal behaviour. However, the effects of tag characteristics like weight, attachment and data quality on study outcomes and an...

    Authors: Andrea Kölzsch, Marjolein Neefjes, Jude Barkway, Gerhard J. D. M. Müskens, Frank van Langevelde, Willem F. de Boer, Herbert H. T. Prins, Brian H. Cresswell and Bart A. Nolet

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2016 4:13

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  27. Content type: Research

    External tagging of fish using pop-up satellite tags (PSATs) can cause trauma and stress associated with capture, handling, tagging injury and tag placement that impedes body function and mobility, and these c...

    Authors: Franziska Broell, Andrew D. Taylor, Matthew K. Litvak, Andre Bezanson and Christopher T. Taggart

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2016 4:11

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  28. Content type: Research

    In animals, recoil motion resulting from underwater propulsion can destabilise trajectory and decrease locomotory performance. The posture of diving seabirds fluctuates simultaneously with their appendage beat...

    Authors: Takuji Noda, Dale M. Kikuchi, Akinori Takahashi, Hiromichi Mitamura and Nobuaki Arai

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2016 4:10

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  29. Content type: Research

    There is a variety of evidence that increased anthropogenic noise (e.g., shipping, explosions, sonar) has a measureable effect on marine mammal species. Observed impacts range in severity from brief interrupti...

    Authors: Selene Fregosi, Holger Klinck, Markus Horning, Daniel P. Costa, David Mann, Kenneth Sexton, Luis A. Hückstädt, David K. Mellinger and Brandon L. Southall

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2016 4:9

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  30. Content type: Research

    Determining the habitat use of mobile marine species is important for understanding responses to climate change and aids the implementation of management and conservation measures. Inference of preferred habi...

    Authors: Lara L. Sousa, Nuno Queiroz, Gonzalo Mucientes, Nicolas E. Humphries and David W. Sims

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2016 4:7

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  31. Content type: Commentary

    Animal telemetry is the science of elucidating the movements and behavior of animals in relation to their environment or habitat. Here, we focus on telemetry of aquatic species (marine mammals, sharks, fish, s...

    Authors: Barbara A. Block, Christopher M. Holbrook, Samantha E. Simmons, Kim N. Holland, Jerald S. Ault, Daniel P. Costa, Bruce R. Mate, Andrew C. Seitz, Michael D. Arendt, John C. Payne, Behzad Mahmoudi, Peter Moore, James M. Price, J. Jacob Levenson, Doug Wilson and Randall E. Kochevar

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2016 4:6

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  32. Content type: Research

    It has been stated that there is a certain amount of intrinsic error inherent in all remote sensing methods, including acoustic telemetry, which has gained popularity in both freshwater and marine environments...

    Authors: C. Charles, D. M. Gillis, L. E. Hrenchuk and P. J. Blanchfield

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2016 4:5

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  33. Content type: Research

    As popularity of positional acoustic telemetry systems increases, so does the need to better understand how they perform in real-world applications, where variation in performance can bias study conclusions. ...

    Authors: Thomas R. Binder, Christopher M. Holbrook, Todd A. Hayden and Charles C. Krueger

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2016 4:4

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  34. Content type: Telemetry case report

    Acoustic transmitters are widely used to obtain information on the spatial ecology of fish and other aquatic animals. Some transmitters contain pressure sensors to estimate depth, which are factory-calibrated...

    Authors: Maxime A. N. Veilleux, Nicolas W. R. Lapointe, Dale M. Webber, Tom R. Binder, Paul J. Blanchfield, Liset Cruz-Font, Mathew G. Wells, Martin H. Larsen, Susan E. Doka and Steven J. Cooke

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2016 4:3

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  35. Content type: Research

    Many biotelemetry studies seek to detect movement of organisms across reserve boundaries or between adjacent habitat areas. Our objective was to enhance this capability in studies of aquatic organisms that a...

    Authors: Matthew S. Kendall, Mark E. Monaco and Arliss Winship

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2016 4:2

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  36. Content type: Commentary

    In recent years, there has been significant investment in collaborative e-infrastructures to support biotelemetry research. Whilst these e-infrastructures are rapidly growing in size and sophistication, the cu...

    Authors: Hamish A. Campbell, Ferdi Urbano, Sarah Davidson, Holger Dettki and Francesca Cagnacci

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2016 4:1

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  37. Content type: Research

    False-positive data (better known as “false detections”) in VEMCO VR2 acoustic telemetry monitoring studies that use pulse position modulation coding can cause biased or erroneous outcomes in data analysis. To...

    Authors: Colin A. Simpfendorfer, Charlie Huveneers, Andre Steckenreuter, Katherine Tattersall, Xavier Hoenner, Rob Harcourt and Michelle R. Heupel

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2015 3:55

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  38. Content type: Short communication

    Investigation of early transmission failure from animal-borne, satellite transmitters should reveal vital information about the reliability of the technology, and the risk of application to the animal. Current...

    Authors: Gerald L. Kooyman, Birgitte I. McDonald and Kimberly T. Goetz

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2015 3:54

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  39. Content type: Research

    For imperiled marine turtles, use of satellite telemetry has proven to be an effective method in determining long distance movements. However, the large size of the tag, relatively high cost and low spatial re...

    Authors: Margaret M. Lamont, Ikuko Fujisaki, Brail S. Stephens and Caitlin Hackett

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2015 3:53

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  40. Content type: Research

    Motion detecting archival data loggers such as accelerometers have become increasingly important in animal biotelemetry and offer unique insights into animal behavior, energetics, and kinematics. However, chal...

    Authors: Salvador J. Jorgensen, Adrian C. Gleiss, Paul E. Kanive, Taylor K. Chapple, Scot D. Anderson, Juan M. Ezcurra, W. Tyler Brandt and Barbara A. Block

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2015 3:52

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  41. Content type: Telemetry case report

    Electronic tags are increasingly used in the studies of fish, but the attachment of electronic tags may affect their behaviour and physiology. While a number of studies have shown effects of electronic tags on...

    Authors: Tohya Yasuda, Naoki Nagano, Hajime Kitano, Hirofumi Ohga, Takeshi Sakai, Seiji Ohshimo and Michiya Matsuyama

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2015 3:48

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  42. Content type: Research

    Accurate estimates of thermoregulatory costs in air and water are necessary to predict the impacts of changing habitats to individuals and populations of ice-obligate seals. Investigations that would provide s...

    Authors: Allyson G. Hindle, Markus Horning and Jo-Ann E. Mellish

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2015 3:50

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  43. Content type: Telemetry case report

    Wind energy developments are increasingly proliferating as nations seek to secure clean and renewable energy supplies. Wind farms have serious impacts on avifauna populations through injuries sustained by coll...

    Authors: James K. Sheppard, Andrew McGann, Michael Lanzone and Ronald R. Swaisgood

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2015 3:43

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