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  1. The use of tracking technologies is key for the study of animal movement and pivotal to ecological and conservation research. However, the potential effects of devices attached to animals are sometimes neglect...

    Authors: Teja Curk, Martina Scacco, Kamran Safi, Martin Wikelski, Wolfgang Fiedler, Ryno Kemp and Kerri Wolter
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:11
  2. Three-axis acceleration sensor acoustic transmitters (AccelTag) programmed to identify specific acceleration patterns associated with particular behaviours (e.g., burrowing, attack) were used to study some asp...

    Authors: Tadeu J. Pereira, Pedro R. Almeida, Bernardo R. Quintella, Aage Gronningsaeter, Maria J. Costa, João P. Marques and José L. Costa
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:10
  3. Salmonids return to the river where they were born in a phenomenon known as mother-river migration. The underpinning of migration has been extensively examined, particularly regarding the behavioral correlatio...

    Authors: Susumu Takahashi, Takumi Hombe, Riku Takahashi, Kaoru Ide, Shinichiro Okamoto, Ken Yoda, Takashi Kitagawa and Yuya Makiguchi
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:9
  4. The detection efficiency of ultrasonic transmitters is seasonally variable, requiring long-term studies to evaluate key environmental features that mask, alter speed, bend, or reflect transmissions. The US Sou...

    Authors: Michael H. P. O’Brien and David H. Secor
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:8
  5. Behaviour of potential host fish during chemical treatment against the ectoparasite Gyrodactylus salaris is a vital factor in designing treatment strategies, evaluating risk factors and establishing insights into...

    Authors: Knut Tore Alfredsen, Henning Andre Urke, Torstein Kristensen, Marte Kvakland, Aage Gronningsater, Anders Gjørwad Hagen and Jo Arve Alfredsen
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:7
  6. The experimental effects of surgically implanting fish with acoustic transmitters are likely to have negative effects on survival and behaviour. Measuring the extent of these negative effects is important if w...

    Authors: J. Daniels, E. B. Brunsdon, G. Chaput, H. J. Dixon, H. Labadie and J. W. Carr
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:6
  7. With the increase in telemetry studies over the past decade, improving understanding of how different tagging methods influence the probability of presence in a receiver array is important in maximizing the re...

    Authors: Jessica A. Keller, Danielle Morley, Jennifer L. Herbig, Paul Barbera, Michael W. Feeley and Alejandro Acosta
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:5
  8. The automated collection of phenotypic measurements in livestock is becoming increasingly important to both researchers and farmers. The capacity to non-invasively collect real-time data, provides the opportun...

    Authors: Bobbie E. Lewis Baida, Alyce M. Swinbourne, Jamie Barwick, Stephan T. Leu and William H. E. J. van Wettere
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:4
  9. Fish telemetry using electronic transmitter or data storage tags has become a common method for studying free-swimming fish both in the wild and in aquaculture. However, fish used in telemetry studies must be ...

    Authors: M. Føre, E. Svendsen, F. Økland, A. Gräns, J. A. Alfredsen, B. Finstad, R. D. Hedger and I. Uglem
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:3
  10. The establishment of Burmese pythons (Python bivittatus) in Everglades National Park, Florida, USA, has been connected to a > 90% decline in the mesomammal population in the park and is a major threat to native r...

    Authors: Nicholas M. Whitney, Connor F. White, Brian J. Smith, Michael S. Cherkiss, Frank J. Mazzotti and Kristen M. Hart
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:2
  11. Recent advances in tracking systems have revolutionized our ability to study animal movement in the wild. In aquatic environments, high-resolution acoustic telemetry systems make it technically possible to sim...

    Authors: Eneko Aspillaga, Robert Arlinghaus, Martina Martorell-Barceló, Guillermo Follana-Berná, Arancha Lana, Andrea Campos-Candela and Josep Alós
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:1
  12. A growing number of studies are using accelerometers to examine activity level patterns in aquatic animals. However, given the amount of data generated from accelerometers, most of these studies use loggers th...

    Authors: Rachel A. Skubel, Kenady Wilson, Yannis P. Papastamatiou, Hannah J. Verkamp, James A. Sulikowski, Daniel Benetti and Neil Hammerschlag
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:34
  13. Understanding movement patterns of a species is vital for optimising conservation and management strategies. This information is often difficult to obtain in the marine realm for species that regularly occur a...

    Authors: Patrick J. Burke, Johann Mourier, Troy F. Gaston and Jane E. Williamson
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:33
  14. Autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) and animal telemetry have become important tools for understanding the relationships between aquatic organisms and their environment, but more information is needed to gui...

    Authors: Osama Ennasr, Christopher Holbrook, Darryl W. Hondorp, Charles C. Krueger, Demetris Coleman, Pratap Solanki, John Thon and Xiaobo Tan
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:32
  15. Advances in biologging technology allow researchers access to previously unobservable behavioral states and movement patterns of marine animals. To relate behaviors with environmental variables, features must ...

    Authors: Jacob M. J. Linsky, Nicole Wilson, David E. Cade, Jeremy A. Goldbogen, David W. Johnston and Ari S. Friedlaender
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:31
  16. The dolphinfish, Coryphaena hippurus, is a fast-swimming, predatory fish exhibiting relatively fast growth and early maturation among marine teleosts. It is an important, potentially renewable resource throughout...

    Authors: Christopher R. Perle, Stephanie Snyder, Wessley Merten, Melinda Simmons, Justina Dacey, Ruben Rodriguez-Sanchez, John O’Sullivan and Sofia Ortega-Garcia
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:30
  17. Biologging studies have revealed a wealth of information about the spatio-temporal movements of a wide range of vertebrates large enough to carry electronic tracking tags. Advances in autonomous underwater veh...

    Authors: L. A. Hawkes, O. Exeter, S. M. Henderson, C. Kerry, A. Kukulya, J. Rudd, S. Whelan, N. Yoder and M. J. Witt
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:29
  18. Acoustic telemetry is a commonly used tool to gain knowledge about aquatic animal ecology through the study of their movements. In telemetry studies researchers must make inferences regarding the movements and...

    Authors: Amy A. Weinz, Jordan K. Matley, Natalie V. Klinard, Aaron T. Fisk and Scott F. Colborne
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:28
  19. Animals need adaptive strategies to cope with seasonal changes in prey availability to survive and reproduce, which can include migrating, prey-switching, or reducing metabolic needs. Human settlements can dis...

    Authors: Katie J. Harrington, James A. Fahlbusch, Roland Langrock, Jean-François Therrien, Jennifer L. Houtz and Birgitte I. McDonald
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:27
  20. Acoustic telemetry studies often rely on the assumption that premature tag failure does not affect the validity of inferences. However, in some cases this assumption is possibly or likely invalid and it is nec...

    Authors: John R. Skalski and Steven L. Whitlock
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:26

    The Correction to this article has been published in Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:18

  21. Acoustic positioning telemetry allows to collect large amounts of data on the movement of aquatic animals by use of autonomous receiver stations. Essential in this process is the conversion from raw signal det...

    Authors: Jenna Vergeynst, Henrik Baktoft, Ans Mouton, Tom De Mulder, Ingmar Nopens and Ine Pauwels
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:25
  22. Cobia (Rachycentron canadum) is a cosmopolitan marine fish that inhabits tropical, sub-tropical, and temperate marine and estuarine waters and supports a major recreational fishery along the U.S. Atlantic and Gul...

    Authors: Douglas R. Jensen and John E. Graves
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:24
  23. A better understanding of sea turtle spatial ecology is critical for the continued conservation of imperiled sea turtles and their habitats. For resource managers to develop the most effective conservation str...

    Authors: Lucas P. Griffin, Brian J. Smith, Michael S. Cherkiss, Andrew G. Crowder, Clayton G. Pollock, Zandy Hillis-Starr, Andy J. Danylchuk and Kristen M. Hart
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:22
  24. Telemetry applied to aquatic organisms has recently developed greatly. Physiological sensors have been increasingly used as tools for fish welfare monitoring. However, for the technology to be used as a reliab...

    Authors: Sébastien Alfonso, Walter Zupa, Amedeo Manfrin, Eleonora Fiocchi, Maria Dioguardi, Mariano Dara, Giuseppe Lembo, Pierluigi Carbonara and Matteo Cammarata
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:21
  25. Argos satellite telemetry is used globally to track terrestrial and aquatic megafauna, yet the accuracy of this system has been described empirically only for a limited number of species. We used Argos-linked ...

    Authors: Ladd M. Irvine, Martha H. Winsor, Tomas M. Follett, Bruce R. Mate and Daniel M. Palacios
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:20
  26. Acoustic telemetry is now a key research tool used to quantify juvenile salmon survival, but transmitter size has limited past studies to larger smolts (> 130 mm fork length). New, smaller, higher-frequency tr...

    Authors: Erin L. Rechisky, Aswea D. Porter, Paul M. Winchell and David W. Welch
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:19
  27. Archival tags that measure the Earth’s magnetic field could provide a new geolocation method for demersal fishes in the North Pacific Ocean. However, the presence of local magnetic field anomalies caused by ge...

    Authors: J. K. Nielsen, F. J. Mueter, M. D. Adkison, T. Loher, S. F. McDermott and A. C. Seitz
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:17
  28. Acoustic positioning telemetry is nowadays widely used in behavioural ecology of aquatic animals. Data on the animal’s geographical location and its changes through time are used to study for instance movement...

    Authors: Jenna Vergeynst, Thomas Vanwyck, Raf Baeyens, Tom De Mulder, Ingmar Nopens, Ans Mouton and Ine Pauwels
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:16
  29. The Orinoco crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) is the largest crocodile and the most threatened by extinction in the Neotropics due to overexploitation for the skin trade during the early–middle twentieth century...

    Authors: Rafael A. Moreno-Arias and María Cristina Ardila-Robayo
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:15

    The Correction to this article has been published in Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:23

  30. Application of Social Network Analysis (SNA) to acoustic telemetry is a useful approach to examine social behavior in fish. Atlantic Sturgeon (Acipenser oxyrinchus oxyrinchus) are ancient, long-lived anadromous f...

    Authors: Jessie Lilly, Montana F. McLean, Michael J. Dadswell, Isaac Wirgin, Perry Comolli and Michael J. W. Stokesbury
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:14
  31. While cetaceans have been extensively studied around the world, nocturnal movements and habitat use have been largely unaddressed for most populations. We used satellite telemetry to examine the nocturnal move...

    Authors: Elizabeth F. Hartel, Wendy Noke Durden and Greg O’Corry-Crowe
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:13
  32. Information regarding the movement ecology of horse-eye jack Caranx latus throughout the Caribbean is limited despite their prevalence. Passive acoustic telemetry was used to infer movement patterns of seven adul...

    Authors: Ashleigh J. Novak, Sarah L. Becker, John T. Finn, Andy J. Danylchuk, Clayton G. Pollock, Zandy Hillis-Starr and Adrian Jordaan
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:12
  33. Great hammerhead sharks (Sphyrna mokarran) routinely swim on their sides and periodically roll from side to side. A previous study used wind tunnel tests with a rigid model hammerhead shark to demonstrate that th...

    Authors: Mark Royer, Kelsey Maloney, Carl Meyer, Edward Cardona, Nicholas Payne, Kate Whittingham, Guilherme Silva, Chloe’ Blandino and Kim Holland
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:11
  34. Tri-axial accelerometers are frequently deployed on terrestrial quadrupedal mammals using collars, because they are easy to fit and are thought to have minimal impact on the subject. Collar-attached devices ar...

    Authors: Eleanor R. Dickinson, Philip A. Stephens, Nikki J. Marks, Rory P. Wilson and David M. Scantlebury
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:9
  35. Acoustic telemetry has been used with great success to quantify the movements of marine fishes in open habitats, however research has begun to focus on patterns of movement and habitat usage within more struct...

    Authors: Daniel S. Swadling, Nathan A. Knott, Matthew J. Rees, Hugh Pederson, Kye R. Adams, Matthew D. Taylor and Andrew R. Davis
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:8
  36. Hurricanes can have catastrophic effects on coastal ecosystems. To minimize negative impacts of storms, animals may seek shelter in place, move to a nearby refuge, or evacuate long-distances. Crocodilians can ...

    Authors: Bradley A. Strickland, Kirk Gastrich, Frank J. Mazzotti, Jordan A. Massie, Valeria Paz, Natasha Viadero, Jennifer S. Rehage and Michael R. Heithaus
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:7
  37. Global positioning systems (GPS) and altimeters are increasingly used to monitor vertical space use by aerial species, a key aspect of their ecological niche, that we need to know to manage our own use of the ...

    Authors: Guillaume Péron, Justin M. Calabrese, Olivier Duriez, Christen H. Fleming, Ruth García-Jiménez, Alison Johnston, Sergio A. Lambertucci, Kamran Safi and Emily L. C. Shepard
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:5
  38. Gathering ecological data for species of conservation concern inhabiting remote regions can be daunting and, sometimes, logistically infeasible. We built a custom-made GPS tracking device that allows to remote...

    Authors: Pierpaolo Loreti, Lorenzo Bracciale, Giuliano Colosimo, Carlos Vera, Glenn P. Gerber, Massimiliano De Luca and Gabriele Gentile
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:3
  39. During the past decades, avian studies have profited from the development of miniature electronic devices that allow long-term and long-range monitoring. To ensure data quality and to inform understanding of p...

    Authors: Verena Puehringer-Sturmayr, Matthias-Claudio A. Loretto, Josef Hemetsberger, Tanja Czerny, Johannes Gschwandegger, Madelaine Leitsberger, Kurt Kotrschal and Didone Frigerio
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:2
  40. Passive integrated transponder (PIT) tags are used to study the movement and behaviour in populations of a wide variety of fish species and for a number of different applications from fisheries to aquaculture....

    Authors: Jack D’Arcy, Suzanne Kelly, Tom McDermott, John Hyland, Dave Jackson and Majbritt Bolton-Warberg
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:1
  41. Fixed radio telemetry stations are used to study the movement ecology of fishes in streams and rivers. A common assumption of such studies is that detection efficiency remains constant through space and time. ...

    Authors: Brittany G. Sullivan, Daniel P. Struthers, Mark K. Taylor, Chris Carli and Steven J. Cooke
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2019 7:27
  42. Daily rhythms have been widely investigated in various mammals but, surprisingly, literature is scarce and conflicting regarding the domestic cat, Felis catus. This may come from the difficulty to analyse rhythms...

    Authors: Marine Parker, Sarah Lamoureux, Etienne Challet, Bertrand Deputte, Vincent Biourge and Jessica Serra
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2019 7:25

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