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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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

  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. 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
  12. 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
  13. 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
  14. 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
  15. 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
  16. 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
  17. 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
  18. Ecological sciences have, in recent decades, benefited from the ability of proximity loggers (PLs)—i.e. devices that transmit and receive radio signals (UHF)—to quantify intra- and inter-specific interactions....

    Authors: Roxana Triguero-Ocaña, Joaquín Vicente and Pelayo Acevedo
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2019 7:24
  19. Understanding fish movements and migrations are paramount for management and conservation efforts. By applying Hidden Markov Models (HMMs) on records from electronic tags, migration routes of tagged fish can b...

    Authors: Martin Lykke Kristensen, Martin Wæver Pedersen, Uffe Høgsbro Thygesen, Diego del Villar-Guerra, Henrik Baktoft and Kim Aarestrup
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2019 7:23
  20. The vaginal implant transmitter is an effective tool in the study of neonatal survival rates for cervid species. The latest iterations of the vaginal implant transmitter use Global Positioning Systems and ultr...

    Authors: Justin R. Dion, Jacob M. Haus, Joseph E. Rogerson and Jacob L. Bowman
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2019 7:22
  21. Mitigating the effect of linear transport infrastructure (LTI) on fauna is a crucial issue in road ecology. Wildlife crossing structures (tunnels or overpasses) are one solution that has been implemented to re...

    Authors: Guillaume Testud, Alan Vergnes, Philippe Cordier, Dorothée Labarraque and Claude Miaud
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2019 7:21
  22. Pinnipeds spend large portions of their lives at sea, submerged, or hauled-out on land, often on remote off-shore islands. This fundamentally limits access by researchers to critical parts of pinniped life his...

    Authors: Markus Horning, Russel D. Andrews, Amanda M. Bishop, Peter L. Boveng, Daniel P. Costa, Daniel E. Crocker, Martin Haulena, Mark Hindell, Allyson G. Hindle, Rachel R. Holser, Sascha K. Hooker, Luis A. Hückstädt, Shawn Johnson, Mary-Anne Lea, Birgitte I. McDonald, Clive R. McMahon…
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2019 7:20
  23. We present a cellular phone-enhanced GPS tracking system (GPS mobile with CTG-001G receiver triangulation) suitable for urban carnivores, in tandem with appropriate home range analysis, as an additional tracki...

    Authors: Hiroaki Ishii, Koji Yamazaki, Michael J. Noonan, Christina D. Buesching, Chris Newman and Yayoi Kaneko
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2019 7:19
  24. Understanding animal movement facilitates better management and conservation. The link between movement and physiology holds clues to the basic drivers of animal behaviours. In bears, heart rate increases with...

    Authors: Leslie Blanchet, Boris Fuchs, Ole-Gunnar Støen, Audrey Bergouignan, Andrés Ordiz, Timothy G. Laske, Jon M. Arnemo and Alina L. Evans
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2019 7:18
  25. Acoustic telemetry is an increasingly common method used to address ecological questions about the movement, behaviour, and survival of freshwater and marine organisms. The variable performance of acoustic tel...

    Authors: Natalie V. Klinard, Edmund A. Halfyard, Jordan K. Matley, Aaron T. Fisk and Timothy B. Johnson
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2019 7:17
  26. Acoustic telemetry is increasingly being used as a tool to measure survival, migration timing and behaviour of fish. Tagged fish may fall prey to other animals with the tag continuing to be detected whilst it ...

    Authors: Jason Daniels, Stephen Sutton, Dale Webber and Jonathan Carr
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2019 7:16
  27. Biotelemetry has become a key tool for studying marine animals in the last decade, and a wide range of electronic tags are now available for answering a range of research questions. However, comparatively, les...

    Authors: Brian J. Smith, Thomas H. Selby, Michael S. Cherkiss, Andrew G. Crowder, Zandy Hillis-Starr, Clayton G. Pollock and Kristen M. Hart
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2019 7:15
  28. The study of bioenergetics, kinematics, and behavior in free-ranging animals has been transformed through the increasing use of biologging devices that sample motion intensively with high-resolution sensors. O...

    Authors: Zac Yung-Chun Liu, Jerry H. Moxley, Paul Kanive, Adrian C. Gleiss, Thom Maughan, Larry Bird, Oliver J. D. Jewell, Taylor K. Chapple, Tyler Gagne, Connor F. White and Salvador J. Jorgensen
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2019 7:14
  29. Archival tags have been used on fish for a number of years to measure temperature, pressure and salinity, among other parameters. Measurements of heart rate in fish can be used in a wide variety of biological ...

    Authors: Ásgeir Bjarnason, Andrés Gunnarsson, Tómas Árnason, Matthías Oddgeirsson, Anton Björn Sigmarsson and Ásgeir Gunnarsson
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2019 7:13
  30. Most information on shortfin makos (Isurus oxyrinchus) in the eastern North Pacific (ENP) currently comes from fisheries data and short-term tracking studies. Although range has been inferred from catch and conve...

    Authors: Nicole Nasby-Lucas, Heidi Dewar, Oscar Sosa-Nishizaki, Cara Wilson, John R. Hyde, Russell D. Vetter, James Wraith, Barbara A. Block, Michael J. Kinney, Tim Sippel, David B. Holts and Suzanne Kohin
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2019 7:12
  31. Semiaquatic mammals require both aquatic and terrestrial habitats, particularly interfaces between the two habitats. As ecosystem engineers, American beaver (Castor canadensis) consume and fell a great amount of ...

    Authors: Guiming Wang, Lance F. McClintic and Jimmy D. Taylor
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2019 7:10
  32. In fish tagging studies, tag size limits the size of fish that can be tagged, the fraction of a population that can be represented, and ultimately inferences that can be made about the study population, partic...

    Authors: Kenneth F. Tiffan, Ian G. Jezorek and Russell W. Perry
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2019 7:9
  33. The thyroid gland contributes immensely to the basal metabolic rate, and hence, thermogenesis in mammals. Its response to the thermal environment is, however, slow and may require several days to adjust. A rap...

    Authors: Hosam J. Al-Tamimi, Amani Al-Dawood and Zainab Mahasneh
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2019 7:8
  34. The desire of animal behaviorists for more flexible methods of conducting inter-study and inter-specific comparisons and meta-analysis of various animal behaviors compelled us to design an automated, animal be...

    Authors: David A. Sweeney, Stacy L. DeRuiter, Ye Joo McNamara-Oh, Tiago A. Marques, Patricia Arranz and John Calambokidis
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2019 7:7
  35. Manual tracking has been used since the 1970s as an effective radio telemetry approach for evaluating habitat use of fish in fluvial systems. Radio tags are often located by continually reducing the gain when ...

    Authors: Brittany G. Sullivan, Shannon H. Clarke, Daniel P. Struthers, Mark K. Taylor and Steven J. Cooke
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2019 7:6
  36. Studies of deep-diving beaked whales using Argos satellite-linked location-depth tags frequently return data with large gaps in the diving record. We document the steps taken to eliminate these data gaps and c...

    Authors: Nicola J. Quick, William R. Cioffi, Jeanne Shearer and Andrew J. Read
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2019 7:5
  37. Recent advances in satellite tagging technologies for marine animals have provided opportunities to investigate the spatial ecology of pelagic species including at-sea behavior and predator–prey interactions. ...

    Authors: Casey L. Brown, Markus Horning and Amanda M. Bishop
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2019 7:4
  38. Surgical implantation of transmitters and data loggers into wild fish is commonplace among studies of their behaviour and ecology. Nonetheless, concerns remain regarding the procedures required for implantatio...

    Authors: Ela Patel, James Lea and Christopher Clarke
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2019 7:3
  39. Aquatic biotelemetry techniques have proven to be valuable tools to generate knowledge on species behaviour, gather oceanographic data and help in assessing effects from anthropogenic disturbances. These data ...

    Authors: Jan Reubens, Pieterjan Verhelst, Inge van der Knaap, Benny Wydooghe, Tanja Milotic, Klaas Deneudt, Francisco Hernandez and Ine Pauwels
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2019 7:2
  40. Acoustic tagging is typically used to gather data on the spatial ecology of diverse marine taxa, informing questions about spatio-temporal attributes such as residency and home range, but detection data may al...

    Authors: David M. Tickler, Aaron B. Carlisle, Taylor K. Chapple, David J. Curnick, Jonathan J. Dale, Robert J. Schallert and Barbara A. Block
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2019 7:1
  41. Over the past 15 years, the integration of localised passive telemetry networks into centralised data repositories has greatly enhanced our ability to monitor the presence and movements of highly mobile and mi...

    Authors: Vinay Udyawer, Ross G. Dwyer, Xavier Hoenner, Russell C. Babcock, Stephanie Brodie, Hamish A. Campbell, Robert G. Harcourt, Charlie Huveneers, Fabrice R. A. Jaine, Colin A. Simpfendorfer, Matthew D. Taylor and Michelle R. Heupel
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2018 6:17
  42. Detecting tagged animals in coastal environments is often limited to stationary arrays of acoustic receivers that can decode transmissions from tags on animals. However, mobile autonomous platforms are becomin...

    Authors: Megan Cimino, Michael Cassen, Sophia Merrifield and Eric Terrill
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2018 6:16
  43. Basic knowledge of detailed spatiotemporal migration patterns is lacking for most migratory bird species. Using the smallest available geolocator, we aim to map autumn migration and wintering areas of north Eu...

    Authors: Anders P. Tøttrup, Lykke Pedersen and Kasper Thorup
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2018 6:15
  44. Classifying behaviour with animal-borne accelerometers is quickly becoming a popular tool for remotely observing behavioural states in a variety of species. Most accelerometry work in pinnipeds has focused on ...

    Authors: Courtney R. Shuert, Patrick P. Pomeroy and Sean D. Twiss
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2018 6:14
  45. Biologgers can be used to monitor both human and animal physiology and behaviors, activity patterns, and/or environmental stressors. Monitoring of heart rates and rhythms, respiratory patterns, and activity in...

    Authors: Timothy G. Laske, Alina L. Evans, Jon M. Arnemo, Tinen L. Iles, Mark A. Ditmer, Ole Fröbert, David L. Garshelis and Paul A. Iaizzo
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2018 6:13

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