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  1. Content type: Research

    Acoustic-tag studies with their high to very high detection rates defy traditional statistical wisdom regarding analysis of tagging studies. Conventional wisdom has been to use a parsimonious model with the fe...

    Authors: John R Skalski, Adam G Seaburg and Rebecca A Buchanan

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2013 1:12

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    Attachment of towed, floating satellite tags to large marine organisms has provided scientists with a wealth of information on the movements of these species. These tags generally are not programmed to detach ...

    Authors: Alex R Hearn, Jonathan R Green, Eduardo Espinoza, Cesar Peñaherrera, David Acuña and A Peter Klimley

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2013 1:11

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    Reductions in the size of acoustic transmitters implanted in migrating juvenile salmonids have resulted in the ability to make smaller incisions that may warrant using only a single suture for closure. However...

    Authors: Richard S Brown, Katherine A Deters, Katrina V Cook and M Brad Eppard

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2013 1:10

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    Acoustic transmitters used in telemetry studies to assess fish migration and survival are often surgically implanted into the coelomic cavity of the fish. While intra-coelomic implantation is a well-establishe...

    Authors: Christa M Woodley, Katie A Wagner, Amanda J Bryson and M Brad Eppard

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2013 1:9

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    Acoustic telemetry is a widely used tool for evaluating the behavior and survival of juvenile salmonids in the Columbia River basin. Thus, it is important to understand how the surgical tagging process and the...

    Authors: Richard S Brown, Eric W Oldenburg, Adam G Seaburg, Katrina V Cook, John R Skalski, M Brad Eppard and Katherine A Deters

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2013 1:8

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    Emerging global positioning system (GPS) technologies can clarify movement patterns of free-ranging animals in far more detail than has been possible with previous methods. We conducted long-term (mean, 65 day...

    Authors: Samantha J Price-Rees, Gregory P Brown and Richard Shine

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2013 1:7

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  7. Content type: Review

    Considerable technical developments over the past half century have enabled widespread application of electronic tags to the study of animals in the wild, including in freshwater environments. We review the co...

    Authors: Steven J Cooke, Jonathan D Midwood, Jason D Thiem, Peter Klimley, Martyn C Lucas, Eva B Thorstad, John Eiler, Chris Holbrook and Brendan C Ebner

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2013 1:5

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    Four methods for attaching pop-up satellite transmitters to European eel were tested in the laboratory by recording long-term tag retention, growth and survival; short-term behavioral responses; and physical d...

    Authors: Finn Økland, Eva B Thorstad, Håkan Westerberg, Kim Aarestrup and Julian D Metcalfe

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2013 1:3

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    Transmitters used in telemetry studies are typically surgically implanted into the coelom of fish. When large numbers of fish are implanted consecutively, as in large telemetry studies, it is common for surgic...

    Authors: Ricardo W Walker, Lye Meng Markillie, Alison H Colotelo, David R Geist, Marybeth E Gay, Christa M Woodley, M Brad Eppard and Richard S Brown

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2013 1:4

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    Satellite tagging programs have provided detailed information about the migratory patterns of northeastern Pacific white sharks, revealing a seasonal migration between a vast offshore region and coastal aggreg...

    Authors: Michael L Domeier and Nicole Nasby-Lucas

    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2013 1:2

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