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  1. Despite widespread distribution and occurrence in the global shark fin trade, information regarding fundamental biology of the silvertip shark, especially vertical and horizontal movement data, is sparse. Its ...

    Authors: Mark E Bond, Emily Tolentino, Sangeeta Mangubhai and Lucy A Howey
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2015 3:19
  2. The ability to track fish in the vicinity of dams and detect the presence of fish in fishways (also referred to as fish ladders) is critical to understanding the migration biology of upstream migrating fish an...

    Authors: Ki Won Jung, Z. Daniel Deng, Jayson J. Martinez, David R. Geist, Geoffrey A. McMichael, John R. Stephenson and Peter J. Graf
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2015 3:17
  3. American mink forage on land and in water, with aquatic prey often constituting a large proportion of their diet. Their long, thin body shape and relatively poor insulation make them vulnerable to heat loss, p...

    Authors: Joanna M Bagniewska, Lauren A Harrington, Tom Hart, Andrew L Harrington, Laura Fasola and David W Macdonald
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2015 3:18
  4. Estimates of home-range size are frequently used to compare areal requirements of animals over time or space. Comparative studies of home-range estimators have highlighted extreme differences among general cla...

    Authors: Johannes Signer, Niko Balkenhol, Mark Ditmer and John Fieberg
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2015 3:16

    The Erratum to this article has been published in Animal Biotelemetry 2015 3:28

  5. Advances in bio-telemetry technology have made it possible to automatically monitor and classify behavioural activities in many animals, including domesticated species such as dairy cows. Automated behavioural...

    Authors: Jorge A. Vázquez Diosdado, Zoe E. Barker, Holly R. Hodges, Jonathan R. Amory, Darren P. Croft, Nick J. Bell and Edward A. Codling
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2015 3:15
  6. Many marine species are difficult to study because components of their lifecycles occur solely or partially outside of the observable realm of researchers. Advances in biologging tags have begun to give us gli...

    Authors: Taylor K. Chapple, Adrian C. Gleiss, Oliver J. D. Jewell, Martin Wikelski and Barbara A. Block
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2015 3:14
  7. In the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, several salmonid species are listed as threatened or endangered. One potential cause of lower juvenile salmonid survival may be predation by striped bass (Morone saxatilis) an...

    Authors: Andrew A Schultz, Kevin K Kumagai and Brent B Bridges
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2015 3:13
  8. The movement and habitat use patterns of medium-bodied nearshore sharks are poorly understood. However, these species face some of the highest levels of exposure to anthropogenic development. The habitat and s...

    Authors: Samantha EM Munroe, Colin A Simpfendorfer, James Moloney and Michelle R Heupel
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2015 3:10
  9. Studies on the spatial ecology of invasive species provide critical information for conservation managers such as habitat preferences and identification of native species at risk of predation. To understand th...

    Authors: Kristen M Hart, Michael S Cherkiss, Brian J Smith, Frank J Mazzotti, Ikuko Fujisaki, Ray W Snow and Michael E Dorcas
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2015 3:8
  10. Effective conservation of large predators requires a broad understanding of their ecology. Caranx ignobilis is a large marine predator well represented in coral reef environments, yet they are poorly studied. Pas...

    Authors: Elodie JI Lédée, Michelle R Heupel, Andrew J Tobin and Colin A Simpfendorfer
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2015 3:6
  11. The European badger (Meles meles) is involved in the maintenance of bovine tuberculosis infection and onward spread to cattle. However, little is known about how transmission occurs. One possible route could be t...

    Authors: David W McClune, Nikki J Marks, Richard J Delahay, W Ian Montgomery and David M Scantlebury
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2015 3:7
  12. When employing acoustic telemetry to study aquatic species, understanding the functional dynamics of the monitoring system is essential for effective study design, data interpretation, and analysis. Typically,...

    Authors: Steven Thomas Kessel, Nigel Edward Hussey, Dale Mitchell Webber, Samuel Harvey Gruber, Joy Michelle Young, Malcolm John Smale and Aaron Thomas Fisk
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2015 3:5
  13. Delineation of home ranges, residence and foraging areas, and migration corridors is important for understanding the habitat needs for a given species. Recently, many population segments of Northwest Atlantic ...

    Authors: Kristen M Hart, Autumn R Sartain and Ikuko Fujisaki
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2015 3:3
  14. Improvements in telemetry technology are allowing us to monitor animal movements with increasing accuracy, precision and frequency. The increased complexity of the data collections, however, demands additional...

    Authors: Ross G Dwyer, Charles Brooking, Wilfred Brimblecombe, Hamish A Campbell, Jane Hunter, Matthew Watts and Craig E Franklin
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2015 3:1
  15. Worsening recruitment of Alaskan Chinook salmon over the past decade has created major conservation problems. In Cook Inlet, lucrative Sockeye salmon fisheries are severely limited because of Chinook bycatch, ...

    Authors: David W Welch, Aswea D Porter and Paul Winchell
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2014 2:35
  16. Little information exists on the vertical and horizontal movements of juvenile scalloped hammerhead sharks (Sphyrna lewini). Measurements of the sizes of juveniles caught in nets close to shore and those swimming...

    Authors: E Mauricio Hoyos-Padilla, James T Ketchum, A Peter Klimley and Felipe Galván-Magaña
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2014 2:17
  17. The use of internal telemetry has greatly advanced fisheries research in the past two decades, permitting researchers to observe movements and distributions of organisms in their natural environment. For many ...

    Authors: Michael G Smircich and John T Kelly
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2014 2:16
  18. Oviduct-inserted transmitters have shown promise for determining precise location of spawning in fishes. Use of traditional manual tracking to locate expelled oviduct transmitters is laborious and accurate est...

    Authors: Thomas R Binder, Christopher M Holbrook, Scott M Miehls, Henry T Thompson and Charles C Krueger
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2014 2:14
  19. Fish entrainment through turbine intakes is one of the major issues for operators of hydropower facilities because it causes injury and/or mortality and adversely affects population abundance. Entrainment redu...

    Authors: Eduardo G Martins, Lee F G Gutowsky, Philip M Harrison, Joanna E Mills Flemming, Ian D Jonsen, David Z Zhu, Alf Leake, David A Patterson, Michael Power and Steven J Cooke
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2014 2:13
  20. Satellite-based oceanographic data products are a valuable source of information on potential resource availability for marine species. Satellite oceanography data may be particularly useful in biotelemetry st...

    Authors: Tobey H Curtis, Stephan I Zeeman, Erin L Summers, Steven X Cadrin and Gregory B Skomal
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2014 2:12
  21. Tope sharks (Galeorhinus galeus) aggregate in large numbers during spring and summer in closed gulfs and bays in northern Patagonia; these locations are considered the main nursery areas for the species. However,...

    Authors: Juan Martín Cuevas, Mirta García and Edgardo Di Giacomo
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2014 2:11
  22. Telemetry is very important for monitoring physiological functions in awake and freely moving laboratory animals. Although implantable transmitters reduce stress resulting from daily handling and restraint, th...

    Authors: Jaco Bakker, Rianne Klomp, Milene WM Rijnbeek, Saskia S Arndt, Ingrid HCHM Philippens and Jan AM Langermans
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2014 2:10
  23. Understanding movement patterns of free-ranging top predators throughout heterogeneous habitat is important for gaining insight into trophic interactions. We tracked the movements of five adult American alliga...

    Authors: Ikuko Fujisaki, Kristen M Hart, Frank J Mazzotti, Michael S Cherkiss, Autumn R Sartain, Brian M Jeffery, Jeffrey S Beauchamp and Mathew Denton
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2014 2:8
  24. Telemetry systems that estimate animal positions with hyperbolic positioning algorithms also provide a technology-specific estimate of position precision (e.g., horizontal position error (HPE) for the VEMCO po...

    Authors: Trevor D Meckley, Christopher M Holbrook, C Michael Wagner and Thomas R Binder
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2014 2:7
  25. The 4th of April marks the first anniversary of the launch of Animal Biotelemetry, and an occasion to thank the scientific community for your support of the journal. We are thankful to the Associate Editors, who ...

    Authors: A Peter Klimley
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2014 2:6
  26. The popularity of tri-axial accelerometer data loggers to quantify animal activity through the analysis of signature traces is increasing. However, there is no consensus on how to process the large data sets t...

    Authors: David W McClune, Nikki J Marks, Rory P Wilson, Jonathan DR Houghton, Ian W Montgomery, Natasha E McGowan, Eamonn Gormley and Michael Scantlebury
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2014 2:5
  27. From 1983, there have been three decades of the application and development of radio telemetry for wildlife studies in India. In this article, we review 82 studies from India, covering 47 species from four tax...

    Authors: Bilal Habib, Shivam Shrotriya, Kuppusamy Sivakumar, Priya R Sinha and Vinod B Mathur
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2014 2:4
  28. Consumption of telemetered fishes by piscivores is problematic for telemetry studies because tag detections from the piscivore could introduce bias into the analysis of telemetry data. We illustrate the use of...

    Authors: Jason G Romine, Russell W Perry, Samuel V Johnston, Christopher W Fitzer, Stephen W Pagliughi and Aaron R Blake
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2014 2:3
  29. Recent improvements in fixed acoustic monitoring receivers allow the tracking of individual aquatic animals over long periods of time with regular fine-scale positions. The VEMCO Positioning System (VPS) is no...

    Authors: Romain Roy, Jeremy Beguin, Christine Argillier, Laurence Tissot, Frank Smith, Stephanie Smedbol and Eric De-Oliveira
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2014 2:1
  30. A laboratory experiment was conducted to assess the potential impacts of surgically implanted 23 and 32 mm passive integrated transponder (PIT) tags on survival, growth, and body condition of juvenile Atlantic...

    Authors: Martin H Larsen, Aske N Thorn, Christian Skov and Kim Aarestrup
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2013 1:19
  31. Evaluation of the movement patterns of small-bodied fish is often hindered by the lack of a suitable long-term mark. We evaluated several techniques for long-term group and individual identification of adult (...

    Authors: Brian L Bangs, Matthew R Falcy, Paul D Scheerer and Shaun Clements
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2013 1:18
  32. Sugar pine (Pinus lambertiana) seeds and oak (Quercus spp.) acorns are both important fall food sources for a variety of wildlife in the Sierra Nevada, but both have variable mast production and are in decline. S...

    Authors: Rachel Mazur, A P Klimley and Karen Folger
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2013 1:16
  33. Little is known about bowhead whale (Balaena mysticetus) foraging behavior and what concentrations of prey are required to balance the energetic trade-offs of feeding. We used satellite telemetry, archival depth ...

    Authors: Mads Peter Heide-Jørgensen, Kristin L Laidre, Nynne H Nielsen, Rikke G Hansen and Anders Røstad
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2013 1:15
  34. Early ocean experience is a critical time period that affects juvenile salmonid survival. Understanding juvenile salmonid behavior in nearshore marine environments and how oceanic conditions (such as dynamic r...

    Authors: Geoffrey A McMichael, Amanda C Hanson, Ryan A Harnish and Donna M Trott
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2013 1:14
  35. 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
  36. 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
  37. 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
  38. 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
  39. 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
  40. 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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