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  1. Satellite telemetry is critical for collecting fine-scale temporal and spatial data on individual animals that has broad-scale applicability at population and species levels. There have been significant advanc...

    Authors: Brian C. Balmer, Andrew J. Westgate and Wayne E. McFee
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:15
  2. Due to their Arctic habitat and elusive nature, little is known about the narwhal (Monodon monoceros) and its foraging behaviour. Understanding its ability to catch prey is essential for understanding its ecologi...

    Authors: Frederik H. Jensen, Outi M. Tervo, Mads Peter Heide-Jørgensen and Susanne Ditlevsen
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:14

    The Correction to this article has been published in Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:16

  3. Bio-telemetry from small tags attached to animals is one of the principal methods for studying the ecology and behaviour of wildlife. The field has constantly evolved over the last 80 years as technological im...

    Authors: Timm A. Wild, Louis van Schalkwyk, Pauli Viljoen, Georg Heine, Nina Richter, Bernd Vorneweg, Jens C. Koblitz, Dina K. N. Dechmann, Will Rogers, Jesko Partecke, Nils Linek, Tamara Volkmer, Troels Gregersen, Rasmus W. Havmøller, Kevin Morelle, Andreas Daim…
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:13
  4. The tailbeat frequency (TBF) together with tailbeat amplitude (TBA) of fish are tightly correlated with swimming speed. In addition, these parameters can be used as indicators of metabolic rate and general act...

    Authors: F. Warren-Myers, E. Svendsen, M. Føre, O. Folkedal, F. Oppedal and M. Hvas
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:12
  5. Monitoring polar bears is logistically challenging and expensive. Traditionally, reproductive history has been assessed using permanent marks from physically captured individuals, which requires assumptions ab...

    Authors: Benjamin Merkel, Jon Aars, Kristin L. Laidre and James W. Fox
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:11
  6. Little is known about the transformer stage of the parasitic lampreys, a brief but critical period that encompasses juvenile out-migration from rivers to lakes or oceans to begin parasitic feeding. Information...

    Authors: Taylor F. Haas, Theodore Castro-Santos, Scott M. Miehls, Zhiqun D. Deng, Tyler M. Bruning and C. Michael Wagner
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:9
  7. The impact of biologging devices on the aerodynamics or hydrodynamics of animals is still poorly understood. This stands in marked contrast to the ever more extensive use of such technologies in wild-living an...

    Authors: Ortal Mizrahy-Rewald, Natalie Winkler, Frederik Amann, Katharina Neugebauer, Bernhard Voelkl, Herwig A. Grogger, Thomas Ruf and Johannes Fritz
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:8
  8. Within optimal foraging theory animals should maximize their net energy gain while minimizing energetic costs. Energetic expenditure in wild animals is therefore key to measure proxies of fitness. Acceleromete...

    Authors: S. P. Finnegan, A. M. Pagano, N. J. Svoboda, S. L. Schooler and J. L. Belant
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:7
  9. One of the most important considerations for acoustic telemetry study designs is detection probability between the transmitter and the receiver. Variation in environmental (i.e., wind and flow) and abiotic (i....

    Authors: Tanner L. Carlson, Lindsey A. P. LaBrie, Jeff S. Wesner, Steven R. Chipps, Alison A. Coulter and Benjamin J. Schall
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:6
  10. Quantifying foraging success in space and time and among individuals is essential for answering many ecological questions and may guide conservation efforts. However, collecting this information is challenging...

    Authors: Tamar Lok, Matthijs van der Geest, Roeland A. Bom, Petra de Goeij, Theunis Piersma and Willem Bouten
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:5
  11. Archival (data-storage) and telemetry (acoustic and radio) tags are commonly used to provide data on the behavior and physiology of organisms, as well as data on their surrounding environment. For fishes, it i...

    Authors: Bruno Leroy, Joe Scutt Phillips, Joanne Potts, Richard W. Brill, Karen Evans, Fabien Forget, Kim Holland, David Itano, Jeff Muir, Graham Pilling and Simon Nicol
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:4
  12. Acoustic telemetry allows detailed observations of the movement behaviour of many species and as tags get smaller, smaller organisms may be tagged. The number of studies using acoustic telemetry to evaluate ma...

    Authors: Kathleen A. MacGregor, Marie-France Lavoie, Shawn M. C. Robinson, Émilie Simard and Christopher W. McKindsey
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:3
  13. American Eel (Anguilla rostrata) undertake extensive migrations from their rearing grounds to spawn in the Sargasso Sea, and historically the upper St. Lawrence River and Lake Ontario provided an important source...

    Authors: Aliénor Stahl, Sarah M. Larocque, Jesse Gardner-Costa, Alastair Mathers, Thomas C. Pratt, Scott Schlueter and Jonathan D. Midwood
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:2
  14. Hawksbill turtles (Eretmochelys imbricata) are Critically Endangered throughout their global range, and concerningly little is known about this species in the Red Sea. With large-scale coastal development project...

    Authors: Lyndsey K. Tanabe, Jesse E. M. Cochran, Collin T. Williams, Francesco Garzon, Ute Langner, Royale S. Hardenstine, Lucy A. Hawkes, Russell E. Brainard, Ameer A. Eweida, Paul A. Marshall and Michael L. Berumen
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:1
  15. Biologging technologies have yielded new insights into the ecology and behaviour of elasmobranchs, but to date, most studies involve animal capture and restraint to attach tags. Capturing animals usually resul...

    Authors: J. Fontes, B. Macena, S. Solleliet-Ferreira, F. Buyle, R. Magalhães, T. Bartolomeu, N. Liebsch, C. Meyer and P. Afonso
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2022 10:39

    The Correction to this article has been published in Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:10

  16. The capture of neonate ungulates allows for the collection of valuable ecological data, including estimates of litter size. However, varied methods used to capture neonate ungulates can result in sampling bias...

    Authors: Matthew T. Turnley, Randy T. Larsen, Tabitha A. Hughes, Morgan S. Hinton, Daniel W. Sallee, Sydney Lamb, Kent R. Hersey and Brock R. McMillan
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2022 10:38
  17. The body temperature of animals can be measured by thermistors, thermocouples, or radiotelemetry devices that are implanted surgically under the skin, although the suitability of subcutaneous temperature as an...

    Authors: José-Alfonso Abecia, Silvia Luis, Francisco Canto and Carlos Palacios
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2022 10:37
  18. Tracking animal movement is important for understanding how animals interact with their (changing) environment, and crucial for predicting and explaining how animals are affected by anthropogenic activities. T...

    Authors: Allert I. Bijleveld, Frank van Maarseveen, Bas Denissen, Anne Dekinga, Emma Penning, Selin Ersoy, Pratik R. Gupte, Luc de Monte, Job ten Horn, Roeland A. Bom, Sivan Toledo, Ran Nathan and Christine E. Beardsworth
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2022 10:36
  19. Animals sometimes forage in mixed species groups, where an individual of a “follower” species actively trails a foraging individual of another “nuclear” species to benefit from the latter’s foraging strategy. ...

    Authors: Connor F. White, Harold. L. Pratt Jr., Theo C. Pratt and Nicholas M. Whitney
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2022 10:35
  20. Fin-mounted geolocators are widely used in marine studies to track animal movements and to design informed management strategies. However, the deployment protocols of such geolocators, which normally consist o...

    Authors: Vital Heim, Daniel Lüscher, Jürgen Hottinger and Dieter Ebert
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2022 10:33
  21. Of all animals considered subjects for instrumentation for behavioral or physiological studies, cetaceans probably represent the greatest challenge to the engineer and biologist. The marine environment being h...

    Authors: Lars Kleivane, Petter H. Kvadsheim, Alex Bocconcelli, Nils Øien and Patrick J. O. Miller
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2022 10:32
  22. Studying the anti-predatory behavior of mammals represents an important challenge, especially for fossorial small mammals that hide in burrows. In the Arctic, such behaviors are critical to the survival of lem...

    Authors: David Bolduc, Dominique Fauteux, Éric Bharucha, Jean-Marie Trudeau and Pierre Legagneux
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2022 10:31
  23. Throughout their range, red deer are a well-studied species. In Italy, this species occupies two ecologically different ranges: the Alps and the Apennines. Although several studies have described the spatial b...

    Authors: Riccardo Fontana, Licia Calabrese, Ambrogio Lanzi, Elisa Armaroli and Elisabetta Raganella Pelliccioni
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2022 10:30
  24. As levels of anthropogenic noise in the marine environment rise, it is crucial to quantify potential associated effects on marine mammals. Yet measuring responses is challenging because most species spend the ...

    Authors: Joshua Hewitt, Alan E. Gelfand, Nicola J. Quick, William R. Cioffi, Brandon L. Southall, Stacy L. DeRuiter and Robert S. Schick
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2022 10:28
  25. Chronotypes describe consistent differences between individuals in biological time-keeping. They have been linked both with underlying variation in the circadian system and fitness. Quantification of chronotyp...

    Authors: Aurelia F. T. Strauß, Dominic J. McCafferty, Andreas Nord, Marina Lehmann and Barbara Helm
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2022 10:27
  26. Despite spending most time underwater, the technology in use to track whales over large geographic ranges via satellite has been largely limited to locational data, with most applications focusing on character...

    Authors: Daniel M. Palacios, Ladd M. Irvine, Barbara A. Lagerquist, James A. Fahlbusch, John Calambokidis, Stanley M. Tomkiewicz and Bruce R. Mate
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2022 10:26
  27. Little is known about the fine-scale behavioural choices white sharks make. The assessment of movement at high spatio-temporal resolution can improve our understanding of behavioural patterns. Active acoustic ...

    Authors: E. Gennari, D. T. Irion and P. D. Cowley
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2022 10:25
  28. Advancements in biologging technology allow terabytes of data to be collected that record the location of individuals but also their direction, speed and acceleration. These multi-stream data sets allow resear...

    Authors: Luke Ozsanlav-Harris, Larry R. Griffin, Mitch D. Weegman, Lei Cao, Geoff M. Hilton and Stuart Bearhop
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2022 10:24
  29. The first successful application of implanted archival tags on striped marlin showed great potential in obtaining long-term tracks for an improved understanding of movement ecology, which is important for info...

    Authors: Chi Hin Lam, Nicole Nasby-Lucas, Sofia Ortega-Garcia, Paxson Offield and Michael L. Domeier
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2022 10:23
  30. The Northwestern Pacific is a data-poor region for studies into the movements and habitat use of open ocean and pelagic sharks. However, this region experiences considerable pressure from commercial fishing. T...

    Authors: David M. P. Jacoby, Yuuki Y. Watanabe, Tre Packard, Mark Healey, Yannis P. Papastamatiou and Austin J. Gallagher
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2022 10:22
  31. Satellite telemetry devices can record movement data of animals along with the environmental data. Such data are relayed remotely via satellite systems, but are constrained by the limited bandwidth availabilit...

    Authors: Narumi Kishida, Junichi Okuyama, Mamiko Arita, Natsuki Kume, Kento Fujita, Hideaki Nishizawa, Shinsuke Torisawa and Yasushi Mitsunaga
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2022 10:21
  32. Understanding connectivity is critical to the management of exploited fish stocks, but migratory dynamics of Pacific halibut (Hippoglossus stenolepis) in the Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands region are not well-un...

    Authors: Timothy Loher
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2022 10:18
  33. In acoustic telemetry studies, detection range is usually evaluated as the relationship between the probability of detecting an individual transmission and the distance between the transmitter and receiver. Wh...

    Authors: Jolien Goossens, Jolien Buyse, Stijn Bruneel, Pieterjan Verhelst, Peter Goethals, Els Torreele, Tom Moens and Jan Reubens
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2022 10:17
  34. Despite rapid advances in sensor development and technological miniaturization, it remains challenging to non-invasively record small-amplitude electrophysiological signals from an animal in its natural enviro...

    Authors: Jessica M. Kendall-Bar, Ritika Mukherji, Jordan Nichols, Catherine Lopez, Daniel A. Lozano, Julie K. Pitman, Rachel R. Holser, Roxanne S. Beltran, Matt Schalles, Cara L. Field, Shawn P. Johnson, Alexei L. Vyssotski, Daniel P. Costa and Terrie M. Williams
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2022 10:16
  35. Monitoring and assessing cardiac activity in animals, especially heart rate variability, has been gaining importance in the last few years as an indicator of animal health, well-being and physical condition. T...

    Authors: Radana Kahankova, Jakub Kolarik, Jindřich Brablik, Katerina Barnova, Ivana Simkova and Radek Martinek
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2022 10:15
  36. Recent declines of honeybees and simplifications of wild bee communities, at least partly attributed to changes of agricultural landscapes, have worried both the public and the scientific community. To underst...

    Authors: Klas Rydhmer, Jord Prangsma, Mikkel Brydegaard, Henrik G. Smith, Carsten Kirkeby, Inger Kappel Schmidt and Birte Boelt
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2022 10:14
  37. The blue marlin (Makaira nigricans) is a vulnerable migratory fish inhabiting tropical and subtropical pelagic waters of the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans. The biology and spatial ecology of the species in ...

    Authors: Carla Freitas, Mafalda Freitas, Samantha Andrzejaczek, Jonathan J. Dale, Wayne Whippen and Barbara A. Block
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2022 10:12
  38. The anadromous alewife is a commercially fished clupeid in Atlantic Canada, whose oceanic migration is poorly understood. Migration of alewives is presently investigated from the lower reaches of Gaspereau Riv...

    Authors: Elizabetha Tsitrin, Brian G. Sanderson, Montana F. McLean, A. Jamie F. Gibson, David C. Hardie and Michael J. W. Stokesbury
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2022 10:11
  39. Recent developments in both hardware and software of animal-borne data loggers now enable large amounts of data to be collected on both animal movement and behaviour. In particular, the combined use of tri-axi...

    Authors: E. A. Magowan, I. E. Maguire, S. Smith, S. Redpath, N. J. Marks, R. P. Wilson, F. Menzies, M. O’Hagan and D. M. Scantlebury
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2022 10:10
  40. Externally attached archival data logging tags are increasingly used to unravel migration routes of fish species at sea. Due to the relatively large size of the tags, their application on seaward migrating ang...

    Authors: Pieterjan Verhelst, Kim Aarestrup, Gustav Hellström, Niels Jepsen, Anders Koed, Jan Reubens, Niklas Sjöberg, Jon Christian Svendsen and Martin Lykke Kristensen
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2022 10:9
  41. Locomotion is often a necessity for animal survival and can account for a large proportion of an individual’s energy budget. Therefore, determining the energy costs of locomotion is an important part of unders...

    Authors: Christina C. Mulvenna, Nikki J. Marks, Rory P. Wilson, Lewis G. Halsey and David M. Scantlebury
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2022 10:8
  42. Remote-sensing technology facilitates longitudinal collection of body temperature during periods of hot or cold environmental stress without human interference, producing high-frequency measurements whilst red...

    Authors: Bobbie E. Lewis Baida, Mathias Baumert, Alok Kushwaha, Alyce M. Swinbourne, Stephan T. Leu and William H. E. J. van Wettere
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2022 10:6
  43. Population parameters such as reproductive success are critical for sustainably managing ungulate populations, however obtaining these data is often difficult, expensive, and invasive. Movement-based methods t...

    Authors: Nathan D. Hooven, Kathleen E. Williams, John T. Hast, Joseph R. McDermott, R. Daniel Crank, Gabe Jenkins, Matthew T. Springer and John J. Cox
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2022 10:5

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