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  1. Automated radio telemetry systems have become a popular and invaluable tool in tracking the activity and movement of wild animals. However, many environmental conditions can hinder accuracy when tracking with ...

    Authors: Vinh T. Tran, Andrew C. Vitz and Marja H. Bakermans
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2024 12:12
  2. GPS-transmitters enable detailed study of animal behaviour but may impact the animals. Impacts vary from short-term stress and habituation to longer-term effects on e.g., migration and reproduction. To study i...

    Authors: Kees H. T. Schreven, Jesper Madsen and Bart A. Nolet
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2024 12:10
  3. Monitoring movement across an organism’s ontogeny is often challenging, particularly for long-lived or wide-ranging species. When empirical data are unavailable, general knowledge about species’ ecology may be...

    Authors: Shannon White, Matthew Breece, Dewayne Fox, David Kazyak, Amanda Higgs, Ian Park, Cassia Busch, Barbara Lubinski, Robin Johnson and Amy Welsh
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2024 12:9
  4. Acoustic telemetry is an important tool to study the movement of aquatic animals. However, studies have focussed on particular groups of easily tagged species. The development of effective tagging methods for ...

    Authors: Jean-Bruno Nadalini, Kirsty J. Lees, Marie-France Lavoie, Kathleen A. MacGregor and Christopher W. McKindsey
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2024 12:8
  5. Climate change is reshaping Bering Sea crab distributions and recent population declines have elevated the urgency in understanding spatial dynamics in relation to management boundaries. While pop-up satellite...

    Authors: Andrew J. Nault, William B. Gaeuman, Benjamin J. Daly and Vicki A. Vanek
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2024 12:7
  6. To tag large marine vertebrates, without the need to catch them, avoiding using barbs for tag retention, and precisely controlling tag location, the remote Tag Attachment Device on a pole (TADpole) was develop...

    Authors: Michael J. Moore, Thomas M. Lanagan, Randall S. Wells, Jason Kapit, Aaron A. Barleycorn, Jason B. Allen, Robin W. Baird, Camrin D. Braun, Gregory B. Skomal and Simon R. Thorrold
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2024 12:6
  7. The use of biologging tags to answer questions in animal movement ecology has increased in recent decades. Pop-up satellite archival tags (PSATs) are often used for migratory studies on large fish taxa. For PS...

    Authors: Thomas W. Horton, Samantha Birch, Barbara A. Block, Lucy A. Hawkes, Jeroen van der Kooij, Matthew J. Witt and David Righton
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2024 12:2

    The Correction to this article has been published in Animal Biotelemetry 2024 12:3

  8. Acoustic telemetry provides valuable insights into behavioural patterns of aquatic animals such as downstream migrating European eels (Anguilla anguilla), so called silver eels. The behaviour of silver eels durin...

    Authors: Benedikt Merk, Leander Höhne, Marko Freese, Lasse Marohn, Reinhold Hanel and Jan-Dag Pohlmann
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:44
  9. The foraging behaviour of sea ducks has always been difficult to study due to their exclusive occupancy of coastal waters during the wintering season. In this study we investigated the foraging behaviour of se...

    Authors: Paola Forni, Julius Morkunas and Darius Daunys
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:43
  10. Movement and space use information of exploited and imperiled coastal species is critical to management and conservation actions. While satellite telemetry has been successfully used to document movements of m...

    Authors: Margaret M. Lamont, Melissa E. Price and Daniel J. Catizone
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:42
  11. Studies involving acoustic telemetry typically use stationary acoustic receivers arranged in an array or grid. Unmanned surface vehicle (USV)-based mobile receivers offer advantages over the latter approach: t...

    Authors: Eric M. Gaskell, Tyler R. Funnell, Christopher M. Holbrook, Darryl W. Hondorp and Xiaobo Tan
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:41
  12. Acoustic telemetry is a widely used method in assessing behavioural dynamics in fishes. Telemetry transmitters (tags) are often surgically implanted in the coelom of the animal with limited in situ testing and...

    Authors: M. J. Lawrence, B. M. Wilson, G. K. Reid, C. Hawthorn, G. English, M. Black, S. Leadbeater, C. W. McKindsey and M. Trudel
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:40
  13. The marine migration of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) has been prioritised for research internationally as populations of S. salar have declined significantly throughout the species’ range. The main objectives of...

    Authors: Aisling Doogan, Deirdre Cotter, Nigel Bond, Niall Ó’Maoiléidigh and Deirdre Brophy
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:39
  14. Insight into the detection range of acoustic telemetry systems is crucial for both sampling design and data interpretation. The detection range is highly dependent on the environmental conditions and can conse...

    Authors: Stijn Bruneel, Jolien Goossens, Jan Reubens, Ine Pauwels, Tom Moens, Peter Goethals and Pieterjan Verhelst
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:38
  15. The ability to detect the location of free-ranging sea turtles over time is desirable for ecological, conservation, and veterinary studies, but existing detection methods have limited sensitivity or longevity....

    Authors: Charles J. Innis, Adam Kennedy, Jeff Kneebone, Sarah Perez, Linda Lory, Sarah DiCarlo, Alessia Brugnara, Kristen Luise, Deana Edmunds, Christine Sinnigen, Mary Beth Tims, Nina Nahvi, Emily Jones, Melissa Joblon, Kathryn Tuxbury, Elizabeth Burgess…
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:37
  16. Timing of reproductive events can be crucial for a species’ population growth and stability. Accurate detection of reproductive phenology presents a challenge to scientists studying wild species, including moo...

    Authors: Jennifer Høy-Petersen, Lucie Lemière, Dan P. Thompson, Alexandra Thiel, John A. Crouse, Erik Ropstad, Anne Randi Græsli, Jon M. Arnemo and Alina L. Evans
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:36
  17. Accurate data on animal movements can highlight behavioural and ecological issues, such as territorial interactions, barriers to migration patterns, including compromised movement corridors, or avoidance of de...

    Authors: Claire Moore, Julian Beaman, Marnie Brice and Karen Burke da Silva
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:35
  18. Bycatch mortality in longline fisheries is a major contributor to global declines in shark populations. The duration of time that an animal is hooked and the impacts of hooking on behavior affect the likelihoo...

    Authors: Molly Scott, Mark Royer and Melanie Hutchinson
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:34
  19. Freshwater fish populations are in steep decline, prompting conservation measures and a need for their evaluation. Fish are increasingly monitored with passive integrated transponders (PIT), although the suita...

    Authors: Christoffer Nagel, Jan Droll, Katharina Kroemer, Joachim Pander and Juergen Geist
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:33
  20. Monitoring the behavior of wild animals in situ can improve our understanding of how their behavior is related to their habitat and affected by disturbances and changes in their environment. Moose (Alces alces) a...

    Authors: Theresa M. Kirchner, Olivier Devineau, Marianna Chimienti, Daniel P. Thompson, John Crouse, Alina L. Evans, Barbara Zimmermann and Ane Eriksen
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:32
  21. In the context of rapid development of wind energy infrastructure, information on the flight height of birds is vital to assess their collision risk with wind turbines. GPS tags potentially represent a powerfu...

    Authors: Tonio Schaub, Alexandre Millon, Caroline De Zutter, Ralph Buij, Joël Chadœuf, Simon Lee, Aymeric Mionnet and Raymond Hendrikus Gerardus Klaassen
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:31
  22. Fish geolocation methods are most effective when they are customized to account for species behavior and study area characteristics. Here, we provide an example of customizing a hidden Markov model (HMM) for r...

    Authors: Julie K. Nielsen, David R. Bryan, Kimberly M. Rand, Martin C. Arostegui, Camrin D. Braun, Benjamin Galuardi and Susanne F. McDermott
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:29
  23. Biologgers have contributed greatly to studies of animal movement, behaviours and physiology. Accelerometers, among the various on-board sensors of biologgers, have mainly been used for animal behaviour classi...

    Authors: Hui Yu, Florian T. Muijres, Jan Severin te Lindert, Anders Hedenström and Per Henningsson
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:28
  24. The Japanese eel Anguilla japonica has a single spawning area on the west coast of the Mariana Islands, and the larvae disperse widely via the North Equatorial Current and the Kuroshio Current to freshwater and c...

    Authors: Takaaki K. Abe, Ishmerai Galang, Ayu Daryani, Shingo Minamikawa, Noritaka Mochioka and Hiroshi Hakoyama
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:27
  25. Mobile radio tracking is an important tool in fisheries research and management. Yet, the accuracy of location estimates can be highly variable across studies and within a given dataset. While some methods are...

    Authors: Kurt C. Heim, William R. Ardren and Theodore Castro-Santos
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:26
  26. Double-Crested Cormorants (Phalacrocorax auratus), Walleyes (Sander vitreus), and Lake Trout (Salvelinus namaycush) are migratory predators that undergo extensive movements in Lake Huron. Stocking of juvenile sal...

    Authors: David G. Fielder, Todd A. Hayden, Thomas R. Binder, Brian S. Dorr and Heidi A. Currier
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:25
  27. Animal-borne telemetry instruments (tags) have greatly advanced our understanding of species that are challenging to observe. Recently, non-recoverable instruments attached to cetaceans have increased in use, ...

    Authors: William R. Cioffi, Nicola J. Quick, Zachary T. Swaim, Heather J. Foley, Danielle M. Waples, Daniel L. Webster, Robin W. Baird, Brandon L. Southall, Douglas P. Nowacek and Andrew J. Read
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:23
  28. The seeds of many plant species can be dispersed over long distances in animal fur (epizoochory). Quantifying epizoochory in the wild is, however, challenging, since it is difficult to measure the retention ti...

    Authors: Carsten M. Buchmann, Lukas Dreyling, Mihaela Constantin and Frank M. Schurr
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:22
  29. Many snakes are low-energy predators that use crypsis to ambush their prey. Most of these species feed very infrequently, are sensitive to the presence of larger vertebrates, such as humans, and spend large po...

    Authors: Ryan J. Hanscom, Dominic L. DeSantis, Jessica L. Hill, Tyler Marbach, Jeet Sukumaran, Anna F. Tipton, Morgan L. Thompson, Timothy E. Higham and Rulon W. Clark
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:20
  30. Acoustic telemetry is a commonly used technology to monitor animal occupancy and infer movement in aquatic environments. The information that acoustic telemetry provides is vital for spatial planning and manag...

    Authors: Michael Long, Adrian Jordaan and Theodore Castro-Santos
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:18
  31. 1. Information provided by tracking studies using remote telemetry is providing ecologists with invaluable new insights into animal behaviour and movement strategies. Here we describe a new type of GNSS (Globa...

    Authors: Jethro Gauld, Philip W. Atkinson, João P. Silva, Andreas Senn and Aldina M. A. Franco
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2023 11:17
  32. 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
  33. 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

  34. 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
  35. 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
  36. 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
  37. 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
  38. 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
  39. 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

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