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  1. Despite exhibiting one of the longest migrations in the world, half of the humpback whale migratory cycle has remained unexamined. Until now, no study has provided a continuous description of humpback whale mi...

    Authors: Michelle Modest, Ladd Irvine, Virginia Andrews-Goff, William Gough, David Johnston, Douglas Nowacek, Logan Pallin, Andrew Read, Reny Tyson Moore and Ari Friedlaender
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:42
  2. Welfare challenges in salmon farming highlights the need to improve understanding of the fish’s response to its environment and rearing operations. This can be achieved by monitoring physiological responses su...

    Authors: Eirik Svendsen, Finn Økland, Martin Føre, Lise L. Randeberg, Bengt Finstad, Rolf E. Olsen and Jo A. Alfredsen
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:41
  3. While the period from fledging through first breeding for waterbird species such as terns (e.g., genus Sterna, Sternula) is of great interest to researchers and conservationists, this period remains understudi...

    Authors: Evan J. Buck, Jeffery D. Sullivan, Cody M. Kent, Jennifer M. Mullinax and Diann J. Prosser
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:32
  4. Defining the spatial distribution, home range, and movement patterns of lake sturgeon (Acipenser fulvescens) is important to managers and decision-makers given the large migration potential and potamodromous beha...

    Authors: Jonah L. Withers, Helen Takade-Heumacher, Lori Davis, Rachel Neuenhoff, Shannon E. Albeke and John A. Sweka
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:40
  5. Quantifying metabolic rate in free-living animals is invaluable in understanding the costs of behaviour and movement for individuals and communities. Dynamic body acceleration (DBA) metrics, such as vectoral D...

    Authors: Lloyd W. Hopkins, Nathan R. Geraldi, Edward C. Pope, Mark D. Holton, Miguel Lurgi, Carlos M. Duarte and Rory P. Wilson
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:30
  6. Passive integrated transponder (PIT) tags are commonly used to identify individual fish. However, use of PIT tags in commercial aquaculture research is limited by consumer safety concerns. For farmed fish, it ...

    Authors: Tina Oldham, Georgia Macaulay, Malin Stalheim and Frode Oppedal
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:39
  7. The salmon shark (Lamna ditropis) is a widely distributed apex predator in the North Pacific Ocean. Many salmon sharks from the eastern North Pacific, specifically Prince William Sound, Alaska, have been satellit...

    Authors: Sabrina Garcia, Cindy A. Tribuzio, Andrew C. Seitz, Michael B. Courtney, Julie K. Nielsen, Jim M. Murphy and Dion S. Oxman
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:38
  8. Okanagan River Sockeye Salmon Oncorhynchus nerka (Okanagan Sockeye) are one of two remaining self-sustaining Sockeye Salmon populations in the Columbia River Basin. We used detection histories of smolts implanted...

    Authors: Josh Murauskas, Kim Hyatt, Jeff Fryer, Elliot Koontz, Skyeler Folks, Richard Bussanich and Katy Shelby
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:37
  9. Bio-logging devices equipped with inertial measurement units—particularly accelerometers, magnetometers, and pressure sensors—have revolutionized our ability to study animals as necessary electronics have gott...

    Authors: David E. Cade, William T. Gough, Max F. Czapanskiy, James A. Fahlbusch, Shirel R. Kahane-Rapport, Jacob M. J. Linsky, Ross C. Nichols, William K. Oestreich, Danuta M. Wisniewska, Ari S. Friedlaender and Jeremy A. Goldbogen
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:34
  10. Acoustic telemetry is widely used to investigate aquatic animal movement. Pulse position modulation (PPM) is an acoustic telemetry method that allows multiple unique identification codes to be transmitted at a...

    Authors: Jan Reubens, Kim Aarestrup, Carl Meyer, Andy Moore, Finn Okland and Pedro Afonso
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:33
  11. Many species of sharks, including the dusky shark Carcharhinus obscurus, are often incidentally captured in commercial pelagic and bottom longline fisheries. Incidental capture can lead to at-vessel or post-relea...

    Authors: Andrea M. Kroetz, Simon J. B. Gulak and John K. Carlson
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:36
  12. Semi-aquatic mammals exploit resources both on land and in water and may require both to meet their habitat requirements including food- and building resources, refuges, and for social interactions with conspe...

    Authors: Rasmus Mohr Mortensen, Stefanie Reinhardt, Marina Eraker Hjønnevåg, Rory Paul Wilson and Frank Rosell
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:35
  13. Studies on animal behaviour often involve the quantification of the occurrence and duration of various activities. When direct observations are challenging (e.g., at night, in a burrow, at sea), animal-borne d...

    Authors: Andréa Thiebault, Chloé Huetz, Pierre Pistorius, Thierry Aubin and Isabelle Charrier
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:28
  14. The ability to automatically count animals is important to design appropriate environmental policies and to monitor their populations in relation to biodiversity and maintain balance among species. Out of all ...

    Authors: Chirag Padubidri, Andreas Kamilaris, Savvas Karatsiolis and Jacob Kamminga
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:27
  15. Agriculture is becoming increasingly reliant upon accurate data from sensor arrays, with localization an emerging application in the livestock industry. Ground-based time difference of arrival (TDoA) radio loc...

    Authors: Liang Wang, Foivos Diakogiannis, Scott Mills, Nigel Bajema, Ian Atkinson, Greg J. Bishop-Hurley and Ed Charmley
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:26
  16. Sensors, such as accelerometers, in tracking devices allow for detailed bio-logging to understand animal behaviour, even in remote places where direct observation is difficult. To study breeding in birds remot...

    Authors: Kees H. T. Schreven, Christian Stolz, Jesper Madsen and Bart A. Nolet
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:25
  17. Pacific cod (Gadus macrocephalus) is an ecologically important species that supports a valuable commercial fishery throughout Alaska waters. Although its life history includes seasonal movement for spawning and f...

    Authors: David R. Bryan, Susanne F. McDermott, Julie K. Nielsen, Dave Fraser and Kimberly M. Rand
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:24
  18. Fine-scale data on animal position are increasingly enabling us to understand the details of animal movement ecology and dead-reckoning, a technique integrating motion sensor-derived information on heading and...

    Authors: Richard M. Gunner, Mark D. Holton, Mike D. Scantlebury, O. Louis van Schalkwyk, Holly M. English, Hannah J. Williams, Phil Hopkins, Flavio Quintana, Agustina Gómez-Laich, Luca Börger, James Redcliffe, Ken Yoda, Takashi Yamamoto, Sam Ferreira, Danny Govender, Pauli Viljoen…
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:23
  19. Acoustic telemetry is a widely used tool to study the movement and survival of juvenile fish and often requires a surgical procedure to implant the transmitter, which may impact overall fitness and survival fo...

    Authors: Rebecca R. Robinson, Jeremy Notch, Alex McHuron, Renae Logston, Tom Pham and Arnold J. Ammann
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:22
  20. Recent advances in sensing technologies have enabled us to attach small loggers to animals in their natural habitat. It allows measurement of the animals’ behavior, along with associated environmental and phys...

    Authors: Yiming Tian, Takuya Maekawa, Joseph Korpela, Daichi Amagata, Takahiro Hara, Sakiko Matsumoto and Ken Yoda
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:21
  21. In recent years, large-scale acoustic telemetry observation networks have become established globally to gain a better understanding of the ecology, movements and population dynamics of fish stocks. When study...

    Authors: Nathan D. Stott, Matthew D. Faust, Christopher S. Vandergoot and Jeffrey G. Miner
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:19
  22. The internal environment of eggs in most birds is regulated by transferring heat energy through contact incubation, maintaining nest microclimate, and frequent egg turning by the incubating parent on its nest....

    Authors: Scott A. Shaffer, Pierre Blévin, Christophe Barbraud, Olivier Chastel and Henri Weimerskirch
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:17
  23. Atlantic tarpon (Megalops atlanticus) are a highly migratory species ranging along continental and insular coastlines of the Atlantic Ocean. Due to their importance to regional recreational and sport fisheries, r...

    Authors: Mareike D. Duffing Romero, Jordan K. Matley, Jiangang Luo, Jerald S. Ault, Simon J. Pittman and Richard S. Nemeth
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:16
  24. The movement ecology of mutton snapper Lutjanus analis is poorly understood despite their ecological and economic importance in the Caribbean. Passive acoustic telemetry was used to determine home ranges of six a...

    Authors: Sarah L. Heidmann, Jonathan Jossart, Melissa Kimble and Richard S. Nemeth
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:15
  25. The effect of individual acoustic receiver contributions to animal positioning is a crucial aspect for the correct interpretation of acoustic positional telemetry (APT). Here, we evaluated the contribution of ...

    Authors: Inge van der Knaap, Hans Slabbekoorn, Hendrik V. Winter, Tom Moens and Jan Reubens
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:14
  26. The use of tracking technologies is key for the study of animal movement and pivotal to ecological and conservation research. However, the potential effects of devices attached to animals are sometimes neglect...

    Authors: Teja Curk, Martina Scacco, Kamran Safi, Martin Wikelski, Wolfgang Fiedler, Ryno Kemp and Kerri Wolter
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:11
  27. Three-axis acceleration sensor acoustic transmitters (AccelTag) programmed to identify specific acceleration patterns associated with particular behaviours (e.g., burrowing, attack) were used to study some asp...

    Authors: Tadeu J. Pereira, Pedro R. Almeida, Bernardo R. Quintella, Aage Gronningsaeter, Maria J. Costa, João P. Marques and José L. Costa
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:10
  28. Salmonids return to the river where they were born in a phenomenon known as mother-river migration. The underpinning of migration has been extensively examined, particularly regarding the behavioral correlatio...

    Authors: Susumu Takahashi, Takumi Hombe, Riku Takahashi, Kaoru Ide, Shinichiro Okamoto, Ken Yoda, Takashi Kitagawa and Yuya Makiguchi
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:9
  29. The detection efficiency of ultrasonic transmitters is seasonally variable, requiring long-term studies to evaluate key environmental features that mask, alter speed, bend, or reflect transmissions. The US Sou...

    Authors: Michael H. P. O’Brien and David H. Secor
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:8
  30. Behaviour of potential host fish during chemical treatment against the ectoparasite Gyrodactylus salaris is a vital factor in designing treatment strategies, evaluating risk factors and establishing insights into...

    Authors: Knut Tore Alfredsen, Henning Andre Urke, Torstein Kristensen, Marte Kvakland, Aage Gronningsater, Anders Gjørwad Hagen and Jo Arve Alfredsen
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:7
  31. The experimental effects of surgically implanting fish with acoustic transmitters are likely to have negative effects on survival and behaviour. Measuring the extent of these negative effects is important if w...

    Authors: J. Daniels, E. B. Brunsdon, G. Chaput, H. J. Dixon, H. Labadie and J. W. Carr
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:6
  32. With the increase in telemetry studies over the past decade, improving understanding of how different tagging methods influence the probability of presence in a receiver array is important in maximizing the re...

    Authors: Jessica A. Keller, Danielle Morley, Jennifer L. Herbig, Paul Barbera, Michael W. Feeley and Alejandro Acosta
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:5
  33. The automated collection of phenotypic measurements in livestock is becoming increasingly important to both researchers and farmers. The capacity to non-invasively collect real-time data, provides the opportun...

    Authors: Bobbie E. Lewis Baida, Alyce M. Swinbourne, Jamie Barwick, Stephan T. Leu and William H. E. J. van Wettere
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:4
  34. Fish telemetry using electronic transmitter or data storage tags has become a common method for studying free-swimming fish both in the wild and in aquaculture. However, fish used in telemetry studies must be ...

    Authors: M. Føre, E. Svendsen, F. Økland, A. Gräns, J. A. Alfredsen, B. Finstad, R. D. Hedger and I. Uglem
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:3
  35. The establishment of Burmese pythons (Python bivittatus) in Everglades National Park, Florida, USA, has been connected to a > 90% decline in the mesomammal population in the park and is a major threat to native r...

    Authors: Nicholas M. Whitney, Connor F. White, Brian J. Smith, Michael S. Cherkiss, Frank J. Mazzotti and Kristen M. Hart
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:2
  36. Recent advances in tracking systems have revolutionized our ability to study animal movement in the wild. In aquatic environments, high-resolution acoustic telemetry systems make it technically possible to sim...

    Authors: Eneko Aspillaga, Robert Arlinghaus, Martina Martorell-Barceló, Guillermo Follana-Berná, Arancha Lana, Andrea Campos-Candela and Josep Alós
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2021 9:1
  37. A growing number of studies are using accelerometers to examine activity level patterns in aquatic animals. However, given the amount of data generated from accelerometers, most of these studies use loggers th...

    Authors: Rachel A. Skubel, Kenady Wilson, Yannis P. Papastamatiou, Hannah J. Verkamp, James A. Sulikowski, Daniel Benetti and Neil Hammerschlag
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:34
  38. Understanding movement patterns of a species is vital for optimising conservation and management strategies. This information is often difficult to obtain in the marine realm for species that regularly occur a...

    Authors: Patrick J. Burke, Johann Mourier, Troy F. Gaston and Jane E. Williamson
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:33
  39. Autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) and animal telemetry have become important tools for understanding the relationships between aquatic organisms and their environment, but more information is needed to gui...

    Authors: Osama Ennasr, Christopher Holbrook, Darryl W. Hondorp, Charles C. Krueger, Demetris Coleman, Pratap Solanki, John Thon and Xiaobo Tan
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:32
  40. Advances in biologging technology allow researchers access to previously unobservable behavioral states and movement patterns of marine animals. To relate behaviors with environmental variables, features must ...

    Authors: Jacob M. J. Linsky, Nicole Wilson, David E. Cade, Jeremy A. Goldbogen, David W. Johnston and Ari S. Friedlaender
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:31
  41. The dolphinfish, Coryphaena hippurus, is a fast-swimming, predatory fish exhibiting relatively fast growth and early maturation among marine teleosts. It is an important, potentially renewable resource throughout...

    Authors: Christopher R. Perle, Stephanie Snyder, Wessley Merten, Melinda Simmons, Justina Dacey, Ruben Rodriguez-Sanchez, John O’Sullivan and Sofia Ortega-Garcia
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:30
  42. Biologging studies have revealed a wealth of information about the spatio-temporal movements of a wide range of vertebrates large enough to carry electronic tracking tags. Advances in autonomous underwater veh...

    Authors: L. A. Hawkes, O. Exeter, S. M. Henderson, C. Kerry, A. Kukulya, J. Rudd, S. Whelan, N. Yoder and M. J. Witt
    Citation: Animal Biotelemetry 2020 8:29

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