Advances in fish tagging and marking technology

Jeremy McKenzie (Editor), Bradford Parsons (Editor), Andrew Seitz (Editor), Richard Kopf (Editor), Matthew Mesa (Editor), Quinton Phelps (Editor)

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    Abstract

    Fish marking and tracking is a fundamental tool for fisheries management and research. In recent years the technologies and analytical procedures available for marking and monitoring fisheries have evolved. The 31 chapters in this volume include papers on integrated approaches, conventional tagging, acoustic tags and arrays, radio telemetry, chemical and biological markers, and archival and pop-up satellite tags.This book will be appreciated by both fisheries scientists and managers for its coverage of many of the important advances in fish tagging technologies of the last two decades, the methods used to analyze data generated by these technologies, and the underlying management needs and objectives that only fish-marking and tagging can fulfill.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationBethesda Maryland
    PublisherAmerican Fisheries Society
    Number of pages560
    Edition1st
    ISBN (Print)9781934874271
    Publication statusPublished - 2012

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