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19.06.2009 08:48 Age: 9 yrs
Category: AATAMS

Journal of marine and freshwater research

A special Issue: Tagging for Telemetry of Freshwater Fauna, is also available via the journal Marine & Freshwater research Volume 60(4) 2009.


Contents include:

Preface. Tagging for telemetry of freshwater fauna
B. C. Ebner


Remote monitoring of crocodilians: implantation, attachment and release methods for transmitters and data-loggers
Craig E. Franklin, Mark A. Read, Peter G. Kraft, Niko Liebsch, Steve R. Irwin and Hamish A. Campbell


Telemetry tagging methods for some freshwater reptiles
J. Sean Doody, John Roe, Phillip Mayes and Lesley Ishiyama


Use of satellite telemetry on small-bodied waterfowl in Australia
David A. Roshier and Martin W. Asmus


Ontogenetic depth partitioning by juvenile freshwater sawfish (Pristis microdon: Pristidae) in a riverine environment
Jeff M. Whitty, David L. Morgan, Stirling C. Peverell, Dean C. Thorburn and Stephen J. Beatty


Using radio telemetry to evaluate the depths inhabited by Murray cod (Maccullochella peelii peelii)
John D. Koehn


A review of radio and acoustic telemetry studies of freshwater fish in New Zealand
Don Jellyman


Acoustic and radio-transmitter retention in common carp (Cyprinus carpio) in New Zealand
Adam J. Daniel, Brendan J. Hicks, Nicholas Ling and Bruno O. David


Retention of radio tags in golden perch (Macquaria ambigua), silver perch (Bidyanus bidyanus) and carp (Cyprinus carpio)
J. P. O'Connor, J. D. Koehn, S. J. Nicol, D. J. O'Mahony and J. A. McKenzie


Effects of radio-tagging on two-year-old, endangered Macquarie perch (Macquaria australasica: Percichthyidae)
Ben T. Broadhurst, Brendan C. Ebner and Rhian C. Clear


Radio-tagging and tracking of translocated trout cod (Maccullochella macquariensis: Percichthyidae) in an upland river
B. C. Ebner, L. Johnston and M. Lintermans


Radio-tagging flexible-bodied fish: temporary confinement enhances radio-tag retention
Ben T. Broadhurst, Brendan C. Ebner and Rhian C. Clear


Retention of intra-peritoneal transmitters and post-operative recovery of four Australian native fish species
Gavin L. Butler, Brad Mackay, Stuart J. Rowland and Bruce C. Pease


A cautionary tale: surrogates for radio-tagging practice do not always simulate the responses of closely related species
Brendan C. Ebner, Mark Lintermans, Mark Jekabsons, Mark Dunford and William Andrews