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- Hinch, Scott G., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Fisheries 2017 v.42 no.4 pp. 220-230
- Oncorhynchus nerka; anthropogenic activities; habitats; introgression; spawning; British Columbia
- ... Most Pacific salmon Oncorhynchus spp. migrate to their natal sites to spawn. Some, however, stray into nonnatal habitats and interact (e.g., reproduce) with individuals from other populations. Pacific salmon straying has been heavily studied for several decades, particularly from the perspective of the populations that donate the stray migrants. Conservation consequences are experienced primarily ...
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- BioScience 2017 v.67 no.10 pp. 884-896
- animal behavior; animals; aquatic animals; aquatic ecosystems; computer software; data collection; education; governance; information sources; infrastructure; issues and policy; monitoring; physiology
- ... Electronic tags are significantly improving our understanding of aquatic animal behavior and are emerging as key sources of information for conservation and management practices. Future aquatic integrative biology and ecology studies will increasingly rely on data from electronic tagging. Continued advances in tracking hardware and software are needed to provide the knowledge required by managers ...