Title

Using stable isotope analysis with telemetry or mark-recapture data to identify fish movement and foraging

Publication Date

2005

Keywords

analysis, animals, ATLANTIC, Atlantic salmon, benthic, Canada, downstream, downstream migration, ecology, electrofishing, feeding, Fish, fish movement, FISHES, foraging, habitat, habitats, HIGH-TEMPERATURE, history, INDIVIDUALS, juvenile, JUVENILE ATLANTIC SALMON, LAKE, LIFE, life history, life history strategy, LIFE-HISTORIES, life-history, mark-recapture, migration, Miramichi River, movement, movements, muscle, New Brunswick, passive integrated transponder, pattern, PATTERNS, PIT, PIT tag, PIT tags, river, salmon, sampling, sculpin, smolt, smolts, STRATEGIES, strategy, SYSTEM, tag, tagging, tags, telemetry, temperature, Tracking, transponder, trapping, Tributaries, Water, wild

Journal or Book Title

Oecologia

Pages

636-646

Volume

144

Issue

4

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