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Papers and References

We are always interested in new papers and references for this list. Please email me with your paper and I'll be happy to include it here.

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References

Surgical Methods:
Adams, N. S., D. W. Rondorf, S. D. Evans, and J. E. Kelly. 1998. Effects of surgically and gastrically implated radio transmitters on growth and feeding behavior of juvenile chinook salmon. Transaction of the American Fisheries Society 127:128-136.

Radio Tags:
Beeman, J. W., P. V. Haner, and A. G. Maule, 1998. Evaluation of a new miniature pressure-sensitive radio transmitter. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 18:458-464.

Beeman, J. W., C. Grant, and P. V. Haner. 2004. Comparison of three underwater antennas for use in radiotelemetry. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 24:275-281.

PIT Tags:
Camper, J. D., and J. R. Dixon. 1988. Evaluation of a microchip marking system for amphibians and reptiles. Texas Parks and Wildlife Dept., Res Publ.

Studies Involving Snakes:
Reinert, H. K., and D. Cundall. 1982. An improved surgical implantation method for radio-tracking snakes. Copeia 1982:702-705.

Reinert, H. K. 1992. Radiotelemetric field studies of pitvipers: data acquisition and analysis. Pp. 185-197. In J. A. Campbell and E. D. Brodie, Jr. (eds.), Biology of the Pitvipers, Selva, Tyler, Texas.

Studies Involving Fish:
Hedgepeth, J., D. Fuhrman and W. Acker. 1999. Fish behavior measured by a tracking radar-type acoustic transducer near hydroelectric dams. Pages 155-171 in M. Odeh, editor. Innovations in Fish Passage Technology. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda MD.

Other references can be found here: http://www.biosonicsinc.com/doc_library.shtml

Studies Involving Wildlife:
Guetterman, J. H., J. A. Burns, J. A. Reid, R. B. Horn, and C. C. Foster. 1991. Radiotelemetry methods for studying spotted owls in the Pacific Northwest. USDA For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-772.

de Solla SR, Bonduriansky, R, and Brooks RJ. 1999. Eliminating autocorrelation reduces biological relevance of home range estimates. Journal of Animal Ecology. 68:221-234.

Telemetry and GIS:
Carey, A. B., S. P. Horton, and B. L. Biswell. 1992. Northern spotted owls: influence of prey base and landscape character. Ecological Monographs 62:223-250.

Carey, A. B., and K. C. Peeler. 1995. Spotted owls: resource and space use in mosaic landscapes. Journal of Raptor Research 29:223-239

 
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