Advances in Invertebrates and Fish Telemetry

Proceedings of the Second Conference on Fish Telemetry in Europe, held in La Rochelle, France, 5–9 April 1997

  • Jean-Paul Lagardère
  • Marie-Laure Bégout Anras
  • Guy Claireaux
Conference proceedings

Part of the Developments in Hydrobiology book series (DIHY, volume 130)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Methodology and New Developments

  3. Tagging Procedures

  4. Behavioural and Physiological Ecology

    1. Katrine Skajaa, Anders Fernö, Svein Løkkeborg, Eli K. Haugland
      Pages 143-153
    2. M. A. Collins, I. G. Priede, S. Addison, A. Smith, P. M. Bagley
      Pages 181-186
    3. Henrik Schurmann, Guy Claireaux, Hervé Chartois
      Pages 207-213
    4. Christel Lefrançois, Guy Claireaux, Jean-Paul Lagardère
      Pages 215-224
    5. W. G. Anderson, R. Booth, T. A. Beddow, R. S. McKinley, B. Finstad, F. Økland et al.
      Pages 233-240
  5. Fish Migration and Stock Management

    1. M. Ovidio, E. Baras, D. Goffaux, C. Birtles, J. C. Philippart
      Pages 263-274
    2. I. C. Russell, A. Moore, S. Ives, L. T. Kell, M. J. Ives, R. O. Stonehewer
      Pages 321-333

About these proceedings


This volume provides a selection of the most significant papers presented at the Second Conference on Fish Telemetry in Europe in La Rochelle, France, in April 1997. The conference was attended by 100 scientists from 18 countries. The contributions are grouped under the following headings:
  • Methodology and New Developments,
  • Tagging Procedures,
  • Behavioural and Physiological Ecology,
  • Fish Migration,
  • Stock Management and Conservation.
Particular emphasis was put on tag miniaturisation, multiple functions and sampling strategies.
Papers concerned the effects of tags on fish for consolidating behavioural or original physiological investigations noticeably more open to the marine environment. Methods were essentially applied to study the relationships between fish and their natural environment.
Besides providing up-to-date information on the state of fish telemetry, the book illustrates the increase in spatial and temporal scales and the number of tracked fish which gives a statistical basis for field study in behavioural ecology.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Jean-Paul Lagardère
    • 1
  • Marie-Laure Bégout Anras
    • 1
  • Guy Claireaux
    • 1
  1. 1.CREMA L’HoumeauFrance

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