Introduction. Scientific committee, local organising committee, secretariat, sponsors, commercial exhibitors. List of participants. Effects of Human Impacts & Fisheries Management. Movement of radio-tagged anadromous sea lamprey during the spawning migration in the River Mondego (Portugal); P.R. Almeida, et al. Outcomes of a pilot fish telemetry workshop for developing countries; E. Baras, et al. Use of radio telemetry and electrofishing to assess spawning by transplanted Atlantic salmon; B.O. Johnsen, N.A. Hvidsten. Migratory and route seeking behaviour of ascending Atlantic salmon in the regulated River Tuloma; P. Karppinen, et al. Initial mortality of radio-tagged Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) smolts following release downstream of a hydropower station; A. Koed, et al. Reactions in individual fish to strobe light. Field and aquarium experiments performed on whitefish (Coregonus lavaretus); S. Königson, et al. Use of an extensive radio receiver network to document pacific lamprey (Lampetra tridentata) entrance efficiency at fishways in the lower Columbia River, USA; M.L. Moser, et al. The impacht of small physical obstacles on upstream movements of six species of fish: Synthesis of a five years telemetry study in the River Meuse basin; M. Ovidio, J.-C. Philippart. Use of telemetry in the development and application of biological criteria for habitat hydraulic modeling; D.A. Scruton, et al. Use of telemetry and hydraulic modeling to evaluate and improve fish guidance efficiency at a louver and bypass system for downstream migrating Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) smolts and kelts; D.A. Scruton, et al. Migration & Habitat Utilisation. Net ground speed of downstream migrating radio tagged Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) and brown trout(Salmo trutta L.) smolts in relation to environmental factors; K. Aarestrup, et al. Behaviour of tigerfish Hydrocynus brevis in the River Niger, Mali, as revealed by simultaneous telemetry of activity and swimming depth; E. Baras, et al. Winter movements and activity of signal crayfish Pacifastacus leniusculus in an upland river, determined by radio telemetry; D.H. Bubb, et al. Activity patterns of juvenile Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) in Buckley Cove, Newfoundland; D. Cote, et al. Vertical distribution and movements of brown bullhead (Ameiurus nebulosus Lesueur 1819) in Motuoapa Bay, southern Lake Taupo, New Zealand; M. Dedual. Integration of acoustic telemetry and GIS to identify potential spawning areas for lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush); L.S. Flavelle, et al. Swimming patterns and behaviour of upriver migrating adult pink (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha) and sockeye (O. nerka) salmon as assessed by EMG telemetry in the Fraser River, British Columbia, Canada; S.G. Hinch, et al. Diel activity pattern of juvenile, Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) in early and late winter; M.J. Hiscock, et al. The use of winter refuges by roach tagged with miniature radio transmitters; N. Jepsen, S. Berg. Migratory behaviour of adult pikeperch (Stizostedion lucioperca) in a lowland river; A. Koed, et al. Habitat utilization by pike Esox lucius L. during winter floods in a southern English chalk river; J.E.G. Masters, et al. Multi-torsking: Simultaneous measurements of cod behaviour show differences between North Sea and Irish Sea stocks; D. Righton, J. Metcalfe. The dispersal patterns and behaviour of North Sea cod (Gadus morhua) studied using electronic data storage tags; K. Turner, et al. Quantifying the activity
This volume provides a selection of the most significant papers presented at the Fourth Conference on Fish Telemetry in Europe, in Trondheim, Norway, in 2001. Papers are focused on migratory patterns and habitat utilisation, social behaviour, physiological ecology, fisheries management, effects of human impact on fish populations, aquaculture and methodology, and new technology.
This book is aimed at scientists and engineers actively involved in aquatic telemetry projects, aquatic biologists (marine and freshwater), fisheries biologists and managers.