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Love Thy Neighbour: Automatic Animal Behavioural Classification of Acceleration Data Using the K-Nearest Neighbour Algorithm
Researchers hoping to elucidate the behaviour of species that aren’t readily observed are able to do so using biotelemetry methods. Accelerometers in particular are proving particularly effective andExpand
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Integrating research using animal‐borne telemetry with the needs of conservation management
Animal-borne telemetry has revolutionized our ability to study animal movement, species physiology, demography and social structures, changing environments and the threats that animals areExpand
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Increased metabolic cost of swimming and consequent alterations to circadian activity in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) exposed to dietary copper
This study tests the hypothesis that rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) compensate for the metabolic cost of dietary Cu exposure by reducing swimming activity at particular times during the dielExpand
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Hibernation in an Antarctic Fish: On Ice for Winter
Active metabolic suppression in anticipation of winter conditions has been demonstrated in species of mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians, but not fish. This is because the reduction in metabolicExpand
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Copper uptake kinetics across the gills of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) measured using an improved isolated perfused head technique
Abstract Measurements of branchial Cu uptake in vivo are complicated by rapid changes in the Cu stores of other body compartments such as the blood and liver. This study eliminates these problems byExpand
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Home Range Utilisation and Long-Range Movement of Estuarine Crocodiles during the Breeding and Nesting Season
The estuarine crocodile (Crocodylus porosus) is the apex-predator in waterways and coastlines throughout south-east Asia and Australasia. C. porosus pose a potential risk to humans, and managementExpand
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A Web-based semantic tagging and activity recognition system for species' accelerometry data
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We present a Semantic Annotation and Activity Recognition (SAAR) system which supports storing, visualizing, annotating and automatic recognition of tri-axial accelerometer data streams by integrating semantic annotation and visualization services with Support Vector Machine (SVM) techniques. Expand
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Recording long-term heart rate in Paranotothenia angustata using an electronic datalogger
A unique heart beat datalogging device was either surgically implanted into the peritoneal cavity (internal-fish) or attached by nylon anchor tags to the dorsal fin rays (external-fish) of the blackExpand
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Cardiorespiratory responses in an Antarctic fish suggest limited capacity for thermal acclimation
ABSTRACT Polar fishes are at high risk from increasing seawater temperatures. Characterising the physiological responses to such changes may both clarify mechanisms that permit life under extremeExpand
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Remote monitoring of crocodilians: implantation, attachment and release methods for transmitters and data-loggers
Crocodilians are by their very nature difficult animals to study. However, research on wild animals is essential for the development of reliable long-term management. Here, we describe methods forExpand
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