Advancing the surgical implantation of electronic tags in fish: a gap analysis and research agenda based on a review of trends in intracoelomic tagging effects studies

@article{Cooke2010AdvancingTS,
  title={Advancing the surgical implantation of electronic tags in fish: a gap analysis and research agenda based on a review of trends in intracoelomic tagging effects studies},
  author={Steven J Cooke and Christa M. Woodley and M. Brad Eppard and Richard S. Brown and Jennifer L. Nielsen},
  journal={Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries},
  year={2010},
  volume={21},
  pages={127-151}
}
Early approaches to surgical implantation of electronic tags in fish were often through trial and error, however, in recent years there has been an interest in using scientific research to identify techniques and procedures that improve the outcome of surgical procedures and determine the effects of tagging on individuals. Here we summarize the trends in 108 peer-reviewed electronic tagging effect studies focused on intracoleomic implantation to determine opportunities for future research. To… CONTINUE READING
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