Comparison of light-and SST-based geolocation with satellite telemetry in free-ranging albatrosses

@inproceedings{Shaffer2005ComparisonOL,
  title={Comparison of light-and SST-based geolocation with satellite telemetry in free-ranging albatrosses},
  author={Scott A Shaffer and Yann Tremblay and Jill A. Awkerman and R. William Henry and Steven L. H. Teo and David J. Anderson and Donald A. Croll and Barbara A Block and Daniel P Costa},
  year={2005}
}
Light-based archival tags are increasingly being used on free-ranging marine vertebrates to study their movements using geolocation estimates. These methods use algorithms that incorporate threshold light techniques to determine longitude and latitude. More recently, researchers have begun using sea surface temperature (SST) to determine latitude in temperate regions. The accuracy and application of these algorithms have not been validated on free-ranging birds. Errors in both geolocation… CONTINUE READING
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