Considering the fate of electronic tags: interactions with stakeholders and user responsibility when encountering tagged aquatic animals

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  title={Considering the fate of electronic tags: interactions with stakeholders and user responsibility when encountering tagged aquatic animals},
  author={Neil Hammerschlag and Steven J Cooke and Austin J Gallagher and Brendan J. Godley},
  year={2014}
}
Considering the fate of electronic tags: interactionswith stakeholders and user responsibility when encountering tagged aquatic animals Neil Hammerschlag*, Steven J. Cooke, Austin J. Gallagher andBrendan J. Godley Rosenstiel School ofMarine andAtmospheric Science, University ofMiami, Miami, FL 33149, USA; Leonard and Jayne AbessCenter for EcosystemScience andPolicy, University ofMiami, Coral Gables, FL, POBox 248203 33124, USA; RJ DunlapMarineConservation Program, University ofMiami, Miami, FL… CONTINUE READING
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