Estimating activity-specific energy expenditure in a teleost fish, using accelerometer loggers

@inproceedings{Wright2014EstimatingAE,
  title={Estimating activity-specific energy expenditure in a teleost fish, using accelerometer loggers},
  author={Serena Wright and Julian D. Metcalfe and Stuart Hetherington and Rory Wilson},
  year={2014}
}
The ability to define and quantify the behaviour and energetic costs of different activities is fundamental to a full understanding of fish ecology and movement, but monitoring activity and measuring energy expenditure in fish in the field is problematic. New telemetry methods using data loggers that incorporate tri-axial accelerometers promise to provide a method for simultaneously recording the behaviour and activity-specific energy use in both the laboratory and field. Using electronic data… CONTINUE READING

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