Otolith research and application: current directions in innovation and implementation

@inproceedings{Begg2005OtolithRA,
  title={Otolith research and application: current directions in innovation and implementation},
  author={Gavin A. Begg and Steven E. CampanaB and Anthony J. FowlerC and Iain M. SuthersD},
  year={2005}
}
  • Gavin A. Begg, Steven E. CampanaB, +1 author Iain M. SuthersD
  • Published 2005
The Third International Symposium on Fish Otolith Research and Application was held in Townsville, Queensland,Australia from 11 to 16 July 2004. The overall theme was ‘Innovation and Implementation’, a collection of which is published here (Volume 56, Issue 5). Although age and growth studies predominated at the Symposium, new areas of quality-control assurance, annual-increment formation in deep-sea and tropical fish, image analysis and two-dimensional feature extraction were demonstrated. New… CONTINUE READING
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