Technological innovation in archival tags used in seabird research

@inproceedings{Wilson2012TechnologicalII,
  title={Technological innovation in archival tags used in seabird research},
  author={Rory P. Wilson and Sylvie P. Vandenabeele},
  year={2012}
}
The first archival tags were used on seabirds in the 1960s. Since that time, when recording systems were primitive, various technological advances, culminating in solid state devices, have provided the seabird research community with extraordinarily sophisticated and powerful tags. This work documents the progress and development of archival tags used on seabirds. Major advances and the insights that these have provided into seabird behavioural eco logy are highlighted, followed by an… CONTINUE READING

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