Fish-Marking Techniques

Fish-Marking Techniques

by Nick C. Parker



Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780913235591
Publisher: American Fisheries Society
Publication date: 01/01/1990
Series: Symposium Series
Pages: 879

Table of Contents

Fish Marking and the Magnuson Act
Value of Fish Marking in Fisheries Management
Historical Review of the Development of External Tags and Marks
Freeze Branding with CO2: An Effective and Easy-to-Use Field Method to Mark Fish
Cold-Branding Techniques for Estimating Atlantic Salmon Parr Densities
Tattoo-Ink Marking Method for Batch-Identification of Fish
Twelve-Year Overview of Fluorescent Grit Marking of Cutthroat Trout in Bear Lake, Utah-Idaho
Comparison of Morphometric and Meristic Data against Truss Networks for Describing Pacific Herring Stocks
Bias and Variation in Stock Composition Estimates Due to Scale Regeneration
Use of Scale Patterns and Shape as Discriminators between Wild and Hatchery Striped Bass Stocks in California
Stocking Checks on Scales as Marks for Identifying Hatchery Striped Bass in the Hudson River
Evaluation of Snow Crab Tags Retainable through Molting
Effectiveness of the Australian Western Rock Lobster Tag for Marking Juvenile
American Lobsters along the Maine Coast
Development and Field Evaluation of a Mini-Spaghetti Tag for Individual Identification of Small Fishes
Marking and Tagging Intertidal Fishes: Review of Techniques
Effects of Abdominally Implanted Internal Anchor Tags on Largemouth Bass
Abrasion and Protrusion of Internal Anchor Tags in Hudson River Striped Bass
Anchor Tag Return Rates for Pacific Herring in British Columbia
Evaluation of Tagging Techniques for Shortnose Sturgeon and Atlantic Sturgeon
Evaluation of Various External Marking Techniques for Atlantic Salmon
Tagging Demersal Marine Fish in Subzero Temperatures along the Canadian Atlantic Coast
Use of Hydroscopic Molded Nylon Dart Tags and Internal Anchor Tags on Red Drum
Summary of King Mackerel Tagging in the Southeastern USA: Mark-Recapture
Techniques and Factors Influencing Tag Returns
Underwater Tagging and Visual Recapture as a Technique for Studying Movement
Patterns of Rockfish
Internal Extrinsic Identification Systems: Overview of Implanted Wire Tags, Otolith Marks, and Parasites
Otolith Marking
Inducement of Unique Otolith Banding Patterns as a Practical Means to Mass-Mark
Juvenile Pacific Salmon
Mass-Marking of Otoliths of Lake Trout Sac Fry by Temperature Manipulation
Use of the Brain Parasite Myxobolus neurobius in Separating Mixed Stocks of Sockeye Salmon
Washington Department of Fisheries' Mobile Tagging Units: Construction and Operation
Effects of Time and Fish Size on Coded Wire Tag Loss from Chinook and Coho Salmon
Performance of Half-Length Coded Wire Tags in a Pink Salmon Hatchery Marking Program
Retention Rates of Half-Length Coded Wire Tags Implanted in Emergent Pink Salmon
Effects on Survival of Trapping and Coded Wire Tagging Coho Salmon Smolts
Coded Wire Tag Retention by, and Tagging Mortality of, Striped Bass Reared at the Hudson River Hatchery
Magnetic Tag Detection Efficiency for Hudson River Striped Bass
Insertion and Detection of Magnetic Microwire Tags in Atlantic Herring
Head Mold Design for Coded Wire Tagging of Selected Spiny-Rayed Fingerling Fishes
Tag Retention, Survival, and Growth of Red Drum Fingerlings Marked with Coded Wire Tags
Evaluation of Marking Techniques for Juvenile and Adult White Sturgeons Reared in Captivity
Evaluation of Coded Microwire Tags Inserted in Legs of Small Juvenile American Lobsters
Visible Implanted Fish Tag
Feasibility of Using Implantable Passive Integrated Transponder (PIT) Tags in Salmonids
PIT-Tag Monitoring Systems for Hydroelectric Dams and Fish Hatcheries
Equipment, Methods, and an Automated Data-Entry Station for PIT Tagging
Use of PIT Tags to Individually Identify Striped Bass and Red Drum Brood Stocks
Relative Success of Telemetry Studies in Michigan
Effects of Dummy Ultrasonic Transmitters on Juvenile Coho Salmon
Use of Radiotelemetry to Estimate Survival of Saugers Passed through Turbines and Spillbays at Dams
Radio Transmitters Used to Study Salmon in Glacial Rivers
Pulse-Coded Radio Tags for Fish Identification
Use of Ultrasonic Transmitters to Track Demersal Rockfish Movements on Shallow
Rocky Reefs
Use of Staple Sutures to Close Surgical Incisions for Transmitter Implants
Monitoring the Nearshore Movement of Red King Crabs under Sea Ice with Ultrasonic Tags
Evaluation of Pressure-Sensitive Radio Transmitters Used for Monitoring Depth Selection by Trout in Lotic Systems
Genetic Marking of an Alaskan Pink Salmon Population, with an Evaluation of the Mark and the Marking Process
Practical and Theoretical Guidelines for Genetically Marking Fish Populations
Evaluation of Adult Returns of Genetically Marked Chum Salmon, with Suggested Future Applications
Genetic Marking of Fishes: Overview Focusing on Protein Variation
Gametic Disequilibrium Analysis as a Means of Identifying Mixtures of Salmon Populations
Genetic Differentiation of Pacific Herring Based on Enzyme Electrophoresis and Mitochondrial DNA Analysis
Mitochondrial DNA Variability in Brook Trout Populations from Western Maryland
Restriction Endonuclease Analysis of Striped Bass Mitochondrial DNA: The Atlantic Coastal Migratory Stock
Technique for Determining Mitochondrial DNA Markers in Blood Samples from Walleyes
Genetic Marking of Fish by Use of Variability in Chromosomes and Nuclear DNA
DNA Fingerprinting in Fish: A New Generation of Genetic Markers
Genetic Markers Identified by Immunogenetic Methods
Inorganic Chemical Marks Induced in Fish
Variability in Incorporation of Calcein as a Fluorescent Marker in Fish Otoliths
Screening of Elements for the Chemical Marking of Hatchery Salmon
Preliminary Field Verification of Daily Growth Increments in the Lapillar Otoliths of Juvenile Cunners
Distinguishing Populations of Herring by Chemometry of Fatty Acids
Tagging at the FBI, Present and Future
Microchemical Analysis of Fish Hard Parts for Reconstructing Habitat Use: Practice and Promise
Design of Survival Experiments with Marked Animals: A Case Study
Use of Tag-Recovery Information in Migration and Movement Studies
Determining Movement Patterns in Marine Organisms: Comparison of Methods Tested on Penaeid Shrimp
Use of Coded Wire Tag Data to Estimate Aggregate Stock Composition of Salmon Catches in Multiple Mixed-Stock Fisheries
Use of Abdominal Streamer Tags and Maximum-Likelihood Techniques to Estimate Spotted Seatrout Survival and Growth
Jeopardized Estimates of the Contribution of Marked Pacific Salmon to the Sport Fishery of the Strait of Georgia, British Columbia, Due to Awareness Factor Variability
Angler Use of Black Crappie and the Effects of a Reward-Tag Program at Jamesport Community Lake, Missouri
Effects of Monetary Rewards and Jaw-Tag Placement on Angler Reporting Rates for Walleyes and Smallmouth Bass
Comparison of Two Methods for Replicating Coded Wire Tag Studies
Parametric Bootstrap Confidence Intervals for Estimating Contributions to Fisheries from Marked Salmon Populations
Variance Estimation for Stock-Contribution Estimates Based on Sample Recoveries of Coded-Wire-Tagged Fish
Sample-Size Determination for Mark-Recapture Experiments: Hudson River Case Study
Random-Sampling Design to Estimate Hatchery Contributions to Fisheries
Factors that Affect the Recapture of Tagged Sablefish off the West Coast of Canada
Improved Data in a Tagging Program through Quality Assurance and Quality Control
Data Organization and Coding for a Coastwide Mark-Recovery Data System
Sizes, Structures, and Movements of Brook Trout and Atlantic Salmon Populations
Inferred from Schnabel Mark-Recapture Studies in Two Newfoundland Lakes
Fish-Marking Techniques in New Zealand
History of the ICCAT Tagging Program, 1971-1986
Australian Cooperative Game-Fish Tagging Program, 1973-1987: Status and Evaluation of Tags
Striped Bass Restoration along the Atlantic Coast: A Multistate and Federal Cooperative Hatchery and Tagging Program
Regional Overview of Coded Wire Tagging of Anadromous Salmon and Steelhead in Northwest America
Operation of a Large-Scale, Multiagency Program for Genetic Stock Identification
Sixty Years of Tagging Pacific Halibut: A Case Study
History of the Cooperative Game Fish Tagging Program in the Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of
Mexico, and Caribbean Sea, 1954-1987
Marine Fish Tagging in South Africa
The Fisheries Research Institute's High-Seas Salmonid Tagging Program and
Methodology for Scale Pattern Analysis

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