Tag Archives: tracking

Wildlife Computers’ Tech Used in Gulf Tarpon Study

From 2018 to 2019, citizen scientists tagged 23 tarpon with Wildlife Computers SPOT tags to examine space use and movement across the northern Gulf of Mexico. Tarpon shows a higher tendency to stay in Alabama and Mississippi compared with Louisiana. The examination of tarpon’s habits and movements indicates that Louisiana, an understudied part of their... Read More

Symposium: Marking, Tagging, and Tracking

Last year, FITS helped plan a very successful, three-day symposium on marking, tagging, and tracking. We are excited to present another symposium on “Marking, Tagging, and Tracking.” Tracking data inform how individual organisms and populations distribute locally, utilize habitat, migrate over larger scales, and evolve over time. Analyzed carefully, these data may indicate changes in... Read More

Symposium: Marking, Tagging, and Tracking of Fish and Wildlife Part I

UPDATE: The symposium will be presented in THREE parts on Monday-Wednesday. See the full schedules here: Part 1: https://afstws2019.org/sessions/marking-tagging-and-tracking-of-fish-and-wildlife-part-i/# Part 2: https://afstws2019.org/sessions/marking-tagging-and-tracking-of-fish-and-wildlife-part-ii/ Part 3: https://afstws2019.org/sessions/marking-tagging-and-tracking-of-fish-and-wildlife-part-iii/ Fish and wildlife tracking data inform how individual organisms and populations distribute locally, utilize habitat, migrate over larger scales, and evolve over time. Technological advances in tracking systems ignite the... Read More