Related Papers


Armstrong, J.D., Rycroft, P. & Braithwaite, V.A. (1996). "A passive integrated transponder detector array for monitoring movements of Atlantic salmon parr and other fish". Journal of Fish Biology 48, 534-541

Armstrong, J.D., Braithwaite, V.A. & Huntingford, F.A. (1997). "Spatial strategies of wild Atlantic salmon parr: exploration and settlement in unfamiliar areas." Journal of Animal Ecology 66, 203-211

Armstrong, J.D., Braithwaite, V.A. & Fox, M. (1998). "The response of wild Atlantic salmon parr to acute reductions in water flow". Journal of Animal Ecology 67, 292-297

Armstrong, J.D., Einum, S., Fleming, I.A. & Rycroft, P. (2001). "Remote monitoring of the behaviour of individually-identified salmon parr around nests during spawning: a comparison of mature and immature parr." Journal of Fish Biology 59, 1023-1032.

Baras, E., Malbrouck, C., Houbart, M., Kestemont, P., Melard, C., (2000). "The effect of PIT tags on growth and physiology of age-0 cultured Eurasian perch Perca fluviatilis of variable size. Aquaculture 185 159-173

Brannas, E., Lundqvist, H., Prentice, E., Schmitz, M., Brannas, K., Wiklund., B. (1994). "Use of passive integrated transponder (PIT) in a fish identification and monitoring system for fish behavioural studies". American Fisheries Society 123 395-401.

Burns, M.D., Fraser, N.H., Metcalf, N.B., (1997). "An automated system for monitoring fish activity patterns". American Fisheries Society 126 1036-1040

Goldsmith, D., Ives, M.J., Russell, I.C., Riley, W.D. (2008) “ A passive integrated transponder antenna array for assessing habitat use by freshwater fish in relation to artificial fish refuges”. Fisheries Management and Ecology 15, 327–330

Greenberg, L.A., Giller, P.S., (1999). "The potential of flat-bed passive integrated transponder antennae for studying habitat use by stream fishes". Ecology of Freshwater Fish 9 74-80.

Griffiths , S.W., Ojanguren, A.F., Orpwood, J.E., Magurran, A.E., Armstrong, J.D. (2007). “ Familiarity-biased patterns of association shift with time among European minnows”. Journal of Fish Biology 71, 1602–1612

Huntingford, F.A., Aird, D., Joiner, P., Thorpe, K.E., Braithwaite, V.A., Armstrong, J.D. (1999). "How juvenile Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., respond to falling water levels: experiments in an artificial stream". Fisheries Management and Ecology 6 357-364.

Lucas, M.C., Mercer, T., Armstrong, J.D., McGinty, S., Rycroft, P. (1999). "Use of a flat-bed passive integrated transponder antenna array to study the migration and behaviour of lowland river fishes at a fish pass". Fisheries Research 44 183-191

Orpwood, J.E., Griffiths , S.W., Armstrong, J.D. (2006). “ Effects of food availability on temporal activity patterns and growth of Atlantic salmon”. Journal of Animal Ecology 75, 677–685.

Orpwood, J.E., Magurran, A.E., Armstrong, J.D., Griffiths, S.W. (2008). “ Minnows and the selfish herd: effects of predation risk on shoaling behaviour are dependent on habitat complexity”. Animal Behaviour , 76, 143-152.

Riley, W.D., Eagle, M.O. & Ives, S.J. (2002). "The onset of downstream movement of juvenile Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., in a chalk stream." Fisheries Management and Ecology 9, 87-94.

Riley, W.D., Eagle, M.O., Ives, M.J., Rycroft, P. & Wilkson, A. (2003). "A portable passive integrated transponder multi-point decoder system for monitoring habitat use and behaviour of freshwater fish in small streams." Fisheries Management and Ecology 10, 265-268.

Riley, W.D., Ives, M.J., Pawson, M.G., Maxwell, D.L. (2006). "Seasonal variation in habitat use by salmon (Salmo salar L.), trout (Salmo trutta L.) and grayling (Thymallus thymallus L.) in a chalk stream." Fisheries Management and Ecology 13, 221-236.

Riley, W.D., Ives, M.J., Moore , A., Russell, C., Davidson, I.C., Cove, R.J., Ives, M.J. (2007). “ Impact of trapping and tagging on the timing of continued seaward migration of wild Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar, smolts”. Fisheries Management and Ecology 14, 287–290.

Riley, W.D. (2007) “ Seasonal downstream movements of juvenile Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., with evidence of solitary migration of smolts”. Aquaculture 273, 194–199

10/07/08 11:32

go to WMD Homepage