Proceedings from a workshop to identify future research priorities for cod tagging in the Gulf of Maine : 12 February, 2009, Gulf of Maine Research Institute
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Proceedings from a workshop to identify future research priorities for cod tagging in the Gulf of Maine : 12 February, 2009, Gulf of Maine Research Institute

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    "This workshop enabled regional industry and science stakeholders to review a synopsis of cod research findings from the last decade (2000-2009). With tagging and migration studies as the primary focus, the group listened to updates and research summaries from five regional cod tagging projects, each using a variety of tagging technologies (e.g. conventional tags, data storage tags and acoustic tags) and a variety of analytical approaches for interpreting the spatial movement information. These projects ranged dramatically in terms of spatial scale, duration and research objectives and both region-wide intensive conventional tagging initiatives (i.e. the Northeast Regional Cod Tagging Program) and more fine-scale, localized cod behavior research (e.g. UNH's acoustic tagging study) were represented. In addition, two presentations addressed the importance of accurate data interpretation for tagging studies, with a specific focus on reporting rates. Two further presentations addressed specific ecological concepts for cod, including: (1) potential ecotypes in cod, and (2) juvenile cod and association with habitat types and closed areas"--Executive summary.
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    by compiled and edited by: Shelly Tallack. "June 2009." Document available via the NEFSC reference document page: http://www.nefsc.noaa.gov/publications/crd/crd0909. "Print publication date January 2009 -- revised/reissued July 2009; web version posted January 29, 2009 -- revised/reissued July 28, 2009 "--Document's home page. Mode of access: World Wide Web. System requirements: Internet browser; Adobe Acrobat Reader. Includes bibliographical references (pages 49-50).
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