Telemetry on the Atlantic Coast: Tagging Locally and Observing Globally, Part 2

Thursday, August 21, 2014: 8:20 AM-12:10 PM
204A (Centre des congrès de Québec // Québec City Convention Centre)
8:20 AM
Seasonal Movements and Environmental Preferences of Juvenile Coastal Sharks Overwintering Off of Cape Hatteras
Charles Bangley, East Carolina University; Roger A. Rulifson, East Carolina University

8:40 AM
Broad and Fine-Scale Movements of White Sharks in the Western North Atlantic Derived from Multiple Technologies
Gregory Skomal, MA Marine Fisheries; John Chisholm, MA Marine Fisheries

9:00 AM
Movement Patterns and Stock Composition of Adult Striped Bass Tagged in Massachusetts Coastal Waters
William Hoffman, Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries; Jeff Kneebone, Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries; Micah Dean, Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries; Michael P. Armstrong, Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries

9:40 AM
Local and Long Distance Migrations of Maine Atlantic Salmon Smolts: Penobscot Bay to the Scotian Shelf and Beyond
John F. Kocik, NOAA's National Marine Fisheries Service; James P. Hawkes, NOAA's National Marine Fisheries Service; Daniel S. Stich, University of Maine; Joseph D. Zydlewski, U.S. Geological Survey: Maine Cooperative Fisheries and Wildlife Research Unit; Mathieu Dever, Dalhousie University; Carrie Byron, University of New England

10:00 AM
Thursday Morning Break

10:30 AM
Every Receiver Counts: Lessons from a Rapidly-Developing Telemetry Community in the Great Lakes
Christopher Holbrook, U.S. Geological Survey; Thomas Binder, Michigan State University; Charles C. Krueger, Michigan State University

10:50 AM
Scaling up the Impact of Local Animal Telemetry Studies Using Movebank
Sarah Davidson, The Ohio State University; Gil Bohrer, The Ohio State University; Rolf Weinzierl, Max Planck Institute for Ornithology; Roland Kays, North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences; Martin Wikelski, Max Planck Institute for Ornithology

11:30 AM

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