2 edition of Coded-wire tag loss study found in the catalog.
Coded-wire tag loss study
|Series||Technical report / State of Washington, Department of Fisheries -- no. 65., Technical report (Washington (State). Dept. of Fisheries) -- no. 65.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 27 p. :|
|Number of Pages||27|
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Automated coded‐wire‐tagging methods were recently applied to Brook Trout Salvelinus fontinalis for the first time, but information on tag loss and method efficiency is needed.
We observed tag loss in Brook Trout over d posttagging to determine the degree of tag loss and when tag loss stabilized for the year‐: Allen A. Lane, Matthew S. Kornis, Charles R. Bronte. The team at the Great Lakes Fish Tag and Recovery Laboratory conducted similar study on lake trout from to that measured tag loss for days after tagging.
The lake trout study showed that tag loss stabilized at around days post tagging and about 4 percent of the fish lost their tags. Project Title: Annual Stock Assessment - Coded Wire Tag Program (ODFW) Project Number: held to evaluate tag loss before release.
Is any effort made to inspect tagging quality Blankenship, L. Coded-wire tag loss study. Washington Department of Fisheries, Technical Report No. 65, Olympia, Washington. Assessing Long Term Loss of Coded Wire Tags in Brook Trout. Region 3, Febru n/a. Brook trout coded wire tag loss stabilized at about 30 days post tagging.
- Photo Credit: n/a The lake trout study showed that tag loss stabilized at around days post tagging and about 4 percent of the fish lost their tags.
Preliminary. In this study we investigated the use of coded-wire tags (CWT) and visible implant elastomer (VIE) tags (Northwest Marine Technology, Shaw Island, WA) for stock enhancement purposes with juvenile red snapper Lutjanus campechanus. Red snapper populations in the Gulf of Mexico are subjected to high fishery mortality due to over-exploitation and Cited by: A follow-up study also demonstrated satisfactory mass-marking rates for both tag types.
Coded wire tags and PIT tags should provide harmless, affordable, long-term identification of hatchery. An Evaluation of Coded Wire and Elastomer Tag Performance in Juvenile Common Snook under Field and Laboratory Conditions.
Coded wire tags were selected for this study. The coded wire tag (CWT) was introduced in the greater Pacific region (Alaska, British Columbia, Washington, Idaho, Oregon, and California) in the late s as an alternative to the fin clip and external tag for identification of anadromous salmonids – particularly hatchery origin Size: 8MB.
Coded Wire Tags (CWT) are fish tags. A Coded Wire Tag is a length of magnetized stainless steel wire mm in diameter – about the width of a human hair.
Rows of numbers on each tag identify a group of fish or an individual animal. Coded Wire Tags are produced as a spool of wire that is loaded into an injector.