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  • Archive for September, 2008

    Tagging programme started!

    Friday, September 19th, 2008

    I’m a bit late with this post…the first tags of the eeliad project were deployed a week or so ago, on the east coast of Sweden.  The tags were the buoyant type that, if the eels are not caught, will float to the surface of the ocean and, in some proportion, get picked up by beachcombers.

    Well done to the team in Sweden…now we have to wait for the tags to start coming back through the fishery or by recovery from beaches.  It’s an exciting time.

    Blogging about biologging

    Friday, September 19th, 2008

    I attended a conference in Monterey, California a couple of weeks ago on the subject of ‘biologging’- that is to say the science of attaching archival electronic tags to animals. It was an amazing conference- the location, the quality of the talks, the amazing exploits of all sorts of animals…I really enjoyed it and was inspired by it. 

    The next Biologging conference is in three years time, and eeliad will, I hope, feature large.  There were certainly a lot of interest in the project when I mentioned it in my talk, and some of the tools that I saw being used to analyse the data from other biologging projects will be really helpful.