An ISI Web of Science search was used to identify publications, by the search terms ‘acoustic’, ‘ultrasonic’, and ‘sonic’ proceeded by each of the words ‘telemetry’, ‘tracking’ and ‘tag’. In addition, any papers cited within these publications, and not present in the original searches, were included. This produced the following list of 555 studies published up to the date 31st December 2013. Study locations, numbers and species information presented associated table, were obtained directly from the text. Publication list is organized by year published, then alphabetically by first author:
1. J. N. McKibben, D. R. Nelson, Patterns of movement and grouping of gray reef sharks, Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos, at Enewetak, Marshall Islands. Bulletin of Marine Science38, 89-110 (1986).
2. A. P. Klimley, S. B. Butler, Immigration and emigration of a pelagic fish assemblage to seamounts in the Gulf of California related to water mass movements using satellite imagery. Mar. Ecol.-Prog. Ser.49, 11-20 (1988).
3. A. P. Klimley, S. B. Butler, D. R. Nelson, A. T. Stull, Diel movements of scalloped hammerhead sharks, Sphyrna-lewini griffith and smith, to and from a seamount in the Gulf of Galifornia. Journal of Fish Biology33, 751-761 (1988).
4. J. P. Lagardare, J. J. Ducamp, L. Favre, J. M. Dupin, M. Sperandio, A method for the quantitative evaluation of fish movements in salt ponds by acoustic telemetry. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol.141, 221-236 (1990).
5. S. T. Szedlmayer, K. W. Able, Ultrasonic telemetry of age-0 summer flounder, Paralichthys-dentatus, movements in a southern New-Jersey estuary. Copeia, 728-736 (1993).
6. A. Moore, G. D. Pickett, D. R. Eaton, A preliminary-study on the use of acoustic transmitters for tracking juvenile bass (Dicentrarchus-labrax) in an estuary. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom74, 451-454 (1994).
7. B. Sarno, C. W. Glass, G. W. Smith, Differences in diet and behavior of sympatric saithe and pollack in a Scottish sea loch. Journal of Fish Biology45, 1-11 (1994).
8. M.-L. Bégout, J.-P. Lagardére, An acoustic telemetry study of seabream (Sparus aurata L.): first results on activity rhythm, effects of environmental variables and space utilization. Hydrobiologia300-301, 417-423 (1995).
9. A. Moore, E. C. E. Potter, N. J. Milner, S. Bamber, The migratory behavior of wild atlantic salmon (Salmo-salar) smolts in the estuary of the River Conwy, north Wales. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences52, 1923-1935 (1995).
10. G. L. Lacroix, P. McCurdy, Migratory behaviour of post-smolt Atlantic salmon during initial stages of seaward migration. Journal of Fish Biology49, 1086-1101 (1996).
11. M. L. B. Anras, J. P. Lagardere, J. Y. Lafaye, Diel activity rhythm of seabass tracked in a natural environment: Group effects on swimming patterns and amplitudes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences54, 162-168 (1997).
12. I. P. Smith, G. W. Smith, Tidal and diel timing of river entry by adult Atlantic salmon returning to the Aberdeenshire Dee, Scotland. Journal of Fish Biology50, 463-474 (1997).
13. M. W. Aprahamian, G. O. Jones, P. J. Gough, Movement of adult Atlantic salmon in the Usk estuary, Wales. Journal of Fish Biology53, 221-225 (1998).
14. D. Cote et al., A coded acoustic telemetry system for high precision monitoring of fish location and movement: Application to the study of nearshore nursery habitat of juvenile Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua). Marine Technology Society Journal32, 54-62 (1998).
15. A. E. Economakis, P. S. Lobel, Aggregation behavior of the grey reef shark, Carcharhinus amblyrhychos, at Johnston Atoll, Central Pacific Ocean. Environmental Biology of Fishes51, 129-139 (1998).
16. A. Moore, M. Ives, M. Scott, S. Bamber, The migratory behaviour of wild sea trout (Salmo trutta L.) smolts in the estuary of the River Conwy, North Wales. Aquaculture168, 57-68 (1998).
17. A. Moore, S. Ives, T. A. Mead, L. Talks, The migratory behaviour of wild Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) smelts in the River Test and Southampton Water, southern England. Hydrobiologia372, 295-304 (1998).
18. I. C. Russell et al., The migratory behaviour of juvenile and adult salmonids in relation to an estuarine barrage. Hydrobiologia372, 321-333 (1998).
19. F. Voegeli, G. Lacroix, J. Anderson, Development of miniature pingers for tracking Atlantic salmon smolts at sea. Hydrobiologia371-372, 35-46 (1998).
20. M. L. B. Anras, P. M. Cooley, R. A. Bodaly, L. Anras, R. J. P. Fudge, Movement and habitat use by lake whitefish during spawning in a boreal lake: Integrating acoustic telemetry and geographic information systems. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society128, 939-952 (1999).
21. M. L. B. Anras, E. C. Gyselman, J. K. Jorgenson, A. H. Kristofferson, L. Anras, Habitat preferences and residence time for the freshwater to ocean transition stage in Arctic charr. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom79, 153-160 (1999).
22. A. P. Klimley, C. F. Holloway, School fidelity and homing synchronicity of yellowfin tuna, Thunnus albacares. Marine Biology133, 307-317 (1999).
23. R. Harcourt, M. Hindell, D. Bell, J. Waas, Three-dimensional dive profiles of free-ranging Weddell seals. Polar Biology23, 479-487 (2000).
24. R. M. Starr, J. N. Heine, K. A. Johnson, Techniques for tagging and tracking deepwater rockfishes. North American Journal of Fisheries Management20, 597-609 (2000).
25. E. B. Thorstad, F. Økland, D. Rowsell, R. S. McKinley, A system for automatic recording of fish tagged with coded acoustic transmitters. Fisheries Management and Ecology7, 281-294 (2000).
26. M. D. Arendt, J. A. Lucy, D. A. Evans, Diel and seasonal activity patterns of adult tautog, Tautoga onitis, in lower Chesapeake Bay, inferred from ultrasonic telemetry. Environmental Biology of Fishes62, 379-391 (2001).
27. M. D. Arendt, J. A. Lucy, T. A. Munroe, Seasonal occurrence and site-utilization patterns of adult tautog, Tautoga onitis (Labridae), at manmade and natural structures in lower Chesapeake Bay. Fishery Bulletin99, 519-527 (2001).
28. C. J. Bridger, R. K. Booth, R. S. McKinley, D. A. Scuton, R. T. Lindstrom, Monitoring fish behaviour with a remote, combined acoustic/radio biotelemtry system. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 17, 126-129 (2001).
29. M. R. Heupel, R. E. Hueter, in Electronic tagging and tracking in marine fisheries, J. R. Sibert, J. L. Nielsen, Eds. (Kluwer Academic, Dordrecht, Netherlands, 2001).
30. A. P. Klimley et al., Radio-acoustic positioning as a tool for studying site-specific behavior of the white shark and other large marine species. Marine Biology138, 429-446 (2001).
31. I. Ohta, S. Kakuma, K. Kanashiro, in Electronic tagging and tracking in marine fisheries, J. R. Sibert, J. L. Nielsen, Eds. (Kluwer Academic, Dordrecht, Netherlands, 2001).
32. L. A. Comeau, S. E. Campana, M. Castonguay, Automated monitoring of a large-scale cod (Gadus morhua) migration in the open sea. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences59, 1845-1850 (2002).
33. D. Cote, L. M. N. Ollerhead, R. S. Gregory, D. A. Scruton, R. S. McKinley, Activity patterns of juvenile Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) in Buckley Cove, Newfoundland. Hydrobiologia483, 121-127 (2002).
34. M. Dedual, Vertical distribution and movements of brown bullhead (Ameiurus nebulosus Lesueur 1819) in Motuoapa Bay, southern Lake Taupo, New Zealand. Hydrobiologia483, 129-135 (2002).
35. D. A. Fox, J. E. Hightower, F. M. Parauka, in Biology, Management, and Protection of North American Sturgeons, W. VanWinkle, P. J. Anders, D. H. Secor, D. A. Dixon, Eds. (Amer Fisheries Soc, Bethesda, 2002), vol. 28, pp. 111-125.
36. D. Hatin, R. Fortin, F. Caron, Movements and aggregation areas of adult Atlantic sturgeon (Acipenser oxyrinchus) in the St Lawrence River estuary, Quebec, Canada. J. Appl. Ichthyol.18, 586-594 (2002).
37. M. R. Heupel, R. E. Hueter, Importance of prey density in relation to the movement patterns of juvenile blacktip sharks (Carcharhinus limbatus) within a coastal nursery area. Marine and Freshwater Research53, 543-550 (2002).
38. M. R. Heupel, C. A. Simpfendorfer, Estimation of mortality of juvenile blacktip sharks, Carcharhinus limbatus, within a nursery area using telemetry data. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences59, 624-632 (2002).
39. M. A. Hindell, R. Harcourt, J. R. Waas, D. Thompson, Fine-scale three-dimensional spatial use by diving, lactating female Weddell seals Leptonychotes weddellii. Marine Ecology Progress Series242, 275-284 (2002).
40. T. Jorgensen, S. Lokkeborg, A. V. Soldal, Residence of fish in the vicinity of a decommissioned oil platform in the North Sea. Ices Journal of Marine Science59, 288-293 (2002).
41. S. Konigson, A. Fjalling, S. G. Lunneryd, Reactions in individual fish to strobe light. Field and aquarium experiments performed on whitefish (Coregonus lavaretus). Hydrobiologia483, 39-44 (2002).
42. G. Lembo et al., A wireless communication system for determining site fidelity of juvenile dusky groupers Epinephelus marginatus (Lowe, 1834) using coded acoustic transmitters. Hydrobiologia483, 249-257 (2002).
43. S. Lokkeborg, A. Ferno, T. Jorgensen, Effect of position-fixing interval on estimated swimming speed and movement pattern of fish tracked with a stationary positioning system. Hydrobiologia483, 259-264 (2002).
44. H. Mitamura et al., Evidence of homing of black rockfish Sebastes inermis using biotelemetry. Fish. Sci.68, 1189-1196 (2002).
45. R. O'Dor, Telemetered cephalopod energetics: Swimming, soaring, and blimping. Integr. Comp. Biol.42, 1065-1070 (2002).
46. C. A. Simpfendorfer, M. R. Heupel, R. E. Hueter, Estimation of short-term centers of activity from an array of omnidirectional hydrophones and its use in studying animal movements. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences59, 23-32 (2002).
47. R. M. Starr, J. N. Heine, J. M. Felton, G. M. Cailliet, Movements of bocaccio (Sebastes paucispinis) and greenspotted (S-chlorostictus) rockfishes in a Monterey submarine canyon: implications for the design of marine reserves. Fishery Bulletin100, 324-337 (2002).
48. E. M.Watene, J. A. T. Boubee, A. Haro, Downstream movement of mature eels in a hydroelectric reservoir in New Zealand. Pages 295-305 (2002) in D. A. Dixon, editor. Biology, Management, and Protection of Catadromous Eels. Amer Fisheries Soc, Bethesda.
49. D. W. Welch, G. W. Boehlert, B. R. Ward, POST “the Pacific Ocean Salmon Tracking project". Oceanologica Acta25, 243-253 (2002).
50. P. D. Winger, B. R. McCallum, S. J. Walsh, J. A. Brown, Taking the bait: in situ voluntary ingestion of acoustic transmitters by Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua). Hydrobiologia483, 287-292 (2002).
51. L. Zamora, R. Moreno-Amich, Quantifying the activity and movement of perch in a temperate lake by integrating acoustic telemetry and a geographic information system. Hydrobiologia483, 209-218 (2002).
52. D. Cote, L. M. N. Ollerhead, D. A. Scruton, R. S. McKinley, Microhabitat use of juvenile Atlantic cod in a coastal area of Newfoundland determined by 2D telemetry. Mar. Ecol.-Prog. Ser.265, 227-234 (2003).
53. B. W. Hartill, M. A. Morrison, M. D. Smith, E. J. Boub, D. M. Parsons, Diurnal and tidal movements of snapper (Pagrus auratus, Sparidae) in an estuarine environment. Marine and Freshwater Research54, 931-940 (2003).
54. M. R. Heupel, C. A. Simpfendorfer, R. E. Hueter, Running before the storm: blacktip sharks respond to falling barometric pressure associated with Tropical Storm Gabrielle. Journal of Fish Biology63, 1357-1363 (2003).
55. Y. Hiraoka et al., Migration record of Japanese sea bass Lateorabrax japonicus using ultrasonic biotelemetry. Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi69, 910-916 (2003).
56. A. P. Klimley, S. J. Jorgensen, A. Muhlia-Melo, S. C. Beavers, The occurrence of yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) at Espiritu Santo Seamount in the Gulf of California. Fishery Bulletin101, 684-692 (2003).
57. J. Lindholm, P. Auster, Site utilization by Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) in off-shore gravel habitat as determined by acoustic telemetry: Implications for the design of marine protected areas. Marine Technology Society Journal37, 27-34 (2003).
58. C. G. Lowe, D. T. Topping, D. P. Cartamil, Y. P. Papastamatiou, Movement patterns, home range, and habitat utilization of adult kelp bass Paralabrax clathratus in a temperate no-take marine reserve. Mar. Ecol.-Prog. Ser.256, 205-216 (2003).
59. B. A. Miller, S. Sadro, Residence time and seasonal movements of juvenile coho salmon in the ecotone and lower estuary of Winchester Creek, South Slough, Oregon. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society132, 546-559 (2003).
60. D. M. Parsons et al., Snapper Pagrus auratus (Sparidae) home range dynamics: acoustic tagging studies in a marine reserve. Mar. Ecol.-Prog. Ser.262, 253-265 (2003).
61. H. O. Shin, D. J. Lee, H. I. Shin, Behavior of Israeli carp Cyprinus carpio traced by long baseline telemetry techniques during dynamite explosion work. Fish. Sci.69, 27-36 (2003).
62. E. B. Thorstad, F. Okland, B. O. Johnsen, T. F. Naesje, Return migration of adult Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar in relation to water diverted through a power station. Fisheries Management and Ecology10, 13-22 (2003).
63. M. L. Acolas et al., An assessment of the upstream migration and reproductive behaviour of allis shad (Alosa alosa L.) using acoustic tracking. ICES J. Mar. Sci.61, 1291-1304 (2004).
64. D. Cote, S. Moulton, P. C. B. Frampton, D. A. Scruton, R. S. McKinley, Habitat use and early winter movements by juvenile Atlantic cod in a coastal area of Newfoundland. Journal of Fish Biology64, 665-679 (2004).
65. D. P. Egli, R. C. Babcock, Ultrasonic tracking reveals multiple behavioural modes of snapper (Pagrus auratus) in a temperate no-take marine reserve. ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil61, 1137-1143 (2004).
66. M. R. Heupel, C. A. Simpfendorfer, R. E. Hueter, Estimation of shark home ranges using passive monitoring techniques. Environmental Biology of Fishes71, 135-142 (2004).
67. G. L. Lacroix, P. McCurdy, D. Knox, Migration of Atlantic salmon postsmolts in relation to habitat use in a coastal system. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society133, 1455-1471 (2004).
68. D. W. Welch, B. R. Ward, S. D. Batten, Early ocean survival and marine movements of hatchery and wild steelhead trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) determined by an acoustic array: Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography51, 897-909 (2004).
69. J. P. Aitken, R. K. O'Dor, G. D. Jackson, The secret life of the giant Australian cuttlefish Sepia apama (Cephalopoda): Behaviour and energetics in nature revealed through radio acoustic positioning and telemetry (RAPT). J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol.320, 77-91 (2005).
70. B. Bendall, A. Moore, V. Quayle, The post-spawning movements of migratory brown trout Salmo trutta L. Journal of Fish Biology67, 809-822 (2005).
71. D. D. Chapman, E. K. Pikitch, E. Babcock, M. S. Shivji, Marine Reserve Design and Evaluation Using Automated Acoustic Telemetry: A Case-study Involving Coral Reef-associated Sharks in the Mesoamerican Caribbean. Marine Technology Society Journal39, 42-55 (2005).
72. S. J. Cooke et al., Use of CDMA acoustic telemetry to document 3-D positions of fish: Relevance to the design and monitoring of aquatic protected areas. Marine Technology Society Journal39, 31-41 (2005).
73. B. Finstad, F. Økland, E. B. Thorstad, P. A. BjØrn, R. S. McKinley, Migration of hatchery-reared Atlantic salmon and wild anadromous brown trout post-smolts in a Norwegian fjord system. Journal of Fish Biology66, 86-96 (2005).
74. S. Gudjonsson, I. R. Jonsson, T. Antonsson, Migration of Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar, smolt through the estuary area of River Ellidaar in Iceland. Environmental Biology of Fishes 74, 291-296 (2005).
75. M. R. Heupel, C. A. Simpfendorfer, Quantitative analysis of aggregation behavior in juvenile blacktip sharks. Marine Biology147, 1239-1249 (2005).
76. M. R. Heupel, C. A. Simpfendorfer, Using acoustic monitoring to evaluate MPAs for shark nursery areas: the importance of long-term data. Marine Technology Society Journal39, 10-18 (2005).
77. R. Humston, J. S. Ault, M. F. Larkin, J. Luo, Movements and site fidelity of the bonefish Albula vulpes in the northern Florida Keys determined by acoustic telemetry. Marine Ecology Progress Series291, 237-248 (2005).
78. G. D. Jackson, R. K. O'Dor, Y. Andrade, First tests of hybrid acoustic/archival tags on squid and cuttlefish. Marine and Freshwater Research56, 425-430 (2005).
79. G. L. Lacroix, D. Knox, M. J. W. Stokesbury, Survival and behaviour of post-smolt Atlantic salmon in coastal habitat with extreme tides. Journal of Fish Biology66, 485-498 (2005).
80. J. Lindholm, S. Fangman, L. Kaufman, S. Miller, In situ tagging and tracking of coral reef fishes from the Aquarius undersea laboratory. Marine Technology Society Journal39, 68-73 (2005).
81. H. Mitamura et al., Directed movements and diel burrow fidelity patterns of red tilefish Branchiostegus japonicus determined using ultrasonic telemetry. Fish. Sci.71, 491-498 (2005).
82. H. Mitamura et al., Role of olfaction and vision in homing behaviour of black rockfish Sebastes inermis. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol.322, 123-134 (2005).
83. I. Ohta, S. Kakuma, Periodic behavior and residence time of yellowfin and bigeye tuna associated with fish aggregating devices around Okinawa Islands, as identified with automated listening stations. Marine Biology146, 581-594 (2005).
84. P. R. Rigby, Y. Andrade, R. K. O'Dor, Interpreting behavioural data from Radio-Acoustic Positioning Telemetry (RAPT) systems. African Journal of Marine Science27, 395-399 (2005).
85. K. E. Stark, G. D. Jackson, J. M. Lyle, Tracking arrow squid movements with an automated acoustic telemetry system. Marine Ecology Progress Series299, 167-177 (2005).
86. R. M. Starr, V. O'Connell, S. Ralston, L. Breaker, Use of acoustic tags to estimate natural mortality, spillover, and movements of lingcod (Ophiodon elongatzu) in a marine reserve. Marine Technology Society Journal39, 19-30 (2005).
87. M. J. W. Stokesbury, C. Harvey-Clark, J. Gallant, B. A. Block, R. A. Myers, Movement and environmental preferences of Greenland sharks (Somniosus microcephalus) electronically tagged in the St. Lawrence Estuary, Canada. Marine Biology148, 159-165 (2005).
88. S. T. Szedlmayer, R. L. Schroepfer, Long-term residence of red snapper on artificial reefs in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society134, 315-325 (2005).
89. P. Brooking, G. Doucette, S. Tinker, F. G. Whoriskey, Sonic tracking of wild cod, Gadus morhua, in an inshore region of the Bay of Fundy: a contribution to understanding the impact of cod farming for wild cod and endangered salmon populations. ICES J. Mar. Sci.63, 1364-1371 (2006).
90. R. A. Curry, J. Van de Sande, F. G. Whoriskey, Temporal and spatial habitats of anadromous brook charr in the Laval River and its estuary. Environmental Biology of Fishes76, 361-370 (2006).
91. W. J. Golet, D. A. Scopel, A. B. Cooper, W. H. Watson, Daily patterns of locomotion expressed by American lobsters (Homarus americanus) in their natural habitat. J. Crustac. Biol.26, 610-620 (2006).
92. M. R. Heupel, C. A. Simpfendorfer, A. B. Collins, J. P. Tyminski, Residency and movement patterns of bonnethead sharks, Sphyrna tiburo, in a large Florida estuary. Environmental Biology of Fishes76, 47-67 (2006).
93. C. Huveneers, R. G. Harcourt, N. M. Otway, Observation of localised movements and residence times of the wobbegong shark Orectolobus halei at Fish Rock, NSW, Australia. Cybium30, 103-111 (2006).
94. C. Jadot, A. Donnay, M. L. Acolas, Y. Cornet, M. L. B. Anras, Activity patterns, home-range size, and habitat utilization of Sarpa salpa (Teleostei : Sparidae) in the Mediterranean Sea. ICES J. Mar. Sci.63, 128-139 (2006).
95. S. J. Jorgensen et al., Limited movement in blue rockfish Sebastes mystinus: internal structure of home range. Mar. Ecol.-Prog. Ser.327, 157-170 (2006).
96. P. Laffargue, M. L. Begout, F. Lagardere, Testing the potential effects of shellfish farming on swimming activity and spatial distribution of sole (Solea solea) in a mesocosm. ICES J. Mar. Sci.63, 1014-1028 (2006).
97. J. Lindholm, A. Knight, L. Kaufman, S. Miller, Site fidelity and movement of the parrotfishes Scarus coeruleus and Scarus taeniopterus at Conch Reef (northern Florida Keys). Caribb. J. Sci.42, 138-144 (2006).
98. Y. E. Morbey, P. Addison, B. J. Shuter, K. Vascotto, Within-population heterogeneity of habitat use by lake trout Salvelinus namaycush. Journal of Fish Biology69, 1675-1696 (2006).
99. J. E. Olney, R. J. Latour, B. E. Watkins, D. G. Clarke, Migratory behavior of American shad in the York River, Virginia, with implications for estimating in-river exploitation from tag recovery data. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society135, 889-896 (2006).
100. G. T. Pecl, S. R. Tracey, J. M. Semmens, G. D. Jackson, Use of acoustic telemetry for spatial management of southern calamary Sepioteuthis australis, a highly mobile inshore squid species. Marine Ecology Progress Series328, 1-15 (2006).
101. R. L. Schroepfer, S. T. Szedlmayer, Estimates of residence and site fidelity for red snapper Lutjanus campechanhus on artificial reefs in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico. Bulletin of Marine Science78, 93-101 (2006).
102. D. W. Sims et al., Hunt warm, rest cool: bioenergetic strategy underlying diel vertical migration of a benthic shark. Journal of Animal Ecology75, 176-190 (2006).
103. C. Taquet et al., Foraging of the green sea turtle Chelonia mydas on seagrass beds at Mayotte Island (Indian Ocean), determined by acoustic transmitters. Mar. Ecol.-Prog. Ser.