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Mechanisms of Migration in Fishes

Author: James D McCleave; Geoffrey P Arnold; Julian J Dodson; William H Neill
Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 1984.
Series: NATO conference series., IV,, Marine sciences ;, 14.
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The last major synthesis of our knowledge of fish migration and the underlying transport and guidance phenomena, both physical and biological, was "Fish Migration" published 16 years ago by F.R. Harden Jones (1968). That synthesis was based largely upon what could be gleaned by classical fishery-biology techni.ques, such as tagging and recapture studies, commercial fishing statistics, and netting and trapping  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: James D McCleave; Geoffrey P Arnold; Julian J Dodson; William H Neill
ISBN: 9781461327639 1461327636
OCLC Number: 852788779
Description: 1 online resource (x, 574 pages).
Contents: Migration in the Open Ocean --
A View from the Ocean --
Advection, Diffusion, and Drift Migrations of Larval Fish --
Drift of Larval Fishes in the Ocean: Results and Problems from Previous Studies and a Proposed Field Experiment --
Behavioral Enviroregulation's Role in Fish Migration --
Could Fish Use Inertial Clues When on Migration? --
Directional Information from Surface Swell: Some Possibilities --
Influence of Stock Origin on Salmon Migratory Behavior --
An Experimental Approach to Fish Compass and Map Orientation --
Magnetic Sensitivity and Its Possible Physical Basis in the Yellowfin Tuna, Thunnus albacares --
Artificial Maturation as a Technique for Investigating Adaptations for Migration in the European Eel, Anguilla anguilla (L.) --
Migration in Coastal and Estuarine Waters --
Fish Migrations in Coastal and Estuarine Environments: A Call for New Approaches to the Study of an Old Problem --
The Orientation of Fish and the Vertical Stratification at Fine- and Micro-Structure Scales --
Large-Scale Interannual Fluctuations in Ocean Parameters and their Influence on Fish Populations --
Patterns, Mechanisms and Approaches to the Study of Migrations of Estuarine-Dependent Fish Larvae and Juveniles --
Fish Migration by Selective Tidal Stream Transport: First Results with a Computer Simulation Model for the European Continental Shelf --
A Model of Olfactory-Mediated Conditioning of Directional Bias in Fish Migrating in Reversing Tidal Currents Based on the Homing Migration of American Shad (Alosa sapidissima) --
Does the Route of Seaward Migration of Fraser River Sockeye Salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) Smolts Determine the Route of Return Migration of the Adults? --
Migration in Coral Reef Fishes: Ecological Significance and Orientation Mechanisms --
Migration of the 'Northern' Atlantic Cod and the Mechanisms Involved --
Migration In Rivers --
Mechanisms of Fish Migration in Rivers --
Homing and Straying in Pacific Salmon --
Morpholine, Bile Acids and Skin Mucus as Possible Chemical Cues in Salmonid Homing: Electrophysiological Re-evaluation --
Establishing the Physiological and Behavioral Determinants of Chemosensory Orientation --
Downstream Movements of Juvenile Salmonids: A Forward Speculative View --
Special Topics --
Migration and Learning in Fishes --
Methodological Aspects of Migration and Orientation in Fishes --
An Introduction to Modeling Migratory Behavior of Fishes --
Measuring Physical-Oceanographic Features Relevant to the Migration of Fishes --
Bioenergetic Considerations in Fish Migration --
Migration and Navigation in Birds: A Present-State Survey with some Digressions to Related Fish Behaviour --
Future Directions --
Fish Migration Studies: Future Directions --
Geographic and Hydrographie Index --
Taxonomic Index.
Series Title: NATO conference series., IV,, Marine sciences ;, 14.
Responsibility: edited by James D. McCleave, Geoffrey P. Arnold, Julian J. Dodson, William H. Neill.

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