Introduction: tagging, telemetry, and Marking Compendium Project: Chapter 1
Goal and Objectives of the Compendium
The goal of this compendium is to integrate profiles of on-going, individual, disparate efforts implementing the science of tagging, telemetry, and marking (TTM) into a compilation of experience to inform the development of fish population monitoring. This is accomplished by meeting the following objectives:
• Provide the region with information and peer reviewed analyses to facilitate optimization of the use of TTM technology and designs in a comparable and consistent manner.
• Provide findings that are organized, peer reviewed, and communicated widely.
• Increase the opportunity for data collection to provide more reliable information and result in improved analyses and higher confidence in data analyses for making informed and more relevant decisions.
Additional publication details
|Publication Subtype||Organization Series|
|Title||Introduction: tagging, telemetry, and Marking Compendium Project: Chapter 1|
|Series title||PNAMP Report Series|
|Publisher||Pacific Northwest Aquatic Monitoring Partnership|
|Publisher location||Seattle, WA|
|Contributing office(s)||Western Fisheries Research Center|
|Description||viii, 194 p.|
|Larger Work Title||Tagging, telemetry, and marking measures for monitoring fish populations: a compendium of new and recent science for use in informing technique and decision modalities|
|Online Only (Y/N)||N|
|Additional Online Files (Y/N)||N|