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A Review: Marine Bio-logging of Animal Behaviour and Ocean Environments

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Title
A Review: Marine Bio-logging of Animal Behaviour and Ocean Environments
Other Titles
해양 바이오로깅을 활용한 동물 행동 및 해양 관측 연구 사례 리뷰
Authors
Chung, Hyunjae
Lee, Jongchan
Lee, Won Young
Subject
Marine & Freshwater BiologyOceanography
Keywords
Animal telemetryBio-loggingMarine animalMarine ecosystemTagging
Issue Date
2021-04
Citation
Chung, Hyunjae, Lee, Jongchan, Lee, Won Young. 2021-04. "A Review: Marine Bio-logging of Animal Behaviour and Ocean Environments". OCEAN SCIENCE JOURNAL, 56(1): 117-131.
Abstract
Recent technologies have allowed researchers to observe animal behaviour and monitor their surrounding environments by deploying electronic sensors onto the animals. So-called ‘bio-logging’ (also known as animal telemetry, biotelemetry, or animal-borne sensors) has been widely used to study marine animals that are difficult for humans to observe. In this study, we 1) review the types of sensors used, the animal taxa studied, and the study areas in marine bio-logging publications from 1974 to 2019; 2) introduce the main topics in behavioural and environmental marine bio-logging studies; and 3) discuss suggestions for future marine bio-logging studies. We expect that technological advances in new sensors will enhance the ability of both behavioural ecologists and oceanographers to explore animal movements, physiology and marine environments. In addition, we discuss future perspectives of bio-loggers to improve data acquisition and accuracy with longer battery life for applying bio-logging techniques to broader species.
URI
https://repository.kopri.re.kr/handle/201206/12829
DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12601-021-00015-1
Type
Article
Indexed
SCIE
Appears in Collections  
2019-2020, Application of biologging on coastal marine animals: a pilot study (19-20) / Lee, Won Young (PN19130)
2020-2020, A basic study for behavioral ecology on phocid seals in polar ocean (20-20) / Lee, Won Young (PE20110)
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