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V2LCHASES: Consequences of land-use change and human activity on anadromous salmonids and the ecosystem services that they provide
Citation
Davidsen, J.G. et al 2016. CHASES - Consequences of land-use change and human activity on anadromous salmonids and the ecosystem services that they provide

Availability: Creative Commons License This dataset is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

Description
Brown trout may live the entire life in freshwater (resident trout) or occasionally migrate to sea (sea trout). In theory, individuals should migrate to sea if such behavior increases reproductive success. It has been shown, that migratory differences not only rely to resident or migratory individuals. Within a seaward migrating group of trout, large differences in distance migrated away from the river can often be found. Some stay close, while other migrates far away. In this project, we will aim to map physiologically differences between juvenile trout that become residents or migrate to sea and between short and long distance migratory sea trout. Seaward migration is a behavior that can be expected when the gain for the individual fish is higher than the cost. Consequently, one can expect that this behavior will be changed or disappear if sea conditions are so negative for sea trout that it loses reproductive potential by migrating to sea.

Scope
Themes:
Biology, Biology > Acoustics, Biology > Ecology - biodiversity, Biology > Fish, Fisheries > Fish stocks/catches/taggings
Keywords:
Marine/Coastal, Fresh water, Brackish water, Acclimatization, Acoustic data, Acoustic telemetry, Brown trout, Fish migration, Fish movement, Juveniles, Physiological aspects, ANE, Norway, Pisces, Salmo trutta Linnaeus, 1758

Geographical coverage
ANE, Norway [Marine Regions]

Temporal coverage
From 1 April 2016 on [In Progress]

Taxonomic coverage
Pisces [WoRMS]
Salmo trutta Linnaeus, 1758 [WoRMS]

Parameter
Fish detections Methodology
Fish detections: Acoustic telemetry

Contributors
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), moredata creator

Related datasets
Parent dataset:
European Tracking Network (ETN) data, more


Dataset status: In Progress
Data type: Data
Data origin: Research: field survey
Metadatarecord created: 2021-12-07
Information last updated: 2021-12-07
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