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Acoustic Telemetry Review in Telemetry Techniques.
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Douglas Pincock and Sam JohnsonA User Guide for Fisheries Research, SBN: 978-1-934874-26-4. 2012
Estimating detection probabilities for linear acoustic monitoring arrays
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Alistair Hobday, Douglas PincockChapter in book: Advances in Fish Tagging and Marking Technology, Publisher: American Fisheries Society Symposium, Editors: McKenzie J, Parsons B, Seitz A, Kopf RK, Mesa M, Phelps Q, pp.325-346, June 2012
Acoustic Telemetry for Studying Migration Movements of Small Fish in Rivers and the OceanCurrent Capabilities and Future Possibilities
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Pincock, D., D.W. Welch, S. McKinley, G. Jacksonin Wolf, K.S., and ONeal, J.S., eds.,
Pacific Northwest Aquatic Monitoring Partnership Special Publication 2010-002, chap. 6, p. 107-119
Satellite-linked acoustic receivers to observe behavior of fish in remote areas
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Laurent Dagorn, Doug Pincock, Charlotte Girard, Kim Holland, Taquet Marc, Gorka Sancho, David Itano, Riaz AumeeruddyAquatic Living Resources 01/2007
Predicting the Electrical Equivalent of Piezoceramic Transducers for Small Acoustic Transmitters
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D. Church, D. PincockEEE Transactions on Sonics and Ultrasonics 02/1985; 32(1):61- 64. DOI:10.1109/T-SU.1985.31570
Current Trends in Ultrasonic Biotelemetry Systems
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D.G. Pincock and D.W. ChurchProceedings 8th International Symposium on Biotelemetry, 1984
An automated ultrasonic telemetry system for the assessment of locomotor activity in free- ranging rainbow trout, Salmo gairdneri, Richardson
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S.C. Rogers, D.W. Church, A. H. Weatherly and D. G. PincockJ. Fish Biol. (1984) 25,697-710
Proceedings Fourth International Conference on Wildlife BiotelemetryDouglas Pincock (Editor)Halifax, August 1983
Oxygen consumption of active rainbow trout, Salmo gairdneri Richardson, derived from electromyograms obtained by radiotelemetry
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A. H. Weatherley, S. C. Rogers, D. G. Pincock, J. R. PatchJ. Fish Biol. (1982) 20,479-489
Use of telemetry in monitoring intensity and energetics of activity in free-swimming fish with reference to zinc pollutionWeatherley, A. H., Douglas George Pincock, and S. C. Rogers1980Citation not found
ULTRASONIC BIOTELEMETRY-SYSTEMS CONSIDERATIONSDouglas Pincock and David LukeProceedings: Second International Conference on Wildlife Biotelemetry, July 30, 31, August 1, 1979, University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming, USA
A Multisensor Telemetry System for Biotelemetry
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D.G. Pincock, D.M. Luke and F.A. VoegeliProceedings of Ultrasonics International, 1979What was I thinking of when I wrote the title!
Automated Data Collection in Ultrasonic Biotelemetry
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D. PincockIn Amlaner and MacDonald, Handbook on Biotelemetry and Radio Tracking, Pergamon Press, 1979
The Feasibility of Doppler Sonar Fish Counting
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D.G. Pincock and N.W. EastonIEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering, Vol. OE-3, No. 2, April 1978
Difficulties of choosing a frequency for
transmitters in fresh water

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Douglas PincockJ. Acoust. SOc. Am., Vol. 61, No. 4, April 1977
A Multichannel Ultrasonic Biotelemetry System for Physiological Behaviour Studies of Bluefin Tuna
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D.G. Pincock, D.M. Luke and F.A. VoegeliProc. 4th International Symposium on Biotelemetry, June 1978
Review of Underwater Biotelemetry, with Emphasis on Ultrasonic Techniques
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A. B. Stasko, D. G. PincockJournal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada, Vol. 34, No. 9, Sept. 1977Summarizes the state of the art up to the mid 70s
Pressure-Sensing Ultrasonic Transmitter for Tracking Aquatic Animals
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D. McG. Luke, D. G. Pincock, A. B. StaskoJournal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada, Vol. 30, No. 9, Sept. 1973This describes the first successful, depth sensing acoustic telemetry transmitter

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