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Circadian behaviour of Tectus (Trochus) niloticus in the southwest Pacific inferred from accelerometry.

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Type
Published Article
Journal
Movement ecology
Publication Date
Volume
3
Issue
1
Pages
26–26
Identifiers
DOI: 10.1186/s40462-015-0054-5
PMID: 26380713
Source
Medline
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Abstract

The use of accelerometers coupled with light and temperature sensors provided detailed information on topshell behaviour and physiology under natural conditions. These data provide a foundation for identifying potential changes in the fine-scale behaviour of T. niloticus in response to environmental changes, which is essential in animal ecology and stock conservation.

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