Use of otolith chemistry and acoustic telemetry to elucidate migratory contingents in barramundi Lates calcarifer
DA Crook, DJ Buckle, Q Allsop, W Baldwin, TM Saunders, PM Kyne, JD Woodhead, Roland Maas, Brien Roberts, MM Douglas
Marine and Freshwater Research | CSIRO PUBLISHING | Published : 2017
Awarded by Australian Research Council Linkage
The authors thank the Traditional Owners of Kakadu National Park for allowing the research that was undertaken on their land. Anne O'Dea (Parks Australia) coordinated Indigenous consultation within Kakadu National Park and provided assistance with logistics and field activities. Staff of the Northern Territory Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries and the many anglers who contributed barramundi frames are thanked for assistance with the collection of otoliths. William Alderson assisted with fish collection and tagging. Grant Johnson, Katherine Lacksen, Matthew Danvers, Allen Fitzsimmons, Russell Bradford, Richard Pillans, Roy Tipiloura, William Alderson, Anne O'Dea, Steve Winderlich and Khan Spokes all assisted with the set-up, maintenance and downloading of the acoustic telemetry array. Funding for this research was provided by the Australian Government's National Environmental Research Program (Northern Australia Hub and Marine Biodiversity Hub) and Australian Research Council Linkage Grant LP150100388.