|Document Type:||Journal Article|
|Title:||Effects of surgically implanted transmitters on anguilliform fishes: lessons from lamprey|
|Author:||Mary L. Moser, Darren A. Ogden, Benjamin P. Sandford|
|Journal:||Journal of Fish Biology|
|Keywords:||radiotelemetry, anesthetic, clove oil, MS222|
Passage success of adult Pacific lamprey Lampetra tridentata at a large hydropower dam was negatively correlated with the size of surgically implanted transmitters. This comparatively large field study (>800 fish) found effects that were not detectable in the laboratory.