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Marine and Freshwater Research Marine and Freshwater Research
Volume 56 Number 5 2005
Fish Otolith Research and Applications

Otolith research and application: current directions in innovation and implementation 

Gavin A. Begg, Steven E. Campana, Anthony J. Fowler and Iain M. Suthers

pp. 477-483


Otolith science entering the 21st century 

Steven E. Campana

pp. 485-495


Why otoliths? Insights from inner ear physiology and fisheries biology 

Arthur N. Popper, John Ramcharitar and Steven E. Campana

pp. 497-504


Fluctuating asymmetry in fish otoliths and heterozygosity in stressful estuarine environments (West Africa) 

Jacques Panfili, Jean-Dominique Durand, Khady Diop, Béatrice Gourène and Monique Simier

pp. 505-516


Bomb radiocarbon and lead–radium disequilibria in otoliths of bocaccio rockfish (Sebastes paucispinis): a determination of age and longevity for a difficult-to-age fish 

Allen H. Andrews, Erica J. Burton, Lisa A. Kerr, Gregor M. Cailliet, Kenneth H. Coale, Craig C. Lundstrom and Thomas A. Brown

pp. 517-528


Variation in the periodicity and timing of increment formation in red throat emperor (Lethrinus miniatus) otoliths 

A. J. Williams, C. R. Davies and B. D. Mapstone

pp. 529-538


Short-term decoupling of otolith and somatic growth induced by food level changes in postlarval Baltic sprat, Sprattus sprattus 

Hannes Baumann, Myron A. Peck and Jens-Peter Herrmann

pp. 539-547


Recent growth rate of larval pilchards Sardinops sagax in relation to their stable isotope composition, in an upwelling zone of the East Australian Current 

Shinji Uehara, Augy Syahailatua and Iain M. Suthers

pp. 549-560


Impact of environmental factors on survival of larval and juvenile Cape anchovy Engraulis encrasicolus (G.) in the southern Benguela upwelling region, determined from hatchdate distributions: implications for recruitment 

M. R. Wilhelm, S. J. Painting, J. G. Field, M. Kerstan and M. D. Durholtz

pp. 561-572


Statoliths as 'black boxes' (life recorders) in squid 

Alexander I. Arkhipkin

pp. 573-583


Seasonality in the deep sea and tropics revisited: what can otoliths tell us? 

Beatriz Morales-Nin and Jacques Panfili

pp. 585-598


Age-related trends in otolith chemistry of Merluccius merluccius from the north-eastern Atlantic Ocean and the western Mediterranean Sea 

B. Morales-Nin, S. C. Swan, J. D. M. Gordon, M. Palmer, A. J. Geffen, T. Shimmield and T. Sawyer

pp. 599-607


Consistency of patterns between laboratory experiments and field collected fish in otolith chemistry: an example and applications for salinity reconstructions 

T. S. Elsdon and B. M. Gillanders

pp. 609-617


Tracking continental habitat shifts of eels using otolith Sr/Ca ratios: validation and application to the coastal, estuarine and riverine eels of the Gironde–Garonne–Dordogne watershed 

F. Daverat, J. Tomas, M. Lahaye, M. Palmer and P. Elie

pp. 619-627


Elemental composition of otoliths as a discriminator of life stage and growth habitat of the European eel, Anguilla anguilla 

W. N. Tzeng, K. P. Severin, C. H. Wang and H. Wickström

pp. 629-635


Tracing the life history of individual barramundi using laser ablation MC-ICP-MS Sr-isotopic and Sr/Ba ratios in otoliths 

Malcolm McCulloch, Mike Cappo, James Aumend and Wolfgang Müller

pp. 637-644


Can otolith chemistry be used for identifying essential seagrass habitats for juvenile spotted seatrout, Cynoscion nebulosus, in Chesapeake Bay? 

Emmanis Dorval, Cynthia M. Jones, Robyn Hannigan and Jacques van Montfrans

pp. 645-653


Retrospective determination of natal habitats for an estuarine fish with otolith strontium isotope ratios 

James A. Hobbs, Qing-zhu Yin, Jessica Burton and William A. Bennett

pp. 655-660


Relationship between elemental concentration and age from otoliths of adult snapper (Pagrus auratus, Sparidae): implications for movement and stock structure 

A. J. Fowler, B. M. Gillanders and K. C. Hall

pp. 661-676


Geographic variation and juvenile migration in Atlantic redfish inferred from otolith microchemistry 

Christoph Stransky, C.-Dieter Garbe-Schönberg and Detlef Günther

pp. 677-691


Distinguishing aquaculture and wild yellowtail kingfish via natural elemental signatures in otoliths 

Bronwyn M. Gillanders and Tanya C. Joyce

pp. 693-704


Improved interpretation of labelled fish otoliths: a cost-effective tool in sustainable fisheries management 

T. Niva, P. Keränen, J. Raitaniemi and H. M. Berger

pp. 705-711


Development of a robust classifier of freshwater residence in barramundi (Lates calcarifer) life histories using elemental ratios in scales and boosted regression trees 

Mike Cappo, Glenn De'ath, Steve Boyle, James Aumend, Roland Olbrich, Frank Hoedt, Colton Perna and Gregg Brunskill

pp. 713-723


Testing larval fish dispersal hypotheses using maximum likelihood analysis of otolith chemistry data 

Stuart A. Sandin, James Regetz and Scott L. Hamilton

pp. 725-734


Use of otolith weight in length-mediated estimation of proportions at age 

R. I. C. Chris Francis, Shelton J. Harley, Steven E. Campana and Peer Doering-Arjes

pp. 735-743


Estimating age composition using the Fredholm first-kind equation 

V. S. Troynikov and S. G. Robertson

pp. 745-751


Accuracy and precision in stock separation of north-east Arctic and Norwegian coastal cod by otoliths – comparing readings, image analyses and a genetic method 

Erik Berg, Tuula H. Sarvas, Alf Harbitz, Svein Erik Fevolden and Arnt Børre Salberg

pp. 753-762


Mixing of populations or year class twinning in Norwegian spring spawning herring? 

Å. Husebø, A. Slotte, L. A. W. Clausen and H. Mosegaard

pp. 763-772


Quality issues in the use of otoliths for fish age estimation 

A. K. Morison, J. Burnett, W. J. McCurdy and E. Moksness

pp. 773-782


Quality control of age data at the Alaska Fisheries Science Center 

Daniel K. Kimura and Delsa M. Anderl

pp. 783-789


A new method for robust feature extraction of otolith growth marks using fingerprint recognition methods 

M. Palmer, A. Álvarez, J. Tomás and B. Morales-Nin

pp. 791-794


Otolith shape contour analysis using affine transformation invariant wavelet transforms and curvature scale space representation 

V. Parisi-Baradad, A. Lombarte, E. Garcia-Ladona, J. Cabestany, J. Piera and O. Chic

pp. 795-804


Otolith shape feature extraction oriented to automatic classification with open distributed data 

J. Piera, V. Parisi-Baradad, E. García-Ladona, A. Lombarte, L. Recasens and J. Cabestany

pp. 805-814


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