Comparison of behavior characteristics between wild and cultured black seabream Acanthopagrus schlegeli using acoustic telemetry
음향 텔레메트리 기법을 이용한 자연산과 양식산 감성돔의 행동특성 비교

Kyoung-Mi Kang, Hyeon-Ok Shin, Don-Hyug Kang, Min-Seon Kim
2008 Journal of the Korean society of Fisheries Technology  
Acoustic telemetry technique is one of useful tools to get behavioral information of the free-swimming fish. In this study, we conducted acoustic telemetry using coded acoustic transmitters to compare behavior characteristics between wild and cultured black seabream Acanthopagrus schlegeli, one of target species to promote resource in the marine ranching area. Two wild fish and five cultured fish were released in the marine ranching area after tagging surgically. Three of cultured fish were
more » ... tured fish were domesticated using the remote acoustic conditioning system for 3 weeks before being released. Two wild fish stayed at the released point for 2 hours and 9 days, respectively. One of wild fish was found about 10.8km away from the released point after 5 months. Two cultured fish stayed at the released point for 6 days and 75 days, respectively. One of acoustic conditioned fish stayed at the released point for 131 days and then was found about 10.1km away from the released point after 25 days. Others stayed at the released point during this study period(159 days).
doi:10.3796/ksft.2008.44.2.141 fatcat:i2gk6a3ajjfgjbw5ib4roufywe