Characterizing activity and assessing bycatch survival of Pacific halibut with accelerometer Pop-up Satellite Archival Tags View Full Text


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2018-12

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Julie K. Nielsen, Craig S. Rose, Timothy Loher, Paige Drobny, Andrew C. Seitz, Michael B. Courtney, John Gauvin

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Pacific halibut support high-value commercial and sport fisheries in the north Pacific Ocean, making survival of Pacific halibut bycatch in trawl fisheries an important management concern. We present a method for characterizing activity and inferring survival of Pacific halibut based on accelerometer data from Pop-up Satellite Archival Tags (PSATs). A PSAT attached to a fish with a dart and tether floats freely above the fish in a vertical orientation when the fish is stationary, but switches to a more horizontal orientation when towed behind an active fish. We hypothesized that characteristic changes in PSAT orientation associated with activity could be detected by accelerometers and summarized for transmission by PSATs to provide valuable information on fish activity. We developed procedures for inferring survival of Pacific halibut with accelerometer PSATs based on a progression of analysis steps that linked PSAT orientation, PSAT acceleration data, and Pacific halibut activity patterns. Relationships between PSAT orientation and Pacific halibut activity were confirmed by observations of PSAT orientation on Pacific halibut swimming in the laboratory and comparisons with depth data from tags on free-ranging Pacific halibut. We developed two metrics summarizing 1 Hz acceleration data for transmission to the Argos satellite network. The “knockdown” metric records abrupt changes in vertical acceleration, indicating both initiation of swimming bouts and sustained swimming behavior, and is robust to the effects of tidal currents. The “%tilt” metric records the amount of time the tag tilts past a vertical orientation threshold and captures the proportion of each time bin that the fish is active. These PSAT metrics revealed diel behavior and three activity modes present in free-ranging Pacific halibut that allowed inference of survival when compared to PSAT data from fish carcasses and weighted tags. Accelerometer PSAT metrics developed in this study revealed Pacific halibut activity patterns, and thus survival, and may be extended to other fish species. Economical accelerometer PSATs can allow larger sample sizes that enhance bycatch survival studies while detecting fish activity in flat study areas. PSAT advantages over other survival estimation methods include providing outcomes for all specimens during exposure to natural conditions. More... »

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