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No effect of satellite tagging on survival, recruitment, longevity, productivity and social dominance of a raptor, and the provisioning and condition of its offspring

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The deployment of electronic devices on animals is rapidly expanding and producing leapfrog advances in ecological knowledge. Even though their effects on the ecology and behaviour of the marked subjects are potentially important, <10% of the studies are accompanied by an evaluation of impact, and comprehensive, long‐term assessments have been few. Therefore, there is an urgent need to test for impacts, especially for tags that are heavy and deployed for long time periods, such as satellite transmitters.
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Keywords: GPS; Milvus migrans; backpack attachment; harness; impact; movement ecology; radiomarking; satellite tagging; telemetry; vital rates

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: December 1, 2015

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