AFS Continuing Education
ROOM: RSCC, A9
This course targets graduate students and fisheries professionals interested in using RFID to estimate abundance, survival, habitat use, etc. Low frequency RFID (e.g., FDX-B) in the form of passive integrated transponder (PIT) tags and associated receiver technology has become a commonplace tool in fisheries. Problematically, there is very little formal training available in the application of the technology and subsequent data analysis. This workshop is intended to share best-practices and practical knowledge accumulated over the last 30 years of IPTDS application.