Original paper

Magnetic map in nonanadromous Atlantic salmon

Volume: 115, Issue: 43, Pages: 10995 - 10999
Published: Oct 8, 2018
Abstract
Long-distance migrants, including Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus spp), can use geomagnetic information to navigate. We tested the hypothesis that a "magnetic map" (i.e., an ability to extract positional information from Earth's magnetic field) also exists in a population of salmon that do not undertake oceanic migrations. This study examined juvenile Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) originally from a nonanadromous population in Maine transferred ∼60...
Paper Details
Title
Magnetic map in nonanadromous Atlantic salmon
Published Date
Oct 8, 2018
Volume
115
Issue
43
Pages
10995 - 10999
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