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Social networks in elasmobranchs and teleost fishes

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    Matt
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    Social networks in elasmobranchs and teleost fishes – Fish and Fisheries early view

    Abstract

    Over the last decade, there has been an exponential increase in studies using social network analysis to describe the structure of animal societies. In this synthesis, we examine the contribution of social network analysis towards developing our understanding of the social organization of elasmobranchs and teleost fishes. We review and discuss the current state of knowledge of the mechanisms and functions underpinning social network structure in fishes with particular emphasis on cooperation, familiarity, site fidelity, population structure and the welfare of captive populations. We also discuss important methodological issues (e.g. how to identify and mark fish) and highlight new developments in this area of research and their implications for the study of fish behaviour. Finally, we outline promising future research areas for the application of social network analysis to teleost fishes and elasmobranchs.

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    coelacanth
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    Can anyone get a e-copy of this?

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    Matt
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    Yessir.

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