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Electronic Tagging Geolocation Packages Repository

This site provides a collection of statistical models to estimate position errors, movement model parameters, and most probable positions from tracking data. This project is a joint effort from Pelagic Fisheries Research Program (PFRP) of Joint Institute for Marine & Atmospheric Research, University of Hawaii at Manoa and Large Pelagics Research Center (LPRC) of University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

Recommended reading

Here we have selected a few key papers to understand the models better. For a more complete reading list, refer to our publication wiki page.

  1. Trackit with SST - Lam, Chi H., Anders Nielsen, and John R. Sibert, 2010. Incorporating sea-surface temperature to the light-based geolocation model TrackIt. Marine Ecology Progress Series MEPS 419:71-84
  2. Trackit - Nielsen, Anders, and John R. Sibert, 2007. State-space model for light-based tracking of marine animals. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 64: 1055-1068.
  3. Ukfsst - Lam, Chi H., Anders Nielsen, and John R. Sibert, 2008. Improving light and temperature based geolocation by unscented Kalman filtering. Fisheries Research, 91: 15-25
  4. Kftrack - Sibert, J.R., Musyl, M.K., Brill, R.W., 2003. Horizontal movements of bigeye tuna (Thunnus obesus) near Hawaii determined by Kalman filter analysis of archival tagging data. Fisheries Oceanography, 12(3):141-151.

Contact us

Feel free to contact us at <tagtuna@gmail.com> for any comments or questions, or leave us a comment on this site. We look forward to getting feedback and suggestions for any improvements to the on-going development.

A joint effort of Pelagic Fisheries Research Program and Large Pelagics Research Center

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