You can upload data into the portal from other sources for convenient storage and access. The portal allows you to import Argos, .CSV, .PRV, DS, or .TXT files and data from a local receiving station such as a Wildlife Computers Mote. Rather than upload hundreds of...

Migrations and habitat use of the smooth hammerhead shark (Sphyrna zygaena) in the Atlantic Ocean Foraging site fidelity in male Australian fur seals Understanding Impacts of the Sea Scallop Fishery on Loggerhead Sea Turtles Finding the right fit: Comparative cetacean distribution models using multiple...

A new study undertaken by the University of Washington and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution utilized Wildlife Computers SPOT tags to look at the movements of adult female white sharks in the Gulf Stream and North Atlantic Ocean. “The new study analyzes movements of two female great...

RECOVER Consortium finished up its three-month study of how satellite tags affected metabolic and behavioral changes on mahi-mahi. Wildlife Computers created miniature, non-working, versions of our MiniPAT tags for deployment on the captive fish. You can watch the three-part video series that outlines the experiments performed...

A Wildlife Computers MiniPAT was recovered in Costa Rica. The tag was originally part of a project evaluating Roosterfish. The tag was attached to the fish for 60 days before it popped off and was bobbing in the water. The tag was recovered by a local...

Wildlife Computers Melinda Holland (CEO) and Dr. Suzy Kohin (Senior Research Scientist, Product Manager) spent time in Washington, D.C. as part of the Argos Alliance educating House members on the importance of the Argos satellite system. Argos is “vital in safeguarding Earth’s environment, human safety, and...

The Pacific halibut is an interesting fish. These mammoths of the sea can reach up to 500 pounds and live on the bottom of the ocean floor. Recently published research on halibut used a specially designed Wildlife Computers sPAT pop-up tag to study bycatch survival. This...

I think we can all agree that the Argos Satellite System is amazing and has revolutionized the fields of Marine Ecology and Biologging. The Argos system allows us to receive location estimates and behavioral data from animals positioned all over the globe…even when they are...

Filling in the Gaps: Augmenting Argos Coverage with Motes Have you ever wanted less data? Of course not! The more data the better. A Wildlife Computers Mote is designed to improve data throughput from your study animal. Dr. Kenady Wilson shows you how Motes...

The story of Peggy Hughes is an interesting one. Peggy Hughes is the largest Mako shark ever tagged by the Center for Sportfish Science and Conservation (CSSC) in the northern Gulf of Mexico. The shark was tagged during an expedition last summer. Not much is known about...

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