1988). In an initial, manual-tracking phase of the project, nine sharks were intermittently tracked for 1 to 8 days; the longest ... and a morning-eastward, aftemoon-westward diel pattern occurred that was hypothesized as involving the sun as an orientation cue. ... Captured on longline, the shark was dart-tagged with a depth-sensing transmitter and tracked from a 7-m boat. ... were tracked by Strong (1988, 1989) at Santa Catalina Island using bodycavity-implanted transmitters (in adults).
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