A collective navigation hypothesis for homeward migration in anadromous salmonids

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BERDAHL, Andrew, Peter A H WESTLEY, Simon A LEVIN, Iain D. COUZIN, Thomas P QUINN, 2016. A collective navigation hypothesis for homeward migration in anadromous salmonids. In: Fish and Fisheries. 17(2), pp. 525-542. ISSN 1467-2960. eISSN 1467-2979. Available under: doi: 10.1111/faf.12084

@article{Berdahl2016colle-31459, title={A collective navigation hypothesis for homeward migration in anadromous salmonids}, year={2016}, doi={10.1111/faf.12084}, number={2}, volume={17}, issn={1467-2960}, journal={Fish and Fisheries}, pages={525--542}, author={Berdahl, Andrew and Westley, Peter A H and Levin, Simon A and Couzin, Iain D. and Quinn, Thomas P} }

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