Section 1. Integrated approaches. How advances in tagging technology improved progress in new science : marine stock enhancement / Kenneth M. Leber and H. Lee Blankenship -- Viewing complex mark and recapture data in a spatial environment / Russell Bradford, Scott Cooper, Paayn Jumppanen and Jason Hartog -- Section 2. Conventional tagging. Section foreword / Jeremy R. McKenzie -- A coordinated mass marking program for salmonines stocked into the Laurentian Great Lakes / Charles R. Bronte, Kenneth A. Walch, John M. Dettmers, March Gaden, Michael J. Connerton, Marion E. Daniels, and Tammy J. Newcomb -- Advances in coded wire tag technology: meeting changing fish management objectives / Geraldine vander Haegen, H. Lee Blankenship, and Dave Knutzen -- Correcting visual implant elastomer tag identification to better evaluate adult Atlantic salmon returns from multiple stocking sites in the Penobscot River, Maine, USA / Christine A. Lipsky, Edward M. Hastings, Russell Brown, and Richard B. Dill -- Estimating Chinook and sockeye salmon escapement on the Copper River, Alaska, using mark-recapture with external PIT-tags / Keith van den Broek, Jason J. Smith, and Guy Wade -- The success of the Columbia Basin Passive Integrated Transponder (PIT) Tag Information System / David P. Martin -- Long term retention, survival, growth, and physiological indicators of juvenile salmonids marked with passive integrated transponder tags / Kenneth G. Ostrand, Gayle B. Zydlewski, William L. Gale, and Joseph D. Zydlewski -- Stock identification applications of conventional tagging data for Atlantic cod in the Gulf of Maine / Shelly M.L. Tallack -- In-stream monitoring of PIT-tagged wild spring/summer Chinook salmon juveniles in Valley Creek, Idaho / Stephen Achord, Benjamin P. Sandford, Steven G. Smith, William R. Wassard, and Earl F. Prentice -- Inter-stream movements and seasonal activity of two large galaxiids within a small stream system / Cindy F. Baker and Joshua P. Smith -- Marine distributions of Coho and Chinook salmon inferred from coded wire tag recoveries / Laurie Weitkamp -- Section 3. Acoustic tags and arrays. Section foreword / Matthew G. Mesa -- Trends in acoustic tracking: where are the fish going and how will we follow them? / Michelle R. Heupel and Dale M. Webber -- Mobile positioning of tagged aquatic animals using acoustic telemetry with a synthetic hydrophone array (SYNAPS: Synthetic Aperture Positioning System) / Julie K. Nielsen, George H. Niezdoda, S. James Taggart, Steven J. Cooke, Peter Anson, Caleb T. Hasler, Kyle C. Hanson, and Gord Carl -- Distribution and movement of catadromous fish: design and implementation of a freshwater-estuarine acoustic telemetry array / Chris T. Walsh, Ivars V. Reinfelds, Ron J. West, Charles A. Gray, Dylan E. van der Meulen -- Differential habitat use between adult European sea bass and North Atlantic cod in the inner Oslo Fjord: influence of abiotic environmental variables / Anne-May Ilestad, Thrond O. Haugen, Jonathan E. Colman -- Marine migratory behavior of hatchery-reared anadromous and wild non-anadromous sockeye salmon revealed by acoustic tags / Chris C. Wood, David W. Welch, Lyse Godbout, James Cameron -- Potential effects of acoustic tag strength variation on detection probabilities of migrating fish: recommended measurements prior to tagging / Michael C. Melnychuk -- Estimating detection probabilities for linear acoustic monitoring arrays / Alistair J. Hobday and Doug Pincock -- Section 4. Radio telemetry. Is radio telemetry getting washed downstream? The changing role of radio telemetry in studies of freshwater fish relative to other tagging and telemetry technology / Stephen J. Cooke and Eva P. Thorstad -- Using radio telemetry to evaluate the success of a hatchery steelhead recycling program / Eva Schemmel, Shaun Clements, Carl Schreck, and David Noakes -- An improved method for obtaining fine-scale location of radio tags when tracking by boat / John D. Koehn, John H. Eiler, John A. McKenzie, William G. O'Connor -- Section 5. Chemical and biological markers. Section foreword / R. Keller Kopf -- Quantitative measurement of calcein fluorescence for non-lethal, field based discrimination of hatchery and wild fish / David A. Crook, Damien J. O'Mahony, Bronwyn M. Gillanders, Andrew R. Munro, and Andrew C. Sanger -- Discriminating stocks of Scomber australasicus using a holistic approach : a pilot study / David W. Schmarr, Ian D. Whittington, Jennifer Ovenden, and Tim W. Ward -- An examination of the population structure of the eastern Australian salmon (Arripis trutta) stock in southeastern Australia / Julian M. Hughes, John Stewart, Bronwyn M. Gillanders, and Iain M. Suthers -- Otolith Sr:Ca ratios as a natural mark to discriminate restocked and naturally recruited European eels in Latvia / Yu-Jia Lin, Jen-Chieh Shiao, Maris Plikshs, Atis Minde, Yoshiyuki Iizuka, Isaak Rashal, Wann-Nian Tzeng -- Section 6. Archival and pop-up satellite tags. Section foreword / Andrew C. Seitz -- Diel oscillations in whale shark vertical movements associated with meso- and bathypelagic diving / Juerg M. Brunnschweiler and David W. Sims -- Using archival tags to infer habitat use of central California steelhead and Coho salmon / Sean A. Hayes, Morgan H. Bond, Brian K. Wells, Chad V. Hanson, Andrew W. Jones, R. Bruce MacFarlane -- The tilt-tag : a micro-processor controlled tag for determining lifespan in fish and improving survey efficiency in area-under-the-curve estimates of salmon escapement / Tom F. Shardlow and Kim D. Hyatt -- Distinguishing pelagic and demersal swimming of deepwater flatfish by recording of body angles / Ole Thomas Albert, Yvan Lambert, Tone Vollen, Carla Freitas, and Lise Heggebakken -- Through the looking glass : reflections on the success of large-scale archival tagging programs / David Righton and Julian Metcalfe -- Panel discussion summary. Report on the panel discussion on reconsideration of stock assessment models using electronic tag data / Andrew C. Seitz.