Tagging of Pelagic Predators

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Welcome to GTOPP!

The Global Tagging of Pelagic Predators (GTOPP) program is an international, multidisciplinary collaboration among biologists, engineers, computer scientists and educators, which will allow users to view and interact with animal tracking data, as well as oceanographic datasets, to marine life observation.  Read more about GTOPP...

  • Carlisle_Proceedings
    Researchers use new tools to understand the lives of salmon sharks
  • Bluefin Tuna Finally Catch a Break
    Tagging studies are helping to conserve bluefin tuna
  • TAG Canada 2014
    The Tag A Giant team returns to Canada in search of giant bluefin
  • Shark Net App
    A new iOS app puts the Blue Serengeti right at your fingertips with live shark updates, shark profiles and more.
  • Maxwell_Nature_Communications
    TOPP Scientists Publish in Nature Communications
  • Wave Glider
    GTOPP researchers launch a robot surfboard called a "Wave Glider" outfitted with an acoustic receiver to listen for tagged white sharks.
  • TOPP Researchers Publish Findings in Nature Climate Change
    TOPP Researchers Publish Findings in Nature Climate Change
  • Chapple Camera Tags
    TOPP scientists deploy camera tags on white sharks

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