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Influence of Sidewall on Swimming Behavior of Isolated Ayu, Plecoglossus Altivelis Altivelis

Author(s): Kouki Onitsuka; Juichiro Akiyama; Koichiro Matsuda; Shohei Noguchi; Hikaru Takeuch

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Keywords: Isolated ayu; Side-wall area; Universal area; Angle; Running water

Abstract: Behavior of the fish has been investigated so much. However, the effects of the side-wall on the fish behaviors have not been investigated. In this study, the swimming behavior of isolated ayu in a rectangular open-channel flow was recorded with a digital video camera with changing the velocity. It was found that the fish behavior is affected by the side-wall where the distance from sidewall is less than one time of body length of ayu, so that this area was defined as side-wall area. The mode value of ground distance, ground speed, swimming distance and swimming speed in side-wall area is smaller than those in universal area, and also that the angle of refraction in side-wall area is constant, irrespective of flow velocity.

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Year: 2012

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