A place for those interested in sharing knowledge about otoliths, their chemistries and related topics.
Since the early days of analyzing otolith chemical composition (e.g.
Devereux 1967*), the science of otolith chemistry has grown almost
exponentially. Empirical studies produce ever more intriguing
patterns; experiments seek to understand the mechanisms. Emerging
technologies and methods offer new ways to ask and answer questions.
The field is maturing, but many frontiers remain.
How it works:
2.) Register a user profile
3.) Once your profile is approved, begin posting in any of the forums.
We look forward to discussions with you!
Logo image courtesy of Karin Limburg (Sr and Zn maps of Atlantic salmon otoliths)
*Devereux, I. Science 155(3770): 1684-1685.