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The communicative life of a social carnivore: acoustic repertoire of the ring-tailed coati (Nasua nasua) Aline Gasco, Humberto F. Ferro & Patricia F. Monticelli In press
Terrestrial Carnivore Sounds with Repeated Rapid Alternation of Two Structurally Different Components: an Indication of Complex Sound Production Mechanisms in Mammals? G. Peters 2006 1 1-25
Structure and function of red fox Vulpes vulpes vocalisations Newton-Fisher, N., Harris, S., Green, P. & Jones, G. 1993 1-2 1-31
Quantitative Analysis of Vocalisations of Captive Sumatran Tigers (Panthera tigris sumatrae) Shanna J. Rose, Drew Allen, Dan Noble & Jennifer A. Clarke 2018 1 13-26
The vocal repertoire of infant giant pandas (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) Anton Baotica, Angela S. Stoeger, Desheng Li, Chunxiang Tang & Benjamin D. Charlton 2014 1 15-28
Individual acoustic identification as a non-invasive conservation tool: an approach to the conservation of the African wild dog Lycaon pictus (Temminck, 1820) S. Hartwig 2005 1 35-50
Discrete vocal traits in tame and aggressive strains of silver foxes and in crosses between them [abstract] Gogoleva, S, Volodin, I ; Volodina, E, Kharlamova, A, Trut, L 2012 1 36-37
Improving individual identification in captive Eastern Grey Wolves (Canis lupus lycaon) using the time course of howl amplitudes Holly Root-Gutteridge, Martin Bencsik, Manfred Chebli, Louise K. Gentle, Christopher Terrell-Nield, Alexandra Bourit and Richard W. Yarnell 2014 1 39-53
Source level of male vocalisations in the genus Mirounga: repeatability and correlates S. Sanvito & F. Galimberti 2003 1 47-59
Acoustic prey and a listening predator: interaction between calling katydids and the bat-eared fox Paul B.C. Grant, Michael J. Samways 2015 1 49-61
Variation in Harp Seal Underwater Acoustic Communication Range Estimations John M. Terhune 2008 1-3 50-52
Bloodhound, a tool based on the chirplet transform for the analysis of wolf chorus howls recordings [abstract] Palacios, V., Llaneza, L., Dugnol, B., Fernández, C., Galiano, G., Velasco, J . 2012 1 50
Identifying individual wild Eastern grey wolves (Canis lupus lycaon) using fundamental frequency and amplitude of howls Holly Root-Gutteridge, Martin Bencsik, Manfred Chebli, Louise K. Gentle, Christopher Terrell-Nield, Alexandra Bourit and Richard W. Yarnell 2014 1 55-66
Weddell seals do not lengthen calls in response to conspecific masking John M. Terhune 2016 1 75-88
Wolf counting and individual acoustic discrimination by spectrographic analysis [abstract] Passilongo D., Dessi-Fulgheri F., Gazzola A., Zaccaroni M. & Apollonio M. 2012 1 78-79
Species-specific characteristics and individual variation of the bark call produced by male Australian fur seals (Arctocephalus pusillus doriferus) J. S. Tripovich, T. L. Rogers & J. P. Y. Arnould 2005 1 79-96
The harmonics to noise ratio applied to dog barks [abstract] Tobias Riede, Guenter Tembrock, Hanspeter Herzel and Leo Brunnberg 2002 1 79
Acoustic and temporal features of long distance wolf vocalisations and their possible consequences for signal transmission [abstract] K.-H. Frommolt 2002 1 88
Hearing in Marine Carnivores Colleen Reichmuth 2008 1-3 89-92
To Bark or Not To Bark? Vocalization in Red Foxes Selected for Tameness or Aggressiveness Toward Humans S. S. Gogoleva, I. A. Volodin, E. V. Volodina, L. N. Trut 2008 2 99-132
Spotted hyaena whoops: frequent incidence of vocal instabilities in a mammalian loud call G. Peters, M. L. East, H. Herzel, J. R. Henschel, G. L. Mills, K. Wilhelm & H. Hofer 2004 2 99-109
Biphonation as a prominent feature of the Dhole Cuon alpinus sounds Volodin, I.A. & Volodina, E.V. 2002 2 105-120
Chorus howling by wolves: acoustic structure, pack size and the Beau Geste effect Harrington, F.H. 1989 2 117-136
Individual vocal traits of mother and pup fur seals Page, B., Goldsworthy, S.D. & Hindell, M.A. 2002 2 121-143
The vocal change of a kitten with craniocerebellar trauma - a case study T. Riede & A. Stolle-Malorn 1999 2-3 131-141
Underwater vocalizations and vocal activity in captive harp seals Phoea groenlandica [abstract] Arturo Serrano and E.H. Miller 1998 2 153
The Acoustic Structure Of Wolf Howls In Some Eastern Tuscany (Central Italy) Free Ranging Packs Passilongo D., A. Buccianti, F. Dessi-Fulgheri, A. Gazzola, M. Zaccaroni & M. Apollonio 2010 3 159-175
Book Review: Vocal communication in the timber wolf Canis lupus by R.M. Schassburger F.H. Harrington 1996 2 165-168
Effects of Noise on Seals and Sea Lions: Laboratory Approaches David Kastak 2008 1-3 169-171
Subharmonics, biphonation and deterministic chaos in mammal vocalizations I. Wilden, H. Herzel, G. Peters & G. Tembrock 1998 3 171-196
Discriminating individual sea lions by voice: a neural network signal processing solution to signature call identification [abstract] Robert C. Gisiner, Gregory Campbell & David Helweg 2002 2 185
Ontogeny of mother's voice recognition by fur seal pups [abstract] Nicolas Mathevon, Isabelle Charrier Thierry Aubin & Pierre Jouventin 2002 2 185
An Evaluation of Manual and Automated Methods for Detecting Sounds of Maned Wolves (Chrysocyon brachyurus Illiger 1815) Silva Rocha, Luciana; Stamatto Ferreira, L; Paula, B; Guimarães Rodrigues, F; de Sousa Lima Mobley, R 2015 2 185-198
How a pup identifies its mother in a colony of Antarctic fur seals [abstract] T. Aubin, I. Charrier, N. Mathevon & P. Jouventin 2002 2 186
Individuality in the whistle call of the Asiatic Wild Dog Cuon alpinus L.S. Durbin 1998 3 197-206
Easily measured call attributes can detect vocal differences between Weddell seals from two areas J.M. Terhune, S.R. Healey & H.R. Burton 2001 3 211-222
Sound production and hearing in marine animals [abstract] Mats Amundin 1998 3 213-214
Measuring acoustic complexity in continuously varying signals: how complex is a wolf howl? Arik Kershenbaum, Éloïse C. Déaux, Bilal Habib, Brian Mitchell, Vicente Palacios, Holly Root-Gutteridge & Sara Waller 2018 3 215-229
A low-cost, high-performance sound capture and archiving system for the subtidal zone [abstract] D. Mellinger 1998 3 222
Weddell seals lengthen many underwater calls in response to conspecific vocalizations Terhune, J.H., Grandmaitre, N.C., Burton, H.R. & Green, K. 1994 3 223-226

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