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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 2019 5
A bark of its own kind – the acoustics of ‘annoying’ dog barks suggests a specific attention-evoking effect for humans Nikolett Jégh-Czinege, Tamás Faragó & Péter Pongrácz 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
The harmonics to noise ratio applied to dog barks [abstract] Tobias Riede, Guenter Tembrock, Hanspeter Herzel and Leo Brunnberg 2002 1 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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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


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