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Vocalizations of common minke whales (Balaenoptera acutorostrata) in an eastern North Pacific feeding ground Katrina Nikolich & Jared R. Towers In press
An unsupervised Hidden Markov Model-based system for the detection and classification of blue whale vocalizations off Chile Susannah J. Buchan, Rodrigo Mahú, Jorge Wuth, Naysa Balcazar-Cabrera, Laura Gutierrez, Sergio Neira & Néstor Becerra Yoma In press
Sounds produced by bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops): A review of the defining characteristics and acoustic criteria of the dolphin vocal repertoire. Brittany Jones, Maria Zapetis, Mystera M. Samuelson & Sam Ridgway In press
Noise affects porpoise click detections – the magnitude of the effect depends on logger type and detection filter settings Karin Tubbert Clausen, Jakob Tougaard, Jacob Carstensen, Matthieu Delefosse & Jonas Teilmann 2019 5
Crowd intelligence can discern between repertoires of killer whale ecotypes Anastasya Yu. Danishevskaya, Olga A. Filatova, Filipa I P. Samarra, Patrick J O. Miller, John K B Ford, Harald Yurk, Craig O. Matkin & Erich Hoyt In press
Click communication in harbour porpoises Phocoena phocoena Karin Tubbert Clausen, Magnus Wahlberg, Kristian Beedholm, Stacy Deruiter & Peter T. Madsen 2010 1 1-28
Who are the whales? Sam Ridgway 1997 1-2 3-20
Horizontal angular discrimination by an echolocating bottlenose dolphin Tursiops truncatus B. K. Branstetter, S. J. Mevissena, L. M. Herman, A. A. Pack & S. P. Roberts 2003 1 15-34
Description of whistles of Irrawaddy dolphins (Orcaella brevirostris) from the waters of Matang, Peninsular Malaysia Jordan M. Hoffman, Louisa S. Ponnampalam, Claryana Araújo-Wang, Sui Hyang Kuit, Samuel K. Hung & John Y. Wang 2017 1 15-24
Development and social functions of signature whistles in bottlenose dolphins Tursiops truncatus Peter L. Tyack 1997 1-2 21-46
What’s Occurring? Ultrasonic signature whistle use in Welsh bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) Helen M. Hiley, Sarah Perry, Steve Hartley & Stephanie L. King 2017 1 25-35
Differences in the sounds of Guiana dolphin, Sotalia guianensis (Cetacea: Delphinidae) between two areas of southeastern and southern Brazil Lucimary S. Deconto & Emygdio L. A. Monteiro-Filho 2019 1 26-41
Vocalisations of Minke Whales Balaenoptera acutorostrata in the St. Lawrence Estuary P.L. Edds-Walton 2000 1 31-50
An automatic system for detecting and classifying the vocalisations of harbour porpoises Gillespie, D. & Chappell, O. 2002 1 37-61
Acoustic Communication in Mysticetes Susan E. Parks and Christopher W. Clark 2008 1-3 45-47
Acoustic communication signals of mysticete whales Peggy L. Edds-Walton 1997 1-2 47-60
A review of frequency and time parameters of cetacean tonal calls J.N. Mathews, L.E. Rendall, J.C.D. Gordon & D.W. Macdonald 1999 1 47-71
Humpback Whale Megaptera novaeangliae Social Sounds in Hawai’i Alison K. Stimpert and Whitlow W. L. Au 2008 1-3 48-50
Changes in Click Source Levels with Distance to Targets: Studies of Free-ranging White-beaked Dolphins Lagenorhynchus albirostris and Captive Harbor Porpoises Phocoena phocoena Ana Carolina G. Atem, Marianne H. Rasmussen, Magnus Wahlberg, Hans C. Petersen & Lee A. Miller 2009 1-2 49-65
Icelandic killer whales Orcinus orca use a pulsed call suitable for manipulating the schooling behaviour of herring Clupea harengus Malene Simon, Fernando Ugarte, Magnus Wahlberg & Lee A. Miller 2006 1 57-74
Optimizing models of dolphin auditory sensitivity using evolutionary computation Houser, D.S., Helweg, D.A., Moore, P.W.B. & Chellapilla, K. 2001 1 57-78
A Cetacean Sound Library Catalogue of the Mediterranean Sea [abstract] J.F. Borsani, G. Pavan, G. Notarbartolo di Sciara 1992 1 60-61
Comparing repertoires of sperm whale codas: a multiple methods approach L. E. Rendell & H. Whitehead 2003 1 61-81
Cetacean auditory psychophysics Patrick W. B. Moore 1997 1-2 61-78
Sperm whale codas in the Northern Ionian sea (Italy), new elements to understand the Mediterranean population [abstract] Zardin, F, Pavan, G, Ficetola, G F, La Manna, G, Internullo, E & Riccobene, G 2012 1 61
Sound Pathways Revealed: Simulated Sound Transmission and Reception in Cuvier’s Beaked Whale Ziphius cavirostris Using the Vibro-Acoustic Toolkit Ted W. Cranford, Petr Krysl and John A. Hildebrand 2008 1-3 68-70
Temporal patterns of North Atlantic right whale vocalizations during the winter and spring in the Northwest Atlantic, USA [abstract] Guerreiro da Silva, A, Vu, E, Risch, D & Van Parijs, S M 2012 1 70
Recent Bioacoustical Publications (1997 and earlier). Part II: Mammals-General Hansen, P. 1999 1 73-95
Call types of Bigg’s killer whales (Orcinus orca) in western Alaska: using vocal dialects to assess population structure Deborah L. Sharpe, Manuel Castellote, Paul R. Wade & Leslie A. Cornick 2019 1 74-99
Can Longspine Squirrelfish Hear Bottlenose Dolphin? Joseph J. Luczkovich & Mark A. Keusenkothen 2008 1-3 75-77
Predicting Cetacean Audiograms David C. Mountain, Aleks Zosuls, Seth Newburg and Darlene R. Ketten 2008 1-3 77-80
Boing! Acoustic localization, characterisation and comparison of minke whale songs from the Hawaiian islands and other areas in the North Pacific Ocean [abstract] Norris, T, Yack, T, Oswald, J, Martin, S, Thomas, L & Janik, V 2012 1 77
Electrophysiological measures of auditory processing in odontocetes William Ford Dolphin 1997 1-2 79-101
A combined neural network-statistics method for automated sperm whale clicks detection [abstract] Sanchéz-García, A, Bueno-Crespo, A & Sancho-Gomez, J L 2012 1 79-80
Recent Directions in Odontocete Cetacean Hearing Paul E. Nachtigall 2008 1-3 82-85
Examinations of Ears in Harbour Porpoises Phocoena phocoena from the North and Baltic Seas Susanne Prahl, Darlene R. Ketten and Ursula Siebert 2008 1-3 85-87
A computational model of humpback whale hearing [abstract] David A. Helweg 2002 1 85
Automatic detection and species identification of blue and fin whale calls [abstract] David A. Helweg 2002 1 96
Recent Bioacoustic Publications (2004 and earlier) P. Hansen 2005 1 97-138
Directional Sensitivity and Sound-Receiving Windows in Dolphins Alexander Y. Supin and Vladimir V. Popov 2008 1-3 98-100

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