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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
Introduction: International Conference on the Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life Anthony Hawkins, Arthur N. Popper and Magnus Wahlberg 2008 1-3 1-3
Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life: the Key Issues Anthony Hawkins 2008 1-3 7-10
Creation of Noise Standards for Man: 50 Years of Research Donald Henderson 2008 1-3 10-12
Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life: Much Known, Much Unknown W. John Richardson 2008 1-3 13-16
Degraded temporal sound features as a function of distance and potential as cues for ranging in birds N. Mathevon 1998 1 17-33
PALAOA: Broadband Recordings of the Antarctic Coastal Soundscape Olaf Boebel, Holger Klinck, Lars Kindermann and Saad El Din El Naggar 2008 1-3 19-21
Ambient Noise and Its Significance to Aquatic Life Douglas H. Cato 2008 1-3 21-23
The “acoustic adaptation hypothesis” - a review of the evidence from birds, anurans and mammals. E. Ey & J. Fischer. 2009 1-2 21-48
One-Year Characterization of Sea Ambient Noise in a Coastal Marine Protected Area: a Management Tool for Inshore Marine Protected Areas Antonio Codarin, Maurizio Spoto and Marta Picciulin 2008 1-3 24-26
Ambient Noise in Shallow Temperate Waters around Northeastern New Zealand Craig A. Radford, Andrew G. Jeffs, Chris T. Tindle and John C. Montgomery 2008 1-3 26-28
The Sounds of the Reef: Can We Learn to Listen Before It Is Too Late? Stephen D. Simpson 2008 1-3 28-29
Contribution of Biological Sound Sources to Underwater Ambient Noise Levels Magnus Wahlberg 2008 1-3 30-32
Sound Communication in Fishes and the Influence of Ambient and Anthropogenic Noise Friedrich Ladich 2008 1-3 35-38
A test of the Acoustic Adaptation Hypothesis in three types of tropical forest: degradation of male and female Rufous-and-white Wren songs Brendan A. Graham, Luis Sandoval, Torben Dabelsteen & Daniel J. Mennill 2017 1 37-61
Role of Ambient Noise as a Selective Factor for Frequencies Used in Fish Acoustic Communication Marco Lugli 2008 1-3 40-42
Comparison of Auditory Sensitivity of Pelagic Fish with the Sound Generated by a Fish Aggregation Device Ricardo Babaran, Kazuhiko Anraku, Munechika Ishizaki, Kenji Watanabe and Tatsuro Matsuoka 2008 1-3 55-57
Acoustic Competition? [abstract] J.-C. Brémond 1992 1 63-64
Fluctuating Noise Conditions May Limit Acoustic Communication Distance in the Rock-Pool Blenny Aukje Coers, Niels Bouton, Dennis Vincourt and Hans Slabbekoorn 2008 1-3 63-65
Anthropogenic Sound Sources and the Lateral Line System Sheryl Coombs 2008 1-3 65-68
The Song of Six Marsh Nesting Bird Species (Genus Acrocephalus) in Relation to Habitat Acoustics [abstract] H. Heuwinkel 1992 1 70-71
The effect of noise on acoustic communication in Cyprinella venusta [abstract] Holt, D. E. & Johnston, C. E. 2012 1 70-71
Masking Robert J. Dooling 2008 1-3 70-72
Effects of Vibrations on the Behaviour of Cockles (Bivalve Molluscs) Ronald A. Kastelein 2008 1-3 74-75
Acoustics of fish shelters [abstract] Lugli, M. 2012 1 74-75
Cricket calling site selection and sound transmission in a tropical evergreen forest [abstract] Manjari, J & Balakrishnan, R 2012 1 76
Low-cost acoustic design of a bat test room R. Correia, C. Faneca, D. Albuquerque, J. Vieira, C. Bastos, C. Fonseca & M.J. Ramos Pereira 2015 1 81-87
Ecoacoustical constraints shape sound communication in lake Malawi Cichlids [abstract] Van Staaden, M, Wysocki, L E & Ladich, F 2012 1 84
Orientated Swimming Behaviour of Crab Postlarvae in Response to Reef Sound Craig A. Radford, Andrew G. Jeffs and John C. Montgomery 2008 1-3 87-89
Diurnal variation in transmission caused degradation of blackcap Sylvia atricapilla song: implications for communication network activities [abstract] T. Dabelsteen and N. Mathevon 2002 1 87
Acoustic and temporal features of long distance wolf vocalisations and their possible consequences for signal transmission [abstract] K.-H. Frommolt 2002 1 88
Assessment of man-made underwater noise impact on a population of gobids in a marine protected area [abstract] M. Costantini and M. Spoto 2002 1 95
How Do Aquaria and Pond Noise Affect Hearing in Different Fish Species? Monika Stummer and Friedrich Ladich 2008 1-3 95-97
Metrics Charles R. Greene, Jr 2008 1-3 116-118
Effects of aquarium and pond noise on hearing sensitivity in an otophysine fish Monika Gutscher, Lidia Eva Wysocki & Friedrich Ladich 2011 2 117-136
Sound-Exposure Metrics for Aquatic Animals Mardi Hastings 2008 1-3 118-120
Criteria for Assessing Ship Noise and Other Broadband Pseudorandom Noise Richard A. Hazelwood 2008 1-3 120-123
The Marine Seismic Air Gun Robert M. Laws and David Hedgeland 2008 1-3 124-127
Air Gun Arrays as Noise Sources: Output, Impact Zones, and Frequency Content Peter T. Madsen 2008 1-3 127-130
Transmission of Marine Seismic Signals in Australian Waters R. D. McCauley, S. R. Rennie, J. R. Hughes and A. J. Duncan 2008 1-3 130-132


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