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Biphonal calls in Atlantic spotted dolphins (Stenella frontalis): Bitonal and burst-pulse whistles J. Daisy Kaplan, Kelly Melillo-Sweeting & Diana Reiss 2018 2
Soundscape diversity in the Great Barrier Reef: Lizard Island, a case study Jamie N. McWilliam, Rob D. McCauley, Christine Erbe & Miles J. G. Parsons 2018 3
Acoustic signalling in female fish: factors influencing sound characteristics in croaking gouramis Friedrich Ladich & Isabelle Pia Maiditsch 2018 4
Underwater acoustic communication in the African Pipid frog Xenopus borealis Yager, D.D. 1992 1 1-24
Introduction: International Conference on the Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life Anthony Hawkins, Arthur N. Popper and Magnus Wahlberg 2008 1-3 1-3
Click communication in harbour porpoises Phocoena phocoena Karin Tubbert Clausen, Magnus Wahlberg, Kristian Beedholm, Stacy Deruiter & Peter T. Madsen 2010 1 1-28
Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life: the Key Issues Anthony Hawkins 2008 1-3 7-10
Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life: Much Known, Much Unknown W. John Richardson 2008 1-3 13-16
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
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
Species-specific sounds in water bugs of the genus Micronecta. Part 2, Chorusing I.M. King 1999 1 19-29
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
Adaptive Auditory Plasticity for Social Communication in the Plainfin Midshipman Fish (Porichthys notatus) Joseph Sisneros 2012 1 21-23
Development and social functions of signature whistles in bottlenose dolphins Tursiops truncatus Peter L. Tyack 1997 1-2 21-46
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
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
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
Sound Production in Pre-Spawning Herring, Cod and Haddock in a Naturally Enclosed Ecosystem Lise Langård, Jan Tore Øvredal, Arne Johannessen, Leif Nøttestad, Georg Skaret, Anders Fernö and Magnus Wahlberg 2008 1-3 38-40
Role of Ambient Noise as a Selective Factor for Frequencies Used in Fish Acoustic Communication Marco Lugli 2008 1-3 40-42
Hearing in otophysine fishes: function, diversity and evolution [abstract] Ladich, F 2012 1 41-42
Acoustic Communication in Fishes. David A. Mann and James V. Locascio 2008 1-3 43-45
Ontogenetic development of auditory sensitivity and sound production in the squeaker Synodontis schoutedeni, an African mochokid catfish [abstract] Lechner, W & Ladich, F 2012 1 43
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
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

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