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The acoustic repertoire of wild common bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) in Walvis Bay, Namibia Gridley, T, Nastasi, A, Kriesell, H. J. and Elwen, S. H. 2015 2 153-174
Underwater vocalizations and vocal activity in captive harp seals Phoea groenlandica [abstract] Arturo Serrano and E.H. Miller 1998 2 153
Requirements and resources for instrumentation and software useful in animal bioacoustics [abstract] Charles R. Greene 1998 2 154-155
Intra- and interspecific differences in agonisitic vocalizations in croaking gouramis (Genus: Trichopsis, Anabantoidei, Teleostei) Ladich, F., Bischof, C., Schleinzer, G. & Fuchs, A. 1992 2 131-141
Handling dolphin detections from C-PODs, with the development of acoustic parameters for verification and the exploration of species identification possibilities. James R. Robbins, Anja Brandecker, Michelle Cronin, Mark Jessopp, Rob McAllen & Ross Culloch 2016 2 99-110
Video endoscopy of the dolphin sonar signal generator [abstract] J.A. Carr, T.W. Cranford, W.G. Van Bonn, M.S. Chaplin, D.A. Carder, T. Kamolnick, S.H. Ridgway 1998 2 155
Variability in the performance of the spectrogram correlation detector for Northeast Pacific blue whale calls Ana Sirovic 2016 2 145-160
Passive Iocalization of acoustic sources in media with non-constant sound velocity ' [abstract] T. Scott Brandes 1998 2 155-156
Differences between male, female and juvenile haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus L.) sounds Licia Casaretto, Marta Picciulin & Anthony D. Hawkins 2016 2 111-125
Distributions of sperm whales along the northwestern and central continental slope in the Gulf of Mexico as determined from an acoustic survey [abstract] Troy D. Sparks 1998 2 157
Evidence for a hydrodynamic mechanism of sound production by courting males of the notchtongue goby, Bathygobius curacao (Metzelaar) Stadler, J.H. 2002 2 145-152
Ocean acoustic observatory for passive monitoring of the ocean [abstract] Khosrow Lashkari and S. Lowder 1998 3 221-222
Passive acoustic detection of sounds produced by the damselfish, Dascyllus albisella (Pomacentridae) D.A. Mann and P.S. Lobel 1995 3 199-213
A low-cost, high-performance sound capture and archiving system for the subtidal zone [abstract] D. Mellinger 1998 3 222
Sound production and hearing in marine animals [abstract] Mats Amundin 1998 3 213-214
Analysing the dynamics of dolphin biosonar behaviour during search and detection tasks [abstract] John E. Sigurdson 1998 3 222-223
Book review: Ocean Noise and Marine Mammals Fristrup, K. 2004 3 267-271
The sea animal noise database system (SANDS) [abstract] N. J. Felgate and L. J. Lloyd 1998 3 215
Statistical characterisation and classification of marine mammal sounds by multiple-resolution encoding of training data distributions [abstract] Thomas J. Hayward 1998 3 223-224
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 3 295-311
A narrow band bio-sonar: investigating echolocation in the harbour porpoise Phocoena phocoena [abstract] A. D. Goodson 1998 3 215-216
Dolphin whistle classification with the 'Dolphin' software [abstract] C. Sturtivant and S. Datta 1998 3 224
Visualising wave propagation in bio-acoustic lens structures using the transmission line modelling method [abstract] J. A. Flint, A. D. Goodson and S. C. Pomeroy 1998 3 216
Software tools for real-time IPI measurements on sperm whale sounds [abstract] G. Pavan, M. Priano, M. Manghi and C. Fossati 1998 3 224-225
Brays and bits: information theory applied to acoustic communication sequences of bottlenose dolphins A. R. Luís, I. S. Alves, F. V. Sobreira, M. N. Couchinho & M. E. dos Santos 2019 3 286-296
Marine mammals and man-made noise: current issues [abstract] W. John Richardson 1998 3 216-217
Matlab modelling of shallow water sound fields to explain the aversive behaviour of a harbour porpoise [abstract] P.R. Connelly, A.D. Goodson and C.R. Coggrave 1998 3 227-228
Cetacean disturbance by high speed ferries: a preliminary assessment [abstract] L. J. Browning, A.D. Williams and E. Harland 1998 3 220-221
A non-intrusive tracking technique for dolphins interacting with a pelagic trawl using a sparse array of hydrophones [abstract] P. R. Connelly, B. Woodward and A. D. Goodson 1998 3 228
Off-line acoustic analysis of dolphin echolocation behaviour [abstract] K. Lucke and A.D. Goodson 1998 3 226-227
Concurrent recording of dolphin behaviours, frequency-modulated tones, and pulsed vocalisations (including echolocation clicks) underwater with a swimmer-propelled system [abstract] Kathleen M. Dudzinski and D. Newborough 1998 3 229
First Description of Atlantic Humpback Dolphin Sousa teuszii Whistles, Recorded Off Angola C.R Weir 2010 3 211-224
Underwater sound production in a neotropical anuran Dudley, R. & Rand, A.S. 1992 3 211-216
The Cetacean Sound Library of the Interdisciplinary Center for Bioacoustics and Environmental Research [abstract] M. Priano, G. Pavan, M. Manghi and C. Fossati 1998 3 233
Design and development of a programmable underwater device for acoustic data recording and retrieval [abstract] J. C. Jones, A. Di Meglio, R. Browne and L. S. Wang 1998 3 229-230
The structure of the discrete call repertoire of killer whales Orcinus orca from Southeast Kamchatka O. A. Filatova, I. D. Fedutin, A. M. Burdin & E. Hoyt 2007 3 261-280
Adult female-calf acoustic communication signals in migrating east Australian humpback whales Katherine L. Indeck, Elisa Girola, Maëlle Torterotot, Michael J. Noad & Rebecca A. Dunlop 2021 3
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
The time resolution of the dolphin's sonar: what is actual? [abstract] G.L. Zaslavskiy 1998 3 235
Development of a simplified ray path model for estimating the range and depth of vocalising marine mammals [abstract] P.A. Lepper, K. Kaschner, P.R. Connelly and A.D. Goodson 1998 3 231-232
Synthetic communication signals influence wild harbour porpoise (Phocoena phocoena) behaviour Culik, Boris; von Dorrien, Christian; Müller, Vailett; Conrad, Matthias 2015 3 201-221
Acoustic species-characteristic features of communication signals of marine mammals: the potential of source level estimates for some free-ranging north Atlantic odontocetes [abstract] K. Kaschner, A.D. Goodson, P.R. Connelly and P.A. Lepper 1998 3 230-231
Micro-controller based deterrents: acoustic devices to reduce harbour porpoise Phocoena phoeoena incidental catch in gillnets [abstract] D. Newborough, A. D. Goodson and B. Woodward 1998 3 232-233
Biphonic calls as signature whistles in a free-ranging bottlenose dolphin Elena Papale, Gaspare Buffa, Francesco Filiciotto, Vincenzo Maccarrone, Salvatore Mazzola, Maria Ceraulo, Cristina Giacoma & Giuseppa Buscaino 2015 3 223-231
Understanding the impact of sonars on the marine environment [abstract] A. D. Heathershaw, P.D. Ward, S.A.S. Jones and R. Rogers 1998 3 218
Automatic dolphin whistle detection, extraction, encoding and classification [abstract] C. Sturtivant and S. Datta 1998 3 234
U.S. Navy Surveillance Towed Array Sensor System Low Frequency Active (SURTASS LFA) -protecting the marine environment in system deployment [abstract] Joseph S. Johnson and Clayton H. Spikes 1998 3 219
Principles of tracking bio-sonar sources underwater [abstract] B. Woodward 1998 3 234
Underwater sound recording of animals Watkins, W.A. & Daher, M.A. 1992 3 195-209
Are low frequency sounds a marine hearing hazard: a case study in the Canary Islands [abstract] M. André, C. Kamminga and D. Ketten 1998 3 220


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