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Discriminating Between Fish Sounds - a Wavelet Approach Mark Wood, Licia Casaretto, Graham Horgan and Anthony D Hawkin 2002 2-3 337-339
A Remote-Controlled Instrument Platform for Fish Behaviour Studies and Sound Monitoring Ingvald Svellingen, Bjørn Totland and Jan Tore Øvredal 2002 2-3 335-336
Acoustical Neural Telemetry from Free-Swimming Fish Allen F. Mensinger and Max Deffenbaugh 2002 2-3 333-334
Analyses of Small Tank Acoustics: Empirical and Theoretical Approaches Tsuyoshi Okumura, Tomonari Akamatsu and Hong Y. Yan 2002 2-3 330-332
In Vitro Whole Brain Preparation of Fish for the Electrophysiological Analysis of Sensory Pathways Michaela Meyer, Dennis T. T. Plachta, Arthur N. Power and Horst Bleckmann 2002 2-3 328-330
The Use of Acoustically Evoked Potentials for the Study of Hearing in Fishes Hong Young Yan 2002 2-3 325-328
Behavioural, Physiological and Pathological Response of Fishes to Air Gun Noise Robert D. McCauley, Jane Fewtrell, Alec J. Duncan and Anita Adhitya 2002 2-3 318-321
Mitigating Seismic Impact on Marine Life: Current Practice and Future Technology Max Deffenbaugh 2002 2-3 316-318
Effects of Seismic Shooting and Vessel-Generated Noise, on Fish Behaviour and Catch Rates Arill Engas and Svein Løkkeborg 2002 2-3 313-316
Natural History in an Unnatural Environment: Can We Help Fish to Help Themselves? Carl R. Schilt 2002 2-3 310-313
A New Method to Investigate the Downstream Migration of Fishes Within a Hydropower Plant Area in a Middle European River - A Possibility to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Behaviour Barriers Wolfgang Schmalz, Maria Siegesmund, Konrad Thuermer, Joerg Kranawettreiser and Hans-Peter Hack 2002 2-3 308-310
Preliminary Evidence for the Use of Sound to Decrease Losses of Aquatic Organisms at a Power Plant Cooling Water Intake Arthur N. Popper, John Balletto, Kenneth Strait, Fred Winchell, Alan W. Wells and Maureen Vaskis 2002 2-3 306-307
An Overview of the Applied Use of Sound in Fisheries and Fish Biology Arthur N. Popper 2002 2-3 303-305
Experiments for Possible Hydroacoustic Discrimination of Free-Swimming Juvenile Gadoid Fish by Analysis of Broadband Pulse Spectra as well as 3D Fish Position from Video Images and Split Beam Acoustics Bo Lundgren and J. Rasmus Nielsen 2002 2-3 297-299
Use of Sound for Localisation of Spawning Weakfish in Delaware Bay (USA) and Effects of Fish Size, Temperature and Season on Sound Parameters M.A. Connaughton, M.L. Fine and M.H. Taylor 2002 2-3 294-296
Passive Hydrophone Census of Sciaena umbra (Sciaenidae) in the Gulf of Trieste (Northern Adriatic Sea, Italy) Clizia Bonacito, Marco Costantini, Marta Picciulin, Enrico A. Ferrero and Anthony D. Hawkins 2002 2-3 292-294
Using Passive Acoustics to Monitor Estuarine Fish Populations Joseph J. Luczkovich and Mark W. Sprague 2002 2-3 289-291
Diversity of Fish Spawning Sounds and the Application of Passive Acoustic Monitoring Phillip S. Lobel 2002 2-3 286-289
Hydroacoustic Fish Assessment in Shallow Water Environments Frank Reier Knudsen 2002 2-3 280-283
Innovative Uses of Fisheries Acoustics in the Northwest Atlantic J. Michael Jech 2002 2-3 277-280
Anatomically Detailed Acoustic Scattering Models of Fish Gavin J. Macaulay 2002 2-3 275-277
Locating Spawning Haddock by Means of Sound Anthony D. Hawkins, Licia Casaretto, Marta Picciulin and Kjell Olsen 2002 2-3 274-286
Bioacoustic Absorption Spectroscopy: Estimation of the Biomass of Fish with Swimbladders Orest Diachok 2002 2-3 271-274
Acoustic Scattering Models of Zooplankton Andone C. Lavery and Timothy K. Stanton 2002 2-3 268-271
Acoustic Excitation of the Fish Swimbladder David T. I. Francis and Kenneth G. Foote 2002 2-3 265-267
Acoustic Scattering by Swimbladdered Fish: A Review Kenneth G. Foote and David T. I. Francis 2002 2-3 263-265
Acoustic Signals and Aggressive Conflicts in the Skunk Loach Botia morleti: Integrating Sensory and Behavioural Approaches Timothy C. Sparkes, Callie Prater, Tomonari Akamatsu and Hong Y. Yan 2002 2-3 257-259
The Significance of the Sounds by Male Gobies (Gobiidae) to Conspecific Females: Similar Findings to a Study Made Long Ago Arthur A. Myrberg, Jr. and John H. Stadler 2002 2-3 255-257
Environmental Constraints on the Acoustic Communication System of Stream Gobies M. Lugli 2002 2-3 252-255
Spawning Behaviour and the Acoustic Repertoire of Haddock Licia Casaretto and Anthony D. Hawkins 2002 2-3 250-252


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