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Underwater Sound from Marine Pile Driving Richard B. Rodkin and James A. Reyff 2008 1-3 138-140
Understanding Sonar as a Precursor to Understanding Its Environmental Risks John F. Polglaze 2008 1-3 136-138
Ocean Noise Budgets James H. Miller, Jeffrey A. Nystuen and David L. Bradley 2008 1-3 133-136
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
Air Gun Arrays as Noise Sources: Output, Impact Zones, and Frequency Content Peter T. Madsen 2008 1-3 127-130
The Marine Seismic Air Gun Robert M. Laws and David Hedgeland 2008 1-3 124-127
Criteria for Assessing Ship Noise and Other Broadband Pseudorandom Noise Richard A. Hazelwood 2008 1-3 120-123
Sound-Exposure Metrics for Aquatic Animals Mardi Hastings 2008 1-3 118-120
Metrics Charles R. Greene, Jr 2008 1-3 116-118
Active Sonar Acoustics David M. Fromm 2008 1-3 113-116
Auditory Scene Analysis Richard R. Fay 2008 1-3 106-109
Lateral Line Scene Analysis Andreas Elepfandt 2008 1-3 105-106
Biomechanical and Structural Modelling of Hearing in Baleen Whales Maya Yamato, Darlene R. Ketten, Julie Arruda and Scott Cramer 2008 1-3 100-102
Directional Sensitivity and Sound-Receiving Windows in Dolphins Alexander Y. Supin and Vladimir V. Popov 2008 1-3 98-100
How Do Aquaria and Pond Noise Affect Hearing in Different Fish Species? Monika Stummer and Friedrich Ladich 2008 1-3 95-97
Detection of Sound by Fish: a Minireview Olav Sand 2008 1-3 92-95
Hearing in Marine Carnivores Colleen Reichmuth 2008 1-3 89-92
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
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
Recent Directions in Odontocete Cetacean Hearing Paul E. Nachtigall 2008 1-3 82-85
Amplitude-Versus-Rate Transfer Functions to Tone Burst Stimuli in the California Sea Lion Zalophus californianus Jason Mulsow and Colleen Reichmuth 2008 1-3 80-82
Predicting Cetacean Audiograms David C. Mountain, Aleks Zosuls, Seth Newburg and Darlene R. Ketten 2008 1-3 77-80
Can Longspine Squirrelfish Hear Bottlenose Dolphin? Joseph J. Luczkovich & Mark A. Keusenkothen 2008 1-3 75-77
Effects of Vibrations on the Behaviour of Cockles (Bivalve Molluscs) Ronald A. Kastelein 2008 1-3 74-75
Hearing and Acoustic Communication Underwater in the Clawed Frog Xenopus l. laevis Andreas Elepfandt 2008 1-3 72-74
Masking Robert J. Dooling 2008 1-3 70-72
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
Anthropogenic Sound Sources and the Lateral Line System Sheryl Coombs 2008 1-3 65-68
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
Amphibian Underwater Hearing: Biophysics and Neurophysiology Jakob Christensen-Dalsgaard and Taffeta M. Elliott 2008 1-3 60-62
A Review of Auditory Function of Sea Turtles Soraya Moein Bartol 2008 1-3 57-59
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
Variation in Harp Seal Underwater Acoustic Communication Range Estimations John M. Terhune 2008 1-3 50-52
Humpback Whale Megaptera novaeangliae Social Sounds in Hawai’i Alison K. Stimpert and Whitlow W. L. Au 2008 1-3 48-50
Acoustic Communication in Mysticetes Susan E. Parks and Christopher W. Clark 2008 1-3 45-47
Acoustic Communication in Fishes. David A. Mann and James V. Locascio 2008 1-3 43-45
Role of Ambient Noise as a Selective Factor for Frequencies Used in Fish Acoustic Communication Marco Lugli 2008 1-3 40-42
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
Sound Communication in Fishes and the Influence of Ambient and Anthropogenic Noise Friedrich Ladich 2008 1-3 35-38
Contribution of Biological Sound Sources to Underwater Ambient Noise Levels Magnus Wahlberg 2008 1-3 30-32


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