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Two distinct song populations of Blue Tit Parus caeruleus in the French Mediterranean C. Doutrelant, T. Aubin, S. Hitier & M.M. Lambrechts 1998 1 1-16
Degraded temporal sound features as a function of distance and potential as cues for ranging in birds N. Mathevon 1998 1 17-33
Graded call variation in the Asian cricket frog Rana nicobariensis R. Jehle & A. Arak 1998 1 35-48
Recent bioacoustic publications, 1996 and earlier. Part II Mammals etc. Hansen, P. 1998 1 49-67
Personal Perspective: historical aspects of recording and analysis in anuran bioacoustics 1954-1997 M.J. Littlejohn 1998 1 69-80
Equipment Review: Sony TCD D8 portable DAT recorder P. Riddett 1998 1 81-83
Equipment Review: Tascam DA-P1 portable DAT recorder M. Iannantuoni 1998 1 84-87
Quiet song in song birds: an overlooked phenomenon T. Dabelsteen, P.K. McGregor, H.M. Lampe, N. Langmore & J. Holland 1998 2 89-105
An electronic technique for monitoring the temporal aspects of acoustic signals of captive organisms S. Bertram & L. Johnson 1998 2 107-118
A sound analysis system based on LabVIEW applied to the analysis of suckling grunts of domestic pigs Sus scrofa P.-C. Schon, B. Puppe & G. Manteuffel 1998 2 119-133
Individually distinctive corncrake Crex crex calls: a further study L. May 1998 2 135-148
Advances in avian bioacoustics studies [abstract] Luis F. Baptista 1998 2 149
The acoustic signal and associated behaviour of the longear sunfish Lepomis megalotis [abstract] Dawn L. Johnson 1998 2 150
Stereotypical patterns in humpback whale Megaptera novaeangliae songs: usage and utility [abstract] Eduardo Mercado III, Louis M. Herman and Adam A. Pack 1998 2 150
A preliminary analysis of riverain sound environment based upon sound source species and their acoustic features [abstract] T. Oba 1998 2 151-152
Correlation between vocalization and auditory sensitivity in labyrinth fishes [abstract] Friedrich Ladich and Hong Y. Yan 1998 2 151
Whale hearing in the deep sea [abstract] Sam H. Ridgway, Donald A. Carder, Robert R. Smith, Tricia Kamolnick, Carolyn E. Schlundt and Wesley R. Elsberry 1998 2 152
Mate location in a noisy environment in the cricket frog Acris crepitans blanchardi [abstract] Klaudia Witte, Nicole M. Kime, Walter Wilzcynski and Michael J. Ryan 1998 2 152
Ontogenesis of Drosophila courtship song [abstract] Bruno Moulin and Fanny Rybak 1998 2 153
Underwater vocalizations and vocal activity in captive harp seals Phoea groenlandica [abstract] Arturo Serrano and E.H. Miller 1998 2 153
Individual recognition in the adelie penguin Pygoscelis adeliae and the king penguin Aptenodytes patagonicum two strategies of acoustic communication in a noisy environment [abstract] Thierry Aubin & Pierre Jouventin 1998 2 154
Requirements and resources for instrumentation and software useful in animal bioacoustics [abstract] Charles R. Greene 1998 2 154-155
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
Passive Iocalization of acoustic sources in media with non-constant sound velocity ' [abstract] T. Scott Brandes 1998 2 155-156
Use of acoustic methods to find, locate and recognize singing cicadas in Slovenia, Croatia and Macedonia [abstract] M.Gogala 1998 2 156-157
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
Contour cross-correlation vs. principal components analysis of parameters as methods of estimating distance matrices of dolphin whistles [abstract] Arch McCallum and Melissa Vale 1998 2 157-158
Advances in acoustic censusing of marine mammals [abstract] Jeff Norris and W.E. Evans 1998 2 158
Stories from receivers' end - How do suqrabranchial chambers modulate hearing abilities of sound producing anabantoid fishes? [abstract] Hong Y. Yan 1998 2 159
A new application to record and store directional, pulsed communication sounds in the bottlenose dolphin Tursiops truncatus [abstract] C. Blomqvist, M. Amundin, O. Kröling and P. Gunnarsson 1998 2 159

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