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Threat Vocalisations are acoustically similar between humans (Homo sapiens) and chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) Roza G. Kamiloglu, Cantay Çaliskan, Katie E. Slocombe & Disa A. Sauter In press
Vocal stress associated with a translocation of a family herd of African elephants (Loxodonta africana) in the Kruger National Park, South Africa JJ Viljoen, A Ganswindt, C Reynecke, AS Stoeger, WR Langbauer Jr 2015 1 1-12
Towards an Automated Acoustic Detection System for Free-ranging Elephants Matthias Zeppelzauer, Sean Hensman, Angela S. Stoeger 2015 1 13-29
Techniques for studying the spatio-temporal distribution of animal vocalizations in tropical wet forest Hammer, Ø. & Barrett, N. 2001 1 21-35
The “acoustic adaptation hypothesis” - a review of the evidence from birds, anurans and mammals. E. Ey & J. Fischer. 2009 1-2 21-48
Spatial variation of vocalising dugongs around Talibong Island, Thailand Kotaro Tanaka, Kotaro Ichikawa, Kongkiat Kittiwattanawong, Nobuaki Arai & Hiromichi Mitamura 2023 1 33-47
Recent bioacoustic publications, 1996 and earlier. Part II Mammals etc. Hansen, P. 1998 1 49-67
Automatic acoustic identification of shrew species in the field – new potential monitoring techniques [abstract] Zsebok, S; Czabán, D; Farkas, J 2012 1 62-63
Conceptual Issues in Assessing Phylogenetic Relationships in Mammals on the Basis of their Vocalizations [abstract] Gustav Peters 1992 1 66
Recent Bioacoustical Publications (1997 and earlier). Part II: Mammals-General Hansen, P. 1999 1 73-95
On-line cough recogniser system [abstract] A. Van Hirtum, A. Chedad, J.-M Aerts, D. Berckmans, P. Gustin and B. Moreaux . 2002 1 78
Bats, humans and neural networks discriminate amplitude-modulated FM echoes [abstract] L. A. Miller and D. A. Helweg 2002 1 86
Individual distinct vocalisations in Amazonian manatees Trichechus inunguis [abstract] R. S. Sousa Lima, A. P. Paglia and G. A. B. Fonseca 2002 1 90-91
Cough neural recognition system [abstract] D. Moshou, A. Chedad, A. Van Hktum, J-M. Aerts, D. Berckmans and H. Ramon 2002 1 98-99
Classification of African elephant Loxodonta africana rumbles using acoustic parameters and cluster analysis J. D. Wood, B. McCowan, W. R. Langbauer Jr., J. J.Viljoen & L. A. Hart 2005 2 143-161
Recent bioacoustic publications, 1995 and earlier. Part II Non-primate Mammals to General Hansen, P. 1996 2 151-161
Advances in acoustic censusing of marine mammals [abstract] Jeff Norris and W.E. Evans 1998 2 158
Effect of Environmental Noise on the Florida Manatee Trichechus manatus latirostris Jennifer L. Miksis-Olds 2008 1-3 176-178
Voiced and voiceless human infant cries in an evolutionary perspective [abstract] Daniela Lenti Boero, Carlo Lenti and Francesca Rocca 2002 2 182
Entropy rate as a measure of animal vocal complexity Arik Kershenbaum 2014 3 195-208
Individual differences in the human infant cry in a comparative perspective [abstract] Francesca Rocca, Daniela Lenti Boero & Carlo Lenti 2002 2 195
Quantifying acoustic and temporal characteristics of vocalisations for a group of captive African elephants Loxodonta africana K. M. Leong, A. Ortolani, K. D. Burks, J. D. Mellen & A. Savage 2003 3 213-231
Sound production and hearing in marine animals [abstract] Mats Amundin 1998 3 213-214
Bioacoustic publications, 1989 part III: Mammals, Technical, etc Hansen, P. 1991 3 213-221
Antiphonal vocal bouts associated with departures in free-ranging African elephant family groups (Loxodonta africana) C. E. O'Connell-Rodwell, J. D. Wood, M. Wyman, S. Redfield, S. Puria, L. A. Hart 2012 3 215-224
Marine mammals and man-made noise: current issues [abstract] W. John Richardson 1998 3 216-217
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
New technologies for marine mammal acoustic data capture [abstract] E. J. Harland 1998 3 221
Statistical characterisation and classification of marine mammal sounds by multiple-resolution encoding of training data distributions [abstract] Thomas J. Hayward 1998 3 223-224
Recent bioacoustic publications (2008 and earlier). Part 3: Mammals-General P. Hansen 2010 3 225-264
Infant African Elephant Rumble Vocalizations Vary According to Social Interactions with Adult Females Christina M. Wesolek, Joseph Soltis, Katherine A. Leighty and Anne Savage 2009 3 227-239
Recent Bioacoustic Publications (2002 and earlier). Part 2: Mammals - General P. Hansen 2004 3 229-265
Sex differences in frequencies in a species with modest sexual size dimorphism Gal Frydman, Yael Goll, Eli Geffen & Lee Koren 2023 2 230-240
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
Age group estimation in free-ranging African elephants based on acoustic cues of low-frequency rumbles Angela S. Stoeger, Matthias Zeppelzauer, Anton Baotic 2014 3 231-246
The German Sound Propagation Model MOCASSIN: Integration of a Marine Mammal Database for Improving Protection Measures Stefan Ludwig, Ivor Nissen and Michaela Knoll 2008 1-3 253-255
Book review: Ocean Noise and Marine Mammals Fristrup, K. 2004 3 267-271
Modelling Alternative Sonar Waveforms to Determine Risk Factors for Marine Mammals Martin Siderius, Michael Porter and David Mountain 2008 1-3 268-270
Recent bioacoustic publications, 1991 part III: Mammals, etc. Hansen, P. 1993 4 293-303
Recent Bioacoustical Publications, 1999 and earlier. Part II: mammals-general P. Hansen 2001 4 297-334
Ecological bioacoustics of mammals [abstract] A. Nikol'skii 1996 4 302-303
The study of mammalian sound communication - taking stock [abstract] G. Peters 1996 4 304-305
Communication by falsetto [abstract] G. Tembrock 1996 4 309
Underwater Ears and the Physiology of Impacts: Comparative Liability for Hearing Loss in Sea Turtles, Birds, and Mammals Darlene R. Ketten 2008 1-3 312-315
Cooperative bioacoustic research in the Mediterranean Sea with the Italian Navy [abstract] G. Pavan, D. Nascetti, M. Manghim, M. Priano, C. Fossati & J. F. Borsani 1996 4 318-319
Laughter in response to tickling: a comparative approach [abstract] J. Skirl & D. Todt 1996 4 321-322
Bioacoustic publications, 1988 part II: Birds-Mammals Hansen, P. 1990 4 327-343
Recent Bioacoustic Publications (2006 and earlier). Part 2: Mammals - Techniques Hansen, P. 2007 3 329-365
Assessing Effects of Anthropogenic Noise on the Behaviour of Marine Mammals Douglas P. Nowacek and Peter L. Tyack 2008 1-3 338-341
Ultrasound use by Sunda colugos offers new insights into the communication of these cryptic mammals Priscillia Miard, Lee Sim Lim, Nur Izzati Abdullah, Nurul Ain Elias & Nadine Ruppert 2019 5 397-403


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