Aquatic Acoustic Archive Literature Library

Prof. Christine Erbe (Director, Centre for Marine Science & Technology, Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia) initiated this Library with funds from the IQOE and programming help from Jon Thompson.  Projects supported by many other funding agencies have enabled its growth.  Thanks to Prof. Erbe and all contributors and supporters.

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Boat noise affects the early life history of two damselfishes, Fakan, E. P., and McCormick M. I. , Marine Pollution Bulletin, 2019/04/01/, Volume 141, p.493-500, (2019)
Noise, Southall, Brandon L. , Encyclopedia of Marine Mammals, 2018/01/01/, New York, NY, USA, p.637-645, (2018)
Repeated exposure to noise increases tolerance in a coral reef fish, Nedelec, Sophie L., Mills Suzanne C., Lecchini David, Nedelec Brendan, Simpson Stephen D., and Radford Andrew N. , Environmental Pollution, 2016/09/01/, Volume 216, Number Supplement C, p.428-436, (2016)
Stress response to anthropogenic noise in Atlantic cod Gadus morhua L, Sierra-Flores, Rogelio, Atack Tim, Migaud Hervé, and Davie Andrew , Aquacultural Engineering, 2015/07/01/, Volume 67, p.67-76, (2015)
Dolphin foraging sounds suppress calling and elevate stress hormone levels in a prey species, the Gulf toadfish, Remage-Healey, L., Nowacek D. P., and Bass A. H. , Journal of Experimental Biology, Nov 15, Volume 209, Number 22, p.4444-4451, (2006)
Stress and Marine Mammals, Aubin, D. J. St., and Dierauf L. A. , Marine Mammal Medicine, Number 13, Boca Raton, p.253-269, (2001)
Cortisol, aldosterone, and leukocytes in the stress response of bottlenose dolphins, Tursiops truncatus, Thomson, C.A., and Geraci J.R. , Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 1986///, Volume 43, Number 5, p.1010-1016, (1986)