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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Killer whales (Orcinus orca) produce ultrasonic whistles, Samarra, F.I.P., Deecke V.B., Vinding K., Rasmussen M.H., Swift R.J., and Miller P.J.O. , The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 128, p.EL205-EL210, (2010)
Killer whales are capable of vocal learning, Foote, A. D., Griffin R. M., Howitt D., Larsson L., Miller P. J. O., and Hoelzel A. R. , Biology Letters, Dec 22, Volume 2, Number 4, p.509-512, (2006)
Kinematics of foraging dives and lunge-feeding in fin whales, Goldbogen, Jeremy A., Calambokidis John, Shadwick Robert E., Oleson Erin M., McDonald Mark A., and Hildebrand John A. , Journal of Experimental Biology, April 1, 2006, Volume 209, Number 7, p.1231-1244, (2006)
The kurtosis metric as an adjunct to energy in the prediction of trauma from continuous, nonGaussian noise exposures, Qui, Wei, Hamernik Roger P., and Davis Bob , Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 120, Number 6, p.3901-3906, (2006)
Killer whales and whaling: the scavenging hypothesis, Whitehead, H., and Reeves R. , Biology Letters, Dec 22, Volume 1, Number 4, p.415-418, (2005)
Knik Arm crossing pile-driving noise attenuation measures, , Anchorage, Alaska, USA, (2005)
Killer whale (Orcinus orca) hearing: Auditory brainstem response and behavioral audiograms, Szymanski, M. D., Bain D. E., Kiehl K., Pennington S., Wong S., and Henry K. R. , The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Aug, Volume 106, Number 2, p.1134-1141, (1999)
Killer whale (Orcinus orca) auditory evoked potentials to rhythmic clicks, Szymanski, M. D., Supin A. Y., Bain D. E., and Henry K. R. , Marine Mammal Science, 8-Dec-1998, Volume 14, Number 4, p.676-691, (1998)
Killer whale feeding observed underwater, Gladstone, William , Journal of Mammology, 12-Dec-1989, Volume 69, Number 3, p.629-630, (1988)