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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Noise Measurement, Woodward, C. A., and Gross E. E. , General Radio, Spring, 1969, Volume 2, Number 1, p.1-8, (1969)
Apparent lateralized behavior in gray whales feeding off the central British Columbia coast, Woodward, B. L., and Winn J. P. , Marine Mammal Science, Jan, Volume 22, Number 1, p.64-73, (2006)
Gouge marks on deep-sea mud volcanoes in the eastern Mediterranean: Caused by Cuvier's beaked whales?, Woodside, J. M., David L., Frantzis A., and Hooker S. K. , Deep-Sea Research Part I-Oceanographic Research Papers, Nov, Volume 53, Number 11, p.1762-1771, (2006)
Acoustic characteristics of fish bombing: potential to develop an automated blast detector, Woodman, G. H., Wilson S. C., Li V. Y. F., and Renneberg R. , Marine Pollution Bulletin, Jan, Volume 46, Number 1, p.99-106, (2003)
A direction-sensitive underwater blast detector and its application for managing blast fishing, Woodman, George H., Wilson Simon C., Li Vincent Y. F., and Renneberg Reinhard , Marine Pollution Bulletin , Volume 49, p.964–973, (2004)
Wave-riding dolphins, Woodcock, A. H., and McBride A. F. , Jour. Exper. Biol., 15-Jun-1989, Volume 28, Number 2, p.215-217, (1951)
Sustained swimming in dolphins, Woodcock, A. H. , Science, 14-May-1997, Volume 133, p.952, (1961)
The swimming of dolphins, Woodcock, Alfred H. , Nature, 31-Mar-1989, Volume 161, p.602, (1948)
The cetacean stranding phenomenon: an hypothesis, Wood, F. G. , Biology of Marine Mammals: Insights through strandings. Marine Mammal Commission, 3-Nov-1992<br/>21-Sep-1990, Volume Technical Report MMC-77/13, p.129-188, (1979)
Underwater sound production and concurrent behavior of captive porpoises, Tursiops truncatus and Stenella plagiodon, Wood, Jr., F. G. , Bull. Marine Sci. Gulf & Caribbean, 3-May-1989, Volume 3, Number 2, p.120-133, (1953)
Adaptiveness and ecology of echolocation in toothed whales, Wood, F. G., and Evans W. E. , Animal Sonar Systems, 02-Aug-1999, p.381-425, (1980)
Measuring hearing in the harbor seal (Phoca vitulina): Comparison of behavioral and auditory brainstem response techniques, Wolski, L. F., Anderson R. C., Bowles A. E., and Yochem P. K. , The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Jan, Volume 113, Number 1, p.629-637, (2003)
Background noise from a natural chorus alters female discrimination of male calls in a Neotropical frog, Wollerman, Lori, and R. Wiley Haven , Animal Behaviour, 1//, Volume 63, Number 1, p.15-22, (2002)
Sound detection in teleost fishes, Wodinsky, J., and Tavolga W. N. , Marine Bio-Acoustics, 16-Mar-1992, p.269-280, (1964)
Systematic Source Level Measurements of Whale Watching Vessels and Other Small Boats, Wladichuk, J.L., Hannay D.E., MacGillivray A.O., Li Z., and Thornton S. , The Journal of Ocean Technology, Volume 14, Number 3, p.108-126, (2019)
Investigation of foraging habits and prey selection by humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) using acoustic tags and concurrent fish surveys, Witteveen, B. H., Foy R. J., Wynne K. M., and Tremblay Y. , Marine Mammal Science, Jul, Volume 24, Number 3, p.516-534, (2008)
Range-dependent flexibility in the acoustic field of view of echolocating porpoises (Phocoena phocoena), Wisniewska, Danuta M., Ratcliffe John M., Beedholm Kristian, Christensen Christian B., Johnson Mark, Koblitz Jens C., Wahlberg Magnus, and Madsen Peter T. , eLife, Volume Published online 20 March 2015, (2015)
Acoustic gaze adjustments during active target selection in echolocating porpoises., Wisniewska, Danuta Maria, Johnson Mark, Beedholm Kristian, Wahlberg Magnus, and Madson Peter , Journal of Experimental Biology, Volume 215, Number 24, p.4358-4373, (2012)
High rates of vessel noise disrupt foraging in wild harbour porpoises (Phocoena phocoena), Wisniewska, Danuta Maria, Johnson Mark, Teilmann Jonas, Siebert Ursula, Galatius Anders, Dietz Rune, and Madsen Peter Teglberg , Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, Volume 285, Number 1872, (2018)
Ultra-high foraging rates of harbor porpoises make them vulnerable to anthropogenic disturbance, Wisniewska, Danuta Maria, Johnson Mark, Teilmann Jonas, Rojano-Doñate Laia, Shearer Jeanne, Sveegaard Signe, Miller Lee A., Siebert Ursula, and Madsen Peter Teglberg , Current Biology, Volume 26, Number 11, p.1441-1446, (2016)
Quantitative Measures of Anthropogenic Noise on Harbor Porpoises: Testing the Reliability of Acoustic Tag Recordings, Wisniewska, Danuta M., Teilmann Jonas, Hermannsen Line, Johnson Mark, Miller Lee A., Siebert Ursula, and Madsen Peter Teglberg , The Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life II, 2016//, New York, NY, p.1237-1242, (2016)
Buzzing during biosonar-based interception of prey in the delphinids Tursiops truncatus and Pseudorca crassidens, Wisniewska, Danuta M., Johnson Mark, Nachtigall Paul E., and Madsen Peter T. , Journal of Experimental Biology , Volume 217, Number 24, p.4279-4282, (2014)
The lungs of the larger Cetacea compared to those of the smaller species, Wislocki, George B., and Belanger Leonard F. , Biol. Bull., 18-Apr-1989, Volume 78, Number 2, p.289-297, 2 pls., (1940)
On the structure of the lungs of the porpoise (Tursiops truncatus), Wislocki, George B. , Amer. Jour. Anat., 30-May-1989, Volume 44, Number 1, p.47-78, 3 pls., (1929)
Development of behavior and sound repertoire of a rehabilitating gray whale calf, Wisdom, S, Bowles AE, and Anderson KE , Aquatic Mammals, Volume 27, Number 3, p.239-255, (2001)

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