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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Framework for assessing impacts of pile-driving noise from offshore wind farm construction on a harbour seal population, Thompson, Paul M., Hastie Gordon D., Nedwell Jeremy, Barham Richard, Brookes Kate L., Cordes Line S., Bailey Helen, and McLean Nancy , 2013/11/01/, Volume 43, p.73-85, (2013)
A framework for understanding noise impacts on wildlife: an urgent conservation priority, Francis, Clinton D., and Barber Jesse R. , Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, Volume 11, Number 6, p.305-313, (2013)
Franciscana bycatch is not reduced by acoustically reflective or physically stiffened gillnets., Bordino, P., Mackay A. I., Werner T. B., Northridge S. P., and Read A. J. , Endangered Species Research, Volume 21, Number 1, p.1-12, (2013)
The Frequency Response of the Vibrissae of Harp Seal, Pagophilus Groenlandicus, to Sound in Air and Water, Shatz, Lisa F., and De Groot Theodorus , PLOS ONE, Volume 8, Number 1, p.e54876, (2013)
The function of male sperm whale slow clicks in a high latitude habitat: Communication, echolocation, or prey debilitation?, Oliveira, Cláudia, Wahlberg Magnus, Johnson Mark, Miller Patrick J. O., and Madsen Peter T. , The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 133, Number 5, p.3135-3144, (2013)
Functional convergence in bat and toothed whale biosonars., Madsen, P. T., and A. Surlykke , Physiology (Bethesda), Volume 28, Number 5, p.276-283, (2013)
Fundamentals of Kalman Filtering: A Practical Approach, Zarchan, Paul, and Musoff Howard , Reston, VA, USA, (2013)
Field assessment of C-POD performance in detecting echolocation click trains of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) , Roberts, Bethany L., and Read Andrew J. , Marine Mammal Science, Volume 31, Number 1, p.169-190, (2014)
Final acoustic and marine species monitoring plan for the Navy's fuel pier replacement project at Naval Base Point Loma, , (2014)
First evidence of fish larvae producing sounds, Staaterman, Erica, Paris Claire B., and Kough Andrew S. , Biology Letters, Volume 10, p.20140643, (2014)
First long-term behavioral records from Cuvier's beaked whales (Ziphius cavirostris) reveal record-breaking dives, Schorr, G.S., Falcone E.A., Moretti D.J., and Andrews R.D. , PLoS ONE, Volume 9, Number 3, p.e92633, (2014)
Formal comment to Gong et al.: Ecosystem scale acoustic sensing reveals humpback whale behavior synchronous with herring spawning processes and re-evaluation finds no effect of sonar on humpback song occurrence in the Gulf of Maine in fall 2006, Risch, Denise, Corkeron Peter J., Ellison William T., and Van Parijs Sofie M. , PLoS ONE, Volume 9, Number 10, p.e109225, (2014)
Forward shift of feeding buzz components of dolphins and belugas during associative learning reveals a likely connection to reward expectation, pleasure and brain dopamine activation., Ridgway, S. H., Moore P. W., Carder D. A., and Romano T. A. , Journal of Experimental Biology, Volume 217, Number 16, p.2910-2919, (2014)
Fouling in your own nest: vessel noise increases biofouling, Stanley, Jenni A., Wilkens Serena L., and Jeffs Andrew G. , Biofouling, 2014/08/09, Volume 30, Number 7, p.837-844, (2014)
Frequency of greatest temporary hearing threshold shift in harbor porpoises (Phocoena phocoena) depends on the noise level, Kastelein, Ronald A., Schop Jessica, Gransier Robin, and Hoek Lean , The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 136, Number 3, p.1410-1418, (2014)
Frequency tuning of hearing in the beluga whale: Discrimination of rippled spectra, Sysueva, Evgenia V., Nechaev Dmitry I., Popov Vladimir V., and Supin Alexander Ya , Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 135, Number 1, p.963, (2014)
Factors Affecting Haul-Out Behavior of Harbor Seals (Phoca vitulina) in Tidewater Glacier Inlets in Alaska: Can Tourism Vessels and Seals Coexist?, Blundell, Gail M., and Pendleton Grey W. , PLOS ONE, Volume 10, Number 5, p.e0125486, (2015)
False killer whale and short-finned pilot whale acoustic identification., Baumann-Pickering, Simone, Simonis Anne E., Oleson Erin M., Baird Robin W., Roch Marie A., and Wiggins Sean M. , Endangered Species Research, Volume 28(2), p.97-108, (2015)
Fin whale sound reception mechanisms: Skull vibration enables low-frequency hearing, Cranford, T.W., and Krysl P. , PLoS ONE, Volume 10, Number 1, p.e0116222, (2015)
Fin whale vocalizations observed with ocean bottom seismometers of cabled observatories off east Japan Pacific Ocean., Iwase, Ryoichi , Japanese Journal of Applied Physics, Volume 54, Number 7, (2015)
First indications that northern bottlenose whales are sensitive to behavioural disturbance from anthropogenic noise., Miller, P. J. O., Kvadsheim P. H., Lam F-P.A., Tyack P. L., Cure C, Deruiter S. L., Kleivane L., Sivle L. D., van IJsselmuide S. P., Visser F., et al. , Royal Society Open Science, Volume 2, p.140484, (2015)
Fish Hearing and Bioacoustics: An Anthology in Honor of Arthur N. Popper and Richard R. Fay, Sisneros, J.A. , (2015)
Frequent and prolonged nocturnal occupation of port areas by Yangtze finless porpoises (Neophocaena asiaeorientalis): Forced choice for feeding?, Wang, Zhitao, Akamatsu Tomonari, Mei Zhigang, Dong Lijun, Imaizumi Tomohito, Wang Kexiong, and Wang Ding , Integrative Zoology, Volume 10, Number 1, p.122-132, (2015)
Further evidence of a context-specific agonistic signal in bottlenose dolphins: the influence of consortships and group size on the pop vocalization, Vollmer, Nicole L., Hayek Lee-Ann C., Heithaus Michael R., and Connor Richard C. , Behaviour, Volume 152, Number 14, p.1979-2000, (2015)