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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Factors driving the variability in diving and movement behavior of migrating humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae): Implications for anthropogenic disturbance studies, Kavanagh, Ailbhe S., Noad Michael J., Blomberg Simon P., Goldizen Anne W., Kniest Eric, Cato Douglas H., and Dunlop Rebecca A. , Marine Mammal Science, Volume 33, Number 2, p.413-439, (2017)
Feeding Habits of Franciscana Dolphins (Pontoporia blainvillei): Echolocation or Passive Listening?, Tellechea, Javier S., Perez William, Olsson Daniela, Lima Martin, and Norbis Walter , Aquatic Mammals, Volume 43, Number 4, p.430-438, (2017)
Fine-scale foraging movements by fish-eating killer whales (Orcinus orca) relate to the vertical distributions and escape responses of salmonid prey (Oncorhynchus spp.), Wright, Brianna M., Ford John K. B., Ellis Graeme M., Deecke Volker B., Shapiro Ari Daniel, Battaile Brian C., and Trites Andrew W. , Movement Ecology, Volume 5, Number 1, p.3, (2017)
Fine-scale habitat use in Indo-Pacific humpback dolphins, Sousa chinensis, may be more influenced by fish rather than vessels in the Pearl River Estuary, China, Pine, M. K., Wang K., and Wang D. , Marine Mammal Science, Jan, Volume 33, Number 1, p.291-312, (2017)
First Results of an Underwater 360° HD Audio-Video Device for Etho-Acoustical Studies on Bottlenose Dolphins (Tursiops truncatus), Lopez-Marulanda, Juliana, Adam Olivier, Blanchard Torea, Vallée Marie, Cazau Dorian, and Delfour Fabienne , Aquatic Mammals, Volume 43, Number 2, p.162-176, (2017)
Fluctuations of the peak pressure level of man-made impulsive sound signals propagating in the ocean, Galindo-Romero, Marta, Gavrilov Alexander, and Duncan Alec J. , The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 141, Number 2, p.661-668, (2017)
Fin whale density and distribution estimation using acoustic bearings derived from sparse arrays, Harris, Danielle V., Miksis-Olds Jennifer L., Vernon Julia A., and Thomas Len , The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2018/05/01, Volume 143, Number 5, p.2980-2993, (2018)
Fine-scale movement responses of free-ranging harbour porpoises to capture, tagging and short-term noise pulses from a single airgun, van Beest, Floris M., Teilmann Jonas, Hermannsen Line, Galatius Anders, Mikkelsen Lonnie, Sveegaard Signe, Balle Jeppe Dalgaard, Dietz Rune, and Nabe-Nielsen Jacob , Royal Society Open Science, Volume 5, Number 1, p.170110, (2018)
Finite element simulation of broadband biosonar signal propagation in the near- and far-field of an echolocating Atlantic bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus), Wei, Chong, Au Whitlow W. L., Ketten Darlene R., and Zhang Yu , The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2018/05/01, Volume 143, Number 5, p.2611-2620, (2018)
First record of humpback whale songs in Southern Chile: Analysis of seasonal and diel variation, Español-Jiménez, Sonia, and van der Schaar Mike , Marine Mammal Science, Volume 34, Number 3, p.718-733, (2018)
Fishes in a changing world: learning from the past to promote sustainability of fish populations, Gordon, T. A. C., Harding H. R., Clever F. K., Davidson I. K., Davison W., Montgomery D. W., Weatherhead R. C., Windsor F. M., Armstrong J. D., Bardonnet A., et al. , Journal of Fish Biology, Volume 92, Number 3, p.804-827, (2018)
Food approach conditioning and discrimination learning using sound cues in benthic sharks, Pouca, Catarina Vila, and Brown Culum , Animal Cognition, April 24, (2018)
Frogs adapt to physiologically costly anthropogenic noise, Tennessen, Jennifer B., Parks Susan E., Swierk Lindsey, Reinert Laura K., Holden Whitney M., Rollins-Smith Louise A., Walsh Koranda A., and Langkilde Tracy , Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, Volume 285, Number 1891, (2018)