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.

Continued growth and value of the site depends on YOU.  Please let IQOE know of missing articles related to the field of noise impacts on aquatic life by emailing the article URL or .enw file to ed.urban@scor-int.org 

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2020
Fear of Killer Whales Drives Extreme Synchrony in Deep Diving Beaked Whales, de Soto, Natacha Aguilar, Visser Fleur, Tyack Peter L., Alcazar Jesus, Ruxton Graeme, Arranz Patricia, Madsen Peter T., and Johnson Mark , Scientific Reports, 2020/02/06, Volume 10, Number 1, p.13, (2020)
A field comparison of marine mammal detections via visual, acoustic, and infrared (IR) imaging methods offshore Atlantic Canada, Smith, Heather R., Zitterbart Daniel P., Norris Thomas F., Flau Michael, Ferguson Elizabeth L., Jones Colin G., Boebel Olaf, and Moulton Valerie D. , Marine Pollution Bulletin, 2020/05/01/, Volume 154, p.111026, (2020)
Fin whale 40-Hz calling behavior studied with an acoustic tracking array, Wiggins, Sean M., and Hildebrand John A. , Marine Mammal Science, Volume 36, Number 3, p.964-971, (2020)
Fin whale acoustic presence and song characteristics in seas to the southwest of Portugal, Pereira, Andreia, Harris Danielle, Tyack Peter, and Matias Luis , The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 147, Number 4, p.2235-2249, (2020)
Fish biophony in a Mediterranean submarine canyon, Bolgan, Marta, Gervaise Cédric, Di Iorio Lucia, Lossent Julie, Lejeune Pierre, Raick Xavier, and Parmentier Eric , The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 147, Number 4, p.2466-2477, (2020)
Five members of a mixed-sex group of bottlenose dolphins share a stereotyped whistle contour in addition to maintaining their individually distinctive signature whistles, Jones, Brittany L., Daniels Risa, Tufano Samantha, and Ridgway Sam , PLOS ONE, Volume 15, Number 5, p.e0233658, (2020)
Future Vision for Autonomous Ocean Observations, Whitt, Christopher, Pearlman Jay, Polagye Brian, Caimi Frank, Muller-Karger Frank, Copping Andrea, Spence Heather, Madhusudhana Shyam, Kirkwood William, Grosjean Ludovic, et al. , Frontiers in Marine Science, 2020-September-08, Volume 7, Number 697, (2020)

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