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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A large-aperture array of nonlinked receivers for acoustic positioning of biological sound sources, Møhl, B., and Wahlberg M. , Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 109, Number 1, p.434-437, (2001)
Sound transmission in the spermaceti complex of a recently expired sperm whale calf, Møhl, B., Madsen P. T., Wahlberg M., Au W. W. L., Nachtigall P. E., and Ridgway S. H. , Acoustics Research Letters Online-Arlo, Jan, Volume 4, Number 1, p.19-24, (2003)
Sound transmission in the nose of the sperm whale Physeter catodon. A post mortem study, Møhl, B. , Journal of Comparative Physiology a-Sensory Neural and Behavioral Physiology, Jun, Volume 187, Number 5, p.335-340, (2001)
Preliminary studies on hearing in seals, Møhl, Bertel , Videnskabelige Meddelelser fra Dansk Naturhistorisk Forening i Kjobenhavn, Volume 127, p.283-294, (1964)
Underwater calls of the harp seal, Pagophilus groenlandicus, Møhl, B., Terhune J.M., and Ronald K. , Rapports et Proces-verbaux des Réunions. Conseil International pour l'éxploration de la Mer, Volume 169, p.533-543, (1975)
Hearing in seals, Møhl, B. , The behavior and physiology of pinnipeds, New York, p.172-195, (1968)
Echolocation: high frequency component in the click of the harbour porpoise (Phocoena ph. L.), Møhl, B., and Andersen S. , The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 24-Jan-1996, Volume 54, Number 5, p.1368-1372, (1973)
Underwater calls of the harp seal, Pagophilus groenlandicus, Møhl, B, Terhune JM, and Ronald K , Biology of the Seals, Volume 164, p.533-543, (1975)
The monopulsed nature of sperm whale clicks, Møhl, Bertel, Wahlberg Magnus, Madsen Peter T., Heerfordt Anders, and Lund Anders , The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Aug, Volume 114, Number 2, p.1143-1154, (2003)
Auditory sensitivity of the common seal in air and water, Møhl, Bertel , Journal of Auditory Research, Volume 8, p.27-38, (1968)
Sperm whale clicks: Directionality and source level revisited, Møhl, B., Wahlberg M., Madsen P. T., Miller L. A., and Surlykke A. , The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Jan, Volume 107, Number 1, p.638-648, (2000)
Sperm whale size determination: outlines of an acoustic approach, Møhl, B., Larsen E., and Amundin M. , FAO Advisory Comm on Mar Resources Res., Scientific Consultation on Marine Mammals, 17-Dec-1991<br/>17-Dec-1991, Volume 46, Number July 1986, p.4, (1976)
Seal ears, Møhl, Bertel , Science, 5-Feb-1990<br/>27-May-1992<br/>9-Feb-1990<br/>9-Feb-1990, Volume 157, Number 3784, p.99, (1967)
High intensity narwhal clicks, Møhl, Bertel, Surlykke Annemarie, and Miller Lee A. , Sensory Abilities of Cetaceans, 14-Feb-1996, p.295-303, (1990)
Dolphin hearing: relative sensitivity as a function of point of application of a contact sound source in the jaw and head region, Møhl, B., Au W.W.L., Pawloski J., and Nachtigall P.E. , Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 105, Number 6, p.3421 - 3424, (1999)
Frequency discrimination in the common seal and a discussion of the concept of upper hearing limit, Møhl, B. , Underwater Acoustics, 14-Mar-1990, Volume 2, p.43-54, (1967)
Fish bioacoustics: serendipidy in research, Myrberg, Jr., Arthur A. , Bioacoustics, 29-Apr-1998, Volume 7, p.143-150, (1996)
Sound production by males of a coral reef fish (Pomacentrus partitus): its significance to females, Myrberg, Jr., Arthur A., Mohler Martin, and Catala John D. , Anim. Behav., 17-Sep-1992, Volume 34, p.913-923, (1986)
Investigations on the behavior and sonic activity of fishes, Myrberg, Jr., Arthur A. , Final Report to Office of Naval Research (Code 484), Contract N00014-67-A-0201-0004, 5-May-1992, (1970)
Rapid withdrawal from a sound source by open-ocean sharks, Myrberg, Jr., Arthur A., Gordon Charles R., and A. Klimley Peter , Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 64, Number 5, p.1289-1297, (1978)
Distinctive markings of sharks: ethological considerations of visual function, Myrberg, Jr., Arthur A. , J. Experimental Zoology Suppliment, 12-May-1992, Volume 5, p.156-166, (1991)
Fish bio-acoustics: its relevance to the 'not so silent world', Myrberg, Arthur A. , Environmental Biology of Fishes, Volume 5, Number 4, p.297-304, (1980)
The sensory world of coral reef fishes, Myrberg, Arthur A., and A. Lee Fuiman , Coral Reef Fishes: Dynamics and Diversity in a Complex Ecosystem, 22-Nov-2002, p.123-148, (2002)
Sound discrimination by the bicolor damselfish, Eupomacentrus partitus, Myrberg, Arthur, and Spires Juanita , Journal of Experimental Biology, 2-Feb-1999, Volume 57, p.727-735, (1972)
Rapid withdrawal from a sound source by sharks under open-ocean and captive conditions, Myrberg, Jr., Arthur A., Gordon Charles R., and A. Klimley Peter , Technical Report to Office of Naval Research, Contract N00014-67-A0201-0008 and N00014-76-C-0142, 5-May-1992, (1975)