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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Nonlinear phenomena in the vocalizations of North Atlantic right whales (Eubalaena glacialis) and killer whales (Orcinus orca), Tyson, R. B., Nowacek D. P., and Miller P. J. O. , The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Sep, Volume 122, Number 3, p.1365-1373, (2007)
Design of acoustic systems of obtaining bio-acoustic data, Tyrrell, W.A. , Marine bio-acoustics, Oxford, U.K., p.65-86, (1964)
Chronic exposure of Hawaii Island spinner dolphins (Stenella longirostris) to human activities, Tyne, Julian A., Christiansen Fredrik, Heenehan Heather L., Johnston David W., and Bejder Lars , Royal Society Open Science, Volume 5, Number 10, (2018)
Cetacean distributions relative to ocean processes in the northern California Current System, Tynan, C. T., Ainley D. G., Barth J. A., Cowles T. J., Pierce S. D., and Spear L. B. , Deep-Sea Research Part Ii-Topical Studies in Oceanography, Volume 52, Number 1-2, p.145-167, (2005)
If you need me, whistle, Tyack, Peter , Natural History, 8-Nov-1993<br/>8-Nov-1993, Number August, 1991, p.60-61, (1991)
Time frequency fine structure of dolphin whistles, Tyack, Peter L. , Proceedings of IEEE-sp 92TH0478-8 International Symposium on Time Frequency and Time-Scale Analysis. 4-6 October, 1992, Victoria, BC, Canada, pp. 18-20., 8-Nov-1993<br/>8-Nov-1993, Volume 92, Number 31, (1992)
Why do whales sing?, Tyack, Peter , The Sciences, 8-Nov-1993<br/>8-Nov-1993, Volume 13, Number September, 1981, p.22-25, (1981)
Quick Look - Playback of low frequency sound to gray whales migrating past the central California coast - January, 1998, Tyack, Peter, and Clark Christopher , Quick Look Report, 12-Jan-1999, p.1-34, (1998)
Acoustic behavior of beaked whales, with implications for acoustic monitoring, Tyack, P. L., Johnson M. P., Zimmer W. M. X., de Soto N. A., and Madsen P. T. , Oceans 2006, Volumes 1-4, p.509-514, (2006)
Beaked whales respond to simulated and actual navy sonar, Tyack, P. L., Zimmer W. M. X., Moretti D., Southall B. L., Claridge D. E., Durban J. W., Clark C. W., D'Amico A., DiMarzio N., Jarvis S., et al. , PLoS ONE, Mar 14, Volume 6, Number 3, p.e17009, (2011)
Population biology, social behavior and communication in whales and dolphins, Tyack, Peter , Tree, 8-Nov-1993<br/>8-Nov-1993<br/>8-Nov-1993, Volume 1, Number 6, p.144-150, (1986)
Implications for marine mammals of large-scale changes in the marine acoustic environment, Tyack, Peter L. , Journal of Mammalogy, 2008/06/01, Volume 89, Number 3, p.549-558, (2008)
Let's have less public relations and more ecology, Tyack, Peter L. , Oceanus, 13-Nov-1989<br/>25-Jul-1991, Volume 32, Number 1, p.103-108, 5 photos, (1989)
Interactions between singing Hawaiian humpacks whales and conspecifics nearby, Tyack, Peter , Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 8-Nov-1993, Volume 8, p.105-116, (1981)
Development and social functions of signature whisltes in bottlenose dolphins Tursiops truncatus, Tyack, Peter , Bioacoustics, 14-July-1999<br/>14-July-1999<br/>14-July-1999<br/>04-Aug-1999<b, Volume 8, p.21-46, (1997)
Convergence of calls as animals form social bonds, active compensation for noisy communication channels, and the evolution of vocal learning in mammals, Tyack, P. L. , Journal of Comparative Psychology, Aug, Volume 122, Number 3, p.319-331, (2008)
Communication and acoustic behavior of dolphins and whales, Tyack, Peter L., and Clark Christopher W. , Hearing by Whales and Dolphins, New York, p.156-224, (2000)
Extreme diving of beaked whales, Tyack, P. L., Johnson M., Soto N. A., Sturlese A., and Madsen P. T. , Journal of Experimental Biology, Nov 1, Volume 209, Number 21, p.4238-4253, (2006)
Whistle repertoires of two bottlenose dolphins, Tursiops truncatus: mimicry of signature whistles?, Tyack, Peter , Behavior Ecology and Sociobiology, 8-Nov-1993, Volume 18, p.251-257, (1986)
Humpback whales respond to sounds of their neighbors, Tyack, Peter Lloyd , Dissertation Abstracts International, 6-Dec-1988<br/>8-Nov-1988, Volume 44, Number 1, (1983)
Patterns of vocalization in wild Tursiops truncatus, Tyack, Peter , Boston, Massachussetts, (1976)
How a seal hears the world: first recordings from the seal's point of view, Tyack, Peter , Oceanus, 25-Mar-1999<br/>25-Mar-1999, Volume 39, Number 1, p.32, (1996)
Functional aspects of cetacean communication, Tyack, P. L. , Cetacean Societies: Field Studies of Dolphins and Whales, Chicago, IL, p.270-307, (2000)
An optical telemetry device to identify which dolphin produces a sound, Tyack, Peter , Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 78, Number 5, p.1892-1895, (1985)
Male competition in large groups of wintering humpback whales, Tyack, Peter, and Whitehead Hal , Behaviour, Volume 83, Number 1/2, p.132-154, (1983)