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Key research questions of global importance for cetacean conservation
Limited resources and increasing environmental concerns have prompted calls to identify the critical questions that most need to be answered to advance conservation, thereby providing an agenda forExpand
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Repeated call sequences and behavioural context in long-finned pilot whales off Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada
Abstract Repeated calls are part of the vocal repertoire of a diverse array of species, often presented in sequences that take time and effort on the part of the signal producer. Rhythmic repeatedExpand
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Bird Damage to Fruit Crops: A Comparison of Several Deterrent Techniques
Author(s): Steensma, Karen; Lindell, Catherine; Leigh, Deanna; Burrows, Colleen; Wieferich, Shayna; Zwamborn, Elizabeth | Abstract: Economic impacts, risk factors, and deterrent strategies related toExpand
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Audio files to Figure 1 of: The baroque potheads: modification and embellishment in repeated call sequences of long-finned pilot whales
Audio files to spectrogram examples of sequences with (A) stable (B) embellished — with a buzz before the first and last calls — and (C) morphed transition types for repeated call sequences made byExpand
Joint observatories following a single male Cachalot during 12 weeks —The Yukusam story
From 11 February to 31 March 2018, a lone male sperm whale visited coastal waters from the northeast to southern ends of Vancouver Island. This whale, named "Yukusam" after the Namgis First NationExpand
Repeated Call Sequences in Long-finned Pilot Whales: Social Setting, Modification, and Behavioural Context
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The baroque potheads: modification and embellishment in repeated call sequences of long-finned pilot whales
Vocal variation within calls that are generally stereotyped suggests multiple simultaneous functions. These vocal cues may be especially important for group-living species. We describe twoExpand
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