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Extreme diving of beaked whales
SUMMARY Sound-and-orientation recording tags (DTAGs) were used to study 10 beaked whales of two poorly known species, Ziphius cavirostris (Zc) and Mesoplodon densirostris (Md). Acoustic behaviour inExpand
Studying the behaviour and sensory ecology of marine mammals using acoustic recording tags: a review
Many marine animals use sound passively or actively for communication, foraging, predator avoidance, navigation, and to sense their environment. The advent of acoustic recording tags has allowedExpand
Vessel noise effects on delphinid communication
Increasing numbers and speeds of vessels in areas with populations of cetaceans may have the cumulative effect of reducing habitat quality by increasing the underwater noise level. Here, we first useExpand
Do Marine Mammals Experience Stress Related to Anthropogenic Noise
This paper could not have been written without the financial and organizational support from Dieter Paulmann and Jo Hastie respectively. Thanks are also due to two anonymous reviewers, whose commentsExpand
Anthropogenic Noise as a Stressor in Animals: A Multidisciplinary Perspective
This paper could not have been written without the financial and organizational support from Dieter Paulmann and Jo Hastie respectively. Thanks are also due to 2 anonymous reviewers, whose commentsExpand
Source parameters of echolocation clicks from wild bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops aduncus and Tursiops truncatus).
The Indian Ocean and Atlantic bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops aduncus and Tursiops truncatus) are among the best studied echolocating toothed whales. However, almost all echolocation studies onExpand
DOES INTENSE SHIP NOISE DISRUPT FORAGING IN DEEP-DIVING CUVIER'S BEAKED WHALES (ZIPHIUS CAVIROSTRIS)?
While the auditory systems of cetaceans have evolved to cope with fluctuating noise levels from natural sources, there is a growing concern that underwater noise from some anthropogenic activitiesExpand
Calling under pressure: short-finned pilot whales make social calls during deep foraging dives
Toothed whales rely on sound to echolocate prey and communicate with conspecifics, but little is known about how extreme pressure affects pneumatic sound production in deep-diving species with aExpand
Mitigation of vessel-strike mortality of endangered Bryde’s whales in the Hauraki Gulf, New Zealand
Abstract Collisions between traffic and wildlife can have population-level consequences and carry economic costs. Vessel-strike may threaten the viability of whale populations especially whereExpand
Beaked whales
with other cats. Finally, cats need to read and understand human behaviour better (which is where dogs have really excelled). Bradshaw argues that early socialisation and training can help achieveExpand
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