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Rhythmic analysis of sperm whale broadband acoustic signals.
Rhythmic analysis of sperm whale clicks, based on the static Fourier transform, was previously reported in the literature as a tool for extracting the acoustic signature of individual sperm whales… Expand
Localization to verify the identification of individual sperm whales using click properties.
Previous research to identify individual sperm and beaked whales from the properties of their echolocation and coda clicks using cluster analysis has been reported. Although reasonably consistent and… Expand
Identifying individual clicking whales acoustically II: From click rhythms.
Many species of marine mammals live in socially organized groups and exhibit cohesive behavior. Since acoustics is their primary communication tool, it has been suggested that acoustic signal… Expand
EARS buoy applications by LADC: I. marine animal acoustics
Littoral Acoustic Demonstration Center (LADC) scientists have investigated sperm and beaked whale clicks as recorded on Environmental Acoustic Recording System (EARS) buoys to analyze whale behavior… Expand
The Shallow Water Enigma: Optimizing Conventional Logging for Identification of Deep Sea Dynamic Formations
Contextual rhythmic analysis of beaked whale clicks for passive acoustic identification.
The Littoral Acoustic Demonstration Center (LADC) has collected an extensive acoustic library of marine mammal phonations in the Northern Gulf of Mexico, including the Cuvier’s and Blainville’s… Expand
Enhanced oil recovery from denatured algal biomass: Synergy between conventional and emergent fuels
Abstract This work aims to assess the viability of converting algal biomass into production fluids for use in enhanced oil recovery. This proteinaceous biomass, which is the main waste product of… Expand
Acoustic identification of individual beaked whales using self‐organizing maps for automated classification of clicks in Littoral Acoustic Demonstration Center (LADC) data.
The Littoral Acoustic Demonstration Center (LADC) acquired underwater acoustic data from clicking sperm and beaked whales in the Gulf of Mexico during an experiment in July 2007. Expand