An overview of fish bioacoustics and the impacts of anthropogenic sounds on fishes†

@article{Popper2019AnOO,
  title={An overview of fish bioacoustics and the impacts of anthropogenic sounds on fishes†},
  author={A. Popper and A. Hawkins},
  journal={Journal of Fish Biology},
  year={2019},
  volume={94},
  pages={692 - 713}
}
Fishes use a variety of sensory systems to learn about their environments and to communicate. Of the various senses, hearing plays a particularly important role for fishes in providing information, often from great distances, from all around these animals. This information is in all three spatial dimensions, often overcoming the limitations of other senses such as vision, touch, taste and smell. Sound is used for communication between fishes, mating behaviour, the detection of prey and… Expand
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