Blue whale vocalizations recorded around New Zealand: 1964-2013.

  title={Blue whale vocalizations recorded around New Zealand: 1964-2013.},
  author={B. Miller and Kym Collins and J. Barlow and Susannah Calderan and R. Leaper and M. Mcdonald and P. Ensor and P. A. Olson and C. Olavarr{\'i}a and M. Double},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  volume={135 3},
  • B. Miller, Kym Collins, +7 authors M. Double
  • Published 2014
  • Geography, Medicine
  • The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
  • Previous underwater recordings made in New Zealand have identified a complex sequence of low frequency sounds that have been attributed to blue whales based on similarity to blue whale songs in other areas. Recordings of sounds with these characteristics were made opportunistically during the Southern Ocean Research Partnership's recent Antarctic Blue Whale Voyage. Detections of these sounds occurred all around the South Island of New Zealand during the voyage transits from Nelson, New Zealand… CONTINUE READING
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