Offshore killer whale tracking using multiple hydrophone arrays.

@article{Gassmann2013OffshoreKW,
  title={Offshore killer whale tracking using multiple hydrophone arrays.},
  author={Martin Gassmann and E. Elizabeth Henderson and Sean M. Wiggins and Marie A. Roch and John A. Hildebrand},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={2013},
  volume={134 5},
  pages={
          3513-21
        }
}
To study delphinid near surface movements and behavior, two L-shaped hydrophone arrays and one vertical hydrophone line array were deployed at shallow depths (<125 m) from the floating instrument platform R/P FLIP, moored northwest of San Clemente Island in the Southern California Bight. A three-dimensional propagation-model based passive acoustic tracking method was developed and used to track a group of five offshore killer whales (Orcinus orca) using their emitted clicks. In addition, killer… CONTINUE READING

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