Sound transmission in the nose of the sperm whale Physeter catodon. A post mortem study

@article{Mhl2001SoundTI,
  title={Sound transmission in the nose of the sperm whale Physeter catodon. A post mortem study},
  author={B. M{\o}hl},
  journal={Journal of Comparative Physiology A},
  year={2001},
  volume={187},
  pages={335-340}
}
  • B. Møhl
  • Published 2001
  • Geology, Medicine
  • Journal of Comparative Physiology A
  • Abstract. During a sperm whale stranding at Rømø, the Wadden Sea, Denmark, on 4 December 1997, we were notified in time to start acoustic transmission measurements in the spermaceti complex 1 h after the specimen was seen alive. Frequency-modulated sound pulses, sweeping from 30 kHz to 10 kHz in 25 ms, were injected at the frontal surface at two positions: at the distal sac, and at the center of the junk (a compartmentalized structure below the spermaceti organ). A hydrophone next to the… CONTINUE READING
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