THE STRUCTURE OF THE DISCRETE CALL REPERTOIRE OF KILLER WHALES ORCINUS ORCA FROM SOUTHEAST KAMCHATKA

@article{Filatova2007THESO,
  title={THE STRUCTURE OF THE DISCRETE CALL REPERTOIRE OF KILLER WHALES ORCINUS ORCA FROM SOUTHEAST KAMCHATKA},
  author={O. Filatova and I. D. Fedutin and A. Burdin and E. Hoyt},
  journal={Bioacoustics},
  year={2007},
  volume={16},
  pages={261 - 280}
}
ABSTRACT The problem of categorization arises in any classification system because classes should be discrete while the characteristics of most natural objects and aspects of nature are more or less gradual. In systematics, this problem usually is solved by creating several levels of categories, such as class, order, family, genus and species. In the existing killer whale discrete call classification, only two levels occur—call type and call subtype. In this paper we describe structural… Expand
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