The effect of loading on disturbance sounds of the Atlantic croaker Micropogonius undulatus: air versus water.

@article{Fine2004TheEO,
  title={The effect of loading on disturbance sounds of the Atlantic croaker Micropogonius undulatus: air versus water.},
  author={Michael L Fine and Justin Schrinel and Timothy M. Cameron},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={2004},
  volume={116 2},
  pages={1271-5}
}
Physiological work on fish sound production may require exposure of the swimbladder to air, which will change its loading (radiation mass and resistance) and could affect parameters of emitted sounds. This issue was examined in Atlantic croaker Micropogonius chromis by recording sounds from the same individuals in air and water. Although sonograms appear relatively similar in both cases, pulse duration is longer because of decreased damping, and sharpness of tuning (Q factor) is higher in water… CONTINUE READING
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