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Subject: portable hard disk recorders
From: Anna Nousek <>
Date: Thu, 09 Dec 2004 14:47:44 -0800
recorders, specifically the new high sampling rate models by Fostex (FD-2) and
 Sound Device (722 or 744T).  These will be used to record ambient sounds
 controlled exposure experiments with cetaceans.  Has anyone used them in the
 field yet, particularly with marine applications, and is aware of any hassles
 or conveniences?   
 Additionally, if anyone has experience with any other comparable hard disk
 recorders, their advice would be greatly appreciated.  
 Please stay tuned for a summary of the responses that I receive.  
 Thanks in advance,
 Anna Nousek
 Research Assistant
 Oceanography Department
 Florida State University
 Tallahassee, FL
 phone (850)645-2210

>From  Fri, 10 Dec 2004 16:31:26 -0800
From: Sofie Van Parijs <>
Date: Fri, 10 Dec 2004 16:31:26 -0800
Subject: bioacoustic articles: Animal Behaviour, December 2004

ISSN   : 0003-3472
 Volume : 68
 Issue  : 6
 Date   : Dec-2004
 Female zebra finches require early song exposure to prefer high-quality
 song as adults
 C. Lauay, N.M. Gerlach, E. Adkins-Regan, T.J. DeVoogd
 pp 1249-1255
 Yellow-bellied marmots discriminate between the alarm calls of
 individuals and are more responsive to calls from juveniles
 D.T. Blumstein, J.C. Daniel
 pp 1257-1265
 Female preferences for socially variable call characters in the
 cricket frog, Acris crepitans
 N.M. Kime, S.S. Burmeister, M.J. Ryan
 pp 1391-1399
 Genotype-environment interaction and the reliability of mating
 M.D. Greenfield, R.L. Rodriguez
 pp 1461-1468

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