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Date: Tue, 31 May 2005 14:46:07 -0700
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
Volume 117, Issue 6, 2005

Donald Redfield Griffin, 1915-2003 [obituary]
p. 3345

Background noise cancellation for improved acoustic detection of manatee
Zheng Yan, Christopher Niezrecki, Diedrich O. Beusse
pp. 3566--3573

Comparison of multifrequency acoustic and in situ measurements of
zooplankton abundances in Knight Inlet, British Columbia
Mark V. Trevorrow, David L. Mackas, Mark C. Benfield
pp. 3574--3588

The significance of high-order resonances of spherical bubbles to the
acoustic response of fish with swimbladders
Richard Barr, Roger F. Coombs
pp. 3589--3599

Echolocation clicks of free-ranging Cuvier's beaked whales (Ziphius
Walter M. X. Zimmer, Mark P. Johnson, Peter T. Madsen, Peter L. Tyack
pp. 3919--3927

Invariance of evoked-potential echo-responses to target strength and
distance in an echolocating false killer whale
Alexander Ya. Supin, Paul E. Nachtigall, Whitlow W. L. Au, Marlee Breese
pp. 3928--3935

Pure tone audiograms and possible aminoglycoside-induced hearing loss in
belugas (Delphinapterus leucas)
James J. Finneran, Donald A. Carder, Randall Dear, Traci Belting, Jim
McBain, Les Dalton, Sam H. Ridgway
pp. 3936--3943

The behavioral response of mice to gaps in noise depends on its spectral
components and its bandwidth
James R. Ison, Paul D. Allen, Peter J. Rivoli, Jason T. Moore
pp. 3944--3951

Marine mammals and noise: Problems with root mean square sound pressure
levels for transients
P. T. Madsen
pp. 3952--3957

Effects of exposure to seismic airgun use on hearing of three fish species
Arthur N. Popper, Michael E. Smith, Peter A. Cott, Bruce W. Hanna, Alexander
O. MacGillivray, Melanie E. Austin, David A. Mann
pp. 3958--3971

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