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Date: Mon, 4 Jan 2010 09:39:44 +1100
Marine Mammal Science
Volume26, Issue1,2010.


pp. 195-201  Changing durations of southern resident killer whale (Orcinus 
orca) discrete calls between two periods spanning 28 years
Monika Wieland, Albyn Jones, Susan C. P. Renn

pp. 239-245  Echolocation sounds of hourglass dolphins (Lagenorhynchus 
cruciger) are similar to the narrow band high-frequency echolocation sounds of 
the dolphin genus Cephalorhynchus
J. Tougaard, L. A. Kyhn


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