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bioacoustics articles: J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 129(2), Feb. 2011

Subject: bioacoustics articles: J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 129(2), Feb. 2011
From: Dave Mellinger <>
Date: Wed, 9 Mar 2011 09:45:07 -0800
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
Feb. 2011
Volume: 129
Issue: 2
Long-time trends in ship traffic noise for four sites off the North American 
West Coast
Rex K. Andrew, Bruce M. Howe, and James A. Mercer
pp. 642-651

Beaked whale (Mesoplodon densirostris) passive acoustic detection in increasing 
ambient noise
Jessica Ward, Susan Jarvis, David Moretti, Ronald Morrissey, Nancy DiMarzio, 
Mark Johnson, Peter Tyack, Len Thomas, and Tiago Marques
pp. 662-669

Estimating fish orientation from broadband, limited-angle, multiview, acoustic 
Jules S. Jaffe and Paul L. D. Roberts
pp. 670-680

A method for estimating the orientation of a directional sound source from 
source directivity and multi-microphone recordings: Principles and application
Francesco Guarato, Lasse Jakobsen, Dieter Vanderelst, Annemarie Surlykke, and 
John Hallam
pp. 1046-1058

Measuring positive and negative affect in the voiced sounds of African 
elephants (Loxodonta africana)
Joseph Soltis, Tracy E. Blowers,, and Anne Savage
pp. 1059-1066

Divergence of a stereotyped call in northern resident killer whales
Dawn M. Grebner, Susan E. Parks, David L. Bradley, Jennifer L. Miksis-Olds, 
Dean E. Capone, and John K. B. Ford
pp. 1067-1072

Neural time and movement time in choice of whistle or pulse burst responses to 
different auditory stimuli by dolphins
Sam H. Ridgway
pp. 1073-1080

Echolocation and flight strategy of Japanese house bats during natural 
foraging, revealed by a microphone array system
Emyo Fujioka, Shigeki Mantani, Shizuko Hiryu, Hiroshi Riquimaroux, and Yoshiaki 
pp. 1081-1088

Finding good acoustic features for parrot vocalizations: The feature generation 
Nicolas Giret, Pierre Roy, Aurelie Albert, Francois Pachet, Michel Kreutzer, 
and Dalila Bovet
pp. 1089-1099

Compressive sensing: A strategy for fluttering target discrimination employed 
by bats emitting broadband calls
Bertrand Fontaine and Herbert Peremans
pp. 1100-1110

Auditory evoked potentials in two short-finned pilot whales (Globicephala 
Carolyn E. Schlundt, Randall L. Dear, Dorian S. Houser, Ann E. Bowles, Tom 
Reidarson, and James J. Finneran
pp. 1111-1116

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