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WODA Workshop on Underwater Sound

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Subject: WODA Workshop on Underwater Sound
From: Frank Thomsen <>
Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2015 11:31:48 +0000

Dear Colleagues


I am pleased to announce the WODA workshop: Underwater Sound in Relation to Dredging: Translating Science into First-Hand Guidance, on Thursday 26 March 2015, in Paris, France.


The World Organisation of Dredging Associations (WODA) and Central Dredging Association (CEDA) will co-organise this event.


Via interactive presentations, held by international leading experts, guidance will be given on how to assess the effects of underwater sound from dredging operations on marine life.


Participants will learn about:


•           Underwater sound in general and how its impacts should be assessed

•           How underwater sound should be measured

•           Sound levels of various dredging activities

•           Documented impacts of underwater sound from dredging

•           How dredging noise impacts can be managed


The workshop is aimed at:


•           Regulators

•           Policy makers

•           Industry

•           Stakeholders

•           Scientists


For more information about the WS motivation, content and how to sign-on,  please refer to


See you in Paris!


Frank Thomsen



Best regards,


Frank Thomsen


Senior Marine Scientist



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From: [ On Behalf Of Elke Burkhardt
Sent: 15. januar 2015 09:27
Subject: Bioacoustic articles in Animal Behaviour and Ethology – December2014/January 2015


Bioacoustic articles in Animal Behaviour and Ethology – December2014/January 2015


Animal Behaviour, Volume 98, Pages 1-196, e1-e2 (December 2014)

Social and genetic factors mediating male participation in collective group defence in black howler monkeys

Original Research Article

Pages 7-17

Sarie Van Belle, Paul A. Garber, Alejandro Estrada, Anthony Di Fiore


Silvereyes decrease acoustic frequency but increase efficacy of alarm calls in urban noise

Original Research Article

Pages 27-33

Dominique A. Potvin, Raoul A. Mulder, Kirsten M. Parris


When bats are boxing: aggressive behaviour and communication in male Seba's short-tailed fruit bat

Original Research Article

Pages 149-156

Ahana Aurora Fernandez, Nicolas Fasel, Mirjam Knörnschild, Heinz Richner


Sentinel dwarf mongooses, Helogale parvula, exhibit flexible decision making in relation to predation risk

Original Research Article

Pages 185-192

Julie M. Kern, Andrew N. Radfo


Animal Behaviour, Volume 99, Pages 1-1 (January 2015)


With whom to dine? Ravens' responses to food-associated calls depend on individual characteristics of the caller

Original Research Article

Pages 33-42

Georgine Szipl, Markus Boeckle, Claudia A.F. Wascher, Michela Spreafico, Thomas Bugnyar


Endangered pink pigeons treat calls of the ubiquitous Madagascan turtle dove as conspecific

Original Research Article

Pages 83-88

Andrew Wolfenden, Carl G. Jones, Vikash Tatayah, Nicolas Züel, Selvino R. de Kort


Emotions in goats: mapping physiological, behavioural and vocal profiles

Original Research Article

Pages 131-143

Elodie F. Briefer, Federico Tettamanti, Alan G. McElligott


Corrigendum to “Preferred songs predict preferred males: consistency and repeatability of zebra finch females across three test contexts” [Animal Behaviour, 74 (2007), 297–309]

Page 145

M.-J. Holveck, K. Riebel



Ethology Volume 120, Issue 12 Pages i–i, 1147–1255 (December 2014)


No bioacoustics articles in this issue.



Ethology Volume 121, Issue 1 Pages i–i, 1–102 (January 2015)

Vocal Responsiveness to Interfering Sounds By a Frog From The Southern Temperate Forest, Batrachyla leptopus

Pages 26–37

Mario Penna and Jessica Toloza

Article first published online: 16 SEP 2014 | DOI: 10.1111/eth.12314



With best wishes for 2015








Elke Burkhardt


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