[MARMAM] MEPS Theme Section on Acoustics in Marine Ecology Published

Brandon Southall Brandon.Southall at sea-inc.net
Fri Dec 4 19:05:51 PST 2009


All,

Doug Nowacek and I wanted to bring the following recent contribution to 
your attention.

A special theme section entitled "Acoustics in Marine Ecology" just 
published in the journal Marine Ecology Progress series is now 
available.  This compliation of empirical and review papers includes an 
introduction and overview of the relevant issues, along with a call for 
new research paradigms and funding strategies, as well as manuscripts in 
three general subject areas: (1) the use of passive listening systems to 
measure and monitor marine ecosystems; (2) active acoustic technologies 
to explore habitat use and predator-prey behavior; and (3) impacts of 
anthropogenic sound on the marine environment.  A weblink to the 
abstracts and a listing of the contributed articles are given below.

http://www.int-res.com/abstracts/meps/v395/

*THEME SECTION*

*Acoustics in marine ecology*
*/Idea: Howard I. Browman/*
*/Coordination: Brandon Southall, Douglas Nowacek/*

*Southall BL, Nowacek DP*
/INTRODUCTION:/ Acoustics in marine ecology: innovation in technology 
expands the use of sound in ocean science
*MEPS 395:1-3* <http://www.typepad.com/abstracts/meps/v395/p1-3/> | 
*Full text in pdf format* 
<http://www.typepad.com/articles/theme/m395p001.pdf> 

*Hildebrand JA*
Anthropogenic and natural sources of ambient noise in the ocean
*MEPS 395:5-20* <http://www.typepad.com/abstracts/meps/v395/p5-20/> | 
*Full text in pdf format* 
<http://www.typepad.com/articles/theme/m395p005.pdf> 

*Van Parijs SM, Clark CW, Sousa-Lima RS, Parks SE, Rankin S, Risch D, 
Van Opzeeland IC*
Management and research applications of real-time and archival passive 
acoustic sensors over varying temporal and spatial scales
*MEPS 395:21-36* <http://www.typepad.com/abstracts/meps/v395/p21-36/> | 
*Full text in pdf format* 
<http://www.typepad.com/articles/theme/m395p021.pdf> 

*Stafford KM, Citta JJ, Moore SE, Daher MA, George JE*
Environmental correlates of blue and fin whale call detections in the 
North Pacific Ocean from 1997 to 2002
*MEPS 395:37-53* <http://www.typepad.com/abstracts/meps/v395/p37-53/> | 
*Full text in pdf format* 
<http://www.typepad.com/articles/theme/m395p037.pdf> 

*Johnson M, Aguilar de Soto N, Madsen PT*
Studying the behaviour and sensory ecology of marine mammals using 
acoustic recording tags: a review
*MEPS 395:55-73* <http://www.typepad.com/abstracts/meps/v395/p55-73/> | 
*Full text in pdf format* 
<http://www.typepad.com/articles/theme/m395p055.pdf> 

*Hazen EL, Friedlaender AS, Thompson MA, Ware CR, Weinrich MT, Halpin 
PN, Wiley DN*
Fine-scale prey aggregations and foraging ecology of humpback whales 
/Megaptera novaeangliae/
*MEPS 395:75-89* <http://www.typepad.com/abstracts/meps/v395/p75-89/> | 
*Full text in pdf format* 
<http://www.typepad.com/articles/theme/m395p075.pdf> 

*Friedlaender AS, Hazen EL, Nowacek DP, Halpin PN, Ware C, Weinrich MT, 
Hurst T, Wiley D*
Diel changes in humpback whale /Megaptera novaeangliae/ feeding behavior 
in response to sand lance /Ammodytes/ spp. behavior and distribution
*MEPS 395:91-100* <http://www.typepad.com/abstracts/meps/v395/p91-100/> 
| *Full text in pdf format* 
<http://www.typepad.com/articles/theme/m395p091.pdf> 

*Sabarros PS, Ménard F, Lévénez JJ, Tew-Kai E, Ternon JF*
Mesoscale eddies influence distribution and aggregation patterns of 
micronekton in the Mozambique Channel
*MEPS 395:101-107* 
<http://www.typepad.com/abstracts/meps/v395/p101-107/> | *Full text in 
pdf format* <http://www.typepad.com/articles/theme/m395p101.pdf> 

*Kaartvedt S, Røstad A, Klevjer TA, Staby A*
Use of bottom-mounted echo sounders in exploring behavior of mesopelagic 
fishes
*MEPS 395:109-118* 
<http://www.typepad.com/abstracts/meps/v395/p109-118/> | *Full text in 
pdf format* <http://www.typepad.com/articles/theme/m395p109.pdf> 

*Benoit-Bird KJ, Dahood AD, Würsig B*
Using active acoustics to compare lunar effects on predator-prey 
behavior in two marine mammal species
*MEPS 395:119-135* 
<http://www.typepad.com/abstracts/meps/v395/p119-135/> | *Full text in 
pdf format* <http://www.typepad.com/articles/theme/m395p119.pdf> 

*Jagannathan S, Bertsatos I, Symonds D, Chen T, Nia HT, Jain AD, Andrews 
M, Gong Z, Nero R, Ngor L, Jech M, Godø OR, Lee S, Ratilal P, Makris N*
Ocean Acoustic Waveguide Remote Sensing (OAWRS) of marine ecosystems
*MEPS 395:137-160* 
<http://www.typepad.com/abstracts/meps/v395/p137-160/> | *Full text in 
pdf format* <http://www.typepad.com/articles/theme/m395p137.pdf> 

*Jensen FH, Bejder L, Wahlberg M, Aguilar Soto N, Johnson M, Madsen PT, *
Vessel noise effects on delphinid communication
*MEPS 395:161-175* 
<http://www.typepad.com/abstracts/meps/v395/p161-175/> | *Full text in 
pdf format* <http://www.typepad.com/articles/theme/m395p161.pdf> 

*Bejder L, Samuels A, Whitehead H, Finn H, Allen S*
Impact assessment research: use and misuse of habituation, sensitisation 
and tolerance in describing wildlife responses to anthropogenic stimuli
*MEPS 395:177-185* 
<http://www.typepad.com/abstracts/meps/v395/p177-185/> | *Full text in 
pdf format* <http://www.typepad.com/articles/theme/m395p177.pdf> 

*Tyack P*
Acoustic playback experiments to study behavioral responses of 
free-ranging marine animals to anthropogenic sound
*MEPS 395:187-200* 
<http://www.typepad.com/abstracts/meps/v395/p187-200/> | *Full text in 
pdf format* <http://www.typepad.com/articles/theme/m395p187.pdf> 

*Clark CW, Ellison WT, Southall BL, Hatch L, Van Parijs SM, Frankel A, 
Ponirakis D*
Acoustic masking in marine ecosystems: intuitions, analysis, and implication
*MEPS 395:201-222* 
<http://www.typepad.com/abstracts/meps/v395/p201-222/> | *Full text in 
pdf format* <http://www.typepad.com/articles/theme/m395p201.pdf> 

*Hatch LT, Fristrup KM*
No barrier at the boundaries: implementing regional frameworks for noise 
management in protected natural areas
*MEPS 395:223-244* 
<http://www.typepad.com/abstracts/meps/v395/p223-244/> | *Full text in 
pdf format* <http://www.typepad.com/articles/theme/m395p223.pdf> 


Brandon L. Southall, Ph.D.
President, Senior Scientist, SEA, Inc.
Research Associate, University of California, Santa Cruz
911 Center Street, Suite B, Santa Cruz, CA 95060, USA
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