[MARMAM] special issue of JASA on marine mammal passive acoustics

Dave Mellinger David.Mellinger at oregonstate.edu
Wed Sep 25 12:33:01 PDT 2013


The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (JASA) has published a special issue on Methods for Marine Mammal Passive Acoustics.  Many papers in this issue came out of the Fifth International Workshop on Detection, Classification, Localization, and Density Estimation of Marine Mammals using Passive Acoustics, which was held at Mt. Hood, Oregon in August 2011.  As an editor of this special issue, I say "thank you" to all the authors, reviewers, and editors who helped make it happen.

You can obtain the papers from the special issue by contacting the authors or, if you have a JASA subscription, downloading them from the JASA website.

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SPECIAL ISSUE ON METHODS FOR MARINE MAMMAL PASSIVE ACOUSTICS
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 134(3), September 2013

Introduction to the special issue on methods for marine mammal passive acoustics
David K. Mellinger and Sara L. Heimlich
pp. 2381-2382

Methods for tracking multiple marine mammals with wide-baseline passive acoustic arrays
Eva-Marie Nosal
pp. 2383-2392

Effects of different analysis techniques and recording duty cycles on passive acoustic monitoring of killer whales
Amalis Riera, John K. Ford, and N. Ross Chapman
pp. 2393-2404

A practical weighting function for harbor porpoise underwater sound level measurements
John M. Terhune
pp. 2405-2408

Effect of towed array stability on instantaneous localization of marine mammals
A. M. von Benda-Beckmann, S. P. Beerens, and S. P. van IJsselmuide
pp. 2409-2417

A multimodal detection model of dolphins to estimate abundance validated by field experiments
Tomonari Akamatsu, Tamaki Ura, Harumi Sugimatsu, Rajendar Bahl, Sandeep Behera, Sudarsan Panda, Muntaz Khan, S. K. Kar, C. S. Kar, Satoko Kimura, and Yukiko Sasaki-Yamamoto
pp. 2418-2426

Automatic detection and classification of odontocete whistles
Douglas Gillespie, Marjolaine Caillat, Jonathan Gordon, and Paul White
pp. 2427-2437

Acoustically derived growth rates of sperm whales (Physeter macrocephalus) in Kaikoura, New Zealand
Brian S. Miller, Abraham Growcott, Elisabeth Slooten, and Stephen M. Dawson
pp. 2438-2445

Acoustic tracking of sperm whales in the Gulf of Alaska using a two-element vertical array and tags
Delphine Mathias, Aaron M. Thode, Jan Straley, and Russel D. Andrews
pp. 2446-2461

Determining the detection thresholds for harbor porpoise clicks of autonomous data loggers, the Timing Porpoise Detectors
Ursula K. Verfuss, Michael Dahne, Anja Gallus, Martin Jabbusch, and Harald Benke
pp. 2462-2468

The effects of acoustic misclassification on cetacean species abundance estimation
Marjolaine Caillat, Len Thomas, and Douglas Gillespie
pp. 2469-2476

An automatic detection algorithm for extracting the representative frequency of cetacean tonal sounds
Tzu-Hao Lin, Lien-Siang Chou, Tomonari Akamatsu, Hsiang-Chih Chan, and Chi-Fang Chen
pp. 2477-2485

Trackline and point detection probabilities for acoustic surveys of Cuvier's and Blainville's beaked whales
Jay Barlow, Peter L. Tyack, Mark P. Johnson, Robin W. Baird, Gregory S. Schorr, Russel D. Andrews, and Natacha Aguilar de Soto
pp. 2486-2496

Passive acoustic monitoring of Cook Inlet beluga whales (Delphinapterus leucas)
Marc O. Lammers, Manuel Castellote, Robert J. Small, Shannon Atkinson, Justin Jenniges, Anne Rosinski, Julie N. Oswald, and Chris Garner
pp. 2497-2504

Acoustic detection and long-term monitoring of pygmy blue whales over the continental slope in southwest Australia
Alexander N. Gavrilova and Robert D. McCauley
pp. 2505-2513

Methodology and results of calibration of tonal click detectors for small odontocetes (C-PODs)
Michael Dahne, Ursula Katharina Verfuss, Anja Brandecker, Ursula Siebert, and Harald Benke
pp. 2514-2522

Predictions from harbor porpoise habitat association models are confirmed by long-term passive acoustic monitoring
Kate L. Brookes, Helen Bailey, and Paul M. Thompson
pp. 2523-2533

Underwater passive acoustic localization of Pacific walruses in the northeastern Chukchi Sea
Brendan P. Rideout, Stan E. Dosso, and David E. Hannay
pp. 2534-2545

Automated segmentation of linear time-frequency representations of marine-mammal sounds
Florian Dadouchi, Cedric Gervaise, Cornel Ioana, Julien Huillery, and Jerome I. Mars
pp. 2546-2555

Site specific probability of passive acoustic detection of humpback whale calls from single fixed hydrophones
Tyler A. Helble, Gerald L. D'Spain, John A. Hildebrand, Gregory S. Campbell, Richard L. Campbell, and Kevin D. Heaney
pp. 2556-2570

Calling depths of baleen whales from single sensor data: Development of an autocorrelation method using multipath localization
Robert D. Valtierra, R. Glynn Holt, Danielle Cholewiak, and Sofie M. Van Parijs
pp. 2571-2581

Source levels of dugong (Dugong dugon) vocalizations recorded in Shark Bay
Miles J. G. Parsons, Dave Holley, and Robert D. McCauley
pp. 2582-2588

Passive acoustic monitoring using a towed hydrophone array results in identification of a previously unknown beaked whale habitat
Tina M. Yack, Jay Barlow, John Calambokidis, Brandon Southall, and Shannon Coates
pp. 2589-2595

Acoustic detection probability of bottlenose dolphins, Tursiops truncatus, with static acoustic dataloggers in Cardigan Bay, Wales
Hanna K. Nuuttila, Len Thomas, Jan G. Hiddink, Rhiannon Meier, John R. Turner, James D. Bennell, Nick J. C. Tregenza, and Peter G. H. Evans
pp. 2596-2609

Range estimation of cetaceans with compact volumetric arrays
Walter M. X. Zimmer
pp. 2610-2618


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