[MARMAM] New Publication: Impulsive Sounds Produced by Humpback Whale Surface Active Behavior

Eden Zang edenzang at gmail.com
Fri Jan 26 16:40:49 PST 2024


Aloha,

My co-authors and I are happy to share that our note, "Impulsive sounds
produced by humpback whale surface active behavior recorded on acoustic
tags and bottom‐moored recorders" has been published in the latest issue
(Jan 2024) of Marine Mammal Science. The paper utilizes data from Office of
National Marine Sanctuary acoustic monitoring project, SanctSound,
<https://sanctsound.ioos.us/> and Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National
Marine Sanctuary collaborative tagging efforts with University of Hawai'i
Hilo and The Dolphin Institute. The paper describes impulsive sounds
associated with humpback whale surface-active behaviors and how these
signals can contribute to the overall soundscape where humpbacks are
present.

You can access a full text version of the article via this link,
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/share/author/FRF3KPNGDW3B92YUWAZD?target=10.1111/mms.13085
.

Feel free to share this widely with your network. Please let me know if you
have any questions!

*Eden J. Zang*
Pacific Islands Sanctuary Sound Monitoring & Science Coordinator
National Marine Sanctuary Foundation
providing assistance to
NOAA Office of National Marine Sanctuaries
Science and Heritage Division
Office: (808) 879-2818
Mobile: (602) 421-0013
eden.zang at noaa.gov
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