Animal Bioacoustics

1pAB: Sound Generation and Perception in Animals

1pAB1: Acoustic communication in crocodiles: How do juvenile calls code information?
Nicolas Mathevon, Amelie Vergne (University of Saint-Etienne) and Thierry Aubin (University Paris XI)

1pAB2: Design and field test of a low-cost-portable linear array for marine mammal localization
Omar A. Bustamante (Instituto Politécnico Nacional), Eduardo Romero Vivas (Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas del Noroeste CIBNOR,S.C.) and Sergio Beristain (ESIME, IPN, IMA)

1pAB3: Auditory reaction time measurements and equal-latency curves in the California sea lion (Zalophus californianus) and bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus)
Jason Mulsow (National Marine Mammal Foundation) and James J. Finneran (U.S. Navy Marine Mammal Program)

1pAB4: Methods for determining free-swimming positioning and echolocation beam patterns
Danielle R. Greenhow (University of South Florida), Heidi E. Harley (New College of Florida), Wendi Fellner (Walt Disney World Resorts), Adrienne Cardwell (Mote Marine Lab) and David A. Mann (University of South Florida)

1pAB5: Threshold of hearing for swimming Bluefin tuna (Thunnus orientalis)
Arthur Popper (University of Maryland), Jonathan Dale (Stanford University), Michael D. Gray (Georgia Institute of Technology), William Keith (Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport), Barbara Block (Stanford University) and Peter H. Rogers (Georgia Institute of Technology)

1pAB6: Prey pursuit strategy of Japanese horseshoe bats, Rhinolophus ferrumequinum Nippon, during target selection task
Yuki Kinoshita, Daiki Ogata (Faculty of Life and Medical Sciences), Ikkyu Aihara, Yoshiaki Watanabe (Faculty of Life and Medical Sciences, Bio-navigation Research Center), Hiroshi Riquimaroux (Doshisha University), Tetsuo Ohta and Shizuko Hiryu (Faculty of Life and Medical Sciences)

1pAB7: The alignment problem for bat biosonar beampatterns
Philip Caspers (Virginia Tech), Rongjiang Pan, Alexander Leonessa and Rolf Müller (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University)

1pAB8: Effects of the source location on numerical biosonar beampattern predictions for bat noseleaves
Anupam Kumar Gupta and Rolf Müller (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University)

1pAB9: Investigation of acoustic gaze strategy by Pipistrellus abramus and Rhinolophus ferrumequinum nippon during obstacle avoidance flight
Yasufumi Yamada, Arie Oka, Shizuko Hiryu, Tetsuo Ohta (Faculty of Life and Medical Sciences), Hiroshi Riquimaroux (Doshisha University) and Yoshiaki Watanabe (Faculty of Life and Medical Sciences, Bio-navigation Research Center)

1pAB10: Buckling as a source of sound, with application to the modeling of cicada sound generation
Allan D. Pierce (Boston University), Derke R. Hughes (Naval Undersea Warfare Center), Kossi Edoh (North Carolina A&T State University), Richard A. Katz and Robert M. Koch (Naval Undersea Warfare Center)

1pAB11: Nature of nonlinear mechanisms in the generation and propagation of sound in the cicada mating call
Derke Hughes (Naval Undersea Warfare Center), Allan D. Pierce (Boston University), Richard A. Katz (Naval Undersea Warfare Center) and Kossi Edoh (North Carolina A&T State University)

1pAB12: Giraffe Helmholtz resonance
Elizabeth VonMuggenthaler (Fauna Communications)

2aAB: Conditioning, Segmentation, and Feature Extraction in Bioacoustic Signals

2aAB1: A framework for analyzing bioacoustics audio recordings as multiple instance multiple label data
Raviv Raich, Forrest Briggs, Qi Lou, Xiaoli Fern and David Mellinger (Oregon State University)

2aAB2: Joint classification of whistles and echolocation clicks from odontocetes
Yang Lu (Cooperative Institute for Marine Resources Studies), David Mellinger (Oregon State University) and Holger Klinck

2aAB3: Sparse coding for large scale bioacoustic similarity function improved by multiscale scattering
Herve Glotin (Université du Sud Toulon), Joseph Razik, Sébastien Paris and Xanadu Halkias

2aAB4: Bat species identification from zero crossing and full spectrum echolocation calls using Hidden Markov Models, Fisher scores, unsupervised clustering and balanced winnow pairwise classifiers
Ian Agranat (Wildlife Acoustics, Inc.)

2aAB5: Conditioning for marine bioacoustic signal detection and classification
David Mellinger (Oregon State University)

2aAB6: Robustness of perceptual features used for automatic aural classification to propagation effects
Carolyn M. Binder (Defence R&D Canada), Paul Hines, Sean P. Pecknold (DRDC Atlantic) and Jeff Scrutton (Defence R&D Canada)

2aAB7: Odontocete click train deinterleaving using a single hydrophone and rhythm analysis
Olivier Le Bot, Julien Bonnel (ENSTA Bretagne), Jérôme I. Mars (Grenoble Image Parole Signal Automatique -- GIPSA lab) and Cédric Gervaise

2aAB8: Complexity index and proportional variability to study dolphin whistles
Carmen Bazúa Durán, E. Julieta Sarmiento Ponce (Facultad de Ciencias, UNAM), Brenda P. González Leal (Universidad del Mar) and Camila Rodríguez Bohorquez (Universidad de los Andes)

2pAB: Listening in the Natural Environment

2pAB1: Three directions in research on auditory scene analysis
Albert S. Bregman (McGill University)

2pAB2: Mechanisms of perceiving communication sounds in scenes
Sarah M. Woolley (Columbia University)

2pAB3: The search for a neural basis of communication: Learning, memory, perception and performance of vocal signals
Jonathan Prather (University of Wyoming)

2pAB4: Call perception in mice
Erikson Neilans, David Holfoth (University at Buffalo, SUNY), Kelly E. Radziwon (University at Buffalo), Christine V. Portfors (Washington State University) and Micheal Dent (University at Buffalo, SUNY)

2pAB5: Auditory processing for contrast enhancement of salient communication vocalizations
Alex G. Dunlap, Frank Lin (Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University) and Robert Liu (Emory University)

2pAB6: Influences of perceptual continuity on everyday listening
Barbara Shinn-Cunningham (Boston University), Golbarg Mehraei (Harvard/MIT), Scott Bressler and Salwa Masud (Boston University)

2pAB7: Bugs and bats: Neural analysis of behaviorally relevant sounds in crickets
Gerald Pollack (McGill University)

2pAB8: New observations and modeling of an unusual spatiotemporal pattern of fish chorusing off the southern California coast
Gerald D'Spain, Heidi Batchelor (Scripps Institution of Oceanography), Tyler A. Helble and Peter McCarty

2pAB9: Behavioral responses of anuran amphibians to biotic, synthetic and anthropogenic noise
Peter Narins (UCLA)

2pAB10: Active listening in a complex environment
Melville Wohlgemuth and Cynthia Moss (University of Maryland)

2pAB11: Your attention, please! Determining saliency of competing audio stimuli in natural scenarios
Francesco Tordini (McGill), Albert S. Bregman (McGill University), Anupriya Ankolekar, Thomas E. Sandholm (Hewlett-Packard Laboratories) and Jeremy R. Cooperstock (McGill)

2pAB12: A neuroethological analysis of the information in propagated communication calls.
Frédéric E. Theunissen, Solveig Mouterde (UC Berkeley) and Nicolas Mathevon (University of Saint-Etienne)

3aAB: Perceiving Objects I

3aAB1: Human performance in aural classification of sonar echoes
Nancy Allen (Defence R&D Canada - Atlantic) and Paul Hines

3aAB2: Recognizing objects from multiple orientations using dolphin echoes
Caroline M. DeLong, Amanda L. Heberle, Kayla Mata (Rochester Institute of Technology), Heidi E. Harley (New College of Florida) and Whitlow W. Au (University of Hawaii)

3aAB3: Exploring the capacity of neural networks to recognize objects from dolphin echoes across multiple orientations
Matthew G. Wisniewski (University at Buffalo, The State University of New York), Caroline M. DeLong, Amanda L. Heberle (Rochester Institute of Technology) and Eduardo Mercado III

3aAB4: Object selection by head aim and acoustic gaze in the big brown bat
James Simmons (Brown University), Jason Gaudette and Laura Kloepper (Brown University)

3aAB5: Temporal signal processing of dolphin biosonar echoes from fish prey
Whitlow W. Au (University of Hawaii) and Hui Ou

3aAB6: Dolphin strategies for long-range object detection and change detection
James J. Finneran (U.S. Navy Marine Mammal Program)

3aAB7: Dolphin echolocation is not seeing with sound
Heidi E. Harley (New College of Florida), Wendi Fellner (Walt Disney World Resorts) and Barbara A. Losch (The Seas, Epcot®, Walt Disney World® Resorts)

3aAB8: Auditory object formation in Cope's gray treefrogs (Hyla chrysoscelis)
Mark Bee and Katrina M. Schrode (University of Minnesota)

3aAB9: Auditory scene analysis in budgerigars (Melopsittacus undulatus) and zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata)
Micheal Dent, Erikson Neilans (University at Buffalo, SUNY), Mary M. Flaherty (SUNY Buffalo) and Amanda K. Martin (University at Buffalo, SUNY)

3pAB: Perceiving Objects II

3pAB1: Categories, concepts, and calls: Auditory perceptual mechanisms and cognitive abilities across different types of birds
Allison H. Hahn, Lauren M. Guillette, Marisa Hoeschele, Robert G. Cook and Christopher Sturdy

3pAB2: Reverberlocation in chickadees?
Eduardo Mercado (University at Buffalo, SUNY), Matthew G. Wisniewski (University at Buffalo, The State University of New York), Brittany McIntosh, Lauren M. Guillette and Christopher Sturdy

3pAB3: Localization of flying insects by echolocation
Ikuo Matsuo (Tohoku Gakuin University) and Takuma Takanashi (Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute)

3pAB4: Analysis of Northern bottlenose whale pulses and associated reflections recorded from the Gully Marine Protected Area
Bruce Martin (JASCO Applied Sciences) and Hilary Moors-Murphy (Beford Institute of Oceanography)

3pAB5: Preliminary results from collaborative referring to impulsive sonar sounds
Charles F. Gaumond (U. S. Naval Research Laboratory ), Derek Brock and Christina Wasylyshyn (Naval Research Laboratory)

3pAB6: An auditory perception of changes in the intensity of pulses, presented in complicated sound complex
Liudmila K. Rimskaya-Korsakova (N.N. Andreev Acoustics Institute)

4aAB: Modeling and Measurement of Anthropogenic Noise in Marine Environments

4aAB1: Computing cumulative sound exposure levels from anthropogenic sources in large data sets
Bruce Martin (JASCO Applied Sciences)

4aAB2: Spectral probability density as a tool for marine ambient noise analysis
Nathan D. Merchant (University of Bath), Tim R. Barton, Paul M. Thompson, Enrico Pirotta (University of Aberdeen), D. Tom Dakin and John Dorocicz (University of Victoria)

4aAB3: Global ocean soundscapes
Michael Porter (Heat, Light, and Sound Research) and Laurel Henderson

4aAB4: The effects of sound in the marine environment (ESME) workbench: A simulation tool to predict the impact of anthropogenic sound on marine mammals.
David Mountain, David Anderson and Graham Voysey (Boston University)

4aAB5: Behavioral responses of humpback whales to seismic air guns
Douglas H. Cato (Defence Science & Technology Organisation and University of Sydney), Michael Noad, Rebecca Dunlop (School of Veterinary Science), Robert D. McCauley (Curtin University of Technology), Hendrik Kniest (University of Newcastle), David Paton (Blue Planet Marine), Chandra P. Salgado Kent (Curtin University of Technology) and Curt S. Jenner (Centre for Whale Research)

4aAB6: Prediction of noise of moored ships
Antonino Di Bella and Francesca Remigi (University of Padova)

4pAB: Animal Vocal Modification in Noise

4pAB1: Calling in gray treefrog choruses: modifications and mysteries
Mark Bee (University of Minnesota) and Joshua J. Schwartz (Pace University)

4pAB2: Anthropogenic noise constrains acoustic communication in urban-dwelling frogs
Kirsten Parris (The University of Melbourne)

4pAB3: Acoustic invasion: How invasive species can impact native species acoustic niche?
Camila Both (Universidade Federal de Goiás) and Taran Grant

4pAB4: Impacts of acoustic competition between invasive Cuban treefrogs and native treefrogs in southern Florida
Jennifer Tennessen (Penn State University), Susan E. Parks (Syracuse University), Ray W. Snow (U. S. Department of the Interior) and Tracy L. Langkilde (Penn State University)

4pAB5: Modification of humpback whale social sound repertoire and vocal source levels with increased noise
Rebecca Dunlop (School of Veterinary Science), Michael Noad and Douglas H. Cato (Defence Science & Technology Organisation and University of Sydney)

4pAB6: Variation in the vocal behavior of southern right whales (Eubalaena australis) in coastal Brazilian waters
Susan E. Parks (Syracuse University), Karina Groch (Projeto Baleia Franca), Paulo Flores (Centro Mamíferos Aquáticos (CMA)), Renata Sousa-Lima (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte) and Ildar R. Urazghildiiev (Cornell University)

4pAB7: Are there metabolic costs of vocal responses to noise in marine mammals?
Marla M. Holt, Robin C. Dunkin (University of California, Santa Cruz), Dawn Noren and Terrie M. Williams (University of California, Santa Cruz)

4pAB8: Vocal modifications in primates: Effects of noise and behavioral context on vocalization structure
Cara F. Hotchkin (Naval Facilities Engineering Command), Susan E. Parks (Syracuse University) and Daniel J. Weiss (Pennsylvania State University)

4pAB9: Active ultrasonic vocal communication channel found in Mongolian gerbils through the cochlear microphonics with noise exposure
Hiroshi Riquimaroux, Keizo Fukushima and Kohta Kobayasi (Doshisha University)

4pAB10: Benign exclusion of birds using acoustic parametric arrays
Eric A. Dieckman, Elizabeth Skinner, Ghazi Mahjoub, John Swaddle and Mark Hinders (The College of William and Mary)


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