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Observations on mechanisms and phenomena underlying underwater and surface vocalizations of grey seals Lukasz J. Nowak 2021 6 696-715
Vocal discrimination of African lions and its potential for collar-free tracking Matthew Wijers, Paul Trethowan, Byron Du Preez, Simon Chamaillé-Jammes, Andrew J. Loveridge, David W. Macdonald & Andrew Markham 2021 5 575-593
Assessing spontaneous howling rates in captive wolves using automatic passive recorders Vicente Palacios, Shannon M. Barber-Meyer, Bárbara Martí-Domken & Lori J. Schmidt 2022 5 562-574
Short moan call reveals seasonal occurrence and diel-calling pattern of crabeater seals in the Weddell Sea, Antarctica Fannie W. Shabangu & Russell A. Charif 2021 5 543-563
The communicative life of a social carnivore: acoustic repertoire of the ring-tailed coati (Nasua nasua) Aline Gasco, Humberto F. Ferro & Patricia F. Monticelli 2019 5 459-487
Acoustic communication of Pinnipedia in agonistic behaviour [abstract] T. Yu. Lisicina 1996 4 312-313
Information Content of Coyote Barks and Howls B. R. Mitchell, M. M. Makagon, M. M. Jaeger & R. H. Barrett 2006 3 289-314
Bioacoustics of southern elephant seals. II. Individual and geographical variation in male aggressive vocalisations S. Sanvito & F. Galimberti 2000 4 287-307
Giant otter alarm calls as potential mechanisms for individual discrimination and sexual selection Caroline Leuchtenberger, Renata Sousa-Lima, Carolina Ribas, William E. Magnusson & Guilherme Mourão 2016 3 279-291
Spectral analysis of neonatal wolf Canis lupus vocalizations Coscia, E.M., Phillips, D.P. & Fentress, J.C. 1991 4 275-293
Preliminary analysis of wolf Canis lupus vocalisations recorded in the wild in Italy [abstract] Lorenza Mauri, Marco Apollonio and Ettore Centofanti 1997 3-4 271
Acoustic communication and related behaviour of captive European otters Lutra lutra [abstract] Claudio Gnoli, Claudio Prigioni and Paola Polotti 1997 3-4 270-271
Acoustic monitoring of golden jackals in Europe: setting the frame for future analyses Carlo Comazzi, Silvana Mattiello, Olivier Friard, Stefano Filacorda & Marco Gamba 2016 3 267-278
In-air acoustic repertoire and associated behaviour of wild juvenile crabeater seals during rehabilitation Fannie W. Shabangu, G. J. Greg Hofmeyr, Rachel Probert, Maëlle Connan, Corrine A. Buhrmann & Tess Gridley 2023 3 261-283
Bioacoustics of southern elephant seals. I. Acoustic structure of male aggressive vocalisations S. Sanvito & F. Galimberti 2000 4 259-285
Individual variation of the Female Attraction Call produced by Australian fur seal pups throughout the maternal dependence period J.S. Tripovich, R. Canfield, T. L. Rogers & J.P.Y. Arnould 2009 3 259-276
Spectrographic analysis of cat Felis catus vocalisations during the early months of life [abstract] Clotilde Trinchero, Cristina Giacoma and Roberto Ostellino 1997 3-4 257-258
Methods of frequency analysis of a complex mammalian vocalisation S. K. Darden, S. B. Pedersen & T.Dabelsteen 2003 3 247-263
Classification of diverse call types using cluster analysis techniques Terhune, J.M., Burton, H. & Green, K. 1993 4 245-258
Non-invasive acoustic detection of wolves Stefan M. Suter, Marta Giordano, Silvia Nietlispach, Marco Apollonio & Daniela Passilongo 2017 3 237-248
Vocal repertoire of Asiatic Black Bear (Ursus thibetanus) cubs Liya Pokrovskaya 2013 3 229-245
Weddell seals lengthen many underwater calls in response to conspecific vocalizations Terhune, J.H., Grandmaitre, N.C., Burton, H.R. & Green, K. 1994 3 223-226
A low-cost, high-performance sound capture and archiving system for the subtidal zone [abstract] D. Mellinger 1998 3 222
Measuring acoustic complexity in continuously varying signals: how complex is a wolf howl? Arik Kershenbaum, Éloïse C. Déaux, Bilal Habib, Brian Mitchell, Vicente Palacios, Holly Root-Gutteridge & Sara Waller 2018 3 215-229
Sound production and hearing in marine animals [abstract] Mats Amundin 1998 3 213-214
Easily measured call attributes can detect vocal differences between Weddell seals from two areas J.M. Terhune, S.R. Healey & H.R. Burton 2001 3 211-222
A bark of its own kind – the acoustics of ‘annoying’ dog barks suggests a specific attention-evoking effect for humans Nikolett Jégh-Czinege, Tamás Faragó & Péter Pongrácz 2020 2 210-225
Individuality in the whistle call of the Asiatic Wild Dog Cuon alpinus L.S. Durbin 1998 3 197-206
How a pup identifies its mother in a colony of Antarctic fur seals [abstract] T. Aubin, I. Charrier, N. Mathevon & P. Jouventin 2002 2 186
An Evaluation of Manual and Automated Methods for Detecting Sounds of Maned Wolves (Chrysocyon brachyurus Illiger 1815) Silva Rocha, Luciana; Stamatto Ferreira, L; Paula, B; Guimarães Rodrigues, F; de Sousa Lima Mobley, R 2015 2 185-198
Ontogeny of mother's voice recognition by fur seal pups [abstract] Nicolas Mathevon, Isabelle Charrier Thierry Aubin & Pierre Jouventin 2002 2 185
Discriminating individual sea lions by voice: a neural network signal processing solution to signature call identification [abstract] Robert C. Gisiner, Gregory Campbell & David Helweg 2002 2 185
Subharmonics, biphonation and deterministic chaos in mammal vocalizations I. Wilden, H. Herzel, G. Peters & G. Tembrock 1998 3 171-196
Effects of Noise on Seals and Sea Lions: Laboratory Approaches David Kastak 2008 1-3 169-171
Book Review: Vocal communication in the timber wolf Canis lupus by R.M. Schassburger F.H. Harrington 1996 2 165-168
The Acoustic Structure Of Wolf Howls In Some Eastern Tuscany (Central Italy) Free Ranging Packs Passilongo D., A. Buccianti, F. Dessi-Fulgheri, A. Gazzola, M. Zaccaroni & M. Apollonio 2010 3 159-175
Underwater vocalizations and vocal activity in captive harp seals Phoea groenlandica [abstract] Arturo Serrano and E.H. Miller 1998 2 153
The vocal change of a kitten with craniocerebellar trauma - a case study T. Riede & A. Stolle-Malorn 1999 2-3 131-141
Individual vocal traits of mother and pup fur seals Page, B., Goldsworthy, S.D. & Hindell, M.A. 2002 2 121-143
Chorus howling by wolves: acoustic structure, pack size and the Beau Geste effect Harrington, F.H. 1989 2 117-136
Biphonation as a prominent feature of the Dhole Cuon alpinus sounds Volodin, I.A. & Volodina, E.V. 2002 2 105-120
To Bark or Not To Bark? Vocalization in Red Foxes Selected for Tameness or Aggressiveness Toward Humans S. S. Gogoleva, I. A. Volodin, E. V. Volodina, L. N. Trut 2008 2 99-132
Spotted hyaena whoops: frequent incidence of vocal instabilities in a mammalian loud call G. Peters, M. L. East, H. Herzel, J. R. Henschel, G. L. Mills, K. Wilhelm & H. Hofer 2004 2 99-109
Hearing in Marine Carnivores Colleen Reichmuth 2008 1-3 89-92
Acoustic and temporal features of long distance wolf vocalisations and their possible consequences for signal transmission [abstract] K.-H. Frommolt 2002 1 88
Species-specific characteristics and individual variation of the bark call produced by male Australian fur seals (Arctocephalus pusillus doriferus) J. S. Tripovich, T. L. Rogers & J. P. Y. Arnould 2005 1 79-96
The harmonics to noise ratio applied to dog barks [abstract] Tobias Riede, Guenter Tembrock, Hanspeter Herzel and Leo Brunnberg 2002 1 79
Wolf counting and individual acoustic discrimination by spectrographic analysis [abstract] Passilongo D., Dessi-Fulgheri F., Gazzola A., Zaccaroni M. & Apollonio M. 2012 1 78-79
Weddell seals do not lengthen calls in response to conspecific masking John M. Terhune 2016 1 75-88
Using playbacks to monitor and investigate the behaviour of wild maned wolves Luane Stamatto Ferreira, Júlia Simões Damo, Victor Sábato, Júlio Ernesto Baumgarten, Flávio Henrique Guimarães Rodrigues & Renata Sousa-Lima 2021 1 74-92

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