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Individual and local variations in the song of the snow bunting (Plectrophenax nivalis) on Spitzbergen Y. Espmark 1995 2 117-133
Personal Perspective: How I got started in Bioacoustics William N. Tavolga 1996 4 281-286
Respiratory muscle function in relation to vocalization in flying bats [abstract] W. C. Lancaster & O. W. Henson, Jr 1995 3 218-219
Audio cassette review: Voices of neotropical wood warblers: Parulidae Vielliard, J. 1995 2 181-183
Context-related vocalizations in bottlenosed dolphins [abstract] V. M. Janik 1995 3 219-220
SYNTANA: a software for the SYNThesis and ANAlysis of animal sounds [abstract] Thierry Aubin 1994 1 80-81
Monitoring biodiversity through natural sound diversity [abstract] Teruyo Oba 1996 4 303
Acoustic communication of Pinnipedia in agonistic behaviour [abstract] T. Yu. Lisicina 1996 4 312-313
Vocalization in Japanese macaque infants Macaca fuscata, individual differences and parameter dynamics [abstract] T. Riede 1996 4 321
Equipment review: Signalize: Signal analysis for speech and sound T. Reide 1996 4 327-331
Repertoire and colouration (carotenoid pimentation) in the linnet Carduelis cannabina [abstract] T. J. S. Balsby 1996 4 313
Adaptation to severe conditions of propagation: long-distance distress calls and courtship calls of a colonial seabird T. Aubin & N. Mathevon 1995 2 153-161
New methods for recording low-amplitude signals. Application to the analysis of the courtship song of Drosophila genus [abstract] T. Aubin 1996 4 297-298
Temporal and sequential organization of song in the great reed warbler Acrocephalus arundinaceus [abstract] Stefan Fischer 1994 1 70-71
Ontogeny of time structure in nightingale song [abstract] S. Wendlandt & D. Todt 1996 4 322-323
Bioacoustics and SI-quantities and units [abstract] S. Wahlström 1996 4 311-312
Using the National Sound Archive wildlife collections in bioacoustic research [abstract] Richard Ranft 1994 1 73
Acoustic analyses on the vocal development of the human infant during the first year of life [abstract] Regina Wick 1994 1 72
Control of call carrier frequency in the bush cricket Ruspolia nitidula R.O. Stephen & J.C. Hartley 1995 2 163-170
Vocal communication of spectacled parrotlets Forpus conspicillatus [abstract] R. Wanker 1996 4 312
Avisoft-Sonagraph Pro - sonagraphic analysis under Windows [abstract] R. Specht 1996 4 308
Equipment review: Avisoft-Sonagraph Pro 2.3 Sound Analysis Software for Windows PCs R. Ranft 1995 3 253-260
A sound base for bioacoustic research: the National Sound Archive in London [abstract] R. Ranft 1996 4 305
Spawning sounds of the damselfish, Dascyllus albisella (Pomacentridae), and relationship to male size P. S. Lobel and D. A. Mann 1995 3 187-198
Equipment for sound analysis and playback: a survey P. McGregor & R Ranft 1994 1 83-86
Signalling in the real world: bird song and communication networks [abstract] P. K. McGregor 1995 3 218
Social influences on song learning in zebra finches [abstract] P. J. B. Slater 1995 3 217
Vocalisation of curassows (Cracidae) [abstract] P. Hansch & D. Wallschlager 1996 4 315
Research Group News: CSC: The Danish Centre for Sound Communication O.N. Larsen 1996 4 287-292
Song degradation during propagation: importance of song posts and reaction to degraded signal in the wren Troglodytes troglodytes [abstract] N. Mathevon 1996 4 301
Sounds produced by the grey gurnard Eutrigla gurnardus L. (Pisces, Triglidae) and related fish [abstract] Maria Clara Pessoa de Amorim & Anthony Donald Hawkins 1994 1 69-70
Sound production in the blue-green damselfish, Chromis viridis (Cuvier, 1830) (Pomacentridae) M.C. Pessoa de Amorim 1996 4 265-272
A pilot study for recognition of individual nightjars [abstract] M. Rebbeck 1996 4 306
Ultrasonic emission in two genera of neotropical ants (Hymenoptera, formicidae, ponerinae) [abstract] M. Priano, G. Pavan, P. De Carli, J.-P. Lachaud, A. Fanfani & M. Giovannotti 1996 4 319-320
Sound degradation and implications for long-distance communication in song birds [abstract] M. Naguib 1996 4 302
New opportunities in electronic distribution of information on bioacoustics [abstract] M. Manghi, G. Pavan, M. Priano & A. Ghezzi 1996 4 317-318
Bioacoustic survey of cicadas [abstract] M. Gogala & A. V. Popov 1996 4 300-301
Songs of four cicada species from Thailand M. Gogala 1995 2 101-116
Evolutionary influences on the receiver system in insect bioacoustics; coevolution and sexual selection [abstract] M. G. Ritchie 1995 3 216
The multiple lateral lines of giant rhizodont fishes; passive 3-D location of prey in muddy swamps? [abstract] M. A. Taylor 1995 3 216-217
Acoustic communication in triglid fish [abstract] M C. de Amorim & A. D. Hawkins 1995 3 220
Computer-aided analysis of acoustic parameters: new possibilities of signal analysis [abstract] L. Schrader & K. Hammerschmidt 1996 4 307
Individually distinctive corncrake Crex crex calls: a pilot study L. May 1994 1 25-32
Sonographic analysis of redshank Tringa totanus calls [abstract] L. Ferdinand 1996 4 299-300
The Animal Sound Archive of the Humboldt University of Berlin [abstract] Karl-Heinz Frommolt . 1994 1 72-73
Intra- and interindividual variations in the song of the little bunting Emberiza pusilla [abstract] K.-H. Frommolt 1996 4 315
The Archive of Animal Sounds at the Humboldt-University of Berlin K.-H. Frommolt 1996 4 293-296
Does the redstart Phoenicurus phoenicurus mimic bird species heard during migration? Jacques Comolet-Tirman 1994 1 73-79
Constrained permutation in "chick-a-dee"- like calls of a black-lored tit Parus xanthogenys J.P. Hailman 1994 1 33-50
Phylogeny of bioacoustic parameters in birds J. Vielliard 1995 2 171-174

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