30_Whales_ChrisClark - Ocean Voices The Acoustic Ecology of...

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1 Ocean Voices The Acoustic Ecology of the Great Whales Introductory Oceanography - EAS 154 9 November 2007 Christopher W. Clark, Bioacoustics Research Program Baleen Whales Pay attention to genetic relatedness Bowhead Right Gray Fin Humpback Minke HARBOR PORPOISE HARBOR PORPOISE BOTTLENOSED DOLPHIN BALEEN WHALE BALEEN WHALE Slide courtesy of Darlene Ketten Anatomy, Physiology and Neurophysiology are Important 10 mm TURSIOPS 2mm 25μ 25μ 41 mm 5 x 380 μ 18 mm 5 x 300 μ PHOCOENA 25 x 30 μ 26 mm EUBALAENA 2.5 x 1400 μ 54 mm 8 mm 25 x 30 μ 125 x 7 μ
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2 There are Complex Linkages over Multiple Scales Slide courtesy of Charles Greene and Stormy Mayo and Stormy Mayo Move between different spatial and temporal scales. 1 Jan 1996 1 Jan 1995 One Year Whale Song Variations Whale Song Variations The influence of ocean propagation The influence of ocean propagation Acoustic adaptations for ocean environment Acoustic adaptations for ocean environment The very The very -long long -range acoustic range acoustic “window window Acoustic Communication Examples Acoustic Communication Examples Singing vs. feeding Singing vs. feeding Counter Counter -calling calling
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2008 for the course EAS 1540 taught by Professor Monger during the Fall '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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