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[6243] Cramer, S. R., D. R. Ketten, J. J. Arruda, R. Manchester, and M. Niemeyer, "Centralizing marine mammal stranding data: a web-based content management system", 20th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, Dunedin, New Zealand, Society for Marine Mammology, pp. 51, 12/2013. Abstract
whales
whale
vocalizations
vocalization
[6244] Ketten, D. R., J. J. Arruda, S. R. Cramer, A. L. Zosuls, and D. C. Mountain, "Biomechanical evidence of low to infrasonic hearing in Mysticetes: implications for impacts", 30th Workshop of the Ettore Majorana Foundation and Centre for Scientific Culture School of Ethology, Erice, Sicily, 2013. Abstract
vestibular system
underwater sound
[6235] Ketten, D. R., J. J. Arruda, S. R. Cramer, and M. Yamato, "Great ears: Low frequency sensitivity correlates in land and marine leviathans", The Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life II, New York, Springer-Verlag, In Press.
underwater hearing
underwater acoustics
[5238] Ketten, D. R., J. Simmons, H. Riquimaroux, S. R. Cramer, and J. J. Arruda, "Critical Cranial and Cochlear Structures in Echolocators", 11th European Conference on Underwater Acoustics 2012, Pt. 3, vol. 34: Institute of Acoustics, pp. 572-577, 07/2013, 2012. Abstract
ultrasonic
[6242] Ketten, D. R., J. Simmons, H. Riquimaroux, S. R. Cramer, J. J. Arruda, D. C. Mountain, A. L. Zosuls, and A. A. Tubelli, "Auditory Structures that Impact Sensitivity and Acuity in Cetaceans:Location, Location, Location", 20th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, Dunedin, New Zealand, Society for Marine Mammology, pp. 113, 12/2013. Abstract
[1614] Ketten, D. R., J. Simmons, H. Riquimaroux, S. R. Cramer, and J. J. Arruda, "Cochlear structural variants in echolocators", Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, vol. 131, issue 4: Acoustical Society of America, pp. 3423-3423, 04/2012. Abstract
tursiops truncatus
trauma
thyroid
temporal bones
suction cup
structure