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[68] Andre, M. C., C. Kaminga, and D. R. Ketten, "Are low frequency sounds a marine hearing hazard: a case study in the Canary Islands [abstract]", Bioacoustics Journal, vol. 9, issue 3: Taylor and Francis in association with The British Library Sound Archive, pp. 220, 12/1998. Abstract
[68] Andre, M. C., C. Kaminga, and D. R. Ketten, "Are low frequency sounds a marine hearing hazard: a case study in the Canary Islands [abstract]", Bioacoustics Journal, vol. 9, issue 3: Taylor and Francis in association with The British Library Sound Archive, pp. 220, 12/1998. Abstract
[68] Andre, M. C., C. Kaminga, and D. R. Ketten, "Are low frequency sounds a marine hearing hazard: a case study in the Canary Islands [abstract]", Bioacoustics Journal, vol. 9, issue 3: Taylor and Francis in association with The British Library Sound Archive, pp. 220, 12/1998. Abstract
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[24] Ehrenberg, R., "Stranded: a whale of a mystery", Science News, vol. 174, issue 2, pp. 1-7, July 2008. Abstract
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[1616] Foote, K. G., M. C. Hastings, D. R. Ketten, Y. - T. Lin, J. S. Reidenberg, and K. Rye, "Sonar-induced pressure fields in a post-mortem common dolphin", Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, vol. 13, issue 2: Acoustical Society of America, pp. 1595-1604, 02/2012. Abstract
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[43] Hammock, J., "Structure, function and context: the impact of morphometry and ecology on olfactory sensitivity", Biological Oceanography, vol. Ph. D., Woods Hole, Massachusetts Institute of Technology / Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Joint Program, pp. 275, 02/2005. Abstract
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[17] Ketten, D. R., "Why do whales beach themselves? Are strandings increasing?", Scientific American, vol. 301, issue 4: Nature Publishing Group, pp. 96, 10/2009. Abstract
[88] Ketten, D. R., and D. Wartzok, "Three-dimensional reconstructions of the dolphin ear", Sensory Abilities of Cetaceans: Field and Laboratroy Evidence, Proc. NATO ASI Ser. A, Life Sci., vol. 196, New York and London, Plenum Press, pp. 81-105, 09-Aug-1999, 1990. Abstract
[3585] Ketten, D. R., J. Shoshani, J. J. Arruda, S. R. Cramer, J. S. Reidenberg, and M. Yamato, "Great ears: functional comparisons of land and marine leviathan ears", sixth Triennial Conference on Secondary Adaptations of Tetrapods to Life in Water, San Diego, CA, 2011. Abstract
[1293] Ketten, D. R., "America's Grade of Shame", Live Better Magazine, Nov/Dec 2010, issue 7, pp. 4 pgs, 12/2010. Abstract
[62] Ketten, D. R., "Cetacean ears", Hearing by Whales and Dolphins, New York, Springer-Verlag, pp. 43-108, 2000. Abstract
[86] Ketten, D. R., "The marine mammal ear: specializations for aquatic audition and echolocation", The Evolutionary Biology of Hearing, New York, Springer-Verlag, pp. 717-750, 1992. Abstract