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Book Chapter
[85] Ketten DR. The cetacean ear: form, frequency, and evolution. In: Thomas JA, Kastelein RA, Supin AY, editors. Marine Mammal Sensory Systems. New York: Plenum Press; 1993. p. 53-75. Abstract
[62] Ketten DR. Cetacean ears. In: Au WWL, Popper AN, Fay RR, editors. Hearing by Whales and Dolphins. New York: Springer-Verlag; 2000. p. 43-108. (SHAR Series for Auditory Reserch). Abstract
[764] Chadwick RS, Manoussaki D, Dimitriadis EK, Shoelson B, Ketten DR, Arruda JJ, et al. Cochlear coiling and low-frequency hearing. In: Nuttal AL, Ren T, Gillespie P, Grosh K, de Boer E, editors. Auditory Mechanisms: Processes and Models. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Company; 2006. p. 417-24. Abstract
[77] Ketten DR. Estimates of blast injury and acoustic trauma zones for marine mammals from underwater explosions. In: Kastelein RA, Thomas JA, Nachtigall PE, editors. Sensory Systems of Aquatic Mammals. Woerden, The Netherlands: De Spil Publishers; 1995. p. 391-408. Abstract
[760] Mountain DC, Hubbard AE, Ketten DR, O'Malley J. The helicotrema: measurements and models. In: Gummer AW, Dalhoff E, Nowotny M, Scherer M, editors. Biophysics of the Cochlea: from Molecules to Models. Singapore: World Scientific; 2003. p. 393-9. Abstract
[86] Ketten DR. The marine mammal ear: specializations for aquatic audition and echolocation. In: Webster D, Fay RR, Popper AN, editors. The Evolutionary Biology of Hearing. New York: Springer-Verlag; 1992. p. 717-50. Abstract
[84] Ketten DR, Odell DK, Domning DP. Structure, function, and adaptation of the manatee ear. In: Thomas JA, Kastelein RA, Supin AY, editors. Marine Mammal Sensory Systems. New York: Plenum Press; 1993. p. 77-95. Abstract
[88] Ketten DR, Wartzok D. Three-dimensional reconstructions of the dolphin ear. In: Thomas J, Kastelein R, editors. Sensory Abilities of Cetaceans: Field and Laboratroy Evidence. Vol 196. Proc. NATO ASI Ser. A, Life Sci. ed. New York and London: Plenum Press; 1990. p. 81-105. Abstract
[767] Popper AN, Ketten DR. Underwater Hearing. In: Basbaum A, Bushnell M, Smith D, Beauchamp G, Firestein S, Dallos P et al., editors. The Senses: A Comprehensive Reference, Six-Volume Set. Vol 3. Oxford, England: Elsevier Press; 2008. p. 225-36. Abstract
Conference Paper
[1431] Yamato M, Ketten DR, Arruda JJ, Cramer SR, Moore K. The auditory anatomy of the Minke Whale (Balaenoptera acutorostrata): Insights into potential sound reception pathways in a baleen whale. In: 19th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals. Vol Abstracts. Tampa, FL: Society for Marine Mammology; 2011. 319. Abstract
[57] Moein Bartol S, Ketten DR. Auditory brainstem responses of multiple species of sea turtles. In: Symposium on Environmental Consequences of Underwater Sound. San Antonio, Texas; 2003.
[6242] Ketten DR, Simmons J, Riquimaroux H, Cramer SR, Arruda JJ, Mountain DC, et al. Auditory Structures that Impact Sensitivity and Acuity in Cetaceans:Location, Location, Location. In: 20th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals. Dunedin, New Zealand: Society for Marine Mammology; 2013. 113. Abstract
[55] Ketten DR. Beaked whale heads: is there a smoking sonar?. In: Symposium on Environmental Consequences of Underwater Sound. San Antonio, Texas; 2003. Abstract
[6243] Cramer SR, Ketten DR, Arruda JJ, Manchester R, Niemeyer M. Centralizing marine mammal stranding data: a web-based content management system. In: 20th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals. Dunedin, New Zealand: Society for Marine Mammology; 2013. 51. Abstract