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Archival Marine Acoustic Recording Units (ARUs) - References, Additional Links, and Resources
References

  • "Chelonia Limited, Cetacean Monitoring Systems." (Link)
  • "NOAA, PMEL, Acoustic Monitoring, Bioacoustics, Whale Acoustics Project Description." (Link)
  • "Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center- The Ecological Acoustic Recorder, A Powerful Tool for Monitoring Coral Reef Ecosystems." (Link)
  • Cornell Bioacoustics Research Program, "Right Whale Research." (Link)
  • Fox, C.G., et al. 2001, "Monitoring Pacific Ocean seismicity from an autonomous hydrophone array." Journal of Geophyscial Research. 106 (B3): 4183-4206. 
  • Koschinski S., Diederichs, A., and Amundin, M. 2008, "Click train patterns of free-ranging harbour porpoises acquired using T-PODS may be useful as indicators of their behavior." Journal of Cetacean Research Management. 10(2): 147-155. 
  • Lammers, M.O. et al. 2008, "An ecological acoustic recorder (EAR) for long-term monitoring of biological and anthropogenic sounds on coral reefs and other marine habitats." Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 123(3): 1720-1728. 
  • McDonald, M.A. et al. 2009, "An acoustic survey of beaked whales at Cross Seamount near Hawaii." Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 125(2): 624-627. 
  • Mellinger, D.K., Stafford, K.M., Moore, S.E., Dziak, R.P, and H. Matsumoto. 2007, "An overview of fixed passive acoustic observation methods for cetaceans." Oceanography. 20(4): 37-45. 
  • Moore, S.E. et al. 2006, "Listening for large whales in the offshore waters of Alaska." BioScience. 56(1): 49-55. 
  • Munger, L.M. et al. 2008, "North Pacific right whale (Eubalaena japonica) seasonal and diel calling patterns from long-term acoustic recordings in the southeastern Bering Sea, 2000-2006." Marine Mammal Science. 
  • Scripps Whale Acoustic Lab, "Autonomous Recorders - HARPs and ARPs." (Link)
  • Sousa-Lima, R. 2009, "A review of fixed passive acoustic monitoring systems. Presentation at: Workshop on the Status and Applications of Acoustic Mitigation and Monitoring Systems for Marine Mammals." Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 122(6); 3378-3390. 
  • Streever, B. 2009, "Fixed Passive Acoustic Monitoring Using DASARs at BP’s Northstar Production Facility in the Alaskan Beaufort Sea. Presentation at: Workshop on the Status and Applications of Acoustic Mitigation and Monitoring Systems for Marine Mammals. Boston, November 17-19, 2009." 
  • Van Parijs, S.M. et al 2009, "Management and research applications of real-time and archival passive acoustic sensors over varying temporal and social scales." Marine Ecology Progress Series. 395:21-36. 
  • Wiggins, S.M. 2003, "Autonomous Acoustic Recording Packages (ARPs) for Long-Term Monitoring of Whale Sounds." MTS Journal. 37 (2): 13-22. 
  • Wiggins, S.M., and J.A. Hildebrand., "High Frequency Acoustic Recording Package (HARP) for broad-band, long-term marine mammal monitoring." 
Additional Links on DOSITS

Additional Resources

  • Sirovic, A. et al. 2009, "Blue and fin whale acoustic presence around Antarctica during 2003 and 2004." Marine Mammal Science. 25(1): 125-136. 
  • Cornell Lab of Ornithology, "Blue Whale Heard Singing off New York Coast." (Link)
  • "Density Estimation for Cetaceans from passive Acoustic Fixed sensors (DECAF)" (Link)
  • Smith, D., "Ears in the Ocean. Oceanus (WHOI)." (Link)
  • Cornell Bioacoustics Program, "Endangered whales heard for the first time in waters around New York City." (Link)
  • Wiggins, S.M. 2009, "Engineering Tools for Studying Marine Mammals. Frontiers of Engineering: Reports on Leading-Edge Engineering from the 2009 Symposium." National Academy of Sciences. 
  • NOAA, "Hearing the Whales: NOAA Tracks Whales over Long Distances." (Link)
  • Van Parijs, S.M. et al 2009, "Management and research applications of real-time and archival passive acoustic sensors over varying temporal and social scales." Marine Ecology Progress Series. 395:21-36. 
  • Soldevilla, M. et al. 2010, "Spatio-temporal comparison of Pacific white-sided dolphin echolocation click types." Aquatic Biology. 9: 49-62.