Recommended Readings: Peter Tyack, Ph.D. Friday January 24, 2020

Recommended Readings: Peter Tyack, Ph.D. Friday January 24, 2020

Friday Lectures   Peter Tyack, Ph.D.

Friday, January 24, 2020  3:45 p.m

Caspary Auditorium

Peter Tyack, Ph.D.


School of Biology

University of St. Andrews

How Can Mammals Learn New Vocalizations

and Can Humans Learn

How to Reduce Environmental Stressors to Maintain Critical Ecosystem Functions?


Recommended Readings:

Science News

Some mama whales may whisper to keep calves safe from orcas. July 23, 2019. ScienceNewsforStudents

Empirical Articles

Tyack, Peter L.; Thomas, Len. (2019). Using dose-response functions to improve calculations of the impact of anthropogenic noise. AQUATIC CONSERVATION-MARINE AND FRESHWATER ECOSYSTEMS. 29: 242-253

Southall, Brandon L.; Finneran, James J.; Rcichmuth, Colleen; et al. (2019). Marine Mammal Noise Exposure Criteria: Updated Scientific Recommendations for Residual Hearing Effects. AQUATIC MAMMALS. 45 (2): 125-232

Shamir, Lior; Yerby, Carol; Simpson, Robert; et al. (2014). Classification of large acoustic datasets using machine learning and crowdsourcing: Application to whale calls. JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA. 135 (2): 953-962

Tyack, Peter L. (2008). Implications for marine mammals of large-scale changes in the marine acoustic environment. JOURNAL OF MAMMALOGY. 89 (3): 549-558

Review Papers

Tyack, Peter L. (2020). A taxonomy for vocal learning. PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES. 375 (1789)

Harris, Catriona M.; Thomas, Len; Falcone, Erin A.; et al. (2018). Marine mammals and sonar: Dose-response studies, the risk-disturbance hypothesis and the role of exposure context. JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY. 55 (1): 396-404

Merchant, Nathan D.; Fristrup, Kurt M.; Johnson, Mark P.; et al. (2015). Measuring acoustic habitats. METHODS IN ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION. 6 (3): 257-265

Book Chapter

Tyack, Peter L. (2016). Vocal Learning and Auditory-Vocal Feedback. VERTEBRATE SOUND PRODUCTION AND ACOUSTIC COMMUNICATION. 53: 261-295

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