Pay-walled Peer Reviewed Publication
Research into dolphin swimming has historically been guided by false assumptions of ‘effortless’, ‘high-speed’ swimming. These assumptions have instigated the development of drag-reduction hypotheses but tests...
Keywords: Dolphins, Swimming speed
Pay-walled Journal Article
Marine Environmental Research
Underwater bubbles can inhibit sound transmission through water due to density mismatch and concomitant reflection and absorption of sound waves. For the present study, a perforated...
Keywords: Attenuation, Bubble curtain, Bubble screening, Dolphins, Environment, Mitigation, Noise, Pile driving, Sounds, Sousa chinensis
Open Access Studies supported by the SML JIP
JIP Sound and Marine Life
Mysticetes are a suborder of marine mammals that includes some of the largest species, such as fin, blue and humpback whales. These animals, commonly referred to...
Keywords: Anatomical Modeling, Auditory Weighting Function, Dolphins, Seals