Bioacoustics Articles

Journal of Mammalogy

Volume 93, Number 4

Blake, Barbara H. 2012. Ultrasonic calling in 2 species of voles, Microtus pinetorum and M. pennsylvanicus, with different social systems. Journal of Mammalogy 93(4): 1051-1060.

Volume 92, Number 3

Aschemeier, Lisa M., and Christine R. Maher. 2011. Eavesdropping of woodchucks (Marmota monax) and easter chipmunks (Tamias striatus) on heterospecific alarm calls. Journal of Mammalogy 92(3): 493-499.

Volume 91, Number 4

Gillam, Erin H., Nickolay I. Hristov, Thomas H. Kunz, and Gary F. McCracken. 2010. Echolocation behavior of Brazilian free-tailed bats during dense emergence flights. Journal of Mammalogy 91(4): 967-975.

Volume 91, Number 3

Matrosova, Vera A., Ilya A. Volodin, Elena V. Volodina, Nina A. Vasilieva, and Alexandra A. Kochetkova. 2010. Between-year stability of individual alarm calls in the yellow ground squirrel Spermophilus fulvus. Journal of Mammalogy 91(3):620-627.

Volume 90, Number 6

Ahlen, I., H. J. Baagoe, and L. Bach. 2009. Behavior of Scandinavian bats during migration and foraging at sea. Journal of Mammalogy 90(6):1318-1323.

Volume 90, Number 3

Esch, H. C., L. S. Sayigh, J. E. Blum, and R. S. Wells. 2009. Whistles as potential indicators of stress in bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus). Journal of Mammalogy 90(3):638-650.

Volume 90, Number 1

Grilliot, M. E., S. C. Burnett, and M. T. Mendonca. 2009. Sexual dimorphism in big brown bat (Eptesicus fuscus) ultrasonic vocalizations is context dependent. Journal of Mammalogy 90(1):203-209.

Matrosova, V. A., I. A. Volodin, and E. V. Volodina. 2009. Short-term and long-term individuality in speckled ground squirrel alarm calls. Journal of Mammalogy 90(1):158-166.

Volume 89, Number 6:

Esser, D., S. Schehka, and E. Zimmerman. 2008. Species-specificity in communication calls of tree shrews (Tupaia: Scandentia). Journal of Mammalogy 89(6)1456-1463.

Murray, K. L. and T. H. Fleming. 2008. Social structure and mating system of the buffy flower bat, Erophylla sezekorni (Chiroptera, Phyllostomidae). Journal of Mammalogy 89(6):1391-1400.

Voigt, C. C., O. Behr, B. Caspers, O. von Helversen, M. Knornschild, F. Mayer, and M. Nagy. 2008. Songs, scents, and senses: Sexual selection in the greater sac-winged bat, Saccopteryx bilineata. Journal of Mammalogy 89(6):1401-1410.

Volume 89, Number 5:

May-Collado, Laura J. and Douglas Wartzok. 2008. A comparison of bottlenose dolphin whistles in the Atlantic Ocean: Factors promoting whistle variation. Journal of Mammalogy, 89(5):1229-1240.

Volume 89, Number 4:

Swan, David C. and James F. Hare. 2008. Signaler and receiver ages do not affect responses to Richardson's ground squirrel alarm calls. Journal of Mammalogy, 89(4):889-894.

Volume 89, Number 3:

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

Volume 89, Number 1:

Gorresen, Marcos P., Adam C. Miles, Christopher M. Todd, Frank J. Bonnaccorso, and Theodore J. Weller. 2008. Assessing bat detectability and occupancy with multiple automated echolocation detectors. Journal of Mammalogy, 89(1):11-17.

Kazial, Karry A., Sarah Pacheco, and Kristen N. Zielinski. 2008. Inforamtion content of sonar calls of little brown bats (Myotis lucifugus): Potential for communication.

Volume 88, Number 6:

Miller, Jacqueline R. and Mark D. Engstrom. 2007. Vocal Stereotypy and singing behavior in baiomyine mice. Journal of Mammalogy, 88(6):1447-1465.

Zhang, Jin-Shuo, Nai-Jian Han, Gareth Jones, Liang-Kong Lin, Jun-Peng Zhang, Guan-Jian Zhu, Da-Wei Huang, and Shu-Yi Zhang. 2007. A new species of Barbastella (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) from north China. Journal of Mammalogy 88(6):1393-1403.
Volume 88, Number 2:

Flaquer, Carles, Ignacio Torre, and Antoni Arrizabalaga. 2007. Comparison of sampling methods for inventory of bat communities. Journal of Mammalogy 88(2):526-533.

Volume 88, Number 1:

Armstrong, Kyle N., and Roger B. Coles. 2007. Echolocation call frequency differences between geographic isolates of Rhinonicteris aurantia (Chiriptera: Hipposideridae): Implications of nasal chamber size. Journal of Mammalogy 88(1):94-104.

Volume 87, Number 6:

Feighny, J. A., K. E. Williamson, and J. A. Clarke. 2006. North American elk bugle vocalizations: male and female bugle call structure and context. Journal of Mammalogy 87(6):1072-1077.

O'Shea, Thomas, and Lynn B. Poche, Jr. 2006. Aspects of underwater sound communication in Florida manatees (Trichechus manatus latirostris). Journal of Mammalogy 87(6):1061-1071.

Volume 87, Number 5:

Charrier, Isabelle, and Robert G. Harcourt. 2006. Individual vocal identity in mother and pup Australian sea lions (Neophoca cinerea). Journal of Mammalogy 87(5):929-938.

Volume 87, Number 2:

Macias, Silvio, Emanuel C. Mora, and Adianez Garcia. 2006. Acoustic identification of Mormoopid bats: A survey during the evening exodus. Journal of Mammalogy 87(2):324-330.

Volume 87, Number 1:

Jacobs, David S., Geeta N. Eick, M. Corrie Schoeman, and Conrad A. Matthee. 2006. Cryptic species in an insectivorous bat, Scotophilus dinganii. Journal of Mammalogy 87(1):161-170.

Volume 86, Number 6:

Avila-Flores, Rafael, and M. Brock Fenton. 2005. Use of spatial features by foraging insectivorous bats in a large urban landscape. Journal of Mammalogy 86(6):1193-1204.

Miller-Butterworth, Cassandra M., Geeta Eick, David S. Jacobs, M. Corrie Schoeman, and Eric H. Harley. 2005. Genetic and phenotypic differences between South African long-fingered bats, with a global miniopterine phylogeny. Journal of Mammalogy 86(6): 1121-1135.

Volume 86, Number 5:

Hayes, Ashley R., and Nancy J. Huntly. 2005. Effect of wind on the behavior and call transmission of pikas (Ochotona princeps). Journal of Mammalogy 86(5):974-981.