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Title: Up close and personal: Recording humpback whale song at close ranges (10-50m)
Authors: Potter, J.R. 
Koay, T.B. 
Pack, A.A.
Deakos, M.H.
Durville, C.
Issue Date: 2003
Source: Potter, J.R.,Koay, T.B.,Pack, A.A.,Deakos, M.H.,Durville, C. (2003). Up close and personal: Recording humpback whale song at close ranges (10-50m). Oceans Conference Record (IEEE) 1 : 472-. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Male humpback whales produce long, complex vocalizations consisting of a hierarchically-structured sequence of distinctive broadband 'units', each of a few seconds' duration. The function of this "song" remains unclear though. Recent work, however, showed that, close tot he singer, song units may contain significant energy up to 20 kHz.
Source Title: Oceans Conference Record (IEEE)
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/115511
ISSN: 01977385
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