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|Title:||Up close and personal: Recording humpback whale song at close ranges (10-50m)||Authors:||Potter, J.R.
|Issue Date:||2003||Citation:||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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