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Acoustic Communication in Birds, Volume 2

Song Learning & Its Consequences (Acoustic Communication in Birds)

by Kroodsma

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Published by Academic Press .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages392
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Open LibraryOL7327794M
ISBN 100124268021
ISBN 109780124268029

as editor with E. H. Miller: Acoustic communication in birds. Vol. 2. Song learning and its consequences. New York: Academic Press. ISBN as editor with E. H. Miller: Ecology and Evolution of Acoustic Communication in Birds. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. The Singing Life of Birds. The Art and Science of Listening to. The distinction between songs and calls is based upon complexity, length, and context. Songs are longer and more complex and are associated with territory and courtship and mating, while calls tend to serve such functions as alarms or keeping members of a flock in contact. Other authorities such as Howell and Webb () make the distinction based on function, so that short .

Origins of Acoustic Communication: Sensory Bias, Coevolution, and Motor Bias An ov erall ev olutionary trend that emerges from the survey presented in this section. Purchase Vocal Communication in Birds and Mammals, Volume 40 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN ,

The acoustic communication signal most frequently heard by humans is, of course, bird song. On a still summer evening the territorial song of the male blackbird will carry a considerable distance, while the chiffchaff's distinctive call is something of a classic backing track to summers in the English countryside. Bioacoustics - the International Journal of Animal Sound and its Recording. Bioacoustics is the only international peer-reviewed journal devoted to the scientific study, recording and analysis of animal sounds.. Bioacoustics primarily publishes high-quality original research papers and reviews on sound communication in birds, mammals, amphibians, reptiles, fish, insects and .


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Acoustic Communication in Birds, Volume 2 by Kroodsma Download PDF EPUB FB2

Acoustic Communication in Birds, Volume 2: Song Learning and Its Consequences investigates acoustic communication in birds, with emphasis on song learning and its consequences.

Some issues in the study of bird sounds are discussed, with Format: Hardcover. Acoustic Communication in Birds, Volume 1: Production, Perception, and Design Features of Sounds presents the scientific study of bird vocalizations.

This book discusses the relations between the physical structure of bird vocalization and their quality as perceived by the recipient. Acoustic Communication in Birds, Volume 1: Production, Perception, and Design Features of Sounds presents the scientific study of bird vocalizations. This book discusses the relations between the physical structure of bird vocalization and their quality as perceived by the : Hardcover.

Since the first edition was published seventeen years ago social and technical changes have altered the world of acoustic communication. This book draws upon many traditional disciplines that deal with specific aspects of sound,and presents material within Cited by: Acoustic Communication in Birds, Volume 2: Song Learning and Its Consequences investigates acoustic communication in birds, with emphasis on song learning and its consequences.

Some issues in the study of bird sounds are discussed, with. About this book. Acoustic Communication in Birds, Volume 1: Production, Perception and Design Features of Sounds presents the scientific study of bird vocalizations.

This book discusses the relations between the physical structure of bird vocalization. Ecology and Evolution of Acoustic Communication in Birds (Comstock Books) Paperback – June 1, by Donald E. Kroodsma (Editor) › Visit Amazon's Donald E. Kroodsma Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more.

See search results for this Author: Donald E. Kroodsma. Vertebrate Sound Production and Acoustic Communication serves both as a tutorial introduction for newcomers and a springboard for further research for all scientists interested in understanding animal acoustic signals.

Vertebrate Vocal Production: An Introductory Overview by W. Tecumseh Fitch and Roderick A. Suthers3/5(1). The article highlights the biological significance of songs and calls in birds. The structural diversity of songs and its relevance for social behaviour are described. Acoustic communication plays an important role in the life of birds and has proven useful in establishing phylogenetic and evolutionary relationships among by: The last decades have brought a significant increase in research on acoustic communi­ cation in animals.

Publication of scientific papers on both empirical and theoretical aspects of this topic has greatly increased, and a new journal, Bioacoustics, is entirely devoted to such articles. Coupled. Find Acoustic Communication in Birds Vol. 1: Production, Perception and Design Features of Sounds Volume 1 by Kroodsma at over 30 bookstores.

Buy, rent or sell. Roderick Suthers is a professor in the Medical Sciences program at Indiana University Bloomington. He studies neural and physiological bases of acoustic behavior, particularly the neuroethology of vocal communication in birds and of echolocation in bats.

Tecumseh Fitch is an evolutionary biologist and cognitive scientist. Part of the Current Ornithology book series (CUOR, volume 12) Abstract The coding of species-specific characteristics in bird sounds, in: Acoustic Communication in Birds, Volume 2 (D.

Kroodsma, and E. Miller, eds.), Academic J. B.,Individual recognition by sounds in birds, in: Acoustic Communication in Birds Cited by: Abstract. The comparative hearing of birds and reptiles should always be considered together. It is clear from the vertebrate fossil record that birds and reptiles split over million years ago from the diapsid reptiles of the early Triassic period (Fedducia ; Carroll ).Because of this common ancestry, there is considerable similarity between the hearing organs of modern day Cited by: Anthropogenic noise creates a new and demanding environment for efficient acoustic communication, interfering with the acoustic signals of birds.

Vocal Communication. The fact that it would have a direct effect on a brain area in birds and influence its volume has never been addressed in other species." About 20 years ago, it was discovered that the high vocal center, or HVC, increases in volume as days grow longer.

(Thomas et al. Birdsong is an acoustic advertisement. The last decades have brought a significant increase in research on acoustic communi­ cation in animals. Publication of scientific papers on both empirical and theoretical aspects of this topic has greatly increased, and a new journal, Bioacoustics, is entirely devoted to such articles.

A variety of animals produce species-specific acoustic signals, including marine mammals, fish, crustaceans, primates, bats, birds, anurans, and insects [1][2][3] [4] [5][6][7][8][9].

Acoustic. Bee MA, Miller CT (eds) () Psychological Mechanisms in Animal : Animal Signals and Communication (Janik VT, McGregor, PK, series editors), pp. New York: Springer. From the back cover: This book analyzes the psychological mechanisms critical to animal topics covered range from single neurons to broad-scale.

This book focuses on how animal acoustic signals code information and how this coding can be shaped by various environmental and social constraints.

Taking birds and mammals, including humans, as models, the authors explore such topics as communication strategies for “public” and “private” signaling, static and dynamic signaling, the. Ecology and Evolution of Acoustic Communication in Birds by Donald E.

Kroodsma,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(4).Browse journals and books beginning with the letter A atElsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature Volume 2.

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