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Journal Article

de Freitas, M., Smith, J.N., Jensen, F.H., Beedholm, K. and Madsen, P.T. (2018) Echolocation click source parameters of Australian snubfin dolphins (Orcaella heinsohni). The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 143 (4). pp. 2564-2569.

Ladegaard, M., Jensen, F.H., Beedholm, K., da Silva, V.M.F. and Madsen, P.T. (2017) Amazon river dolphins ( Inia geoffrensis ) modify biosonar output level and directivity during prey interception in the wild. The Journal of Experimental Biology, 220 (14). pp. 2654-2665.

Videsen, S.K.A., Bejder, L., Johnson, M., Madsen, P.T. and Goldbogen, J.A. (2017) High suckling rates and acoustic crypsis of humpback whale neonates maximise potential for mother-calf energy transfer. Functional Ecology, 31 (8). pp. 1561-1573.

Wiśniewska, D.M., Johnson, M., Teilmann, J., Rojano-Doñate, L., Shearer, J., Sveegaard, S., Miller, L.A., Siebert, U. and Madsen, P.T. (2017) Response to “Resilience of harbor porpoises to anthropogenic disturbance: Must they really feed continuously?". Marine Mammal Science, 34 (1). pp. 265-270.

Schrøder, A.E.M., Beedholm, K. and Madsen, P.T. (2017) Time-varying auditory gain control in response to double-pulse stimuli in harbour porpoises is not mediated by a stapedial reflex. Biology Open, 6 (4). pp. 525-529.

Elmegaard, S.L., Johnson, M., Madsen, P.T. and McDonald, B.I. (2016) Cognitive control of heart rate in diving harbor porpoises. Current Biology, 26 (22). R1175-R1176.

Hays, G.C., Ferreira, L.C., Sequeira, A.M.M., Meekan, M.G., Duarte, C.M., Bailey, H., Bailleul, F., Bowen, W.D., Caley, M.J., Costa, D.P., Eguíluz, V.M., Fossette, S., Friedlaender, A.S., Gales, N., Gleiss, A.C., Gunn, J., Harcourt, R., Hazen, E.L., Heithaus, M.R., Heupel, M., Holland, K., Horning, M., Jonsen, I., Kooyman, G.L., Lowe, C.G., Madsen, P.T., Marsh, H., Phillips, R.A., Righton, D., Ropert-Coudert, Y., Sato, K., Shaffer, S.A., Simpfendorfer, C.A., Sims, D.W., Skomal, G., Takahashi, A., Trathan, P.N., Wikelski, M., Womble, J.N. and Thums, M. (2016) Key questions in marine megafauna movement ecology. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 31 (6). pp. 463-475.

Christiansen, F., Rojano-Doñate, L., Madsen, P.T. and Bejder, L. (2016) Noise levels of multi-rotor unmanned aerial vehicles with implications for potential underwater impacts on marine mammals. Frontiers in Marine Science, 3 . Article 277.

Fais, A., Johnson, M., Wilson, M., Aguilar Soto, N. and Madsen, P.T. (2016) Sperm whale predator-prey interactions involve chasing and buzzing, but no acoustic stunning. Scientific Reports, 6 . Article number 28562.

Wisniewska, D.M., Johnson, M., Teilmann, J., Rojano-Doñate, L., Shearer, J., Sveegaard, S., Miller, L.A., Siebert, U. and Madsen, P.T. (2016) Ultra-high foraging rates of harbor porpoises make them vulnerable to anthropogenic disturbance. Current Biology, 26 (11). pp. 1441-1446.

Ladegaard, M., Jensen, F.H., de Freitas, M., Ferreira da Silva, V.M. and Madsen, P.T. (2015) Amazon river dolphins (Inia geoffrensis) use a high-frequency short-range biosonar. Journal of Experimental Biology, 218 (19). pp. 3091-3101.

Tougaard, J., Wright, A.J. and Madsen, P.T. (2015) Cetacean noise criteria revisited in the light of proposed exposure limits for harbour porpoises. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 90 (1-2). pp. 196-208.

Hermannsen, L., Tougaard, J., Beedholm, K., Nabe-Nielsen, J. and Madsen, P.T. (2015) Characteristics and propagation of airgun pulses in shallow water with implications for effects on small marine mammals. PLoS ONE, 10 (7). e0133436.

de Freitas, M., Jensen, F.H., Tyne, J.A., Bejder, L. and Madsen, P.T. (2015) Echolocation parameters of Australian humpback dolphins (Sousa sahulensis) and Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops aduncus) in the wild. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 137 (6). pp. 3033-3041.

Dyndo, M., Wiśniewska, D.M., Rojano-Doñate, L. and Madsen, P.T. (2015) Harbour porpoises react to low levels of high frequency vessel noise. Scientific Reports, 5 . Article 11083.

Christensen, C.B., Christensen-Dalsgaard, J. and Madsen, P.T. (2015) Hearing of the African lungfish (Protopterus annectens) suggests underwater pressure detection and rudimentary aerial hearing in early tetrapods. Journal of Experimental Biology, 218 (3). pp. 381-387.

Jensen, F.H., Wahlberg, M., Beedholm, K., Johnson, M., de Soto, N.A. and Madsen, P.T. (2015) Single-click beam patterns suggest dynamic changes to the field of view of echolocating Atlantic spotted dolphins (Stenella frontalis) in the wild. Journal of Experimental Biology, 218 (9). pp. 1314-1324.

Fais, A., Aguilar Soto, N., Johnson, M., Pérez-González, C., Miller, P.J.O. and Madsen, P.T. (2015) Sperm whale echolocation behaviour reveals a directed, prior-based search strategy informed by prey distribution. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 69 (4). pp. 663-674.

Jensen, F.H., Beedholm, K., Wahlberg, M., Bejder, L. and Madsen, P.T. (2012) Estimated communication range and energetic cost of bottlenose dolphin whistles in a tropical habitat. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 131 (1). pp. 582-592.

Wahlberg, M., Jensen, F.H., Aguilar Soto, N., Beedholm, K., Bejder, L., Oliveira, C., Rasmussen, M., Simon, M., Villadsgaard, A. and Madsen, P.T. (2011) Source parameters of echolocation clicks from wild bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops aduncus and Tursiops truncatus). The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 130 (4). pp. 2263-2274.

Jensen, F., Beedholm, K., Wahlberg, M., Bejder, L. and Madsen, P.T. (2010) Bottlenose dolphin short-range communication in a shallow, noisy environment. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 128 (4). p. 2467.

Jensen, F.H., Bejder, L., Wahlberg, M. and Madsen, P.T. (2009) Biosonar adjustments to target range of echolocating bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops sp.) in the wild. Journal of Experimental Biology, 212 (8). pp. 1078-1086.

Jensen, F.H., Bejder, L., Wahlberg, M., Aguilar Soto, N. and Madsen, P.T. (2009) Vessel noise effects on delphinid communication. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 395 . pp. 161-175.

Jensen, F.H., Wahlberg, M., Madsen, P.T. and Bejder, L. (2008) Noise levels and masking potential of small whale watching and research vessel around two delphinid species. Bioacoustics, 17 (1-3). pp. 166-168.

Wahlberg, M., Schack, H.B., Wilson, M., Bejder, L. and Madsen, P.T. (2008) Particle acceleration noise generated by boats. Bioacoustics, 17 (1-3). pp. 148-150.

Conference Item

de Freitas, M., Jensen, F.H., Smith, J., Tyne, J.A., Beedholm, K., Bejder, L. and Madsen, P.T. (2015) Who’s who? Echolocation clicks are unsuitable for distinguishing small delphinid species in passive acoustic monitoring scenarios. In: 21st Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, 13 - 18 December, San Francisco, CA, USA.

Jensen, F.H., Beedholm, K., Wahlberg, M., Bejder, L. and Madsen, P.T. (2010) Short-range communication of bottlenose dolphins in a shallow, noisy habitat. In: 2nd Pan-American/Iberian Meeting on Acoustics, 15--19 November, Cancun, Mexico.

Jensen, F.H., Wahlberg, M., Bejder, L. and Madsen, P.T. (2008) Do Tursiops adjust sonar source levels when approaching targets? In: Danish Marine Mammal Symposium, Aarhus, Denmark.

Jensen, F.H., Wahlberg, M., Bejder, L. and Madsen, P.T. (2008) Source characteristics and propagation of bottlenose dolphin whistles in the wild. In: Second International Conference on Acoustic Communication by Animals, 12 - 15 August, Corvallis, Oregon.

Jensen, F.H., Wahlberg, M., Bejder, L. and Madsen, P.T. (2008) Time-varying gain control in the Tursiops biosonar? In: 22nd Annual Conference of the European Cetacean Society, 10 - 12 March, Egmond aan Zee, Netherlands.

Jensen, F.H., Wahlberg, M., Bejder, L. and Madsen, P.T. (2007) Noise levels and masking potential of small whale watching and research vessels around two delphinid species. In: International Conference on the Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life, 13-17 August 2007, Nyborg, Denmark.

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