Hearing at the interface

How crocodiles cope with noise masking effect and accurately localize a sound source in their amphibious environment

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Events

Talk by Masayo Soma

Hokkaido University, Japan

November 06, 2020 / 12:30 pm

ENES meeting room

Evolutionary and ethological understanding of complex mutual courtship in estrildid finches

Talk by Julia Fisher

University of Goettingen, Germany

October 16, 2020 / 12:30 pm

ENES meeting room

Vocal learning in nonhuman primates

Talk by Elodie Ey & Fabrice de Chaumont

Institut Pasteur, France

October 9, 2020 / 12:30 pm

ENES meeting room

Social communication in mice - unravelling the contexts of ultrasonic vocalisations

Talk by François-Xavier Dechaume-Moncharmont

University of Lyon, France

September 4, 2020 / 12:30 pm

ENES meeting room

Compatibility and emotional bond between partners in a monogamous fish

Registration open for the 2021 Bioacoustics Winter School

January 4-15, 2021

Faculté des Sciences et Techniques

A two-week intensive course in acoustic communication

Talk by Olivier Adam and Isabelle Charrier

on Whale songs

January 14, 2020 / 7:30 pm

Maison de l'Université

This event is part of the Bioacoustics Winter School.

Latest releases

 

BOOK

Coding strategies in vertebrate acoustic

communication

Aubin Thierry and Mathevon Nicolas

2020, Springer

PAPER

Crocodiles use both interaural level differences and interaural time differences to locate a sound source.

Papet L, Raymond M, Boyer N, Mathevon N, Grimault N.

2020

The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 148, EL307

PAPER

Evolution of communication signals and information during species radiation.

Garcia M, Theunissen F, Sèbe F, Clavel J, Ravignani A, Marin-Cudraz T, Fuchs J, Mathevon N,  

2020

Nature Communications 11, 4970

PAPER

The reliability of individual vocal signature varies across the bonobo's graded repertoire.

Keenan S, Mathevon N, Stevens JM, Nicolè F, Zuberbühler K, Guéry JP, Levréro F

2020

Animal Behaviour 169, 9-21

PAPER

Foraging postures are a potential communicative signal in female bonobos.

Demuru E, Pellegrino F, Dediu D, Levréro F

2020

Scientific Reports 10, 15431.

PAPER

Context-related variation in the peripartum vocalisations and phonatory behaviours of Holstein-Friesian dairy cows.

Green A, Clark CEF, Lomax S, Favaro L, Reby D

2020

Applied Animal Behaviour Science 231,105089.

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