Bioacoustics Winter School
International Master of Bioacoustics
How crocodiles cope with noise masking effect and accurately localize a sound source in their amphibious environment
ENES Friday Seminar Series
Talk by Masayo Soma
Hokkaido University, Japan
Talk by Julia Fisher
University of Goettingen, Germany
Talk by Elodie Ey & Fabrice de Chaumont
Institut Pasteur, France
Talk by François-Xavier Dechaume-Moncharmont
University of Lyon, France
Registration open for the 2021 Bioacoustics Winter School
Talk by Olivier Adam and Isabelle Charrier
on Whale songs
Efficacy in deceptive vocal exaggeration of human body size.
Pisanski K, Reby D, 2021.
Nature Communications, in press.
Odor discrimination in terrestrial and aquatic environments in California sea lions (Zalophus californianus) living in captivity. Brochon et al, 2021. Physiology & Behavior, in press.
The genesis of giants: Behavioural ontogeny of male northern elephant seals.
Casey C, Charrier I, Mathevon N, Nasr C, Forman P, Reichmuth C, 2020.
Animal Behaviour, 166, 247-259.
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.
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 148, EL307