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Importance of the swimbladder in acoustic scattering by fish: A comparison of gadoid and mackerel target strengths
(Journal article; Peer reviewed, 1980)
Previous determinations of the swimbladder contribution to the fish backscattering cross section have been hindered by ignorance of the acoustic boundary conditions at the swimbladder wall. The present study circumvents ...
Rather-high-frequency sound scattering by swimbladdered fish
(Journal article; Peer reviewed, 1985)
A new model describes acoustic scattering by swimbladdered fish of lengths from at least 8 to 36 wavelengths. It represents a fish by an ideal pressure-release surface having the exact size and shape as the swimbladder. ...
Can predator avoidance explain varying overwintering depth of Calanus in different oceanic water masses?
(Journal article; Peer reviewed, 1999-04-15)
Distributions of overwintering Calanus spp. in the upper 1000 m in the Norwegian and Greenland Seas were studied in relation to hydrography, invertebrate predators and acoustic scattering layers (38 kHz). C, finmarchicus ...
Acoustic abundance estimation of midwater animals
(Journal article; Peer reviewed, 1999)
Bioacoustics and D. V. Holliday: a scientific tribute
Hydroacoustic performance of fishery survey instruments
Linearity of fisheries acoustics, with addition theorems
(Journal article; Peer reviewed, 1983)
An experiment to verify the basic linearity of fisheries acoustics is described. Herring (Clupea harengus L.) was the subject fish. Acoustic measurements consisted of the echo energy from aggregations of encaged but otherwise ...
Probing the deep: Acoustic characterization of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge ecosystem
(Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2006)