Bio-Acoustic Documents

Fulton, E., Smith, A., and Punt, A. (2005) Which ecological indicators can robustly detect effects of fishing. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 62, 540-51.


Lehodey P., Senina I. and Murtugudde R. (2008) A Spatial Ecosystem And Populations Dynamics Model (SEAPODYM) - Modelling of tuna and tuna-like populations. Progress in Oceanography, 78: 304-318.


Lehodey, P., J. Jouanno1, I Senina1, R. Kloser2, J. Young2 (in prep). Evaluating a pelagic mid-trophic level model with acoustic data in the east Australia region. Deep Sea Research.


Kloser, R. J., Ryan, T. E., Young, J. W., and Lewis, M. E. 2009. Ocean-basin scale acoustic observations of micronekton fishes: potential and challenges. - ICES Journal of Marine Science, 66: 000-000.


Nils Olav Handegard, N.O., Demer, D., Kloser, R.J., Lehodey, P., Maury, O. and Simard, Y. 2009. Toward a global ocean Mid-trophic Automatic Acoustic Sampler (MAAS),


Robison, B.H. (2009) Conservation of Deep Pelagic biodiversity. Conservation Biology, 23(4), 847-858.

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