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Techniques for studying vocal learning in bottlenose dolphins, Tursiops truncatus

Deborah Redish Fripp

Techniques for studying vocal learning in bottlenose dolphins, Tursiops truncatus

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Published by Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Joint Program in Oceanography/Applied Ocean Science and Engineering in Woods Hole, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bottlenosed dolphins.,
  • Animal communication.,
  • Animal sounds.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Deborah Redish Fripp.
    SeriesMIT/WHOI -- 99-02., MIT/WHOI (Series) -- 99-02.
    ContributionsMassachusetts Institute of Technology., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution., Joint Program in Oceanography/Applied Ocean Science and Engineering.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination348 p. :
    Number of Pages348
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15554107M

    Bottlenose Dolphins, Tursiops Truncatus, Under Human Care Dissertation Chair: R. C. Hill Ayse Nur Arslan, Bachelor of Science, , Bogazici University—Turkey Major: Industrial and Systems Engineering Dissertation: Polyhedral Techniques for Mixed Integer Programs Arising in Production Planning and Logistics Dissertation Chair: J. P. Richard. Notes: Studies are as follows: (1) D. P. DeMaster and J. K. Drevenak, “Survivorship patterns in three species of captive cetaceans,” Marine Mammal Science 4 (): –; (2) D. A. Duffield and R. S. Wells, “Bottlenose dolphins: Comparison of census data from dolphins in captivity with a wild population,” Soundings (Spring


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Techniques for studying vocal learning in bottlenose dolphins, Tursiops truncatus by Deborah Redish Fripp Download PDF EPUB FB2

Bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) are well known for the “plasticity” in their behavior and apparent cognitive ability (Reynolds, et al., ). The discovery of these traits, coupled with the social nature of these animals, has led scientists to speculate whether or not bottlenose dolphins and other cetaceans have culture.

A Comparison of Standard Clinical Microbiology Diagnostic Techniques to High Throughput Sequencing Using 16s rRNA Gene Analysis in Wild, Sea Side and Aquarium Bottlenose Dolphins (Tursiops truncatus), and the Water They Inhabit. Paper presented at the meeting of the International Association of Aquatic Animal Medicine, Durban, South Africa.

Bottlenose dolphins make many different sounds that have been recorded and described by researchers for over 60 years. This species, Tursiops truncatus, is arguably the most studied marine mammal.

B.G. Galef, in Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior, Bottlenose Dolphins. In the wild, young dolphins (Tursiops sp.) and their mothers forage together for several years giving the young ample opportunity to learn complex foraging behaviors from their example, while foraging in deep-water channels, some adult female dolphins carry marine sponges that are.

Signature whistles in wild bottlenose dolphins: long-term stability and emission rates develo ped through vocal learning, are. Common bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus. Abstract. Groups of bottlenose dolphins are a common sight in the Sado estuary, near Lisbon, Portugal.

They make up a small resident population of about 40 animals, usually divided in groups of ab that move in and out of the by: Abstract.

Many biologists implicitly assume that mechanisms for echolocation and communication are separate and compartmentalized. For example, the high-frequency vocal and auditory specializations of dolphins are typically only discussed in terms of echolocation and the low-frequency sounds of baleen whales are usually presented as signals for long-range Cited by: Reproductive success of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) along two regions of the Georgia coast, USA; a highly polluted site near Brunswick, Georgia and an adjacent reference site near Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research Reserveth Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, October, Quebec City.

(poster). Introduction. Cetaceans (dolphins, porpoises and whales) are an order of fully-aquatic mammals who have engrossed scientists and the public alike with their large complex brains, impressive intelligence, and social and communicative sophistication –.For a long time the study of these characteristics in cetaceans lagged behind the rich literature on cognitive, social and even Cited by: Free-ranging bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) living in Sarasota Bay, Florida appear to have a lower risk of developing insulin resistance and metabolic syndrome compared to a group of dolphins managed under human care.

Similar to humans, differences in diet and activity cycles between these groups may explain why Sarasota dolphins have lower insulin, glucose, and by:   Book contents; Encyclopedia of Marine Mammals.

Encyclopedia of Marine Mammals (Third Edition)Pages Language Learning and Cognitive Skills. Author links open overlay panel Louis M. Herman. Show more. https: The work on teaching artificial languages to bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) Cited by: 3.

Common Bottlenose Dolphins (Tursiops truncatus truncatus) are one of the most abundant marine mammal species in the northern Gulf of Mexico (GOMx), a region where they are exposed to a variety of man-made and natural order to assess and minimize the impacts of these threats, it is important to understand how Bottlenose Dolphins live within Cited by:   Free-ranging bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) living in Sarasota Bay, Florida appear to have a lower risk of developing insulin resistance and metabolic syndrome compared to a group of dolphins managed under human r to humans, differences in diet and activity cycles between these groups may explain why Sarasota dolphins have lower Cited by:   Bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) develop individually distinctive signature whistles through vocal learning.

These whistles are used to broadcast the animal's identity to conspecifics. Dolphins occasionally also copy signature whistles of others, effectively addressing them in social interactions.

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A long-haul truck driver who has. Whistle matching in wild bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus). Whistle production pre- and post-partum in bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) in human care. Whistle rates of wild bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus): influences of group size and behavior.

().Author: Teresa Gridley. Reiss D, McCowan B () Spontaneous vocal mimicry and production by bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus): Evidence for vocal learning. J Comp Psych (3): – View Article Google Scholar Hobaiter C, Byrne RW () The gestural repertoire of the wild by: Examples include long-term observations of sponge-carrying in bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops sp.) in Shark Bay, Western Australia, which have led to the discovery of tool use in dolphins and provided important information about learning and cultural transmission [4]–[6] and work on communication among dolphins and whales which has produced.

Hybridization has been documented in a many different pairs of cetacean species both in captivity and in the wild. The widespread occurrence of hybridization indicates that postmating barriers to interbreeding are incomplete within the order Cetacea, and therefore raises questions about how species integrity is maintained in the face of interspecific (and often intergeneric) gene by: Dolphins have no vocal chords, so the sounds they produce are believed to be created by forcing air through their nasal passages and nasal sacs.

The bulbous head of the bottlenose is filled with fatty tissue, and is believed to act like a lens, concentrating the clicks into a “beam” of sound. Whale of a Time is riding the wave of change, promoting successful stewardship of our planet to create a peaceful, morally just, humane and sustainable culture, while ensuring survival of all species and their natural : Whale of a Time.

Evaluation of group definitions in a population of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus), western Greece: MSc in Nature Conservation, University College London, U.K.

Aina Pascual Cuadras: Distribution and habitat preferences of common bottlenose dolphins Tursiops truncatus in the Amvrakikos Gulf, Greece. Karen Pryor was a founder of Sea Life Park in Hawaii, where she pioneered many dolphin-training techniques. She is the author of numerous papers and several books, including Karen Pryor on Behavior: Essays and Research (), and has served on the U.S.

Marine Mammal h S. Norris is Professor Emeritus of Natural History and Biology Brand: University of California Press. Similarly, in their description of vocal developmental processes in bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus), McCowan and Reiss () distinguished vocal learning, which they suggest occurs mainly during development, from vocal mimicry, which they describe as an imitative process that contributes to vocal learning (see Wickler,for a.

Close Calls between Bottlenose Dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) Mother-Calf and Male-Male Pairs in Sarasota Bay, FloridaChantal Van Ginkel, Eckerd CollegeFrom performing detailed necropsies on dolphins and seals and observing CT scans of seals and small sharks, to learning about the anatomy and physiology of the marine mammal inner ear, my summer internship at the Woods.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Hybridization has been documented in a many different pairs of cetacean species both in captivity and in the wild.

The widespread occurrence of hybridization indicates that postmating barriers to interbreeding are incomplete within the order Cetacea, and therefore raises questions about how species integrity is maintained in the face of interspecific (and often.

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• Vocal learning and mimicry in the natural communication systems of cetaceans. • Individually distinctive signature signals, vocal learning, and mimicry in the bottlenose dolphin and the sperm whale.

• Acoustic structure and social functions of the songs of baleen whales. • Responses of cetaceans to man-made noise. Bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncutns) produce a great variety of sounds, including whistles, echo[ocation clicks, and other pulsed sounds.

The behaviour and the sound emissions of eight bottlenose dolphins were studied in a dolphinarium (Zoomarine, Albufeira, Poltugal). Acoustic recordings were made with a B&K hydrophone and a Sony TCD.

Future Considerations for Feeding Bottlenose Dolphins, Tursiops truncatus, Under Human Care Amanda Ardente, Owner, Ardente Veterinary Nutrition LLC Computerized Tomography (CT) Scan for Indo-Pacific Bottlenose Dolphin and California Sea lion - Animal's Voluntary Cooperation in CT Scanning Jake Chow, Marine Mammal Trainee, Ocean Park Corporation.

whales and bottlenose dolphins than adaptations in common between grey reef sharks and bottlenose dolphins. Note: If students have not used the CER framework before, use sentence starters to help them write and prepare their arguments. Claim: Bottlenose dolphins are more closely related to 2.

Evidence: Bottlenose dolphins and humpback. Examples include long-term observations of sponge-carrying in bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops sp.) in Shark Bay, Western Australia, which have led to the discovery of tool use in dolphins and provided important information about learning and cultural transmission – and work on communication among dolphins and whales which has produced insights Cited by: Hybridization in bottlenose dolphins—A case study of Tursiops aduncus × T.

truncatus hybrids and successful backcross hybridization events. Towards a New Paradigm of Non-Captive Research on Cetacean Cognition. PLOS ONE, Sep Cited by: Animal languages are forms of non-human animal communication that show similarities to human language.

Animals communicate by using a variety of signs such as sounds or movements. Such signing may be considered complex enough to be called a form of language if the inventory of signs is large, the signs are relatively arbitrary, and the animals seem to produce them with a.

Contrary to this view we found that, at least as far as the auditory analysis of the brief signals associated with the dolphin sonar is concerned, there are more functional differences between Bottlenose Dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) and humans than similarities. With the time resolution as high as ms the auditory system of Bottlenose.

The whale's overall performance was comparable to that of echolocating bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus). The data further suggested that the whale relied on cues of target shape and strength, that changes in signal parameters were task related, and that click decreases in click repetition rates were associated with learning experience.

After a brief autobiographical introduction, detailing her career move from theatrical design to studying animal cognition, Dr Reiss introduced us to Tursiops truncatus, the common bottlenose dolphin. Dr Reiss described dolphins as true non-terrestrials- they have a totally aquatic lifestyle.

DA02Are bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) increasing in the North–Western part of the Pelagos Sanctuary (Mediterranean Sea). Valentina De Santis(1), Prof. Arianna Azzellino(1,2), Dr. Caterina Lanfredi(1), Sabina Airoldi(1) (1) Tethys Research Institute, Milano,Italy.

Northwest Fisheries Science Center is one of six regional Science Centers for NOAA Fisheries. NOAA Fisheries Service, also referred to as the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), is a branch of the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration in the Department of Commerce.

Erwin Nemeth, Torben=20 Dabelsteen, Simon Boel Pedersen, Hans Winkler pp. Vocal behavior of resident killer whale matrilines with newborn calves:=20 The role of family signatures Brigitte M. Weiss, Friedrich Ladich, Paul=20 Spong, Helena Symonds pp. Monaural and binaural hearing directivity in the bottlenose dolphin: Evoked.Connor, R.

C. (). Dolphin social intelligence: complex alliance relationships in bottlenose dolphins and a consideration of selective environments for extreme brain size evolution in mammals. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London.

Series B, Biological Sciences, (), Eysenck, H. J. ().Marten, Ken and Psarakos, Suchi, Using Self-View Television to Distinguish between Self-Examination and Social Behavior in the Bottlenose Dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) Consciousness and Cognition, Volume 4, Number 2, pp.Academic Press, June