Haver, SM, Fournet, MEH, Dziak RP, Gabriele, CM, Gedamke, J, Hatch, LT, Haxel, J, Heppell, SA, McKenna, MA, Mellinger, DK,  and SM Van Parijs. (2019). Comparing the Underwater Soundscapes of Four U.S. National Parks and Marine Sanctuaries. Frontiers in Marine Ecology. 6: 500  

Fournet, MEH, Stabenau, E, and AN Rice. (2019). Relationship between salinity and sonic fish advertisement behavior in a managed sub-tropical estuary: making the case for an acoustic indicator species. Ecological Indicators. 6:105331

Fournet, MEH, Matthews, LP, Gabriele, CM, Haver, S, Mellinger, DK and H Klinck. (2018). Humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) alter calling behavior in response to natural and manmade sounds. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 607: 251- 268.  DOI:10.3354/meps12784

Fournet, MEH, Gabriele CM, Culp, DC, Mellinger, DK, Sharpe, F, and H Klinck. (2018) Some things never change: multi-decadal stability in humpback whale calling repertoire on Southeast Alaskan foraging grounds.  Scientific Reports.  DOI:10.1038/s41598-018-31527-x

+Barlow, D, +Fournet , M, and F. Sharpe. (2018). Incorporating tides into the acoustic ecology of humpback whales. Marine Mammal Science DOI:10.1111/mms.12534 +authors contributed equally

Fournet, MEH, Jacobsen LGabriele CMMellinger DK, and H Klinck. (2018) More of the same: allopatric humpback whale populations share acoustic repertoirePeerJ 6:e5365 DOI: 10.7717/peerj.5365 

Fournet, MEH,  Matthews, LM, Gabriele , CM, Mellinger, DK, and H Klinck. (2018) Source Levels of foraging humpback whale calls. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Express Letters. 143(3)  EL105-EL111. DOI: 10.1121/1.5023599*

Fournet, MEH, Gabriele, CM, Sharpe, F, Straley, J, and AS Szabo. (2018). Feeding calls produced by solitary humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae). Marine Mammal Science 34(3): 851-865.  DOI: 10.1111/mms.12485

Haver, SM, Gedamke, J, Hatch, LT, Dziak, RP, Van Parijs, S, McKenna, MF, Barlow, J, Berchok, C, DiDonato, E, Hanson, B, and J Haxel (2018). Monitoring long-term soundscape trends in US waters: The NOAA/NPS ocean noise reference station network. Marine Policy. 1(90):6-13.

Matthews, LP, Blades, B, and SE Parks (2018). Female harbor seal (Phoca vitulina) behavioral response to playbacks of underwater male acoustic advertisement displays. PeerJ. 26;6:e4547.

Haver, SM, Klinck, H, Nieukirk, SL, Matsumoto, H, Dziak, RP and JL Miksis-Olds (2017). The not-so-silent world: measuring Arctic, Equatorial, and Antarctic soundscapes in the Atlantic Ocean. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers, 122, 95-104.

Matthews, LP, Parks, S, Fournet, MH, Gabriele, CS ,Womble, J, and H Klinck (2017). Source levels and call parameters of harbor seal breeding vocalizations near a terrestrial haulout site in Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve. JASA Express Letters. EL274-EL280.*

Matthews, LP, Gabriele, CM, and SE Parks (2017). The role of season, tide, and diel period in the presence of harbor seal (Phoca vitulina) breeding vocalizations in Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, Alaska. Aquatic Mammals 43(5):537-46.

Gabriele, CS, Fournet, MH, and LP Matthews (2016). Whales, Seals, and Vessels: Investigating the Acoustic Ecology of Underwater Glacier Bay. Alaska Parks Science 15(1), 61-67.

Fournet, ME, Szabo A, and DK Mellinger. (2015). Repertoire and classification of non-song vocalizations in Southeast Alaskan humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae). Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 137 (1), 1-11. DOI: 10.1121/1.4904504*

Van Parijs, SM, Baumgartner, M, Cholewiak, D, Davis, G, Gedamke, J, Gerlach, D, Haver S, Hatch, J, Hatch, L, Hotchkin C, and A Izzi (2015). NEPAN: A US Northeast passive acoustic sensing network for monitoring, reducing threats and the conservation of marine animals. Marine Technology Society Journal. 49(2):70-86.

Matthews, LP, McCordic, JA, and SE Parks (2014). Remote acoustic monitoring of North Atlantic right whales (Eubalaena glacialis) reveals seasonal and diel variations in acoustic behavior. PloS one. 9(3):e91367.



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