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海洋哺乳动物与海洋生物声学研究室

  

  海洋哺乳动物与海洋生物声学实验室——三亚市重点实验室

  中国科学院hot88科学与工程研究所(简热竞技最热电竞-2020最新官网我为什么会脸红……1片(1盎司)全麦面包称“hot88所”)“海洋哺乳动物与海洋生物声学实验室”受“知识创新工程领域前沿”等项目资助,于2012年成立,于2014年批准成为三亚市重点实验室,主要从事海洋哺乳动物生物声学、生物学、生态学、保护生物学以及水下噪声对海洋生物的影响、仿生学声纳、海洋声学监测等研究工作。

  海洋哺乳动物

  海洋哺乳动物是哺乳类中适于海栖环境的特殊类群(也包括生活在河流或湖泊中的哺乳动物,如白鱀豚和长江江豚),通常被人们称作为海兽,主要包括鲸目(齿鲸和须鲸)、海牛目、鳍脚目三大类,是水中胎生哺乳、肺呼吸、恒体温、流线形且前肢特化为鳍状的脊椎动物。世界上总共有接近130个海洋哺乳动物物种。据历史记载,生活或出没在我国沿海或河流系统的海洋哺乳动物有近40种,其中超过30个海洋哺乳动物物种在我国南海海域均有记录,包括我国国家一级保护动物——中华白海豚、最大的齿鲸——抹香鲸、地球上现存的最大动物——蓝鲸等。然而,我国科研人员除了对生活在长江中下游的白鱀豚和长江江豚以及近年来对生活在沿海地区如厦门、珠江口、北部湾等的中华白海豚的生物学、种群生态学、行为生态学等进行了较为系统的研究和调查以外,对于其它海洋哺乳动物尤其是生活在南海海域包括海南岛周边的海洋哺乳动物的研究和调查寥寥无几。对于这些动物的进化历程和机制、食性、生命表、种群现状、分布与迁移规律、受威胁因子、行为特性等知之甚少。而对于这些问题的了解,无论是对于这些动物本身的研究和保护还是对于整个海洋生态系统的研究和保护,都具有非常重要的意义。HOT88将以这些海洋哺乳动物尤其是南海海域的海洋哺乳动物为研究对象,围绕上述科学问题开展相应的研究工作。

  海洋生物声学

  声音是水下最有效的能量传播形式。绝大多数水下自然活动(如火山喷发、地震)或生命过程(如生物的求偶、觅食、竞争及社交通讯等行为)都会产生水下声音,因此海洋是一个充满声音的世界。大多数海洋生物(包括甲壳纲动物、鱼类及海洋哺乳动物)都是声学专家,主要借助声音进行通讯或导航。其中,海洋哺乳动物中的所有齿鲸物种都具有超凡的回声定位(即生物声纳)能力,都发出高频(不同物种发出的回声定位信号的峰值频率在20-150 kHz之间不等)脉冲声信号并接收目标回声,以探测周围的环境、导航定位、寻找食物等。然而,迄今为止,人类对于海洋生物声行为的规律和特征、物种特异性、环境适应性、声音产生及接收机理、生物声行为的生物学及生态学意义、气候变化及人类活动对海洋生物声行为的影响、齿鲸生物声纳与听觉的能力和机理、水下噪声对海洋生物的影响程度、范围及机制等的了解仍非常有限。HOT88将试图针对上述问题提供一些科学答案。

  The Marine Mammal and Marine Bioacoustics Laboratory (M3BL) was founded in 2012 when the Lab’s head, Dr. Songhai Li, joined the Sanya Institute of Deep-sea Science and Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences, with starting support funded by the “Hundred Talents Program” of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. This Laboratory is dedicated to research on bioacoustics, biology, ecology, and conservation biology of the marine mammals, and acoustic behavior of marine animals, biosonar and hearing of odontocetes, noise affects on marine animals, biomimetic sonarHOT88_反恐精英竞猜软件“红色……”李强转过身来望着她。, and passive acoustic monitoring.

  Marine Mammals

  Marine Mammals are a special mammal group that has adapted to marine or riverine habitats. The group includes the CETACEA (Mysticeti and Odontoceti), SIRENIA, PINNIPEDIA, and some of the CARNIVORES. They are vertebrates with characteristics of aquatic living, viviparity, breast-feeding, pulmonary respiration, homeothermicity, streamlined shape, and finlike limb specializations. There are about 130 marine mammal species in total on the planet. Historical documents indicate that there were about 40 marine mammal species appearing in the Chinese waters, among which over 30 species were recorded in the South China Sea, including the grade one national protected animal of China, the Indo-Pacific humpback dolphin (Sousa chinensis), the largest odontocete species, the Sperm whale (Physeter macrocephalus), and the existing largest animal of the planet, the Blue whale (Balaenoptera musculus). Unfortunately, relatively systematic research and investigation on the biology, population ecology, and behavioral ecology of the marine mammals in the Chinese waters have only been performed on the Baiji (Lipotes vexillifer) and the Yangtze finless porpoise (Neophocaena phocaenoides asiaeorientalis) in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River, and recently on the Indo-Pacific humpback dolphin in the coastal waters of the mainland around Xiamen, Zhujiang Estuary, and Beibu Bay. The relevant research and investigation on other marine mammals especially those around the Hainan Island and in the South China Sea waters have been very scanty if anything at all. Little is known about the feeding habits, prey composition, life table, population status, patterns of distribution and migration, threats, and behavioral features of these animals. The taxonomic status, evolutionary processes and mechanisms on some of the animals are also not clear. Our Lab will be focusing on these marine mammals especially those around the Hainan Island and in the South China Sea with the aim of developing new knowledge and filling these gaps.

  Marine Bioacoustics

  Of all the ways to communicate underwater over long distances, sound is the most effective one. During most of the physical processes, such as earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, and biological processes, such as spawning events, courtship behaviors, feeding, competition, and social communication among many aquatic animals, underwater sounds are produced. The ocean is full of sound. Many species of crustaceans, fish, and marine mammals are acoustic specialists that rely on sounds for communication and/or navigation. All the odontocetes possess sophisticated echolocation (i.e., biosonar) capabilities. They typically produce ultrasonic pulse signals (echolocation clicks) varying in frequency between 20 and 150 kHz according to species, and perceive echoes from the targets or environments, navigation, and foraging within their three-dimensional, and often vision limited, underwater environment. However, so far, our understanding on the marine bioacoustics is still very limited. For example, we don’t know the patterns and characteristics, species specificity, environmental adaptation, mechanisms of sound production and receiving, biological and ecological significance of the bioacoustic behavior on most marine animals. We are not clear about the effects of global climate change, ocean acidification, and human activities on the bioacoustic behaviors. For many odontocete species, especially the animals in the wild, we don’t know the characteristics, capabilities and mechanisms of their biosonar and hearing. We are not clear on how underwater acoustic noise affects marine animals, and what the extent, range, and mechanisms of the effects of noise. To understand more, and to answer the above questions, will be our lab’s focus.

  学科组成员 

  职工 

  李松海,博士,研究员,博士生导师,海洋哺乳动物与海洋生物声学实验室学科带头人(http://ir.idsse.ac.cn/lish@idsse.ac.cn); 

  张培君,博士,副研究员; 

  林明利,博士,助理研究员; 

  董黎君, 博士,助理研究员”; 

  潘载扬,硕士,研究助理; 

  Francesco Caruso(意大利),博士后,2017.11-2019.04 

  学生 

  刘明中,博士研究生,2014年入学; 

  刘明明,博士研究生,2017年入学; 

  高海钰,博士研究生,2018年入学; 

  龚梓宁,硕士研究生,2016年入学; 

  徐婉雪,硕士研究生,2017年入学; 

  汤小明,硕士研究生,2017年入学; 

  韦正志,硕士研究生,2017年入学; 

  李永川,硕士研究生,2017年入学; 

  赵立坤,硕士研究生,2018年入学; 

  韩畴廷,硕士研究生,2018年入学; 

  Rajitha Sankal(斯里兰卡),硕士研究生,2018年入学 

  实验室电话:0898-88222393  0898-88216566  

  

  学科组承担科研项目 

  国家自然科学基金委优秀青年基金项目,李松海,2015/01-2017/12; 

  国家自然科学基金委青年基金项目,林明利,2015/01-2017/12; 

  中国科学院三亚hot88科学与工程研究所青年项目,张培君,2014/09-2016/08; 

  香港海洋公园保育基金,李松海,林明利,2014/07-2015/06; 

  海南省科技兴海专项资金项目,林明利,2014/05-2016/04; 

  国家自然科学基金委青年基金项目,李松海,2014/01-2016/12; 

  中国科学院信息化专项,李松海,2014/01-2015/12; 

  中国科学院先导专项B课题,李松海,2014/01-2018/12; 

  中国科学院先导专项A子课题,李松海,2013/07-2014/12;

  中国科学院三亚hot88科学与工程研究所“知识创新工程领域前沿项目”,李松海,2013/01-2015/12;  

  农业部广东省海洋与渔业局渔业种质资源保护项目子课题,李松海,2013/01-2014/HOT88_游戏竞猜我说,不,我很平凡。多多睡得很香甜。12; 

  三亚市院地科技合作项目,林明利,2013/05-2014/04; 

  中国科学院三亚hot88科学与工程研究所青年项目,林明利,2013/09-2015/08。 

  香港海洋公园基金项目(二期),李松海,2015.07-2018.06 

  海南省重大项目课题,李松海,2016.01-2018.12 

  国家重点研发专项课题,李松海,2016.07-2021.12 

  国家重点研发专项课题,董黎君,2018.07 - 2020.12 

  国家重点研发专项课题,张培君,2018.07-2020.12

  学科带头人介绍:

  李松海,博士,中国科学院三亚hot88科学与工程研究所研究员,博士生导师,国家自然基金委“优秀青年基金”获得者。hot88科学研究部,海洋哺乳动物与海洋生物声学实验室,学科带头人。  

  办公电话:0898-88222393

  传 真:0898-88222393

  电子邮箱:lish@sidsse.ac.cn

  教育经历

  2002年9月-2007年7月:中国科学院研究生院(中国科学院水生生物研究所),研究生(硕博连读),获博士学位;

  1998年9月-2002年6月:武汉大学生命科学院学院,本科生,获学士学位。

  研究兴趣:

  海洋哺乳动物生物声学、生物学、生态学、保护生物学;海洋哺乳动物与其猎物之间声行为的协同进化关系;齿鲸生物声呐与听觉;水下噪声对海洋生物的影响;仿生学声纳;海洋声学监测。   

  工作经历

  2012年10月-目前:中国科学院三亚hot88科学与工程研究所研究员;

  2011年10月-2013年2月:新加坡国立大学热带海洋科学研究所,Research Fellow;

  2009年9月-2011年9月:美国,夏威夷大学海洋生物研究所,Postdoctoral Fellow;

  2009年4月-2009年9月:美国,伍兹霍尔海洋学研究所,Guest Investigator;

  2009年2月-2009年4月:美国,西肯德基大学,Visiting Scholar;

  2007年7月-2009年2月:中国科学院水生生物研究所,助理研究员、副研究员。   

  其它学术活动

  Editorial board member of the American Journal of Experimental Biology;

  Editorial Board Members of the Journal of Shipping and Ocean Engineering;

  Senior Editorial Board (SEB) Member of the American Journal of Ocean Science and Engineering;

  Member of the Acoustical Society of America;

  Member of the Society for Marine Mammalogy;

  Reviewer of the Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, PlosONE, and Journal of Mammalogy.

  论文发表(Please send an email to lish@sidsse.ac.cn for pdf copy request):

  1)Journal Publications (selected)

  1. Suwat Jutapruet, Shiang-Lin Huang, Songhai Li, Mingli Lin, Kongkiat Kittiwattanawong, Siriporn Pradit. (2015) Abundance and habitat characteristics of the Indo-Pacific humpback dolphins (Sousa chinensis) off Donsak, Surat Thani, Thailand. Aquatic Mammals. (In press)

  2. Lijun Dong, Ding Wang, Kexiong Wang, Songhai Li, Zhigang Mei, Shiyong Wang, Tomonari Akamatsu, and Satoko Kimura. (2015) Yangtze finless porpoises along the main channel of Poyang Lake, China: Implications for conservation. Marine Mammal Science. 31, 612-628.

  3. T. Aran Mooney, Songhai Li, Darlene R. Ketten, Kexiong Wang, Ding Wang. (2014). Hearing pathways in the Yangtze finless porpoise, Neophocaena asiaeorientalis asiaeorientalis. Journal of Experimental Biology. 217, 444–452.

  4. Songhai Li, Ding Wang, Kexiong Wang, Matthias Hoffmann-Kuhnt, Nimal Fernando, Elizabeth A. Taylor, Wenzhi Lin, Jialin Chen, and Timothy Ng. (2013) Possible age-related hearing loss (presbycusis) and corresponding change in echolocation parameters in a stranded Indo-Pacific humpback dolphin. Journal of Experimental Biology. 216, 4144–4153. Featured in inside JEB: http://jeb.biologists.org/content/216/22/iii.full Reported in SCIENCE News: http://news.sciencemag.org/biology/2013/10/scienceshot-could-you-repeat-click

  5. Satoko Kimura, Tomonari Akamatsu, Ding Wang, Songhai Li, Kexiong Wang, and Ken Yoda. (2013). Variation in the production rate of biosonar signals in freshwater porpoises. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 133, 3128–3134.

  6. Stuart Ibsen, Paul Nachtigall, Jacqueline Krause-Nehring, Laura Kloepper, Marlee Breese, Songhai Li, and Stephanie Vlachos. (2012). Spatial orientation of different frequencies within the echolocation beam of a Tursiops truncatus and Pseudorca crassidens. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 132, 1213–1221.

  7. Songhai Li, Ding Wang, Kexiong Wang, Elizabeth A. Taylor, Emilie Cros, Wenjing Shi, Zhitao Wang, Liang Fang, Yuefei Chen, and Fanming Kong. (2012). Evoked-potential audiogram of an Indo-Pacific humpback dolphin (Sousa chinensis). Journal of Experimental Biology. 215, 3055–3063. doi: 10.1242/?jeb.070904.

  8. Satoko Kimura, Tomonari Akamatsu, Songhai Li, Lijun Dong, Kexiong Wang, Ding Wang, and Nobuaki Arai. (2012). Seasonal changes in the local distribution of Yangtze finless porpoises related to fish presence. Marine Mammal Science. 28, 308–324. DOI: 10.1111/j.1748-7692.2011.00490.x

  9. 董首悦,董黎君,李松海,木村里子,赤松友成,王克雄,王丁。(2012)。江西鄱阳湖湖口水域船舶通行对长江江豚发声行为的影响 Effects of vessel traffic on the acoustic behavior of Yangtze finless porpoises (neophocaena phocaenoides asiaeorientalis) in the confluence of Poyang lake and the Yangtze river: using fixed passive acoustic observation methods。水生生物学报,2,246–254。(In Chinese with English Abstract)

  10. Songhai Li, Paul E. Nachtigall, Marlee Breese, and Alexander Ya. Supin. (2012). Hearing sensation levels of emitted biosonar clicks in an echolocating Atlantic bottlenose dolphin. PLoS ONE 7(1): e29793. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0029793.

  11. Mai Sakai, Ding Wang, Kexiong Wang, Songhai Li, and Tomonari Akamatsu. (2011). Do porpoises choose their associates? A new method for analyzing social relationships among Cetaceans. PLoS ONE 6(12): e28836. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0028836.

  12. T. Aran Mooney, Songhai Li, Darlene R. Ketten, Kexiong Wang, and Ding Wang. (2011). Auditory temporal resolution and evoked responses to pulsed sounds for the Yangtze finless porpoises (Neophocaena phocaenoides asiaeorientalis). Journal of Comparative Physiology – A. 197, 1149–1158. DOI 10.1007/s00359-011-0677-y

  13. Lijun Dong, Ding Wang, Kexiong Wang, Songhai Li, Shouyue Dong, Xiujiang Zhao, Tomonari Akamatsu, and Satoko Kimura. (2011). Passive acoustic survey of Yangtze finless porpoises using a cargoship as a moving platform. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 130, 2285–2292.

  14. Songhai Li, Paul E. Nachtigall, and Marlee Breese. (2011). Dolphin hearing during echolocation: evoked potential responses in an Atlantic bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus). Journal of Experimental Biology. 214, 2027–2035. doi:10.1242/jeb.053397. Featured in inside JEB: http://jeb.biologists.org/content/214/12/iii.full

  15. 梅志刚,郝玉江,郑劲松,王克雄,李松海,王丁。(2011)。长江江豚种群衰退机理研究进展 Research progress on population decline mechanism of the endangered Yangtze finless porpoise。生命科学5,519–524。(In Chinese with English Abstract)

  16. Satoko Kimura, Tomonari Akamatsu, Songhai Li, Shouyue Dong, Lijun Dong, Kexiong Wang, Ding Wang, and Nobuaki Arai. (2010). Density estimation of Yangtze finless porpoises using a passive acoustic sensors and automated click train detection. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 128, 1435–1445.

  17. Songhai Li, Tomonari Akamatsu, Lijun Dong, Kexiong Wang, Ding Wang, and Satoko Kimura. (2010). Widespread passive acoustic detection of Yangtze finless porpoise using miniature stereo acoustic data-loggers: a review. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 128, 1476–1482.

  18. 施慧雄,焦海峰,尤仲杰,王亚军,李松海,徐继林,杨家锋。(2010)。 船舶噪声对鲈鱼和大黄鱼血浆皮质醇水平的影响 The effect of ship noise on the secretion of cortisol in Lateolabrax japonicus and Pseudosciaena crocea。生态学报14,3760–3765。(In Chinese with English Abstract)

  19. Tomonari Akamatsu, Ding Wang, Kexiong Wang, Songhai Li, and Shouyue Dong. (2010). Scanning sonar of rolling porpoises during prey capture trials. The Journal of Experimental Biology, 213, 146–152.

  20. Songhai Li, Tomonari Akamatsu, Ding Wang, and Kexiong Wang. (2009) Localization and tracking of phonating finless porpoises using towed stereo acoustic data-loggers. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 126, 468–475.

  21. Satoko Kimura, Tomonari Akamatsu, Kexiong Wang, Ding Wang, Songhai Li, and Shouyue Dong. (2009) Comparison of stationary acoustic monitoring and visual observation of finless porpoises. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 125, 547–553.

  22. Tomonari Akamatsu, Ding Wang, Kexiong Wang, Songhai Li, Shouyue Dong, Xiujiang Zhao, J Barlow, Brent S. Stewart, and Michael Richlen. (2008) Estimation of the detection probability for Yangtze finless porpoises (Neophocoena phocoenoides asiaeorientalis) with a passive acoustic method. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 123, 4403–4411.

  23. Songhai Li, Kexiong Wang, Ding Wang, Shouyue Dong, and Tomonari Akamatsu. (2008b) Simultaneous production of low- and high-frequency sounds by neonatal finless porpoises. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 124, 716–718.

  24. Songhai Li, Tomonari Akamatsu, Ding Wang, Kexiong Wang, Shouyue Dong, Xiujiang Zhao, Zhuo Wei, Xianfeng Zhang, Barbara Taylor, Leigh A. Barrett, Samuel T. Turvey, Randall R. Reeves, Brent S. Stewart, Michael Richlen, and John R. Brandon. (2008a). INDIRECT EVIDENCE OF BOAT AVOIDANCE BEHAVIOR OF YANGTZE FINLESS PORPOISES. Bioacoustics-The International Journal of Animal Sound and its Recording. 17, 174–176.

  25. Satoko Kimura, Tomonari Akamatsu, Ding Wang, Kexiong Wang, and Songhai Li. (2007). Monitoring local migration of Yangtze finless porpoises by acoustic gate. Journal of Marine Acoustic Society of Japan, 34, 40–45. (In Japanese with English Abstract)

  26. Songhai Li, Ding Wang, Kexiong Wang, Jianqiang Xiao, and Tomonari Akamatsu. (2007b) The ontogeny of echolocation in the Yangtze Finless porpoise (Neophocaena phocaenoides asiaeorientalis). Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 122, 715–718.

  27. Songhai Li, Ding Wang, Kexiong Wang, Tomonari Akamatsu, Zhiqiang Ma, and Jiabo Han. (2007a) Echolocation click sounds from wild inshore finless porpoise (Neophocaena phocaenoides sunameri) with comparisons to the sonar of riverine N.p. asiaeorientalis. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 121, 3938–3946.

  28. Songhai Li, Ding Wang, Kexiong Wang, and Tomonari Akamatsu. (2006) Sonar gain control in echolocating finless porpoises (Neophocaena phocaenoides) in an open water. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 120, 1803–1806.

  29. Songhai Li, Kexiong Wang, Ding Wang, and Tomonari Akamatsu. (2005b) Origin of the double- and multi-pulse structure of echolocation signals in Yangtze finless porpoise (Neophocaena phocaenoides asiaeorientalis). Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 118, 3934–3940.

  30. Songhai Li, Kexiong Wang, Ding Wang, and Tomonari Akamatsu. (2005a) Echolocation signals of the free-ranging Yangtze finless porpoise (Neophocaena phocaenoides asiaeorientalis). Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 117, 3288–3296.

  31. Kexiong Wang, Ding Wang, Tomonari Akamatsu, Songhai Li, and Jianqiang Xiao. (2005) A passive acoustic monitoring method applied to observation and group size estimation of finless porpoises. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 118, 1180–1185.

  32. Vladimir V. Popov, Alexander Ya. Supin, Ding Wang, Kexiong Wang, Jianqiang Xiao, and Songhai Li. (2005) Evoked-potential audiogram of the Yangtze finless porpoise Neophocaena phocaenoides asiaeorientalis. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 117, 2728–2731.

  2)Book Chapters

  1. Songhai Li, Paul E. Nachtigall, and Marlee Breese. (2011) Auditory brain stem responses associated with echolocation in an Atlantic bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus). In: The Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life. Popper, A. N., and Hawkins, A. (Eds). Springer Pub, pp. 45-47.

  2. Songhai Li, Shouyue Dong, Satoko Kimura, Tomonari Akamatsu, Kexiong Wang, and Ding Wang. (2010) Detection of Yangtze finless porpoise in the Poyang Lake mouth area via passive acoustic data-loggers. In: Biology, Evolution, and Conservation of River Dolphins within South America and Asia. Ruiz-Garcia, M., and Shostell, J. M. (Eds). Nova Science Pub Inc. ISBN 978-1-60876-633-8, pp. 343–355.

  3. Songhai Li, Ding Wang, Kexiong Wang, Tomonari Akamatsu, Alexander Ya. Supin, and Vladimir V. Popov. (2009) Biosonar and auditory system of the Yangtze finless porpoise. In: Endangered Species: New Research. Columbus A., and Kuznetsov L. (Eds). Nova Science Pub Inc. ISBN 978-1-60692-241-5, pp. 1–13.

  3)Conference Proceedings

  1. Songhai Li, Ding Wang, Kexiong Wang, Elizabeth A. Taylor, Emilie Cros, Wenjing Shi, Zhitao Wang, Liang Fang, Yuefei Chen, and Fanming Kong. (2012). Evoked-potential audiogram of an Indo-Pacific humpback dolphin (Sousa chinensis). 11th European Conference on Underwater Acoustics 2012, ECUA 2012. 720–725.

  2. Songhai Li, Paul E. Nachtigall, and Marlee Breese. (2012) Overcompensation of echo attenuation and dual-component biosonar control in echolocation of an Atlantic bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus). Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 131, 3360–3360.

  3. Kexiong Wang, Lijun Dong, Tomonari Akamatsu , Satoko Kimura , Shiyong Wang, Zhigang Mei, Songhai Li, and Ding Wang. (2012) Effects of water levels on distribution patterns of the Yangtze finless porpoises in Poyang and Dongting Lakes, China. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 131, 3361–3361.

  4. Ding Wang, Tomonari Akamatsu, Kexiong Wang, and Songhai Li. (2012) A review on bio-sonar behaviour research of Yangtze finless porpoise using animal bone acoustic data loggers. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 131, 3522–3522.

  5. Satoko Kimura, Tomonari Akamatsu, Kexiong Wang, Ding Wang, Songhai Li, and Nobuaki Arai. (2012) Individual variability of echolocation and diving behavior of Yangtze finless porpoises. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 131, 3493–3493.

  6. Tomonari Akamatsu, Satoko Kimura, Songhai Li, Lijun Dong, Kexiong Wang, and Ding Wang. (2011) A stereo acoustic event recorder for monitoring abundance and movements of dolphins and porpoises. 2011 IEEE Symposium on Underwater Technology, UT'11 and Workshop on Scientific Use of Submarine Cables and Related Technologies, SSC'11. April 5-8, 2011. Japan.

  7. Satoko Kimura, Tomonari Akamatsu, Songhai Li, Shouyue Dong, Kexiong Wang, Ding Wang, and Nobuaki Arai. (2010) Tracking trials of echolocating finless porpoise by two stationary passive acoustic monitoring systems. Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on SEASTAR2000 and Asian Bio-logging Science, 73-76. March 5-6, 2009. Bangkok, Thailand.

  8. Satoko Kimura, Tomonari Akamatsu, Kexiong Wang, Songhai Li, Shouyue Dong, and Ding Wang. (2009) Small-scale towing survey combined acoustical and visual observation for finless porpoise in the Yangtze River. Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on SEASTAR2000 and Asian Bio-logging Science, 63-65. December 15-17, 2007. Phuket, Thailand.

  9. 李松海,王丁,王克雄,赤松友成。(2007)江豚回声定位信号特征及其声呐探测能力。野生动物生态与资源保护第四届全国学术研讨会。Pp61,July,2007。China,中国青海西宁。

  10. 王丁,王克雄,李松海,赤松友成。(2007)长江豚类的声学研究。野生动物生态与资源保护第四届全国学术研讨会。Pp62,July,2007。China,中国青海西宁。

  11. 赵修江,王丁,Barlow,J., Pitman,R.L., Taylor,B.L., 王克雄,魏卓,张先锋,李松海,Barrett.L.A., Akamatsu,T., Turvey,S.T., Reeves,R.R., Stewart,B.S., Richlen,M., and Brandon,J.R.(2007)长江中下游长江江豚种群数量研究。野生动物生态与资源保护第四届全国学术研讨会。Pp21,July,2007。China,中国青海西宁。

  12. Tomonari Akamatsu, Ding Wang, Kexiong Wang, and Songhai Li. (2007) Acoustic monitoring of echolocating porpoises. OCEANS 2006 -Asia Pacific. May 16-19, 2007. Singapore.

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