Arthur Popper (1967)
Richard Fay (1968)
Richard Fay (2007)
Arthur Popper (2000)
Dear Esteemed Colleagues and Friends,
It is our pleasure to invite you and your family to 50 Years of Underwater Bioacoustics, a symposium honoring the long and illustrious careers of Drs. Richard R. Fay and Arthur N. Popper. This one-day event will take place at Mote Marine Laboratory in Sarasota, FL on May 25th, 2013. The symposium will feature presentations from Popper and Fay collaborators and former trainees, an afternoon poster session, and an evening reception.
Underwater hearing in turtles - Catherine E. Carr, Katie Willis, Jakob Christensen-Dalsgaard, Darlene Ketten, Peggy Walton, Richard R. Fay
Melanin as a possible oto-protective pigment in fish ears - Bethany N. Coffey, Michael Smith
Investigation of a Hepatocyte Growth Factor Mimetic as a Hair Cell Protectant - Allison B. Coffin, Phillip M. Uribe, Leen H. Kawas, Joseph W. Harding
Interspecific Variations of Inner Ear Structure in the Deep-Sea Fish Family Melamphaidae - Xiaohong Deng, Hans-Joachim Wagner, Arthur N. Popper
Lateral line scene
analysis in the purely aquatic frog, Xenopus laevis - Andreas
Neuroanatomical Evidence for Catecholamines as Modulators of Audition and Acoustic Behavior in a Vocal Teleost - Paul M. Forlano, Joseph A. Sisneros
Acoustic Communication in the Banded Sculpin, Cottus carolinae - Daniel Holt, Jeffrey Zeyl, Carol Johnston
Frequency response properties of the zebrafish larval lateral line - James C. Liao, Otar Akanyeti, Rafael Levi
Mechanical stimulation of individual lateral line neuromasts in larval zebrafish - James Liao, Melanie Haehnel, Otar Akanyeti
Comparison of audiograms
measured via different electrophysiological recording techniques in a
soniferous damselfish - Karen P. Maruska, Joseph A. Sisneros
Sensitivity of the Vibrissae of a Harbor Seal (Phoca vitulina) to Directly Coupled Sinusoidal Vibrations - Christin T. Murphy, Colleen Reichmuth, and David Mann
A novel hearing
specialization in the New Zealand bigeye, Pempheris adspersa.
- Radford, C.A., Montgomery, J.C. Caiger, P.
Do swim bladder specializations in cichlids correlate with modified inner ear morphology? - Tanja Schulz-Mirbach, Brian Metscher, Martin Heß, Friedrich Ladich
Lateral Line Evoked Potentials (LLEPs): An Effective Tool for Investigating Ototoxicity - John Ramcharitar, Samuel Knecht, James Tomkinson
Growth hormone: A tonic for auditory hair cell loss? - Michael E. Smith, Huifang Sun, Mackenzie Perkins, Amy Ni
Behavioural and circuit auditory responses in larval zebrafish - Daphne Soares, Sabastian Romano and German Sumbre
Does the development of auditory sensitivity parallel vocal differentiation in a highly vocal fish? - Raquel O. Vasconcelos, Andreia Ramos, Daniel Alves, Joseph A. Sisneros, M. Clara P. Amorim, Paulo J. Fonseca
The use of passive acoustic data to predict beaked whale habitat in the California Current Ecosystem - Tina M. Yack, Alyson Fleming, Jay Barlow, Jessica Redfern, Elizabeth Becker, Peter Klimley and Marcel Holyoak
includes admission to the featured presentations and poster session, light
breakfast, box lunch, and evening reception at the Mote Aquarium.
The Symposium will
be held at Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium located in Sarasota, Florida.
Mote Marine Laboratory was founded in 1955. It has long been a leader
in marine research ranging from scientific and clinical studies on dolphins,
manatees, sea turtles and sharks to investigations of red tide, coral
reefs, and ecotoxicology. Its aquarium facilities support a wide range
of public viewing and marine education activities. Located on a quiet
peninsula bounded by the beautiful waters and breezes of Sarasota Bay,
Mote provides an ideal environment for the conference.
For further information
Mote Marine Lab (1985)
(From left to right) William Tavolga, Jelle Atema, Richard Fay & Arthur Popper
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