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Onset, growth, and recovery of in-air temporary threshold shift in a California sea lion (Zalophus californianus)
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FIG. 1.

Comparison of mean threshold shifts induced by equivalent SL exposures ( SL) in air and under water for two duration conditions. There were no significant differences attributable to the differences in media.

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A surface plot fitted to the mean threshold shifts under all conditions of noise level and duration. There is a significant interaction between noise SPL and duration for both phases of the experiment.

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A plot of TTS in dB vs SEL in dB re , showing an exponential increase in magnitude of TTS with increasing exposure levels. The symbols represent mean shifts and the error bars represent standard deviations.

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Recovery from TTS greater than plotted against the logarithm of time. All shifts eventually returned to near zero. Each line represents an individual test-recovery sequence. (b) A linear regression applied to the pooled data. The slope of the line is significant, , with a slope of per . The value is 0.54.

Tables

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TABLE I.

Noise exposure matrices for Phase 1 and Phase 2. The noise levels used are expressed in dB SL and dB SPL. The number of sessions conducted for the 16 level/duration combinations are provided, yielding a total of 112 exposure sequences for Phase 1 and 108 exposure sequences for Phase 2. The sound exposure levels resulting from each level/duration combination are shown in the cells.

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TABLE II.

The mean TTS values obtained for each cell of the noise exposure matrices used in Phases 1 and 2. Statistically significant threshold shifts are indicated as * , ** , and *** . Note that none of the control (no-noise) conditions generated significant TTS.

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TABLE III.

Temporary threshold shifts obtained at combinations of noise SL/duration. Equal sound exposure level conditions are grouped.

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Scitation: Onset, growth, and recovery of in-air temporary threshold shift in a California sea lion (Zalophus californianus)
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