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North Pacific right whale up-call source levels and propagation distance on the southeastern Bering Sea shelf
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FIG. 1.

ARP deployment locations (asterisks) in 2000-2002 and dotted bathymetric contours (from Smith and Sandwell, 1997) in the SEBS.

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FIG. 2.

(Color online). Right whale up-call recorded at ARP sites A, B, and C. A second call from an unidentified species was recorded on C. Sample frequency F s = 500 Hz, FFT and Hanning window length = 250 points for 0.5 s window length, overlap = 98%. Same intensity of color-scale across spectrograms.

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(Color online). Spectrograms of a single right whale call received on two easternmost ARPs (site C and D), with overlaid normal mode arrivals of synthetic call based on range estimates, given above each call. Figure adapted with permission from Wiggins et al. (2004) in Canadian Acoustics.

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Call rms received levels (dB re 1 μPa) plotted vs log10(r), where r is the distance to the hydrophone. (A) Ranges calculated using TDOA localization; each call is represented by a unique symbol and distances are plotted on three or four receivers. (B) Ranges calculated using NMDM. Linear regression (dashed line) equations and R 2 values are displayed in upper right of each panel. Note that source level (Table I) does not equal the y-intercept of the linear regression, due to the additional term for spherical spreading loss over the first 70 m of propagation (one water depth).

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Histograms of estimated call source levels, equal to received level plus transmission loss, using ranges based on TDOA (left) and NMDM (right), for (A) peak-to-peak and (B) root-mean-square measurements. (C) Estimated SEL for same data sets.

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Ambient noise average within 100–150 Hz band at site C, first week of recording, October 2000. Figure adapted with permission from Munger et al. (2005) in Canadian Acoustics.

Tables

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TABLE I.

Comparison of NMDM and TDOA range estimates for right whale calls received on multiple instruments (calls with visible mode arrivals only).

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TABLE II.

Linear regression coefficients and R 2 value, average sound levels, and sample size (n) for peak-to-peak and rms source levels and SEL, using the two different ranging methods: TDOA and NMDM. Received level: RL = SL – TL = – x log10(r) + b

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Scitation: North Pacific right whale up-call source levels and propagation distance on the southeastern Bering Sea shelf
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