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Author: Alexander Ya. Supin,Vladimir V. Popov,Alla M. Mass
ISBN13: 978-0792373575
Title: The Sensory Physiology of Aquatic Mammals
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Language: English
Category: Biological Sciences
Publisher: Springer; 2001 edition (May 31, 2001)
Pages: 332

The Sensory Physiology of Aquatic Mammals by Alexander Ya. Supin,Vladimir V. Popov,Alla M. Mass



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by Alexander Ya. Supin (Author), Vladimir V. Popov (Author), Alla M. Mass (Author) & 0 more. ISBN-13: 978-0792373575. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work. W ide investigations of marine mammals began in Russia (that time, in the former Soviet Union) in the 1960s when a few teams of enthusiasts founded in captivity experimental stations intended for keeping dolphins and seals and for performing experimental studies of these fascinating animals. A few decades of studies naturally resulted in the idea to summarize in a book both the results of these studies and a large body of data in adjacent fields.

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by Vladimir V. Mass, Alexander Ya Supin. This book is actually a product of efforts of many people, not only of the authors.

Alexander Ya Supin, Vladimir V. Popov. The Sensory Physiology of Aquatic Mammals presents current findings in the study of the sensory functions of aquatic mammals, with an emphasis on hearing, vision, and somatic senses.

Hearing in Pinnipeds and Sirenians. 4. Vision in Aquatic Mammals. 5. Somatic Sense in Aquatic Mammals. Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Aquatic mammals - Physiology. Senses and sensation.

The Sensory Physiology of Aquatic Mammals. Alexander Y. 13. 6. View on Springer. Vladimir V. Popov, Alexander Ya Supin, Ding Yimin Wang, Kexiong Wang, Lijun Dong, Shiyong Wang. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. In Yangtze finless porpoises Neophocaena phocaenoides asiaeorientalis, the effects of fatiguing noise on hearing thresholds at frequencies of 32, 45, 64, and 128 kHz were investigated. Popov, Alexander Y. Supin, +4 authors Elena I. Rosanova. 2. View via Publisher.

This book is actually a product of efforts of many people, not only of the authors. W ide investigations of marine mammals began in Russia (that time, in the former Soviet Union) in the 1960s when a few teams of enthusiasts founded in captivity experimental stations intended for keeping dolphins and seals and for performing experimental studies of these fascinating animals. It was a time when attention of many people throughout the world was attracted to dolphins and other marine mammals due to appearance of oceanariums and dolphinariums, which demonstrated unique capabilities of these animals. So scientists in many countries concentrated on studies of them. There was much to learn about the morphology, physiology, and psychology of marine mammals, and investigators spending their time and efforts on studies in this field were rewarded by a number of surprising findings. The authors of this book represent one of such research teams focused on the neuro- and sensory physiology of marine mammals. A few decades of studies naturally resulted in the idea to summarize in a book both the results of these studies and a large body of data in adjacent fields. Our goal was to synthesize the many research findings and the present knowledge on sensory capabilities and mechanisms of sensory systems of aquatic mammals. We realize, however, that the appearance of this book was made possible due to the help and assistance of many colleagues.