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Analysis and classification of beaked whale buzz clicks

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3 Author(s)
Odile Gerard ; NATO Undersea Research Centre, Viale S. Bartolomeo 400, 19126 La Spezia, Italy ; Stefano Coraluppi ; Craig Carthel

This study shows the variation in Blainville's beaked whale buzz click characteristics. Due to the lack of statistical consistency, single-click classification appears infeasible. Nonetheless, the spectrum is very similar from one click to the next. Thanks to this slow variation it is possible to associate clicks using automatic tracking techniques [1]. Subsequently, tracks can be classified as buzzes based on the inter-click intervals.

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New Trends for Environmental Monitoring Using Passive Systems, 2008

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14-17 Oct. 2008