Publications

Exploring the ocean through sound – seeing it the way they do.

Academic research at OAL is important to us and we strive to publish our work in peer-reviewed scientific journals.

Peer-reviewed journal articles:

    1. David, B.O., Lake, M., Pine, M.K., Smith, J., Boubée A.T. (In Press). Use of a novel acoustic ‘listening’ method for detecting impellor strike on downstream migrating eels. Marine and Freshwater Research https://doi.org/10.1071/MF19205.
    2. Pine, M.K., Schmitt, P., Culloch, R.M., Lieber, L., Kregting, L.T. (2019). Providing ecological context to anthropogenic subsea noise: assessing listening space reductions of marine mammals from tidal energy devices. Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews 103: 49-57.
    3. Halliday, W.D., Pine, M.K., Insley, S.J., Soares, R.N., Kortsalo, P., Mouy, X. (2019). Acoustic detections of Arctic marine mammals near Ulukhaktok, Northwest Territories. Canadian Journal of Zoology 97: 72-80.
    4. Schmitt, P., Pine, M.K., Culloch, R.M., Lieber, L., Kregting, L.T. (2018). Noise characterization of a sub-sea tidal kite. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 144(5), EL441.
    5. Halliday, W.D., Pine, M.K., Bose, A.P.H., Balshine, S., Juanes, F. (2018). The plainfin midshipman’s soundscape at two sites around Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Marine Ecology Progress Series 603:189-200.
    6. Cheng, Z., Pine, M.K., Huang, S., Wang, D., Wu, H. Wang, K. (2018). A case of epimeletic behavior and associated acoustic records of Indo-Pacific humpback dolphins (Sousa chinensis). Journal of Mammalogy 99(5): 1112-1119.
    7. Pine, M.K., Hannay, D.E., Insley, S.J., Halliday, W.D., Juanes, F. (2018). Assessing vessel slowdown for reducing auditory masking for marine mammals and fish of the western Canadian Arctic. Marine Pollution Bulletin 135: 290-302.
    8. Archer, S.K., Halliday, W.D., Riera, A. Mouy X., Pine, M.K., Chu, J.W.F., Dunham, A., Juanes, F. (2018). The first description of a glass sponge reef soundscape reveals fish calls and elevated sound pressure levels. Marine Ecology Progress Series 595: 245-252
    9. Riera, A., Rountree, R.A., Pine, M.K., Juanes, F. (2018). Sounds of Arctic cod (Boreogadus saida) in captivity: A preliminary description. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 143(5):EL317-EL321.
    10. Pine, M.K., Wang, D., Porter, L., Wang, K. (2018). Investigating the spatiotemporal variation of fish choruses to help identify important foraging habitat for Indo-Pacific humpback dolphins, Sousa chinensis. ICES Journal of Marine Science, doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsx197.
    11. Halliday, W.D., Insley, S.J., Hilliard, C., de Jong, T., Pine, M.K. (2017). Potential impacts of shipping noise on marine mammals in the western Canadian Arctic. Marine Pollution Bulletin 123: 73-82.
    12. Fang, L., Wu, Y., Wang, K., Pine, M.K., Wang, D., Li, S. (2017). The echolocation transmission beam of free-ranging Indo-Pacific humpback dolphins (Sousa chinensis). Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 142(2):771-779.
    13. Platto, S., Zhang, C. Pine, M.K., Yang, L.G., Feng, W.K., Irwin, A., Wang, D. (2017). Behavioural laterality in Yangtze finless porpoises (Neophocaena asiaeorientalis asiaeorientalis): Preliminary observations. Behavioural Processes 140:104-114.
    14. Cheng, Z. Wang, D., Wu, H., Huang, S., Pine, M.K., Peng, C., Wang, K. (2017). Stereotyped whistles may be first evidence to suggest the possibility of signature whistles in an injured Indo-Pacific humpback dolphin (Sousa chinensis). Aquatic Mammals 43(2):185-192.
    15. Pine, M.K., Wang, K., Wang D. (2017). Fine-scale habitat use in Indo-Pacific humpback dolphins, Sousa chinesis, may be more influenced by fish rather than vessel noise. Marine Mammal Science 33(1):291-312.
    16. Pine, M.K., Jeffs, A.G., Wang, D., Radford, C.A. (2016). The potential for vessel noise to mask biologically important sounds within ecologically significant embayments. Ocean & Coastal Management 127: 67-73.
    17. Pine, M.K., Jeffs, A.G., Radford, C.A. (2015). Eavesdropping on the Kaipara Harbour: characterising underwater soundscapes within a seagrass bed and a subtidal mudflat. New Zealand Journal of Marine & Freshwater Research 49(2): 247-258.
    18. Fang, L., Wang, D. Li, Y., Cheng, Z., Pine, M.K., Wang, K., Li, S. (2015). The source parameters of echolocation clicks from captive and free-ranging Yangtze finless porpoises (Neocphocaena asiaorientalis asiaeorientalis). PLoS One 10(6): e0129143.
    19. Pine, M.K. (2014). Marine Bioacoustics: The importance of sound in the marine environment. New Zealand Acoustics 27(2): 5-12.
    20. Pine, M.K., Jeffs, A.G., Radford, C.A. (2014). The cumulative effect on sound levels from multiple underwater anthropogenic sound sources in shallow coastal waters. Journal of Applied Ecology 51: 23-30.
    21. Pine, M.K., Styles, J.R. (2014). Underwater Noise Pollution and the Act: Simple guidelines for planners to assess reasonable noise levels underwater. Planning Quarterly 194:18-21.
    22. Pine, M.K., Jeffs, A.G., Radford, C.A. (2013). Underwater Sound Pollution: Planners are advised to consider the impacts of underwater sound pollution around our coasts. Planning Quarterly 188: 15-19.
    23. Pine, M.K., Jeffs, A.G, Radford, C.A. (2012). Turbine sound may influence the metamorphosis behaviour of estuarine crab megalopae. PLoS ONE 7(12): e51790.

Refereed Conference Proceedings:

    1. Pine, M.K. Wang, K., Wang, D. (2016). Monitoring rising ambient sound levels from vessels and impacts on Indo-Pacific humpback dolphins (Sousa chinensis) dolphin occurrences. Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics 27:1-12.
    2. Pine, M.K., Jeffs, A.G., Radford, C.A. (2016). Effects of underwater turbine noise on crab larval metamorphosis. Advances in Experimental Marine Biology 875: 847-52.