Reference Manual (RM #47) Chapter 8: Supporting Literature and Research

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8.4 Literature Cited

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Anderson, G. S., Rapoza, A. S., Fleming, G. G., & Miller, N. P. (2011). Aircraft noise dose-response relations for national parks. Noise Control Engineering Journal, 59(5), 519-540.

Anderson P. A., Berzins IK, Fogarty F, Hamlin HJ, Guillette L. J. (2011). Sound, stress, and seahorses: The consequences of a noisy environment to animal health. Aquaculture 311:129–138.

André M., Solé M., Lenoir M., Durfort M, Quero C, Mas A., Lombarte A., Schaar M. van der, López-Bejar M., Morell M., Zaugg S., Houégnigan L. (2011). Low-frequency sounds induce acoustic trauma in cephalopods. Front Ecol Environ 9:489–493.

Barber, J. R., Crooks, K. R., & Fristrup, K. M. (2010). The costs of chronic noise exposure for terrestrial organisms. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 25(3), 180-189.

Berglund, B., Lindvall, T., & Schwela, D. H. (1999). Guidelines for community noise: World Health Organisation. Geneva, Switzerland.

Buxton, R. T., Brown, E., Sharman, L., Gabriele, C. M., & McKenna, M. F. (2016). Using bioacoustics to examine shifts in songbird phenology. Ecology and Evolution, 6(14), 4697-4710.

Celis‐Murillo, A., Deppe, J. L., & Allen, M. F. (2009). Using soundscape recordings to estimate bird species abundance, richness, and composition. Journal of Field Ornithology, 80(1), 64-78.

Clark C., Ellison W., Southall B, Hatch L., Parijs S. Van, Frankel A., Ponirakis D. (2009). Acoustic masking in marine ecosystems: intuitions, analysis, and implication. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 395:201–222.

Farina, A., Lattanzi, E., Malavasi, R., Pieretti, N., & Piccioli, L. (2011). Avian soundscapes and cognitive landscapes: theory, application and ecological perspectives. Landscape Ecology, 26(9), 1257-1267.

Goldbogen J. A., Southall B. L., Deruiter SL, Calambokidis J., Friedlaender A. S., Hazen E. L., Falcone E. A., Schorr G. S., Douglas A., Moretti D. J., Kyburg C., McKenna M. F., Tyack P.L. (2013). Blue whales respond to simulated mid-frequency military sonar. Proc Biol Sci 280:20130657.

Grafe, T. U., Döbler, S., & Linsenmair, K. E. (2002). Frogs flee from the sound of fire. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences, 269(1495), 999-1003.

Haas, G.E., & Wakefield, T.J. (1998). National parks and the American public: A national public opinion survey on the national park system. Washington D.C. and Fort Collins, CO.: National Parks and Conservation Association and Colorado State University.

Haralabidis, A, Dimakopoulou, K., Vigna-Taglianti, F., Giampaolo, M., Borgini, A., Dudley, M., Pershagen, G., Bluhm, G., Houthuis, D., Babisch, & others. (2008). Acute effects of night-time noise exposure on blood pressure in populations living near airports. European Heart Journal 29:658-664.

Haselmayer, J., & Quinn, J. S. (2000). A comparison of point counts and sound recording as bird survey methods in Amazonian southeast Peru. The Condor, 102(4), 887-893.

Hatch L. T., Clark C. W., Parijs S. M/ Van, Frankel A. S., Ponirakis D. W. (2012). Quantifying loss of acoustic communication space for right whales in and around a U.S. National Marine Sanctuary. Conserv Biol 26:983–94.

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Landres P., C. Barns, J.G. Dennis, P. Geissle, C.S. McCasland, L. Merigliano, J. Seastrand, and R. Swain. (2008). Keeping it wild: an interagency strategy to monitor trends in wilderness characters across the National Wilderness Preservation System. General Technical Report, RMRS-FTR-212. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Collins. 77 p.

McKenna, M. F., Gabriele, C., & Kipple, B. (2017). Effects of marine vessel management on the underwater acoustic environment of Glacier Bay National Park, AK. Ocean & Coastal Management, 139, 102-112.

McKenna, M. F., Lignell, B., Rapoza, A., Lee, C., Ward, V., & Rocchio, J. (2016). A Framework to Assess the Effects of Commercial Air Tour Noise on Wilderness. Journal of Forestry, 114(3), 365-372.

Mennitt, D., Fristrup, K., Sherrill, K., & Nelson, L. (2013, September). Mapping sound pressure levels on continental scales using a geospatial sound model. In Proceedings of Inter-Noise (pp. 1-11).

Mennitt, D., Sherrill K., and Fristrup K. (2014). "A geospatial model of ambient sound pressure levels in the contiguous United States." The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 135.5: 2746-2764.

Pijanowski, B. C., Farina, A., Gage, S. H., Dumyahn, S. L., & Krause, B. L. (2011). What is soundscape ecology? An introduction and overview of an emerging new science. Landscape ecology, 26(9), 1213-1232.

Pijanowski, B. C., Villanueva-Rivera, L. J., Dumyahn, S. L., Farina, A., Krause, B. L., Napoletano, B. M., ... & Pieretti, N. (2011). Soundscape ecology: the science of sound in the landscape. BioScience, 61(3), 203-216.

Radford, A. N., Kerridge, E., & Simpson, S. D. (2014). Acoustic communication in a noisy world: can fish compete with anthropogenic noise?. Behavioral Ecology, aru029.

Rapoza, A., Sudderth, E., & Lewis, K. (2015). The relationship between aircraft noise exposure and day-use visitor survey responses in backcountry areas of national parks. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 138(4), 2090-2105.

Mooney T, Nachtigall P, Vlachos S (2009). Sonar-induced temporary hearing loss in dolphins. Biol Lett 5:565–567.

Rolland R. M., Parks S. E., Hunt K. E., Castellote M., Corkeron P. J., Nowacek D. P., Wasser S. K., Kraus S. D. (2012). Evidence that ship noise increases stress in right whales. Proc Biol Sci 279:2363–8.

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Schmidt, Kenneth A., and Richard S. Ostfeld. (2008) Eavesdropping squirrels reduce their future value of food under the perceived presence of cache robbers. The American Naturalist 171.3, 386-393.

Shannon, Graeme, et al. (2016) A synthesis of two decades of research documenting the effects of noise on wildlife. Biological Reviews 91.4, 982-1005.

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United States. Office of Noise Abatement, & Control. (1974). Information on levels of environmental noise requisite to protect public health and welfare with an adequate margin of safety (Vol. 74, No. 4). Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Washington, D.C.

Voellmy, I. K., Purser, J., Flynn, D., Kennedy, P., Simpson, S. D., & Radford, A. N. (2014). Acoustic noise reduces foraging success in two sympatric fish species via different mechanisms. Animal Behaviour, 89, 191-198.

Watson, A., Martin, S., Christensen, N., Fauth, G., & Williams, D. (2015). The relationship between perceptions of wilderness character and attitudes toward management intervention to adapt biophysical resources to a changing climate and nature restoration at Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. Environmental management, 56(3), 653-663.

Weinzimmer, David, et al. (2014). Human responses to simulated motorized noise in National Parks. Leisure Sciences 36.3: 251-267.

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