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Soundscape – Publications

Ricci SW, Eggleston DB, Bohnenstiel DR. (2017) “Use of passive acoustic monitoring to characterize fish spawning behavior and habitat use within a complex mosaic of estuarine habitats“. Bulletin of Marine Science 

Ricci SW, Eggleston DB, Bohnenstiehl DR, Lillis A. (2016) “Temporal soundscape patterns and processes in an estuarine reserve“. Marine Ecology Progress Series 550:25-38.

Bohnenstiehl DR, Lillis A, Eggleston DB. (2016). “The Curious Acoustic Behavior of Estuarine Snapping Shrimp: Temporal Patterns of Snapping Shrimp Sound in Sub-tidal Oyster Reef Habitat“. PLoS ONE 11(1): 0143691. doi:10.1371/journal. pone.014369.

Lillis A, Bohnenstiehl DR, Eggleston DB. (2015) “Soundscape manipulation enhances larval recruitment of a reef-building mollusk“. PeerJ. 3: e999–12. doi: 10.7717/peerj.999.

Eggleston, D., A. Lillis and D. Bohnenstiehl. (2015). Soundscapes and larval settlement: larval bivalve responses to habitat-associated underwater sounds. Pages 255-264 In: A.N. Popper and A. Hawkins (eds.), The Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life, Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, Springer, New York.

Lillis A, Eggleston DB, Bohnenstiehl DR. (2015) Soundscapes and larval settlement: characterizing the stimulus from a larval perspective. In: Popper A, Hawkins A, editors. The Effect of Noise on Aquatic Life II. New York.

Lillis A, Eggleston DB, Bohnenstiehl DR. (2014) “Estuarine soundscapes: distinct acoustic characteristics of oyster reefs compared to soft-bottom habitats“. Marine Ecology Progress Series 505: 1-17.

Lillis A, Eggleston DB, Bohnenstiehl DR. (2014) “Soundscape variation from a larval perspective: the case for habitat-associated sound as a settlement cue for weakly swimming estuarine larvae“. Marine Ecology Progress Series 509:57-70.

Lillis A, Eggleston DB, Bohnenstiehl DR. (2013). “Oyster larvae settle in response to habitat-associated underwater sounds“. PLoS ONE 8(10): e79337.