Lace, N. (2017). Do behavioral states affect the presence of nonlinear dynamics in manatees’ vocalizations? Poster presentation at the 22nd Biennial Conference of the Society for Marine Mammalogy, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, October, 2017.
Lace, N. (2017).The contextual aspect of Low-Frequency Narrowband (LFN) signals produced by wild bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus). Poster presented at the 4th Conference on Acoustic Communication by Animals, Omaha, Nebraska, USA, July, 2017.
Lace, N., Kuczaj, S.A. (2015). The effect of auditory stimulation on sleep disruption in the manatee (Trichechus manatus latirostris), Poster presentation at the 21st Biennial Conference of the Society for Marine Mammalogy, San Francisco, CA, December, 2015.
Simard, P., Lace, N., Gowans, S., Quintana-Rizzo, E., Kuczaj, S., Wells, R.S., and Mann, D.A. (2011). Low frequency narrow-band calls in bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus): signal properties, function and conservation implications, Journal of Acoustical Society of America, 130(5), 3068-3076.
Lace, N., Caffery, K., Kuczaj, S.A., Solangi, M. (2009). Intra-individual phonation variability and simultaneous whistle/burst pulse production in a solitary juvenile bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus).Poster presentation at the 18th Biennial Conference of the Society for Marine Mammalogy, Quebec,CA, October, 2009.
Lace, N., Kuczaj, S.A. (2008). The presence of low-frequency narrowband phonations in the wild bottlenose dolphins’ acoustic repertoire. Paper presented at the 156th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Miami, FL.
Lace, N., Kuczaj, S.A., & Lammers, M.O. (2008). Comparative study of acoustic signals produced by two populations of free-ranging coastal bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus). Poster presented at the 2nd Conference on Acoustic Communication by Animals, Corvallis, Oregon, CA.
Lace, N., Kuczaj, S.A., & Lammers, M.O. (2008). Burst pulses produced by free-ranging bottlenose dolphins in Tampa Bay, Florida and Mississippi Sound, Mississippi. Poster presented at the 155th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Paris, France.
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