Journal of Comparative Psychology

Revisiting the Umwelt: Environments of Animal Communication

Vol. 116, No. 2, June 2002
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This special issue highlights research that was presented at an interdisciplinary workshop on animal behavior held at the University of California, Davis, in March 2000 entitled "Communication: The Animal in the Context of Its Environment."

Articles in this issue

Revisiting the Umwelt: Environments of Animal Communication
Page 115
Greene, Correigh M.; Owings, Donald H.; Hart, Lynette A.; Klimley, A. Peter

The Umwelt and Its Relevance to Animal Communication: Introduction to Special Issue
Pages 116–119
Partan, Sarah; Marler, Peter

Overview: Animal Acoustic Communication and the Role of the Physical Environment
Pages 120–122
Rundus, Aaron S.; Hart, Lynette A.

The Properties of Geophysical Fields and Their Effects on Elephants and Other Animals
Pages 123–132
Arnason, Byron T.; Hart, Lynette A.; O'Connell-Rodwell, Caitlin E.

Auditory Communication, Meteorology and the Umwelt
Pages 133–136
Larom, David

Changes to Acoustic Communication Systems in Human-Altered Environments
Pages 137–141
Rabin, Lawrence A.; Greene, Correigh M.

Overview: Signal Production and Detection
Pages 142–144
Randall, Jan A.; Crider, Susan K.

The Production of Communication Signals at the Air–Water and Water–Substrate Boundaries
Pages 145–150
Lema, Sean C.; Kelly, John T.

Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) Hearing Threshold for Brief Broadband Signals
Pages 151–157
Au, Whitlow W. L.; Lemonds, David W.; Vlachos, Stephanie; Nachtigall, Paul E.; Roitblat, Herbert L.

Seismic Sensitivity in the Desert Golden Mole (Eremitalpa granti): A Review
Pages 158–163
Mason, Matthew J.; Narins, Peter M.

Overview: Expanding an Animal's Self-World to Include Conspecifics
Pages 164–165
Ruys, John D.; Schilling, Amy J.

Using Information Theory to Assess the Diversity, Complexity, and Development of Communicative Repertoires
Pages 166–172
McCowan, Brenda; Doyle, Laurance R.; Hanser, Sean F.

The Presumption of Sociality: Social Learning in Diverse Contexts in Brown-Headed Cowbirds (Molothrus ater)
Pages 173–181
King, Andrew P.; West, Meredith J.; White, David J.

Multiple Environmental Contexts and Communication in Pygmy Marmosets (Cebuella pygmaea)
Pages 182–188
Snowdon, Charles T.; De La Torre, Stella

A New Perspective on Barking in Dogs (Canis familaris)
Pages 189–193
Yin, Sophia

Overview: For Crying Out Loud — Dangers and Opportunities of Communicating in the Public Domain
Pages 194–196
Shier, Debra M.

The Rattling Sound of Rattlesnakes (Crotalus viridis) as a Communicative Resource for Ground Squirrels (Spermophilus beecheyi) and Burrowing Owls (Athene cunicularia)
Pages 197–205
Owings, Donald H.; Rowe, Matthew P.; Rundus, Aaron S.

The Evolution of Mutualistic Interspecific Communication: Assessment and Management Across Species
Pages 206–209
Kostan, Karen M.

Species Identity and the Temporal Characteristics of Fish Acoustic Signals
Pages 210–214
Kihslinger, Rebecca L.; Klimley, A. Peter

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