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About the Editor | Andrew Morrison is an Associate Profes- Over the past several years, many investigators interested in
sor at Ioliet Junior College in Ioliet, IL. He completed his the effects of man—made sounds on animals have come to
B.S. at the University of Northern Iowa in 2000 and his Ph.D. realize that there is much to gain from studying the broad-
at Northern Illinois University in 2005. Prof. Morrison is er literature on hearing sound and the effects of sound as
Chair of the Acoustical Society of America Musical Acous- well as data from the effects on humans. It has also become
tics Technical Committee. clear that knowledge of the effects of sound on one group
of animals (e.g., birds or frogs) can guide studies on other
groups (e.g., marine mammals or fishes) and that a review
 W E fie c t 5 cf of all such studies together would bevery useful to get abet-
”“"“”” "‘ ““""" ' ‘ _ ter understanding of the general principles and underlying
ififfiiggggerfic ‘ A|"|1=hf‘OPD9e|“|||'= cochlear and cognitive mechanisms that explain damage,
Noise on Anima|5 Naise an Anin-|a|5 disturbance, and deterrence across taxa. The purpose of this
volume, then, is to provide a comprehensive review of the
Editors: Hans Slabbekoorn, effects of man-made sounds on animals, with the goal of ful-
2  Robert pooling, Arthur N_ popper, and filling two major needs. First, it was thought to be impor-
Richard R_ Fay tant to bring together data on sound and bioacoustics that
Series: Springer Handbook of Auditory Research have rmplications across all taxa (including humans) so that
_ such information is generally available to the community of
Copynght: 2018 scholars interested in the effects of sound. This is done in
Publisher‘ SPrinSer'Ver1aS New York Chaps. 2-5. Second, in Chaps. 6-10, the volume brings to-
Ha1'dCOVe1': ISBN 978-1-4939-8572-2 gether what is known about the effects of sound on diverse
Series ISSN; 0947.2657 vertebrate taxa so that investigators with interests in specific
Edition Number: 1 groups can learn from the data and experimental approach-
Number of Pages: XVIII’ 309 es from‘other‘species. Put another way, having  overview
_ , , of the similarities and discrepancies among various animal
Number of Illustrations and Tables: 39 b/w illustrations, . . . “ ,, .
_ _ groups and insight into the how and why will benefit the
42 color luustratlons overall conceptual understanding, applications in society,
T°PiC5’ and all future research.
Brings together what is known about effects of sound on About the Editors | Hans Slabbekoorn is an Associate Profes-
vertebrates sor at Leiden University. Robert I. Dooling is a Professor in
Provides a critical introduction to fundamental principles the Department of Psychology at the University of Maryland.
of hearing andacoustics that are needed by all investigators Arthur N. Popper is Professor Emeritus and research Profes-
interested in effects of noise on animal sor in the Department of Biology at the University of Mary-
Chapters focus on taking what is known about basic hearing land, College Park. Richard R. Fay is Distinguished Research
principles and applying them to the acoustic world of animals Professor of Psychology at Loyola University Chicago.
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