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(Eds-)»Animu1 SWW 5)’S‘8"'»‘-1’1€h\|m Press» New York 1317- 43-741 years of federal service. He was an active
Norris, K. S. (1968). The evolution of acoustic mechanisms in odnntocete . . .
€e(a€eanS.InE. T. Dmke (Ed.), Evoliiiion andEni/imnment. Yale University scientist as well aS_ 3 Sm"? manager of
pm5_NeW Ha‘,en)CT_ PP_297_324_ _ _ the program. Patrick received the Navy
Renniid. D. i.., and Pepper, A. N. (1975). soiind localization by the bottle- - Meritorious Civilian Service Award
nose porpoise Turiiopi mmmtus. Imirnal of Experimeniiil Biology 63(3), hug” and again in 2000 for Conmbu_
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Did (15+ Yam old) male d,,1P},3,,,_ 1;,e,,,,,,,m1 uf,;,pAm,,,i;m15,,C;,,), Hf network models. He is a fellow of the Acoustical Society of
Amtrim 94(3)» 1830. America, a charter member of the Society for Marine Mam-
Ridgvvay, S. i-i.,and Cardfi-|',~D.A. (1997). Henringdeficiisniensuredinsonie mabgy, and 3 member of the American Behavior Society
Timiopi ieuiioiiiiii, and discovery nfa dent/rniiie dolphin. ihi ioimiiri Hf d d. d A . I S _ P d P P
thEArm“h-[H1 Soc!-fly "fAme'iru. 101(1),590_594_ 311 C02 [(6 mmn OTIET. YOCCSSES E71 €Yf0TWlfl7l£€. at-
schiisierninn, R. 1., Kersting. D. A., and Aii, w. w. L. (1990). siiiniiiiis control rick is currently a senior life scientist at the National Marine
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(Eds.),Animiil Sonar Syxtenis. Springer US, Boston, MA. pp. 931-932.
whib .M., dA,w. 2ii1s.ob' Beri1Mh1.A.: i‘ Tod
11(1)??? an ‘I ( ) mmy ‘ e a mu [5 fly - Arthur N. Popper is professor emeri-
Q tus and research professor at the Uni-
  versity of Maryland, College Park, MD.
""':.‘5" V "A ‘ He is also editor of Acoustics Today and
  ' e the Splringer Handbook ogh Alfldlt0l’y‘Vi Re.
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V ‘ " E ‘ ‘ ‘ ‘ 5 hearing by aquatic animals (mostly fish-
es as well as on the evolution ofvertebrate hearin . For the
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ASA Fou ndation Fu nd Lau nches past 20 years, he has worked on issues related to the effects
Major Fu ndraising Ca mpa i gn or anthropogenic sound marine life both in terms ofhis re-
search and in dealing with policy issues (e.g., development
_ of criteria).
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