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Tyack Publications
Tyack, P. L., M. Johnson, et al. (2006). "Extreme diving of beaked whales." Journal of Experimental Biology 209: 4238-4253.

Tyack, P. L., J. Gordon, et al. (2004). "Controlled Exposure Experiments to Determine the Effects of Noise on Marine Mammals." Marine Technology Society Journal 37(4): 41-53.

Tyack, P. L. (2000). "Dolphins whistle a signature tune." Science 289(5483): 1310-1311.

Tyack, P. L. (2000). Functional aspects of cetacean communication. Cetacean Societies: Field Studies of Dolphins and Whales. J. Mann, R. C. Connor, P. L. Tyack and H. Whitehead. Chicago, The University of Chicago Press: 270-307.

Tyack, P. L. (1999). Communication and Cognition. Biology of Marine Mammals. J. E. Reynolds III and S. A. Rommel. Washington, Smithsonian Institution Press. Ch 7: 287-323.

Tyack, P. L. (1998). Acoustic communication under the sea. Animal Acoustic Communication: Recent Technical Advances. S. L. Hopp, M. J. Owren and C. S. Evans. New York, Springer: 163-220.

Tyack, P. and C. Clark (1998). "Quick Look - Playback of low frequency sound to gray whales migrating past the central California coast - January, 1998." Quick Look Report: 1-34.

Tyack, P. L. (1997). "Development and social functions of signature whistles in bottlenose dolphins, Tursiops truncatus." Bioacoustics 8: 21-46.

Tyack, P. L. (1997). Studying how cetaceans use sound to explore their environment. Perspectives in Ethology. D. H. Owings, M. D. Beecher and N. S. Thompson. New York, Plenum Press. 12: 251-297.

Tyack, P. L. (1993). Animal Language Research Needs a Broader Comparative and Evolutionary Framework. Language and Communication: Comparative Perspectives. H. L. Roitblat, L. M. Herman and P. E. Nachtigall. Hillsdale, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates: 115-152.

Tyack, P. L. (1991). "If you need me, whistle." Natural History 8: 60-62.

Tyack, P. L. (1986). "Population biology, social behavior and communication in whales and dolphins." Trends in Ecology and Evolution 1(6): 144-150.

Tyack, P. (1986). "Whistle repertoires of two bottlenose dolphins, Tursiops truncatus: mimicry of signature whistles?" Behavior Ecology and Sociobiology 18: 251-257.

Tyack, P. L. (1985). "An optical telemetry device to identify which dolphin produces a sound." Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 78(5): 1892-1895.

Tyack, P. L. (1983). "Differential response of humpback whales, Megaptera novaeangliae, to playback of song or social sounds." Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 13: 49-55.

Tyack, P. and H. Whitehead (1983). "Male competition in large groups of wintering humpback whales." Behavior 83: 132-154.

Tyack, P. L. (1981). "Interactions between singing hawaiian humpback whales and conspecifics nearby." Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 8: 105-116.

Tyack, P. L. (1981). "Why do whales sing?" The Sciences 2(7): 22-25.

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