Prof. Dr. Darlene R. Ketten 

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
September 2017 - Mai 2018 ICBM Fellowship at HWK
Januar 2015 - Juli 2015 Fellow

Projekte am HWK

  • August 2017 - Mai 2018: Ocean Sustainability and the Potential for Anthropogenic Sound Impact
  • Januar 2015 - Juli 2015: Ocean Sustainability: Marine Megafauna and the Potential for Anthropogenic Sound Impacts
Darlene R. Ketten

Publikationen (8)

A middle ear finite element model to predict the hearing range of the humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae)
Publikation: Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
Umfang & Seiten:144 (2), 525
Assessing the Impact of Underwater Clearance of Unexploded Ordnance on Harbour Porpoises (Phocoena phocoena) in the Southern North Sea
Publikation: Aquatic Mammals
Umfang & Seiten:41 (4), 503-523
Functional Analyses of Peripheral Auditory System Adaptations for Echolocation in Air vs. Water
Publikation: Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution
Umfang & Seiten:9:661216,
Great Ears: Low Frequency Sensitivity Correlates in Land and Marine L eviathans
Publikation: Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology (book series)
Verlag & Ort:Springer, New York, NY
Umfang & Seiten:875, 529-538
Hearing abilities and sound reception of broadband sounds in an adult Risso's dolphin (Grampus griseus)
Publikation: Journal of Comparative Physiology A
Umfang & Seiten:201 (8), 751-761
Marine Mammal Noise Exposure Criteria: Updated Scientific Recommendations for Residual Hearing Effects
Publikation: Aquatic Mammals
Umfang & Seiten:45 (2), 125-232
Modeling the aggregated exposure and responses of bowhead whales Balaena mysticetus to multiple sources of anthropogenic underwater sound
Publikation: Endangered Species Research
Umfang & Seiten:30, 95–108
Naval Sonars, Strandings, and Responsible Stewardship of the Seas
ISBN: 978-1-935352-33-4
Publikation: The Newport Papers 42
Verlag & Ort:Naval War College Press, New Port, Rhode Island
Umfang & Seiten:127-145