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BLUE WHALE SONG
COLLECTION
PART
PURPOSE
YEAR AWARD
FIRST NOVEL
WHALE SPECIES
TOOTHED WHALES
KILOMETRES
SCIENTISTS
RESEARCHERS
OEDIPUS
WHALE SOUNDS
PAYNE
VOCALIZATION
SONGS
SONG
WHALE
WHALES
WHALE SONG
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Whale Song"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. A whale song is the collection of noises made by whales to communicate.
  2. Whale song was the main plot device in the book Fluke, or, I Know Why the Winged Whale Sings by Christopher Moore.
  3. Whale song is an astonishing world of sound whose existence no one suspected before the 1960s.
  4. Whale Song is a haunting tale of change and choice.
  5. Whale Song is an poignant and emotional book by Canadian author Cheryl Kaye Tardif.

Blue Whale Song

  1. Previous research has suggested that the blue whale song is produced only by males, and appears to be sung when the whales are traveling.

Collection

  1. He sang the Pearl Jam song "Whale Song" which was on their collection of B-sides entitled Lost Dogs.

Part

  1. ESC students studied Whale Song as part of their English studies.

Purpose

  1. The purpose of whale song was the main plot device in the book Fluke, or I Know Why the Winged Whale Sings by Christopher Moore.

Year Award

  1. For the past 2 or so months, Whale Song has been competing for Erin's 2007 Book Cover of the Year award.

First Novel

  1. This may make Whale Song the first novel to feature actual ads at the back.

Whale Species

  1. Whale song Main article (along with other whale species): whale song.

Toothed Whales

  1. Toothed whales do not make the long, low-frequency sounds known as the whale song.

Kilometres

  1. For many kilometres across the waters these mammals communicate with one another by means of whale song.
  2. The whale song which is a specialized communication system can spread for many kilometres under the sea.

Scientists

  1. Scientists are still unsure of the purpose of whale song.
  2. Some scientists have proposed that humpback whale song may serve an echolocative purpose, but has been subject to disagreement.

Researchers

  1. Suzuki said that information theory also enabled the researchers to determine how much information can be conveyed in a whale song.
  2. External links A detailed analysis of the form and function of the Humpback whale song from researchers of the University at Buffalo.

Oedipus

  1. The Noah and the Whale song "Jocasta" has lyrics which may reference to the myth of Oedipus; e.g.

Whale Sounds

  1. Each whale team also had to discover what their whale sounds like and then sing their whale song.

Payne

  1. In their seminal work, Payne and McVay (1971) described the structure of humpback whale song as a succession of four to seven themes.

Vocalization

  1. Vocalization See also: Whale song In contrast to toothed whales, baleen whales are unlikely to echo-locate.

Songs

  1. But every record collection needs one whale song and Songs of the Humpback Whale represents the first and the best.

Song

  1. Last year, while getting ready for the release of Whale Song, I was so inspired by the story that I wrote a song.

Whale

  1. Whale song is the sound made by whale s to communicate.

Whales

  1. The sounds that whales make are called “whale song,” and the songs of this entire species are always in perfect pitch.
  2. Whale song is the sound made by whales to communicate.
  3. Whales also communicate with each other using lyrical sounds, called whale song.

Whale Song

  1. Whale song in fiction The song of Humpback Whales was a significant plot element of the film Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home.
  2. Whale song in fiction *The song of Humpback Whale s was a significant plot element of the film Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home.
  3. They have been known to generate about 20,000 acoustic watts of sound at 163 decibels.[9] For the Pearl Jam song, see Whale Song (song).

Categories

  1. Marine Mammals > Cetaceans > Baleen Whales > Humpback Whale
  2. Mammals > Marine Mammals > Cetaceans > Toothed Whales
  3. Arts > Music > Songs > Song
  4. Noises
  5. Whale Species
  6. Books about "Whale Song" in Amazon.com

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