Acoustic Determinants to Group-Specific Vocalizations and Dialect: The Effects of Environment on Infant Vocalizations of Cebus Capucinus, and Utilizing Two Field Sites With a Shared Taxon For a Comparative Ecological Study
Central American Biodiversity: Conservation, Ecology, and a Sustainable Future
New York, New York
College of Arts and Sciences
Halloran, A. R. & Mancz, S. (2015). Acoustic determinants to group-specific vocalizations and dialect: The effects of environment on infant vocalizations of Cebus capucinus, and utilizing two field sites with a shared taxon for a comparative ecological study. In Central American Biodiversity: Conservation, Ecology, and a Sustainable Future. pp. 487-493. New York, NY: Springer.