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Vocal Learning and Auditory-Vocal Feedback
(Springer, 2016) - Book item,
Vocal learning is usually studied in songbirds and humans, species that can form auditory templates by listening to acoustic models and then learn to vocalize to match the template. Most other species are thought to develop ...
Erosion and coastal archaeology : Evaluating the threat and prioritising action
(Archeopress, 2013) - Book item,
The archaeology of coastal regions is rich and varied, but is facing increasing pressures from natural processes. Regardless of how the climate may change in the future, many coastal archaeological sites are threatened by ...
Temporal relations between mineral deposits and global tectonic cycles
(Geological Society, 2013-10) - Book item,
Mineral deposits are heterogeneously distributed in both space and time, with variations reflecting tectonic setting, evolving environmental conditions, as in the atmosphere and hydrosphere, and secular changes in the ...