Scientists use Raven Pro for a wide variety of research. Here are some of the recent papers that reference Raven software:
Amorim, M. C. P., J. M. Simoes, V. C. Almada and P. J. Fonseca. 2011a. Stereotypy and variation of the mating call in the Lusitanian toadfish, Halobatrachus didactylus. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65: 707-716.
Amorim, M. C. P., J. M. Simoes, V. C. Almada and P. J. Fonseca. 2011b. Stereotypy and variation of the mating call in the Lusitanian toadfish, Halobatrachus didactylus. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65: 707-716.
Colombelli-Negrel, D., J. Robertson and S. Kleindorfer. 2011. Risky revelations: Superb Fairy-wrens Malurus cyaneus respond more strongly to their mate's alarm song. Journal of Ornithology 152: 127-135.
Crothers, L., E. Gering and M. Cummings. 2011. Aposematic signal variation predicts male-male interactions in a polymorphic poison frog. Evolution 65: 599-605.
Danner, J. E., R. M. Danner, F. Bonier, P. R. Martin, T. W. Small and I. T. Moore. 2011. Female, but Not Male, Tropical Sparrows Respond More Strongly to the Local Song Dialect: Implications for Population Divergence. The American Naturalist 178(1): 53-63.
Emmering, Q. C. and K. A. Schmidt. 2011. Nesting songbirds assess spatial heterogeneity of predatory chipmunks by eavesdropping on their vocalizations. Journal of Animal Ecology 2011.
Erdtmann, L. K., P. I. Simoes, A. C. Mello and A. P. Lima. 2011. Do natural differences in acoustic signals really interfere in conspecific recognition in the pan-Amazonian frog Allobates femoralis? Behaviour 148: 485-500.
Fallow, P. M., J. L. Gardner and R. D. Magrath. 2011. Sound familiar? Acoustic similarity provokes responses to unfamiliar heterospecific alarm calls. Behavioral Ecology 22: 401-410.
Gonzalez, C., J. F. Ornelas and C. Gutierrez-Rodriguez. 2011. Selection and geographic isolation influence hummingbird speciation: genetic, acoustic and morphological divergence in the wedge-tailed sabrewing (Campylopterus curvipennis). Bmc Evolutionary Biology 11.
Hughes, A. L. 2011. Stereotyped and non-stereotyped features of the temporal patterning of singing sessions in the ovenbird Seiurus auricapillus. Behavioural Processes 87: 165-170.
Jang, Y. 2011. Male Responses to Conspecific Advertisement Signals in the Field Cricket Gryllus rubens (Orthoptera: Gryllidae). Plos One 6.
Kelley, L. A. and S. D. Healy. 2011. The mimetic repertoire of the spotted bowerbird Ptilonorhynchus maculatus. Naturwissenschaften 98: 501-507.
Kirschel, A. N. G., M. L. Cody, Z. T. Harlow, V. J. Promponas, E. E. Vallejo and C. E. Taylor. 2011. Territorial dynamics of Mexican Ant-thrushes Formicarius moniliger revealed by individual recognition of their songs. Ibis 153: 255-268.
Lehtinen, R. M., E. A. Wojtowicz and A. Hailey. 2011. Male vocalizations, female discrimination and molecular phylogeny: multiple perspectives on the taxonomic status of a critically endangered Caribbean frog. Journal of Zoology 283: 117-125.
Millsap, B. A., S. H. Seipke and W. S. Clark. 2011. The Gray Hawk (Buteo nitidus) is Two Species. The Condor 113(2): 326-339.
Parks, S. E., M. Johnson, D. Nowacek and P. L. Tyack. 2011. Individual right whales call louder in increased environmental noise. Biology Letters 7: 33-35.
Price, J. J. and D. H. Yuan. 2011. Song-type sharing and matching in a bird with very large song repertoires, the tropical mockingbird. Behaviour 148: 673-689.
Rehn, N., O. A. Filatova, J. W. Durban and A. D. Foote. 2011. Cross-cultural and cross-ecotype production of a killer whale 'excitement' call suggests universality. Naturwissenschaften 98: 1-6.
Rice, A. N., B. R. Land, and A. H. Bass. 2011. Nonlinear acoustic complexity in a fish 'two-voice' system. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences DOI:10.1098/rspb.2011.0656.
Riesch, R. and V. B. Deecke. 2011. Whistle communication in mammal-eating killer whales (Orcinus orca): further evidence for acoustic divergence between ecotypes. Behav Ecol Sociobiol 65:1377–1387
Speares, P., D. Holt and C. Johnston. 2011. The relationship between ambient noise and dominant frequency of vocalizations in two species of darters (Percidae: Etheostoma). Environ Biol Fish 90: 103-110.
Vargas, L. E., N. V. Sanchez and G. Avalos. 2011. Forest structure and territory size relationship in the neotropical understorey insectivore Henicorhina leucosticta. Journal of Tropical Ecology 27: 65-72.
Vasconcelos, R. O., P. J. Fonseca, M. C. P. Amorim and F. Ladich. 2011. Representation of complex vocalizations in the Lusitanian toadfish auditory system: evidence of fine temporal, frequency and amplitude discrimination. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 278: 826-834.
Watson, M. L., J. V. Wells and R. W. Bavis. 2011. First Detection of Night Flight Calls by Pine Siskins. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 123: 161-164.
Wilson, D. R. and D. J. Mennill. 2011. Duty cycle, not signal structure, explains conspecific and heterospecific responses to the calls of Black-capped Chickadees (Poecile atricapillus). Behav Ecol 22: 784–790.
Amorim, M. C. P., J. M. Simoes, N. Mendonca, N. M. Bandarra, V. C. Almada and P. J. Fonseca. 2010. Lusitanian toadfish song reflects male quality. Journal of Experimental Biology 213: 2997-3004.
Anderson, M. G., D. H. Brunton and M. E. Hauber. 2010. Reliable Information Content and Ontogenic Shift in Begging Calls of Grey Warbler Nestlings. Ethology 116: 357-365.
Anderson, M. G., D. H. Brunton and M. E. Hauber. 2010. Species specificity of grey warbler begging solicitation and alarm calls revealed by nestling responses to playbacks. Animal Behaviour 79: 401-409.
Beckett, M. D. and G. Ritchison. 2010. Effects of breeding stage and behavioral context on singing behavior of male Indigo Buntings. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 122(4): 655-665.
Bura, V. L., V. G. Rohwer, P. R. Martin and J. E. Yack. 2010. Whistling in caterpillars (Amorpha juglandis, Bombycoidea): sound-producing mechanism and function. Journal of Experimental Biology 214: 30-37.
Colbeck, G. J., T. S. Sillett and M. S. Webster. 2010. Asymmetric discrimination of geographical variation in song in a migratory passerine. Animal Behavior 80: 311-318.
Courter, J. R. and G. Ritchison. 2010. Alarm calls of tufted titmice convey information about predator size and threat. Behavioral Ecology 21: 936-942.
Crothers, L., E. Gering and M. Cummings. 2010. Aposematic Signal Variation Predicts Male-Male Interactions in a Polymorphic Poison Frog. 2010. Evolution 65(2): 599-605.
Cui, J., Y. Wang, S. Brauth and Y. Tang. 2010. A novel female call incites male-female interaction and male-male competition in the Emei music frog, Babina daunchina. Animal Behavior 80: 181-187.
Cunnington, G. M. and L. Fahrig. 2010. Plasticity in the vocalizations of anurans in response to traffic noise. Acta Oecologica 36: 463-470.
Fallow, P. M. and R. D. Magrath. 2010. Eavesdropping on other species: mutual interspecific understanding of urgency information in avian alarm calls. Animal Behaviour 79: 411-417.
Haff, T. M. and R. D. Magrath. 2010. Vulnerable but not helpless: nestlings are fine-tuned to cues of approaching danger. Animal Behaviour 79: 487-496.
Goodale, E. and J. Podos. 2010. Persistence of song types in Darwin's finches, Geospiza fortis, over four decades. Biology Letters 6: 589-592.
Grant, B. R. and P. R. Grant. 2010. Songs of Darwin’s finches diverge when a new species enters the community. PNAS 107(47): 20156-20163.
Haff, T. M. and R. D. Magrath. 2010. Vulnerable but not helpless: nestlings are fine-tuned to cues of approaching danger. Animal Behaviour 79: 487-496.
Lehtinen, R. M., E. A. Wojtowicz and A. Hailey. 2010. Male vocalizations, female discrimination and molecular phylogeny: multiple perspectives on the taxonomic status of a critically endangered Caribbean frog. Journal of Zoology 283: 117-125.
Lemasson, A., K. Ouattara, H. Bouchet and K. Zuberbuhler. 2010. Speed of call delivery is related to context and caller identity in Campbell's monkey males. Naturwissenschaften 97: 1023-1027.
Lima, A. M. X., M. V. Garey, R. B. Noleto and V. K. Verdade. 2010. Natural History of the Lutz's Frog Cycloramphus lutzorum Heyer, 1983 (Anura: Cycloramphidae) in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest: Description of the Advertisement Call, Tadpole, and Karyotype. Journal of Herpetology 44(3): 360-371.
Parker, K. A., M. E. Hauber and D. H. Brunton. 2010. Contemporary Cultural Evolution of a Conspecific Recognition Signal Following Serial Translocations. Evolution 64-8: 2431-2441.
Ranjard, L. et. al. 2010. Bioacoustic distances between the begging calls of brood parasites and their host species: a comparison of metrics and techniques. Behav Ecol Sociobiol 64: 1915-1926.
Rice, A. N., B. R. Land, and A. H. Bass. 2010. Novel toadfish swimbladder morphology creates nonlinear acoustic complexities. Integrative and Comparative Biology 50:e146.
Schel, A. M., A. Candiotti and K. Zuberbuhler. 2010. Predator-deterring alarm call sequences in Guereza colobus monkeys are meaningful to conspecifics. Animal Behavior 80: 799-808.
Simmons, L. W., R. M. Tinghitella and M. Zuk. 2010. Quantitative genetic variation in courtship song and its covariation with immune function and sperm quality in the field cricket Teleogryllus oceanicus. Behav Ecol 21: 1330-1336.
Slocombe, K. E., T. Kaller, J. Call, and K. Zuberbuhler. 2010. Chimpanzees Extract Social Information from Agonistic Screams. PLoS ONE 5(7): e11473.
Spillmann, B., L. P. Dunkel, M. A. van Noordwijk, R. N. A. Amda, A. R. Lameira, S. A. Wich and C. P. van Schaik. 2010. Acoustic Properties of Long Calls Given by Flanged Male Orang-Utans (Pongo pygmaeus wurmbii) Reflect Both Individual Identity and Context. Ethology 116: 385-395.
Vasconcelos, R. O., J. M. Simo˜ es, V. C. Almada, P. J. Fonseca and M. C. P. Amorim. 2010. Vocal Behavior During Territorial Intrusions in the Lusitanian Toadfish: Boatwhistles Also Function as Territorial ‘Keep-Out’ Signals. Ethology 116(1): 155-165.
Wieland, M., A. E. Jones and S. C. P. Renn. 2010. Changing durations of southern resident killer whale (Orcinus orca) discrete calls between two periods spanning 28 years. Marine Mammal Science 26(1): 195-201.
Wood, J. D. 2010. Marine Mammal Species Conservation: A Review of Developments in the Uses of Acoustics. Journal of International Wildlife Law & Policy 13:4, 311-325.
Acevedo, M. A., C. J. Corrada-Bravo, H. Corrada-Bravo, L. J. Villanueva-Rivera and T. M. Aide. 2009. Automated classification of bird and amphibian calls using machine learning: A comparison of methods. Ecological Informatics 4(4): 206-214.
Anderson, M. G., H. A. Ross, D. H. Brunton and M. E. Hauber. 2009. Begging call matching between a specialist brood parasite and its host: a comparative approach to detect coevolution. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 98: 208-216.
Bura, V. L., A. J. Fleming and J. E. Yack. 2009. What's the buzz? Ultrasonic and sonic warning signals in caterpillars of the great peacock moth (Saturnia pyri). Naturwissenschaften 96: 713-718.
Celis-Murillo, A., J. L. Deppe and M. F. Allen. 2009. Using soundscape recordings to estimate bird species abundance, richness, and composition. Journal of Field Ornithology 80(1): 64-78.
Dahlin, C. R. and T. F. Wright. 2009. Duets in yellow-naped Amazons: variation in syntax, note composition and phonology at different levels of social organization. Ethology 115: 857-871.
Dawson, D. K. and M. G. Efford. 2009. Bird population density estimated from acoustic signals. Journal of Applied Ecology 46(6): 1201-1209.
De Luca, P. A. and R. B. Cocroft. 2009. Age-related changes in an insect mating signal have no effect on female choice. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 63(12): 1787-1798.
Erdtmann, L. and A. Amezquita. 2009. Differential evolution of advertisement call traits in dart-poison frogs (Anura: Dendrobatidae). Ethology 115(9): 801-811.
Fernandez-Juricic, E., A. J. del Nevo and R. Poston. 2009. Identification of individual and population-level variation in vocalizations of the endangered southwestern willow flycatcher (Empidonax traillii extimus). Auk 126(1): 89-99.
Greig, E. I. and S. Pruett-Jones. 2009. A predator-elicited song in the splendid fairy-wren: warning signal or intraspecific display? Animal Behaviour 78(1): 45-52.
Hardus, M. E., A. R. Lameira, C. P. Van Schaik and S. A. Wich. 2009. Tool use in wild orang-utans modifies sound production: a functionally deceptive innovation? Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 276: 3689-3694.
Herzog, S. K., S. R. Ewing, K. L. Evans, A. MacCormick, T. Valqui, R. Bryce, M. Kessler and R. MacLeod. 2009. Vocalizations, distribution, and ecology of the Cloud-forest Screech Owl (Mecascops marshalli). The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 121(2): 240-252.
Heyer, W. R. and C. L. Barrio-Amoros. 2009. The advertisement calls of two sympatric frogs, Leptodactylus lithonaetes (Amphibia: Anura: Leptodactylidae) and Pristimantis vilarsi (Amphibia: Anura: Strabomantidae). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 122(3): 282-291.
Heyer, W. R. and A. A. Giaretta. 2009. Advertisement calls, notes on natural history, and distribution of Leptodactylus chaquensis (Amphibia: Anura: Leptodactylidae) in Brasil. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 122(3): 292-305.
Hingee, M. and R. D. Magrath. 2009. Flights of fear: a mechanical wing whistle sounds the alarm in a flocking bird. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 276(1676): 4173-4179.
Hochachka, W. M., M. Winter and R. A. Charif. 2009. Sources of variation in singing probability of Florida grasshopper sparrows, and implications for design and analysis of auditory surveys. Condor 111(2): 349-360.
Hutto, R. L. and R. J. Stutzman. 2009. Humans versus autonomous recording units: a comparison of point-count results. Journal of Field Ornithology 80(4): 387-398.
Kennedy, R. A. W., C. S. Evans and P. G. McDonald. 2009. Individual distinctiveness in the mobbing call of a cooperative bird, the noisy miner Manorina melanocephala. Journal of Avian Biology 40(5): 481-490.
Kirschel, A. N. G., D. T. Blumstein, R. E. Cohen, W. Buermann, T. B. Smith and H. Slabbekoorn. 2009. Birdsong tuned to the environment: green hylia song varies with elevation, tree cover, and noise. Behavioral Ecology 20: 1089-1095.
Lanzone, M., E. Deleon, L. Grove and A. Farnsworth. 2009. Revealing undocumented or poorly known flight calls of warblers (Parulidae) using a novel method of recording birds in captivity. Auk 126(3): 511-519.
Lattin, C. and G. Ritchison. 2009. Intra- and Intersexual Functions of Singing by Male Blue Grosbeaks: the Role of within-Song Variation. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 121(4): 714-721.
Magrath, R. D., B. J. Pitcher and J. L. Gardner. 2009. An avian eavesdropping network: alarm signal reliability and heterospecific response. Behavioral Ecology 20: 745-752.
Marshall, D. C. and K. B. R. Hill. 2009. Versatile aggressive mimicry of cicadas by an Australian predatory katydid. Plos One 4(1).
Miller, E. H. and A. J. Baker. 2009. Antiquity of shorebird acoustic displays. Auk 126(2): 454-459.
Opazo, D., N. Velasquez, A. Veloso and M. Penna. 2009. Frequency-modulated vocalizations of Eupsophus queulensis (Anura: Cycloramphidae). Journal of Herpetology 43(4): 657-664.
Ouattara, K., K. Zuberbuhler, E. K. N'Goran, J. E. Gombert and A. Lemasson. 2009. The alarm call system of female Campbell's monkeys. Animal Behaviour 78(1): 35-44.
Rautio, A., M. Niemi, M. Kunnasranta, I. J. Holopainen and H. Hyvarinen. 2009. Vocal repertoire of the Saimaa ringed seal (Phoca hispida saimensis) during the breeding season. Marine Mammal Science 25(4): 920-930.
Rice, A. N., and A. H. Bass. 2009. Evolution and diversity of batrachoidid vocalizations. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 125:2486.
Rice, A. N., and A. H. Bass. 2009. Novel vocal repertoire and paired swimbladders of the three-spined toadfish, Batrachomoeus trispinosus: insights into the diversity of the Batrachoididae. Journal of Experimental Biology 212:1377-1391.
Schel, A. M., S. Tranquilli and K. Zuberbuhler. 2009. The Alarm Call System of Two Species of Black-and-White Colobus Monkeys (Colobus polykomos and Colobus guereza). Journal of Comparative Psychology 123(2): 136-150.
Seneviratne, S. S., I. L. Jones and E. H. Miller. 2009. Vocal repertoires of auklets (Alcidae: Aethiini): structural organization and categorization. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 121(3): 568-584.
Slocombe, K. E., S. W. Townsend and K. Zuberbuhler. 2009. Wild chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii) distinguish between different scream types: evidence from a playback study. Animal Cognition 12: 441-449.
Soard, C. M. and G. Ritchison. 2009. 'Chick-a-dee' calls of Carolina chickadees convey information about degree of threat posed by avian predators. Animal Behaviour 78(6): 1447-1453.
Soma, M., M. Hiraiwa-Hasegawa and K. Okanoya. 2009. Song-learning strategies in the Bengalese finch: do chicks choose tutors based on song complexity? Animal Behaviour 78(5): 1107-1113.
Tervo, O. M., S. E. Parks and L. A. Miller. 2009. Seasonal changes in the vocal behavior of bowhead whales (Balaena mysticetus) in Disko Bay, Western-Greenland. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 126(3): 1570-1580.
Yorzinski, J. L. and S. L. Vehrencamp. 2009. The effect of predator type and danger level on the mob calls of the American crow. Condor 111(1): 159-168.
Amorim, M. C. P. and R. O. Vasconcelos. 2008. Variability in the mating calls of the Lusitanian toadfish Halobatrachus didactylus: cues for potential individual recognition. Journal of Fish Biology 73(6): 1267-1283.
Brunton, D. H., B. Evans, T. Cope and W. Ji. 2008a. A test of the dear enemy hypothesis in female New Zealand bellbirds (Anthornis melanura): female neighbors as threats. Behavioral Ecology 19: 791-798.
Brunton, D. H., B. A. Evans and W. Ji. 2008b. Assessing natural dispersal of New Zealand bellbirds using song type and song playbacks. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 32(2): 147-154.
Clark, C. J. and T. J. Feo. 2008. The Anna's hummingbird chirps with its tail: a new mechanism of sonation in birds. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 275: 955-962.
Guerra, J. E., J. Cruz-Nieto, S. G. Ortiz-Maciel and T. F. Wright. 2008. Limited geographic variation in the vocalizations of the endangered thick-billed parrot: implications for conservation strategies. Condor 110(4): 639-647.
Houle, M. E. and G. M. Barnett. 2008. Students' conceptions of sound waves resulting from the enactment of a new technology-enhanced inquiry-based curriculum on urban bird communication. Journal of Science Education and Technology 17(3): 242-251.
Newman, K. and A. M. Springer. 2008. Nocturnal activity by mammal-eating killer whales at a predation hot spot in the Bering Sea. Marine Mammal Science 24(4): 990-999.
Stafford, K. M., S. E. Moore, K. L. Laidre and M. P. Heide-Jorgensen. 2008. Bowhead whale springtime song off West Greenland. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 124(5): 3315-3323.
Vasconcelos, R. O. and F. Ladich. 2008. Development of vocalization, auditory sensitivity and acoustic communication in the Lusitanian toadfish Halobatrachus didactylus. Journal of Experimental Biology 211(4): 502-509.
Patricelli, G. L., M. S. Dantzker and J. W. Bradbury. 2007. Differences in acoustic directionality among vocalizations of the male red-winged blackbird (Agelaius pheoniceus) are related to function in communication. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 61: 1099-1110.
Risch, D., C. W. Clark, P. J. Corkeron, A. Elepfandt, K. M. Kovacs, C. Lydersen, I. Stirling and S. M. Van Parijs. 2007. Vocalizations of male bearded seals, Erignathus barbatus: classification and geographical variation. Animal Behaviour 73: 747-762.
Yorzinski, J. L., S. L. Vehrencamp, A. B. Clark and K. J. McGowan. 2006. The inflected alarm caw of the American Crow: Differences in acoustic structure among individuals and sexes. Condor 108(3): 518-529.
Slocombe, K. E. and K. Zuberbuhler. 2005. Agonistic Screams in Wild Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii) Vary as a Function of Social Role. Journal of Comparative Psychology 119(1): 67-77.