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Olga Filatova
Olga Filatova
Faculty of Biology, Moscow State University
Verified email at mail.bio.msu.ru
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Морские млекопитающие России: справочник-определитель
A Burdin, OA Filatova, E Hoyt
Кировская обл. тип., 2009
902009
The social organization of resident-type killer whales (Orcinus orca) in Avacha Gulf, Northwest Pacific, as revealed through association patterns and acoustic similarity
T Ivkovich, OA Filatova, AM Burdin, H Sato, E Hoyt
Mammalian Biology 75 (3), 198-210, 2010
762010
Call diversity in the North Pacific killer whale populations: implications for dialect evolution and population history
OA Filatova, VB Deecke, JKB Ford, CO Matkin, LG Barrett-Lennard, ...
Animal behaviour 83 (3), 595-603, 2012
722012
Usage of monophonic and biphonic calls by free-ranging resident killer whales (Orcinus orca) in Kamchatka, Russian Far East
OA Filatova, ID Fedutin, MM Nagaylik, AM Burdin, E Hoyt
Acta ethologica 12 (1), 37-44, 2009
482009
The structure of the discrete call repertoire of killer whales Orcinus orca from Southeast Kamchatka
OA Filatova, ID Fedutin, AM Burdin, E Hoyt
Bioacoustics 16 (3), 261-280, 2007
462007
Genetic structure of the beaked whale genus Berardius in the North Pacific, with genetic evidence for a new species
PA Morin, C Scott Baker, RS Brewer, AM Burdin, ML Dalebout, JP Dines, ...
Marine Mammal Science 33 (1), 96-111, 2017
372017
Cross-cultural and cross-ecotype production of a killer whale ‘excitement’call suggests universality
N Rehn, OA Filatova, JW Durban, AD Foote
Naturwissenschaften 98 (1), 1-6, 2011
362011
Cultural evolution of killer whale calls: background, mechanisms and consequences
OA Filatova, FIP Samarra, VB Deecke, JKB Ford, PJO Miller, H Yurk
Behaviour 152 (15), 2001-2038, 2015
322015
Ultrasonic whistles of killer whales (Orcinus orca) recorded in the North Pacific (L)
OA Filatova, JKB Ford, CO Matkin, LG Barrett-Lennard, AM Burdin, E Hoyt
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 132 (6), 3618-3621, 2012
292012
Dependence of killer whale (Orcinus orca) acoustic signals on the type of activity and social context
OA Filatova, MA Guzeev, ID Fedutin, AM Burdin, E Hoyt
Biology bulletin 40 (9), 790-796, 2013
282013
THE TECHNIQUE OF NONINVASIVE DISTANT SEXING FOR FOUR MONOMORPHIC DENDROCYGNA WHISTLING DUCK SPECIES BY THEIR LOUD WHISTLES
I Volodin, M Kaiser, V Matrosova, E Volodina, A Klenova, O Filatova, ...
Bioacoustics 18 (3), 277-290, 2009
282009
Killer whale call frequency is similar across the oceans, but varies across sympatric ecotypes
OA Filatova, PJO Miller, H Yurk, FIP Samarra, E Hoyt, JKB Ford, ...
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 138 (1), 251-257, 2015
242015
An agent-based model of dialect evolution in killer whales
OA Filatova, PJO Miller
Journal of theoretical biology 373, 82-91, 2015
232015
Is killer whale dialect evolution random?
OA Filatova, AM Burdin, E Hoyt
Behavioural processes 99, 34-41, 2013
232013
The function of multi-pod aggregations of fish-eating killer whales (Orcinus orca) in Kamchatka, Far East Russia
OA Filatova, ID Fedutin, TV Ivkovich, MM Nagaylik, AM Burdin, E Hoyt
Journal of Ethology 27 (3), 333-341, 2009
232009
Photo‐identification matches of humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) from feeding areas in Russian Far East seas and breeding grounds in the North Pacific
OV Titova, OA Filatova, ID Fedutin, EN Ovsyanikova, H Okabe, ...
Marine Mammal Science 34 (1), 100-112, 2018
222018
Using a mobile hydrophone stereo system for real-time acoustic localization of killer whales (Orcinus orca)
OA Filatova, ID Fedutin, AM Burdin, E Hoyt
Applied acoustics 67 (11-12), 1243-1248, 2006
222006
Individual and sexual differences in the calls of the monomorphic white-faced whistling duck Dendrocygna viduata
IA Volodin, EV Volodina, AV Klenova, OA Filatova
Acta Ornithologica 40 (1), 43-52, 2005
222005
Resident and transient-type killer whales, Orcinus orca, in southeast Kamchatka, Russia
AM Burdin, E Hoyt, H Sato, K Tarasyan, OA Filatova
IWC Scientific Committee (SC/56/SM15), 2004
202004
Sequential Habitat Use by Two Resident Killer Whale (Orcinus orca) Clans in Resurrection Bay, Alaska, as Determined by Remote Acoustic Monitoring.
H Yurk, O Filatova, CO Matkin, LG Barrett-Lennard, M Brittain
Aquatic Mammals 36 (1), 2010
192010
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