Communication in troubled waters: responses of fish communication systems to changing environments

Inke van der Sluijs, Suzanne Gray, Maria Amorim, Iain Barber, Ulrika Candolin, Andrew Hendry, Rudiger Krahe, Martine Maan, Anne Utne-Palm, Hans-Joachim Wagner, Bob Wong

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Abstract

Fish populations are increasingly being subjected to anthropogenic changes to their sensory environments. The impact of these changes on inter- and intra-specific communication, and its evolutionary consequences, has only recently started to receive research attention. A disruption of the sensory environment is likely to impact communication, especially with respect to reproductive interactions that help to maintain species boundaries
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)623 - 640
Number of pages18
JournalEvolutionary Ecology
Volume25
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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van der Sluijs, Inke ; Gray, Suzanne ; Amorim, Maria ; Barber, Iain ; Candolin, Ulrika ; Hendry, Andrew ; Krahe, Rudiger ; Maan, Martine ; Utne-Palm, Anne ; Wagner, Hans-Joachim ; Wong, Bob. / Communication in troubled waters: responses of fish communication systems to changing environments. In: Evolutionary Ecology. 2011 ; Vol. 25, No. 3. pp. 623 - 640.
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Communication in troubled waters: responses of fish communication systems to changing environments. / van der Sluijs, Inke; Gray, Suzanne; Amorim, Maria; Barber, Iain; Candolin, Ulrika; Hendry, Andrew; Krahe, Rudiger; Maan, Martine; Utne-Palm, Anne; Wagner, Hans-Joachim; Wong, Bob.

In: Evolutionary Ecology, Vol. 25, No. 3, 2011, p. 623 - 640.

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