Recent publications (as of end 2009)#

  • Michelsen A (1998) The tuned cricket. News Physiol. Sci. 13 (2): 32-38.
  • Hilberg O, Lyholm B, Michelsen A, Pedersen OF, Jacobsen O (1998) Acoustic reflections during rhinometry: spatial resolution and sound loss. J. Appl. Physiol. 84: 1030-1039.
  • Michelsen A (1998) Biophysics of sound localization in insects. In: Comparative hearing: insects (RR Hoy, AN Popper, RR Fay, eds). Springer Handbook of Auditory Research, p. 18-62.
  • Michelsen A, Elsner N (1999) Sound emission and the acoustic far field of a singing acridid grasshopper (Omocestus viridulus L.). J. exp. Biol. 202: 1571-1577.
  • Michelsen A (1999) The dance language of honeybees: Recent findings and problems. In: The Design of Animal Communication (MD Hauser and M Konishi, eds). MIT Press, pp. 111-131.
  • Michelsen A, Fonseca P (2000) Spherical sound radiation patterns of singing grass cicadas,Tympanistalna gastrica. J Comp Physiol A 186: 163-168.
  • Michelsen A (2001) How Nature engineers ears. In: Neuronal Coding of Perceptual Systems (W Backhaus ed). Singapore: World Scientific, pp. 221-236
  • Michelsen A (2001) Directional hearing and sound generation in field crickets: Two matched filters. In: Neuronal Coding of Perceptual Systems. Ibid, pp. 546-561
  • Michelsen A (2003) Signals and flexibility in the dance communication of honeybees. J Comp Physiol A 189: 165-174.
  • Michelsen A (2003) How Nature designs ears. In: Sensors and Sensing in Biology and Engineering (FG Barth, JAC Humphrey, TW Secomb, eds). New York: Springer, pp. 37-47
  • Michelsen A (2003) The physics of sound communication in crickets. Ultragarsas 2(47): 57-63.
  • Michelsen A (2003) Die “Tanzsprache” der Bienen. In: Der Turmbau zu Babel (W. Seipel ed.) Vol. 2: 151-157. Wien: Ausstellung des Kunsthistorischen Museums.
  • Michelsen A (in press) Dance language of bees. In: 2004 McGrawHill Yearbook of Science and Technology
  • Larsen ON, Dooling R, Michelsen A (submitted) Directional hearing in budgerigars.
  • Michelsen A, Larsen ON (submitted) General properties of pressure difference reveiving ears.

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