À l'occasion du dixième anniversaire de "Sur les épaules de Darwin", un choix des plus belles émissions sera diffusé tout au long de l'année le samedi à 16h. Aujourd'hui : rediffusion de l'émission du 15 novembre 2014, "Quand l’écho dessine les contours du monde"

Quand l'écho dessine les contours du monde
Quand l'écho dessine les contours du monde © Getty / Juan Carlos Vindas

Articles scientifiques

  • Corcoran A, Conner W. Bats jamming bats: food competition through sonar interference. Science November 7 2014, 346:745-7.
  • Wright G, Chiu C, Xian W, et coll. Social calls predict foraging success in Big Brown Bats. Current Biology 2014, 24:885-9.
  • Wilson D. Animal communication: keep your wings off my food! Current Biology 2014, 24:R319-21.
  • Morell V. When the bat sings. Science 2014, 344:1334-7.
  • Bohn K, Smarsh G, Smotherman M. Social context evokes rapid changes in bat song syntax. Animal Behaviour 2013, 85:1485-91.
  • Conner W, Corcoran A. Sound strategies: the 65-million-year-old battle between bats and insects. Annual Reviews of Entomology 2012, 57:21-39. 
  • Simon R, Holderied MW, Koch CU, et coll. Floral acoustics: conspicuous echoes of a dish-shaped leaf attract bat pollinators. Science 2011, 333:631-3.
  • Bates ME, Simmons JA, Zorikov TV. Bats use echo harmonic structure to distinguish their targets from background clutter. Science 2011, 333:627-30. 
  • Fenton MB. Ecology. The world through a bat’s ear. Science 2011, 333:528-9.
  • Fenton MB. Heat-thirsty bats. Nature 2011, 476:40-1.
  • Goerlitz HR, ter Hofstede HM, Zeale MR, et coll. An aerial-hawking bat uses stealth echolocation to counter moth hearing. Current Biology 2010, 20:1568-72. Erratum in: Curr Biol 2010, 20:1588.
  • Siemers BM, Schauermann G, Turni H, et coll. Why do shrews twitter? Communication or simple echo-based orientation. Biology  Letters 2009, 5:593-6.
  • Jahelková H, Horáček I, Bartonička T. The advertisement song of Pipistrellus nathusii (Chiroptera, Vespertilionidae): a complex message containing acoustic signatures of individuals. Acta Chiropterologica 2008, 10:103-26.
  • von Helversen D, von Helversen O. Acoustic guide in bat-pollinated flower. Nature 1999, 398:759-60. 
  • Nagel T. What is it like to be a bat? Philosophical Reviews 1974, LXXXIII, 4:435-50.
  • Griffin DR. Echolocation by blind men, bats and radar. Science 1944, 100:589-90.
  • Galambos R. The avoidance of obstacles by flying bats: Spallanzani’s ideas (1794) and later theories. Isis 1942, 34:132-40.
  • Galambos R. Cochlear potentials from the bat. Science 1941, 93:215.
  • Griffin D, Galambos R. The sensory basis of obstacle avoidance by flying bats. Journal of Experimental Zoology 1941,86:481-506.
  • Hartridge H. The avoidance of objects by bats in their flight. Journal of Physiology 1920, 54:54-7.

Autre article

  • Conner W. Une course aux armements acoustiques. Pour la Science Août 2014, 442:44-51

Livre

  • Jean Claude Ameisen. Sur les épaules de Darwin. Retrouver l’aube. France Inter/Babel 2016

Chansons diffusées

  • Nicolas Michaux. Nos retrouvailles. Captain Records
  • Celeste. Love is back. Caroline.
  • Kraftwerk. Radioactivity.
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