Papers in peer-reviewed international journals

  1. Burchardt, L.S., Picciulin, M., Parmentier, E. & Bolgan, M. (2021) A primer on rhythm quantification for fish sounds: a Mediterranean case study. Royal Society Open Science,
  2. Barcelo-Serra, M., Cabanellas, S., Palmer, M., Bolgan, M., & Alós, J. (2021). A state-space model to derive motorboat noise effects on fish movement from acoustic tracking data. Scientific reports, 11(1), 1-12.
  3. Parmentier, E., Bertucci, F., Bolgan, M., & Lecchini, D. (2021). How many fish could be vocal? An estimation from a coral reef ( Moorea Island ). Belgian Journal of Zoology 151: 1–29.
  4. Picciulin, M., Bolgan, M., Fiorin, R., Facca, C., Malavasi, S. (2021). Sound discrimination of two sympatric, threatened fish species allows for their in situ mapping. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems DOI: 10.1002/aqc.3581
  5. Bolgan, M., Pereira, B. P., Crucianelli, A., Mylonas, C. C., Pousão-Ferreira, P., Parmentier, E., Fonseca P.J, Amorim, M. C. P. (2020). Vocal repertoire and consistency of call features in the meagre Argyrosomous regius (Asso, 1801). Plos one, 15(11), e0241792.
  6. Bolgan M., Parmentier E. (2020). The unexploited potential of listening to deep-sea fish. Fish and Fisheries 00, 1–15.
  7. Carriço R., Silva M.A., Menezes G.M., Vieira M., Bolgan M., Fonseca P. J., Amorim M.C.P. (2020) Temporal dynamics in diversity patterns of fish sound production in the Condor seamount (Azores, NE Atlantic). Deep-Sea Research Part I 103357.
  8. Bolgan M., Gervaise C., Di Iorio L., Lossent J., Lejeune P., Raick X., Parmentier E. (2020). Fish biophony in a Mediterranean submarine canyon. Journal of Acoustic Society of America 147(4), 2466-2477.
  9. Bolgan M., Crucianelli A., Mylonas C.C., Henry S., Falguiere J.C., Parmentier E. (2020) Calling activity and calls’ temporal features inform about fish reproductive condition and spawning in three cultured Sciaenidae species. Aquaculture 735243.
  10. Rountree R.A., Juanes F., Bolgan M. (2020) Temperate freshwater soundscapes: A cacophony of undescribed biological sounds now threatened by anthropogenic noise. PlosOne 15(3), e0221842.
  11. Bolgan M.- Soulard J., Di Iorio L., Gervaise C., Lejeune P., Gobert S., Parmentier E. (2019). The sea chordophones make the mysterious /Kwa/: emitter identification of the dominating fish sound in Mediterranean seagrass meadows. Journal of Experimental Biology 222(11), jeb196931
  12. Rountree R.A., Juanes F., Bolgan M. (2018) Air movement sound production by alewife, white sucker, and four salmonid fishes suggests the phenomenon is widespread among freshwater fishes. PLoS ONE 13(9), e0204247.
  13. Rountree R.A., Bolgan M., Juanes F. (2018) How can we understand freshwater soundscapes without fish sound descriptions? Fisheries 44(3), 137-143.
  14. Amorim M.C.P., Vasconcelos R.O., Bolgan M., Pedroso, S., Fonseca P.J. (2018) Acoustic communication in marine shallow waters: testing the acoustic adaptive hypothesis in sand gobies. Journal of Experimental Biology 21(22), jeb183681.
  15. Picciulin M., Kever L, Parmentier E., Bolgan M. (2018) Listening to the unseen: Passive Acoustic Monitoring reveals the presence of a cryptic fish species. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 29(2), 202-210.
  16. Bolgan M., Amorim M.C.P., Fonseca P.J., Di Iorio L. & Parmentier E. (2018). Acoustic Complexity of vocal fish communities: a field and controlled validation. Scientific reports, 8(1): 10559.
  17. Bolgan M., Chorazyczewska E., Winfield I.J., Mc Cullough P., O’Brien J. & Gammell M. (2018) The soundscape of Arctic charr spawning grounds in lotic and lentic environments: can Passive Acoustic Monitoring be used to detect spawning activities? Bioacoustics 27(1): 57-85.
  18. Bolgan M., O’Brien J., Picciulin M., Manning L. & Gammell M. (2017) Behaviour of Arctic charr during an induced mating season in captivity: how male relative size influences male behavioural investment and female preference over time. Journal of fish biology 90(4): 1479-1505.
  19. Bolgan M., Chorazyczewska, E., Winfield I.J., Codarin, A., O’Brien J, & Gammell M. (2016) First observations of anthropogenic underwater noise in a large multi-use lake. Journal of Limnology 75(3): 644-651.
  20. Bolgan M., O’Brien J, Rountree, R.. & Gammell M. (2016) Does the Arctic charr, Salvelinus alpinus, produce sounds in a captive setting? Journal of Fish Biology 89(3): 1857-1865.
  21. Picciulin M., Bolgan M., Coro’ A.B., Calcagno G. & Malavasi S. (2016) Sound production in the shi drum Umbrina cirrosa and comparison with the brown meagre Sciaena umbra: a passive acoustic monitoring perspective. Journal of Fish Biology 88(4): 1655-1660.
  22. Bolgan M., O’Brien J. & Gammell M. (2016) The behavioural repertoire of Arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus (L.)) in captivity: a case study for testing ethogram completeness and reducing observer effects. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 25(2): 318-328.
  23. Picciulin M., Bolgan M., Codarin A., Fiorin R., Colla S & Malavasi S. (2013) Characterisation of the noise emitted by the passage of a passenger cruise liner in the Venice lagoon: concern about possible effects on the local fish community.  Annales: Series Historia Naturalis 23 (2): 143-147.
  24. Picciulin M., Bolgan M., Codarin A., Fiorin R., Zucchetta M. & Malavasi S. (2013) Passive acoustic monitoring of Sciaena umbra on rocky habitats in the Venetian littoral zone. Fisheries Research 145: 76-81.
  25. Bolgan M., Pedroso S.S., Picciulin M., Fonseca P.J & Amorim M.C.P (2013) Differential investment in acoustic communication during social interactions in two closely-related sand goby species. Behaviour 150: 133-152.
  26. Amorim M.C.P., Pedroso S.S., Bolgan M., Jordão J.M, Caiano M. &  Fonseca P.J. (2012). Painted gobies sing their quality out loud: acoustic rather than visual signals advertise male quality and contribute to mating success. Functional Ecology 27(2): 289-298.
  27. Bolgan, M., Rodeano, M., Manna, D., Ferrero, E.A. (2009) Animal welfare and scientific research: the meerkat group at Parco Zoo Punta Verde. International Zoo News 374 (56/5): 281-288.
  28. Bolgan, M., Rodeano, M., Manna, D., Ferrero, E.A. (2008) What enrichment motivates meerkats? Shape of Enrichment 17 (4): 11-13.

Papers in conference proceedings

  1. Rountree R.A., Juanes F., Bolgan M. (2017) Fish sound production in freshwater habitats of New England: Widespread occurrence of air movements sounds. In: The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 141(5), 4003-4005.
  2. Bolgan M., O’Brien J., Winfield I.J. Gammell M. (2016) An investigation of Irish and British inland water soundscapes: which sonic sources influence acoustic levels? In: Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics (POMA), Acoustical Society of America (ASA) 27(1).
  3. Picciulin M., Colla S., Fiorin R., Bolgan M., Pranovi F., Malavasi S. (2016) The soundscape of a mussel farm: biophony and man-made noise levels. In: Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics (POMA), Acoustical Society of America (ASA) 27(1).
  4. Bolgan M., Picciulin M., Codarin A., Fiorin R., Zucchetta M. & Malavasi S. (2015) Is the Venice lagoon noisy? First passive listening monitoring of the Venice lagoon: possible effects on the typical fish community. In: Popper, A.N. and Hawkins, A. (ed.) The Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life II. Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, New York pp. 83-90.
  5. Bolgan M., Pedroso S.S., Vasconcelos R.O, Jordão J.M, Amorim M.C.P. & Fonseca P.J. (2012) Hearing sensitivity of the painted goby, Pomatoschistus pictus. In: Popper, A.N. and Hawkins, A. (ed.) The Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life I. Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, New York, 109-111.
  6. Pedroso S.S., Bolgan M., Jordão J.M., Fonseca P.J. & Amorim M.C.P. (2012) Acoustic communication in Pomatoschistus spp.: a comparison between closely related species. In: Popper, A.N. and Hawkins, A. (ed.) The Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life I. Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, New York, pp. 113-115.

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