Data from: Vocal plasticity in mallards: multiple signal changes in noise and the evolution of the Lombard effect in birds

Adriana M. Dorado-Correa, Sue Anne Zollinger & Henrik Brumm
Signal plasticity is a building block of complex animal communication systems. A particular form of signal plasticity is the Lombard effect, in which a signaler increases its vocal amplitude in response to an increase in the background noise. The Lombard effect is a basic mechanism for communication in noise that is well-studied in human speech and which has also been reported in other mammals and several bird species. Sometimes, but not always, the Lombard effect...
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