Data from: Suffering in receivers: negative effects of noise persist regardless of experience in female anurans

Masayuki Senzaki, Taku Kadoya, Clinton D. Francis, Nobuo Ishiyama & Futoshi Nakamura
1. Anthropogenic noise is widespread, and growing evidence suggests that it can negatively affect animals through many different mechanisms including masking of cues and signals, distraction, and aversion to noise. 2. Acoustic masking has received the most attention from researchers and recent evidence suggests that masking effects can be mitigated by alteration of signal frequencies or amplitudes by signalers. Additionally, alteration can be a learned response via prior experience with noise exposure. However, it remains...
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