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Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology
This paper describes the MOCHA project which aims to develop novel approaches for the analysis of data collected during Behavioral Response Studies (BRSs). BRSs are experiments aimed at directly quantifying the effects of controlled dosages of natural or anthropogenic stimuli (typically sound) on marine mammal behavior. These experiments typically result in low sample size, relative to variability, and so we are looking at a number of studies in combination to maximize the gain from each one.doi:10.1007/978-1-4939-2981-8_47 pmid:26610984 fatcat:3ch5oyln7fhsrpim4dgdbxchae