Zaitseva K

Zaitseva K


Kira A.


ResearcherID:  K-6144-2018
Research Gate:  Kira_Zaitseva
Scopus ID:  7006258298
eLibrary ID:  84682

The primary research goal was to study formation of marine mammals’ bioacoustic communication and orientation systems during the evolution process. The researcher studies acoustic physiological patterns in functioning of dolphin`s communication and echolocation systems. The researcher conducts a theoretical justification, experiments and subsequent analysis of the work to clarify the role and importance of the new sensory system in the marine mammals adaptation to aquatic life. Recent papers focus on study of:
1) dolphin`s ability to perceive low frequency noises and the role of spectral analysis in them;
2) dolphin`s ability to detect and classify objects in places that are challenging for location search.
The experiments demonstrate high adaptivity of dolphin`s echolocation system and ability to purposefully change operating modes of both its active and passive parts.




Zaitseva K, Korolev V, Krivchenko A, Akhi A, Butyrskiy E / Probability of Underwater Target Location in the Bottlenose Dolphin Tursiops Truncatus Depending on Target Spatial Coordinates / Journal of Evolutionary Biochemistry and Physiology 2018 54(2) : 149-152
Zaitseva K, Korolev V, Akhi A, Butyrskiy E / Perception of Noises with Temporally Unstable Frequency Modulation of Tonal Components by the Dolphin Tursiops Truncatus / Journal of Evolutionary Biochemistry and Physiology 2017 53(3) : 241-244
Zaitseva K, Korolev V, Akhi A / Hearing sensitivity to Band-Pass Filtration Low Frequency Noise Spectrum in the Dolphin Tursiops Truncstus / Journal of Evolutionary Biochemistry and Physiology 2015 51(2) : 353-359