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Table of Contents: September 2011

Recent studies show that the SONAR system of these bats is much more sophisticated than previously believed. Yovel et al. (e1001150) show that they change their sonar’s field of view according to the environment’s complexity.

Image Credit: Yossi Yovel

Essays

Perspectives

Converging Currents in Climate-Relevant Conservation: Water, Infrastructure, and Institutions

John H. Matthews, Bart A.J. Wickel, Sarah Freeman

Book Reviews/Science in the Media

The Little Book of Viruses

Michael Emerman

Obituaries

Research Articles

Active Control of Acoustic Field-of-View in a Biosonar System

Yossi Yovel, Ben Falk, Cynthia F. Moss, Nachum Ulanovsky

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