Table of Contents:
Section I : Acoustic and Chemical Communication
*Sound-generating Mechanisms in Fishes: A Unique Diversity in Vertebrates: Friedrich Ladich and Michael L. Fine
*Evolutionary Trends of Swim-bladder Sound Mechanisms in Some Teleost Fishes: Eric Parmentier and Rui Diogo
*Diversity of Sound Production in Fish: Maria Clara P. Amorim; Propagation of Fish Sounds: David A. Mann
*Agonistic Behavior and Acoustic Communication: Friedrich Ladich and Arthur A. Myrberg, Jr.
*Reproductive Behavior and Acoustical Interactions: Arthur A. Myrberg, Jr. and Marco Lugli
*Detection of Communication Sounds: Lidia Eva Wysocki
*Hydromechanical Communication via the Lateral Line: Copepodology for the Ichthyologist: John Janssen and J. Rudi Strickler
*Functional Organization of the Olfactory System in Fish: El Hassan Hamdani and Kjell B. Doving
*The Role of Public Chemical Information in Antipredator Behavior: Brian D. Wisenden and Douglas P. Chivers
Section II : Visual Communication
*Propagation of Visual Signals in the Aquatic Environment: An Interactive Windowsr-based Model: Ellis R. Loew and Hong Zhang
*Evolution of Color Discrimination in Vertebrates and its Implications for Visual Communication: Shaun P. Collin and Ann E.O. Trezise
*Visual Communication in Elasmobranchs: Nathan S. Hart et al.
*What Does a Reef Fish See When It Sees a Reef Fish? Eating "Nemo"c: Justin Marshall et al.
*UV Communication in Fish: E. Siebeck et al.
*Visual Pigments and Visual Communication in Deepwater Environments: David M. Hunt and James K. Bowmaker
*Visual Communication in East African Cichild Fishes: Diversity in a Phylogenetic Context: Karen L. Carleton et al.
*Developmental Plasticity in Spectral Sensitivity and Processing in the Cichlid Fish Aequidens pulcher: Ronald H.H. Kr#ger and Hans-Joachim Wagner
*Non-image-forming Photoreception: Russell G. Foster et al.
Section III : Electric Communication
*Eletrocommunication : History, Insights, and New Questions: Peter Moller
*Measuring and Visualizing EOD Fields: Brian Rasnow
*Plasticity of the Electric Organ Discharge Waveform: Contexts, Mechanisms, and Implications for Electrocommunication: Philip K. Stoddard
*Evolution of Electric Signal Diversity in Gymnotiform Fishes: William G.R. Crampton and James S. Albert
*Intra- and Interspecific Electrocommunication among Sympatric Mormyrids in the Upper Zambezi River: Andreas Scheffel and Bernd Kramer
*Electrocommunication in Gymnotiformes: Jamming Avoidance and Social Signals during Courtship: Daniel Larenzo et al.
*Integration of the Electrosense with Other Senses: Implications for Communication: Stefan Schuster
*A Neuroethology of Electrocommunication: Senders, Receivers, and Everything in between: Bruce Carlson