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Monroe, J.D., Manning, D.*, Uribe, P.*, Bhandiwad, A.*, Sisneros, J.A., Smith, M.E., Coffin, A.  2016. Hearing sensitivity differs between zebrafish lines used in auditory research. Hearing Research 341:220-231.

Smith, M.E., Groves, A.K., and Coffin, A.B.  2016.  Editorial: Sensory hair cell death and regeneration. Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience 10:208. doi:10.3389/fncel.2016.00208.

Smith, M.E., Monroe, J.D.  2016.  Causes and consequences of sensory hair cell damage and recovery in fishes.  In: Sisneros J (ed) Fish hearing and bioacoustics: An anthology in honor of Arthur N. Popper and Richard R. Fay. Springer, New York. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-21059-9.

Monroe, J.D., Rajadinakaran, G.*, and Smith, M.E. 2015. Sensory hair cell death and regeneration in fishes.  Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience 9:131.

Smith, M.E.  2015. The relationship between hair cell loss and hearing loss in fishes. Pp. 1079-1086. In: The Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life II. Popper, A.N. and Hawkins, A. (Eds.). Springer-Verlag.

Casper, B.M., Smith, M.E., Halvorsen, M.B., Sun, H., Carlson, T.J., and Popper, A.N.  2013.  Effect of exposure to pile driving sounds on fish inner ear tissues. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part A 166:352-360.

Smith, M.E. and Rajadinakaran, G.  2013.  The transcriptomics to proteomics of hair cell regeneration: Looking for a hair cell in a haystack.  Microarrays 2 (3):186-207; doi:10.3390/microarrays2030186.

Uribe, P.M.*, Sun, H., Wang, K., Asuncion, J.D., Wang, Q., Steyger, P.S., Smith, M.E., and Matsui, J.I. 2013. Aminoglycoside-induced hair cell death of inner ear organs causes functional deficits in adult zebrafish (Danio rerio). PLoS ONE 8(3): e58755. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0058755.

Smith, M.E. 2012. Predicting hearing loss in fishes. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology 730:259-262.

Sun, H., Lin, C-H.*, and Smith, M.E. 2011. Growth hormone promotes hair cell regeneration in the zebrafish (Danio rerio) inner ear following acoustic trauma. PLoS ONE 6 (11): e28372. Doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0028372.

Schuck, J.B.*, Sun, H., Penberthy, W.T., Cooper, N.G.F., Li, X., and Smith, M.E. 2011. Transcriptomic analysis of the zebrafish inner ear points to growth hormone mediated regeneration following acoustic trauma. BMC Neuroscience 12: 88, Doi:10.1186/1471-2202-12-88.

Smith, M.E., Schuck, J.B.*, Gilley, R.R.*, and Rogers, B.D.* 2011. Structural and functional effects of acoustic exposure in goldfish: evidence for tonotopy in the teleost saccule. BMC Neuroscience 12:19, Doi:10.1186/1471-2202-12-19.

Schuck, J.B.* and Smith, M.E. 2009. Cell proliferation follows acoustically-induced hair cell bundle loss in the zebrafish saccule. Hearing Research 253:67-76.

Stewart, P.C.* and Smith, M.E. 2009. Conspecific sound localization in Otocinclus affinis. Proceedings of the Institute of Acoustics 31(1): 230-234.

Smith, M.E. and Gilley, R.R.* 2008. Testing the equal energy hypothesis in noise-exposed fishes. Bioacoustics 17:343-345.

Wysocki, L.E., Davidson, J.*, Smith, M.E., Popper, A.N., Frankel, A., Ellison, W.,Welch, T., Ford, F., Bebak-Williams, J. 2007. The effects of aquaculture noise on the growth, survival and hearing of rainbow trout. Aquaculture 272:687-697.

Oxman, D.*, R. Barnett-Johnson, Smith, M.E., A.B. Coffin, D.L. Miller, R. Josephson, and A.N. Popper. 2007. The effect of vaterite deposition on otolith morphology, sound reception and inner ear sensory epithelia in hatchery-reared Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 64:1469-1478.

Popper, A.N., M.B. Halvorsen, A.S. Kane, D. Miller*, M.E. Smith, J. Song, P. Stein, and L.E. Wysocki. 2007.The effects of high-intensity, low-frequency active sonar on rainbow trout. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 122(1):623-635.

Smith, M.E., Coffin, A.B.*, Miller, D.L.*, and Popper, A.N. 2006.Anatomical and functional recovery of the goldfish (Carrasius auratus) ear following noise exposure. Journal of Experimental Biology 209:4193-4202.

Popper, A.N., M.E. Smith, P.A. Cott, B.W. Hanna, A.O. MacGillivray, M.E. Austin, and D.A. Mann. 2005. Effects of exposure to seismic airgun use on hearing of three fish species. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 117(6):3958-3971.

Popper, A.N., Halvorsen, M.B., Miller, D.L., Smith, M.E., Song, J., Wysocki, L.E., Hastings, M.C., Kane, A.S., and Stein, P. 2005. Effects of surveillance towed array sensor system (SURTASS) low frequency active sonar on fish. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 117(4):2440.

Fuiman, L.A., Cowan, J.H., Jr., Smith, M.E., and O'Neal, J.P.* 2005. Behavior and recruitment success in fish larvae: variation with growth rate and the batch effect. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 62:1337-1349.

Belk, M.C., Johnson, J.B., Wilson, K.W., Smith, M.E., and Houston, D.D.* 2005. Variation in intrinsic individual growth rate among populations of leatherside chub (Snyderichthys copei Jordan & Gilbert): adaptation to temperature or length of the growing season? Ecology of Freshwater Fishes 14(2):177-184.

Smith, M.E., Kane, A.S., and Popper, A.N. 2004. Acoustical stress and hearing sensitivity in fishes: does the linear threshold shift hypothesis hold water? Journal of Experimental Biology 207:3591-3602.

Smith, M.E., Kane, A.S., and Popper, A.N. 2004. Noise-induced stress response and hearing loss in goldfish (Carassius auratus). Journal of Experimental Biology 207(3):427-435.

Popper, A. N., Fewtrell, J., Smith, M. E. and McCauley, R. D. 2004. Anthropogenic sound: effects on the behavior and physiology of fishes. Marine Technology Society Journal 37:33-38.

Smith, M. E., A. S. Kane, M. C. Hastings, and A. N. Popper. 2004. Physiological effects of noise on fishes. Pp. 299-304. In: Proceedings of the 8th International Congress on Noise as a Public Health Problem, R. G. de Jong, T. Houtgast, E. A. M. Franssen, and W. F. Hofman (eds.), Rotterdam, Netherlands.

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