From Oceanus Magazine
The Music of Sound
And now for something completely different: Arthur Newhall, an underwater acoustics researcher and a musician, has found an interesting way to combine his two areas of expertise.
Acidity and Sound
OASL scientists respond to claims that acidification of the oceans will cause increased sound propagation and more sound pollution.
A 3-D Underwater Soundscape
A venerable squadron of vessels and vehicles, as well as tons of equipment and dozens of people, are called in for the largest oceanographic field experiment in the 76-year history of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
Sonar and Marine Mammals
Legal struggles hinder the ability of scientists to conduct their research.
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WHOI News Releases
Now in Broadband: Acoustic Imaging of the Ocean
Researchers at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution have developed two advanced broadband sound systems that they believe could represent the acoustic equivalent of the leap from black-and-white television to HD TV. For oceanographers, this could mean a major upgrade in their ability to count and classify fish and to pinpoint tiny zooplankton amid seas of turbulence.
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