Sound in the Sea: It's Changing, It's Revealing and It Will Affect Your Supper

PART OF: Our Changing Ocean: Series 3

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Sound is the most effective way to study the ocean—it’s an amazing tool that is both far-reaching and informative. We have only just begun to take advantage of what marine life have been using for millions of years. How can we use sound in the sea? What can it tell us about the ocean and ourselves? What are the implications of a changing ocean soundscape?

Instructor: Tom Dakin started his career in the Canadian Forces tracking Russian submarines during the Cold War. He then took over research and development of ocean sensors at AML Oceanographic for 17 years. He is now the Sensor Technologies Development Officer at Ocean Networks Canada.

 

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RELATED TO: Marine Science