marine bio-acoustics

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Facing the music: calls of one of the worlds most endangered dolphins

River dolphins are some of the most endangered dolphin species in the world. Unfortunately, they are vastly understudied and greatly misunderstood. For the first time ever scientists were able to capture hundreds of different calls, showing that these animals have a vast language unique from other species. Brandy BiggarAs a grad student, I study marine […]

In the Heart of the Sea: Following the Song of Humpback Whales to Study Migration

Every year, humpback whales journey across the ocean. Using passive acoustics to study whale song, scientists are able to follow the path of humpback whales and learn about their migratory patterns. Read (and listen) to find out more! Aditi TripathyHello! I am an undergraduate student majoring in Marine Biology with a minor in Acoustics at […]

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