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Stealth from Owl Silence

Owls have the uncanny ability to sneak up on their prey while remaining almost completely silent.  This is partially accomplished through their immense wingspan ( 462 more words

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Sonex Clean products are used in environments that require noise control such as bottling and food processing plants, clean rooms and food preparation areas, as well as aquatic centers and gymnasiums. 119 more words

End of trimester triumph!

Surprise, surprise, surprise! Guess who completely nailed her first acoustics report?! Oh yes, it’s only your favourite audio engineer in training. Bask my my gloriousness…… okay, that’s a bit Loki. 46 more words

Humpback Whale Non-Song Vocalization: Ascending Shriek

Humpback whales produce a wide variety of non-song vocalizations, or “Social Sounds”. This particular vocalization was recorded in Frederick Sound, Southeast Alaska, in summer of 2012. 7 more words

Bioacoustics

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NIHL - Are You Going Deaf

Whilst studying at college to get onto studying acoustics at Salford University, I had to produce a mini dissertation of sorts. Whilst the project that I undertook was a lot of work, it was also very rewarding and yielded some interesting results, especially with regards to the questionnaire side of it. 543 more words

Acoustics

Submarine Stealth: Acoustic Considerations

“Quietness gives a submarine twin advantages: it is harder to detect, while its own sensors become more sensitive as self-induced noise diminishes.” (Submarine Technology for the 21st Century, 2e… 565 more words

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