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Ocean noise: Study to measure the oceans' ‘year of quiet

How your Brain Tracks Moving Sounds

Female green tree frogs have noise-canceling lungs that help them hear mates

My race against time to capture the sounds of ancient rainforests

Neanderthal ears were tuned to hear speech just like modern humans

Biologist Marie Fish Catalogued the Sounds of the Ocean for the World to Hear

Quantifying perceptual errors in virtual soundscapes

Twenty Thousand Hertz –  LRAD episode

The Deterrent Tone (podcast) – Twenty Thousand Hertz

Masks Save Lives, but May Hinder Communication

Trouble hearing in a crowded room? New ‘cone of silence’ could help

Moths draped in stealth acoustic cloak evade bat sonar

Exploring cultural heritage through acoustic digital reconstructions

Explaining the sound of Purdue’s ‘clapping circle’

How crocodiles locate sounds

Before migrating, some blue whales switch up the timing of their songs

Alexa, do I have COVID-19?

Metropolitan Acoustics wins the 2021 INCE Member’s Choice Project of the Year Award

Baby bats babble, much like human infants

The sound of seagrass

Deaf scientists thrive with interpreters and technology

The search for the loneliest whale in the world

Scientific innovations harness noise and acoustics for healing

The Sound Aquatic

As ‘phantom rivers’ roar, birds and bats change their hunting habits

How Environmental Noise Harms the Cardiovascular System

How Navy money changed the course of sea science

Bats don’t have to learn the speed of sound – they’re born knowing it

When Pursuing Prey, Bats Tune Out the World

 

 

2019 News Article Links
Scientists Detect the Sounds of Undersea Volcanoes Belching Giant Bubbles

Why Everything is Getting Louder

Get Off My Lawn
How a small group of activists (our correspondent among them) got leaf blowers banned in the nation’s capital

Squirrels Relax When They Hear Birds Relaxing
Scientists show that squirrels have one ear tuned to the chatter of birds, and act on what they learn from eavesdropping.

Human speech may have a universal transmission rate: 39 bits per second

Watch a tiny worm make one of the loudest sounds in the ocean

Translating proteins into music, and back

Stethoscopes: An experimental study

Statistical mechanics meets music theory

Browsing Deer Affect How A Forest Sounds

Quantum Music To My Ears

Sound waves bypass visual limitations to recognize human activity

ASA East and South-East Asia (ESEA) Regional Chapter of The Acoustical Society of America holds Charter Ceremony

These ocean floats can hear earthquakes, revealing mysterious structures deep inside Earth

Human noise may be scrambling the eggs of baby fish

Photoacoustic imaging enables scientists to step up war on cancer

The best place for a bird's voice box is low in the airway, researchers find

Mysterious river dolphin helps crack the code of marine mammal communication

Morphing origami takes a new shape, expanding use possibilities

To Save the Sound of a Stradivarius, a Whole City Must Keep Quiet

The best place for a bird's voice box is low in the airway, researchers find

USITT Architecture Awards

These Whales Are Serenaders of the Seas. It’s Quite a Racket

Artificial intelligence turns brain activity into speech

The sound of a tropical forest

These sound waves can levitate and move particles in new ways

 

 

 

 

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