Listening to Ocean Life

ECU Author/Contributor (non-ECU co-authors, if there are any, appear on document)
Joseph J. Luczkovich (Creator)
Roger Rulifson (Creator)
Mark Sprague (Creator)
East Carolina University (ECU )
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Abstract: "By using a remotely controlled autonomous vehicle (""Blackbeard"" the Acoustic Wave Glider) , the authors made recordings of sounds produced by striped cusk eels , sea robins , oyster toadfish , weakfish , red drum , spotted seatrout , bottlenose dolphins , and humpback whales in Onslow Bay , North Carolina. The article describes the wave glider , the sound recording system used on the wave glider , and presents data recorded along the track followed by the glider mission in August 2017."

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Luczkovich , Joseph J. , Mark W. Sprague , and Roger A. Rulifson. 2019. Listening to Ocean Life: Monitoring Fish , Marine Mammal Sounds with Wave Glider. Sea Technology , May 2019 , pp 16-20.
Language: English
Date: 2019
Passive acoustics, fishes, whales, bioacoustics, autonomous vehicles

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