acoustic sounding

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acoustic sounding

acoustic sounding

Case Study: Film Sound, Acoustic Ecology and Performance in Electroacoustic Music

Drever, John Levack (born 1973), composer, sound artist, acoustic ecologist

Sound familiar? Acoustic similarity provokes responses to unfamiliar heterospecific alarm calls

Sounds Good? The Acoustic Monitoring of Coral-Reef Health

Relationship between acoustic backscattering strength and density of zooplankton in the sound-scattering layer

On prospects for sounding activity cycles of Sun-like stars with acoustic modes

The effect of brain lesions on sound localization in complex acoustic environments

The sound of a snail: two cases of acoustic defence in gastropods

Combining the Acoustic and the Digital: Music for Instruments and Computers or Prerecorded Sound

Comparison of acoustic backscatter measurements from a ship-mounted Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler and an EK500 scientific echo-sounder

Acoustic waves generated from seismic surface waves: propagation properties determined from Doppler sounding observations and normal-mode modelling

Seismic waveform tomography across the Seattle Fault Zone in Puget Sound: resolution analysis and effectiveness of visco-acoustic inversion of viscoelastic data

Reconstruction of an acoustically sound-soft obstacle from one incident field and the far-field pattern

Modelling sound propagation in the Southern Ocean to estimate the acoustic impact of seismic research surveys on marine mammals

Maman, F., & Unsoeld, T. (2009). The Tao of sound: Acoustic sound healing for the 21st century. Malibu, CA: Tama-Do, The Academy of Sound, Color and Movement. 295 pages. ISBN: 978-0-9795525-5-7. $75.00


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A method of using high-intensity sound waves to investigate the detailed structure of the troposphere. The sound is emitted by one or more loudspeakers and the return signal detected by a suitable receiver. The technique is capable of mapping inversions, determining turbulence, and, through the Doppler effect, of detecting variations in the wind field.

Subjects: Meteorology and Climatology.

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