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American Meteorological Society
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nes aw nd nesto t h e ValUe of o ce a N Noi se sources of each sound, they could become feasible again to get good Oceans are f illed with sound— track noise movement between hy- measurements.” from ships, marine life, the move- drophones and, due to the number The researchers believe t hat ment of wave s , a nd nu merou s of different noises, interpret useful t heir ambient noise–measuring other sources. Until recently, this physical oceanographic informa- methodology will be cheaper and noise has mostly been viewed as a tion, such as temperature, salinity, simpler to use in different regions nuisance, or in some cases even a and density data. of the oceans than previous acous- danger to certain ocean-dwelling “If you have one source and you tic techniques. Their study, which creat u res. But a new st udy has know where it’s located, it’s easy was recently published in Geophysi- found an important benefit to all to interpret measurements,” ex- cal Research Letters, is believed to that racket: it can be utilized to plains study coauthor Oleg Godin be the first to successfully use am- study t he physics of t

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Published: Oct 1, 2010

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