• BRS

    SOCAL-15 PUBLIC SUMMARY AVAILABLE

    Thursday, June 25, 2015

    The new SOCAL-15 page on www.socal-brs.org is now available at: <http://sea-inc.net/socal-brs/socal-15/>. On this page you will find a public summary of our research plans for 2015 <http://sea-inc.net/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/SOCAL15-summary.pdf>. We expect to have our primary research efforts in August and October-November this year and we will provide a blog announcement of the beginning of the from-the-field blog […]

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  • RissosDolphins_BSouthall

    SOCAL-14 REPORT AVAILABLE

    Thursday, June 25, 2015

    On behalf of the research team collaborating on the SOCAL-BRS project to study the behavior of marine mammals in southern California and their responses to human sounds including military sonar, I am pleased to report the completion of our 2014 annual research report. This includes some work that ran later in the season this year […]

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    B. Southall Delivers Visionary Research Seminar on SOCAL-BRS at ONR S&T Expo

    Tuesday, March 10, 2015

    Dr. Brandon Southall gave an invited “Visionary Research” presentation at the recent ONR Science and Technology Expo in Washington D.C. This expo highlights cutting edge research and innovative technology supported by ONR. Given their long-standing support of marine mammal research in a wide variety of areas, including sound and it’s potential effects. Dr. Southall’s lecture […]

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  • Goldbogen_2015

    New SOCAL-BRS publication on foraging kinematics and prey distribution of blue whales

    Wednesday, February 4, 2015

    On behalf of the SOCAL-BRS project, I am happy to announce the publication of another paper resulting from our work. Lead by Dr. Jeremy Goldbogen of Stanford’s Hopkins Marine Station with a number of colleagues from the SOCAL-BRS team, this paper focuses on the fine-scale kinematics of foraging behavior in endangered blue whales and how […]

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  • Complex masking

    New Publication on Detection of Complex Sounds in Seals and Sea Lions

    Tuesday, December 30, 2014

    On behalf of lead author Kane Cunningham, we would like to provide some information on our recent paper on the detection of complex sounds by seals and sea lions.  The goal of this study was to test how auditory data predict detection of complex sounds in quiet and noisy conditions.  Our results indicate that pinnipeds […]

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News & Press

BRS
Jun
25

SOCAL-15 PUBLIC SUMMARY AVAILABLE

The new SOCAL-15 page on www.socal-brs.org is now available at: <http://sea-inc.net/socal-brs/socal-15/>. On this page you will find a public summary of our research plans for 2015 <http://sea-inc.net/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/SOCAL15-summary.pdf>. We expect to have our primary research efforts in August and October-November this year and we will provide a blog announcement of the beginning of the from-the-field blog […]

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RissosDolphins_BSouthall
Jun
25

SOCAL-14 REPORT AVAILABLE

On behalf of the research team collaborating on the SOCAL-BRS project to study the behavior of marine mammals in southern California and their responses to human sounds including military sonar, I am pleased to report the completion of our 2014 annual research report. This includes some work that ran later in the season this year […]

Read More
FF-Expo-700x265.ashx
Mar
10

B. Southall Delivers Visionary Research Seminar on SOCAL-BRS at ONR S&T Expo

Dr. Brandon Southall gave an invited “Visionary Research” presentation at the recent ONR Science and Technology Expo in Washington D.C. This expo highlights cutting edge research and innovative technology supported by ONR. Given their long-standing support of marine mammal research in a wide variety of areas, including sound and it’s potential effects. Dr. Southall’s lecture […]

Read More
Goldbogen_2015
Feb
4

New SOCAL-BRS publication on foraging kinematics and prey distribution of blue whales

On behalf of the SOCAL-BRS project, I am happy to announce the publication of another paper resulting from our work. Lead by Dr. Jeremy Goldbogen of Stanford’s Hopkins Marine Station with a number of colleagues from the SOCAL-BRS team, this paper focuses on the fine-scale kinematics of foraging behavior in endangered blue whales and how […]

Read More

SOCAL-BRS

SOCAL-BRS is a study of basic behavior and responses to controlled sound exposures in a variety of marine mammal species.

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