• New Marine Mammal Research Project – Integrating Visual and Acoustic Sensors to Study Behavior and Behavioral Response in Small Cetaceans

    Tuesday, June 20, 2017

    SEA is proud to partner with Cascadia Research Collective, NOAA/NMFS Southwest Fisheries Science Center, and Kelp Marine Research on a new marine mammal research project beginning off southern California.                                              “Integrating remote sensing methods […]

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  • Brandon Southall Leads Ocean Acoustics Panel at Capital Hill Oceans Weeks

    Sunday, June 11, 2017

    This week is Capital Hill Oceans Week in Washington D.C. Organized by the National Marine Sanctuaries Program, this event brings together ocean policy makers and scientists from around the U.S. to discuss cutting edge issues in marine science and conservation. (please see: https://www.marinesanctuary.org/chow/) The session is entitled “Cacophony: The decline of silent seas” and it take […]

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  • Public Outreach on Marine Acoustics in Monterey Bay

    Wednesday, March 1, 2017

    Dr. Brandon Southall will appear with colleagues from MBARI and the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary this Friday March 3rd at 5pm for a First Friday public event entitled: “Sounds in the Sanctuary: An Opportunity to Listen Beneath the Waves” Recordings of sounds from animals and people recorded on a new passive acoustics listening system in […]

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  • Dr. Brandon Southall serves on United Nations ocean acoustics panel

    Sunday, February 26, 2017

    An international group of ocean scientists and leaders from a range of international research and environmental organizations, government agencies, and industry partners (pictured below) participated in a special session on ship noise and ship strike issues related to marine conservation at a recent preparatory meeting for the United Nations Oceans Conference. SEA’s Brandon Southall was […]

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  • SEA Senior Scientist co-authors IUCN Best Practices Publication on Seismic Surveys

    Saturday, September 3, 2016

    SEA Senior Scientist Dr. Brandon Southall and Dr. Doug Nowacek from Duke co-authored a new publication regarding responsible environmental practices for monitoring and mitigation of seismic airgun surveys. The document is entitled  “Effective planning strategies for managing environmental risk associated with geophysical and other imaging surveys.” It was launched at the World Conservation Congress last night […]

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Sep
3

SEA Senior Scientist co-authors IUCN Best Practices Publication on Seismic Surveys

SEA Senior Scientist Dr. Brandon Southall and Dr. Doug Nowacek from Duke co-authored a new publication regarding responsible environmental practices for monitoring and mitigation of seismic airgun surveys. The document is entitled  “Effective planning strategies for managing environmental risk associated with geophysical and other imaging surveys.” It was launched at the World Conservation Congress last night […]

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Mar
13

Brandon Southall to give DOSITS webinar – Wed 16 March

    Members of the international regulatory community have an expressed need for training materials on underwater acoustics as well as instructional resources that can be quickly accessed and viewed. To meet this need, the Discovery of Sound in the Sea (DOSITS) Team is facilitating a free, five-part webinar series on topics related to underwater sound. Two webinars took place in 2015.  The […]

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Feb
24

New publication on Heterogenous Prey Distribution and Beaked Whales

Along with my co-authors Kelly Benoit-Bird and Mark Moline, I would like to bring to your attention a paper recently published in Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B (Biological Sciences) entitled Predator-guided sampling reveals biotic structure in the bathypelagic. The full reference, online location, and full abstract are provided below. We are happy […]

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Feb
19

Marine Mammals and Noise in the Arctic

FOR INFORMATION A recent media piece on noise in the Arctic was published online in Arctic Deeply. SEA Senior Scientist and close colleague Chris Clark of Cornell were among those featured in the article about the science and traditional knowledge of sound and mammal behavior in the Arctic. The link is below as well as […]

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