Arktis: Mit Unterwasser-Mikrofonen dem nächsten Gletscherabbruch auf der Spur. Forscher wollen besser verstehen, was genau beim Schmelzen der Gletscher passiert. Deshalb lauschen sie dem Knacken von Luftblasen im Eis. Der
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The Arctic is one of the focal points of global climate change, with surface temperatures rising twice as fast as the rest of the world. A significant component of the
Un groupe international de chercheurs en océanographie et en acoustique a réussi à enregistrer, sous l’eau, le bruit d’un glacier qui fond. Gino Harel nous parle de leur découverte. Lors
One of Dr. Hari Vishnu’s work on how we can listen to air bubble sounds to gauge glacial melting, as reported in EurekAlert!
Air bubbles sound climate change’s impact on glaciers #ASA181 Melting causes accelerated ice loss at tidewater glaciers, releasing pressurized bubbles Reports and Proceedings ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
As the world’s temperatures rise, tidewater glaciers are receding and melting, releasing air trapped in the ice. Scientists can listen to the release of the air and potentially use the
As the Vice-President of Technical Activities in the Oceanic Engineering Society, Dr. Venugopalan Pallayil will be managing the Distinguished Lecturer Programme, Chapter Activities and Technology Committee Activities for the period
Oceanic engineers are researching and using technology to explore our ocean water in ways we have never been capable of in the past. In honor of World Water Day on
Journal article on glacier acoustics featured on cover page of the Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (Vol. 148, No. 6)
Arctic glacial bays are among the loudest natural environments in the ocean, owing to heavy submarine melting, calving, freshwater discharge, and ice–wave interactions. Understanding the coherence and vertical directionality of
Every year National Geographic brings together explorers, scientists, and storytellers from around the world to share their discoveries and insights—along with their solutions for creating a more sustainable future. Apart
Each year, the Distinguished Technical Achievement Award of the Oceanic Engineering Society honors one OES member for an outstanding fundamental or applied technical contribution to oceanic engineering. The award recognizes a single major invention or scientific contribution, or a distinguished series of contributions over a long period of time.