While physical parameters (e.g. currents, temperature, water quality, visibility, salinity, etc) of the environment around coral reefs are relatively easy to measure with instruments, biological parameters (e.g. percentage of coral
Tag: ambient noise imaging
Snapping shrimp dominate the high-frequency soundscape in warm coastal waters. The extremely impulsive and loud noise generated by these small creatures is a result of the collapse of cavitation bubbles
Just like we use ambient light to see things around us, why not use ambient noise in the ocean for sensing? The principle underlying ambient noise imaging (ANI) makes use
The sea may seem a picture of calm, but that belies what lies beneath. Beneath a backdrop of rolling waves, the crackle of coral and chitter of fish are among a myriad of sounds made by one of the world’s noisiest environments.