at Friday Harbor Laboratories, Friday Harbor, WA
AUGUST 1 - AUGUST 20, 2005
3 weeks: M-F 8-5; S 8-12
Fish 507 B (6 credits)
Dr. Charles H. Greene, Cornell University
Dr. John Horne, University of Washington
A primary goal of this course is to provide advanced undergraduates,
graduate students, and postdoctoral investigators with a broad
understanding of the acoustic tools and techniques required to
address fundamental questions pertaining to the behavior and ecology
of cetaceans, fishes, and zooplankton. By bringing together many of
the top research scientists in marine bioacoustics and bioacoustical
oceanography, new cross-disciplinary interactions will be encouraged.
Students will be exposed to the latest theories in underwater
acoustics as they pertain to studying pelagic animal behavior and
ecology in situ. Students also will have a unique opportunity to work
side by side with active scientists using state-of-the-art tools and
techniques (see Deep-Sea Research Part II, Vol. 5, No. 7, 1998).
Enrollment is limited to 12 students.
For additional information, contact [EMAIL PROTECTED] .
Chuck Greene's home page:
John Horne's research website:: <a href="http://www.acoustics.washington.edu"
Charles H. Greene, Director
Ocean Resources and Ecosystems Program
Department of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences
2130 Snee Hall, Cornell University Telephone: (607) 255-5449
Ithaca, NY 14853-2701 FAX: (607) 254-4780