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Announcing SeaBASS (BioAcoustics Summer School) 2012

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Subject: Announcing SeaBASS (BioAcoustics Summer School) 2012
Date: Tue, 15 Nov 2011 21:55:23 -0500

SeaBASS (BioAcoustics Summer School) provides the opportunity for graduate students interested in pursuing careers in marine bioacoustics to develop a strong foundation in both marine animal biology and acoustics from distinguished lecturers in the field.  The goals of SeaBASS are to discuss important topics in marine bioacoustics, foster technical communication across disciplines, and promote mentoring and collaboration.  SeaBASS gives students an opportunity to learn from experts who will discuss a suite of topics not often offered at any one university.  

WHEN: June 17-22, 2012

WHERE: Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel, State College, PA

COSTS: The basic costs of student attendance (room and board, based on double occupancy for students) will be funded from sponsor support.  There is no registration fee.  Full-time participation of all participants is required.  Travel costs are the responsibility of the student, but travel assistance can be requested during the application process.

APPLICATION: On-line application is available at  

Applications deadline is February 1, 2012.  Direct questions to Dr. Jennifer Miksis-Olds & Dr. Susan Parks via email at:


Introduction to Underwater Sound,  Sound Propagation,  Marine Mammal Biology & Behavior,  Sound Production,  Fisheries Acoustics/Fish Behavior,  Hearing and Masking,  Marine Animal Acoustic Communication,  Echolocation,  Hot Topic: Passive Acoustic Monitoring,  Hot Topic: Effects of Noise


Applied Research Laboratory at Penn State (ARL), Office of Naval Research (ONR), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) & the Acoustical Society of America (ASA)

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