Sound in the Sea evening symposium at the 2013 International Congress on
Sound in the Sea evening symposium at the 2013 International Congress on Acoustics, Tuesday, June 4, 2013, 7:30pm
Holly Morin <>
Tue, 21 May 2013 10:46:56 -0400
The Discovery of Sound in the Sea website (DOSITS)
is one of the most comprehensive Internet resources on underwater sound. The website provides peer-reviewed, scientific content on the physical science of underwater sound and how people and animals use sound. It also provides efficient access to timely information on the effects of underwater sound on marine animals.
The DOSITS project, conducted by the University of Rhode Island's Graduate School of Oceanography (GSO) in partnership with Marine Acoustics, Inc. (MAI), was launched in November 2002. Since then, the DOSITS website has received over 63 million hits. To commemorate this milestone, celebrate the success of the project, and thank the over 125 members of the acoustics community who have contributed their efforts, please join us during the 2013 International Congress on Acoustics (ICA),
for Sound in the Sea: Recent Discoveries and Applications,
series of engaging presentations on current advances in underwater acoustics. This event is being sponsored by the Acoustical Society of America (ASA) and MAI, and will take place on the evening of Tuesday, June 4, 2013,
at the Intercontinental Hotel in Montreal, Canada.
In addition to hearing from leading researchers, the symposium will provide a unique opportunity to also network with members of the acoustics community.
The symposium is open to All ICA/ASA/CAA 2013 attendees as well as the public. Doors and a cash bar will open at 7:00 pm.
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