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Seeking sound recording - Herring FRT

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Subject: Seeking sound recording - Herring FRT
From: Michael Stocker <>
Date: Wed, 15 Oct 2014 12:19:36 -0700

Dear Bioacoustics community members


We are creating an underwater bioacoustic interpretive exhibit for a San Francisco Bay Area non-profit nature center. The demographic is largely elementary and middle school children so it would definitely not be complete without a recording of clupeid "Fast Repetitive Tick Sounds."   Does anyone on this list have a good recording that we could use? We will give full accreditation to any sounds used .


Other sounds we are seeking:


Plainfin Midshipman - Porichthys notatus hum

Extended bandwidth harbor porpoise phonations (we will pitch shift to demonstrate "ultra-sonics")

Ictalurus nebulosus - Brown bullhead

Grey whale phonations – particularly “bongo drumming”


Thanks in advance!


Michel Stocker
Michael Stocker, Director

Ocean Conservation Research

P.O. Box 559

Lagunitas, CA  94938

Mobile:  415-488-0553

Email:  m("ocr.og","mstocker");">


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