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Date: Wed, 5 Apr 2017 09:19:24 +0000

Dear All,


If your job involves wading through reports generated because of environmental legislation on underwater noise, our Marine Acoustics course will help you understand the how noise impacts marine wildlife and get to grips with the regulations aimed at protecting our natural environment. Our four-day Marine Acoustics course is perfect for anyone working as a regulator, environmental consultant, researcher, policy or environmental professional who needs to understand the regulatory environment. It will give you the knowledge you need to analyse and act on the recommendations in reports generated as a result of environmental legislation. Delivered by leading research experts including Dr Paul Lepper and Professor Victor Humphrey, this course is CPD-recognised by the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST) and is run in association with the University of Bath.


As concern about the impact of underwater noise on marine wildlife increases, regulations to protect marine wildlife become more rigorous. For those working in and around the marine environment, it is essential to understand the basic concepts of underwater acoustics and how noise can impact marine wildlife.


The Marine Acoustics course uses a mixture of lectures and hands-on learning to explore the ocean environment and explain the models that are used to measure underwater acoustics. Delegates will then investigate what can be done to mitigate underwater noise before getting to grips with environmental regulations, Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs), guidelines, emerging studies and technologies in the Marine Acoustics field. The course is intended for regulators, environmental consultants, researchers and policy/environmental professionals within industry. It will be particularly useful in providing a better understanding of reports that delegates either must deliver or receive from clients.


Our next course runs in Seattle 20-22 June. To book a place now go to: or for more info email m("","s.hancock");">


Seiche Ltd
Stephanie Barnicoat
Business Support
Seiche Ltd
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