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Date: Wed, 3 Jan 2018 09:39:23 +0000

Underwater Acoustic & Sonar Systems
April 2018 - Exeter

This intensive course equips delegates with a thorough knowledge of the fundamentals of underwater acoustics with a key emphasis on sonar. It is run in association with University of Bath, UK, and is delivered by leading research professors.



Offshore industry and defence operations inevitably impact the marine environment. To protect marine wildlife and mitigate the effects of underwater noise, it is essential to understand the basic concepts of underwater acoustics and how sonar technologies can affect marine wildlife.
This five-day Marine Sonar course combines lectures with practical workshops to explore the ocean environment, get to grips with the terminology and concepts relating to sonar, and learn how sonar technology can be applied in the oil, gas and defence industries.
Delegates will investigate what can be done to mitigate underwater noise before examining environmental regulations, Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs), guidelines, emerging studies and technologies in marine acoustics and sonar.
Led by research experts at the top of their field, delegates will discover the latest developments in marine sonar and acoustics.








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