Fwd: Reminder: Upcoming DOSITS webinars on marine mammals and underwater
Fwd: Reminder: Upcoming DOSITS webinars on marine mammals and underwater sound
Holly Morin <>
Mon, 16 Apr 2018 20:55:06 +0000
***apologies for cross postings***
There is still still time to register for the upcoming marine mammals/underwater acoustics webinars, which are part of the Discovery of
Sound in the Sea (DOSITS) four-part webinar series.
Each webinar will last approximately 60 minutes and be comprised of one, focused presentation, followed by an extended period of facilitated discussion.
The first two webinars of this four-part series will focus on topics related to marine mammals. Subsequent webinars will
take place in fall 2018 and focus on fishes.
Interested individuals must register in advance for each webinar.
- Dr. Darlene Ketten will provide a review of sound reception in marine mammals on Tuesday,
April 24, 2018, at 12:00pm ET
- Dr. Brandon Southall will provide a review of the potential effects of sound on marine mammals on Tuesday, May 1, 2018, at 12:00pm ET
To register please visit: http://eepurl.com/do0eqH
to each webinar, an outline of the webinar with links to background content on DOSITS will be made available.
Participants are encouraged to review these outlines before the webinars. Outlines will be available on the DOSITS site shortly.
To learn more about this webinar
series or other upcoming webinar
speakers, please visit the DOSITS webpage, Webinar Series
for Regulators of Underwater Sound
. Associated webinars
and their resources were conducted in 2015 and 2016 webinars and
have been archived here.
Questions? Please contact Holly Morin at
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