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Upcoming DOSITS webinars on marine fishes and underwater sound

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Subject: Upcoming DOSITS webinars on marine fishes and underwater sound
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Date: Thu, 4 Oct 2018 21:18:04 +0000
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In continuation of the free 2018 webinar series for the international decision-making community, the Discovery of Sound in the Sea (DOSITS) Project is pleased to announce the final two webinars in this four-part series. The next two webinars will focus on topics related to marine fishes. Each webinar will take place at 12:00 pm ET and be comprised of one, focused presentation, followed by an extended period of facilitated discussion.

  • Tuesday, November 13, 2018: Sound Production and Reception in Teleost Fishes (Dr. Craig Radford)

  • Tuesday, November 27, 2018: Potential Effects of Sound on Marine Fishes (Dr. Arthur Popper)

Prior to each webinar, an outline of the webinar with links to background content on the DOSITS website will be made available. Participants are encouraged to review these outlines before the webinars. All webinars, and their associated resources, will be archived on the DOSITS website (Webinar Series for Regulators of Underwater Sound). 

Interested individuals must register in advance for each webinar.  To register, please go here.  
Please note, alternate registration methods are available upon request. See the contact information at the bottom of this mail.

To learn more about this webinar series or to view previous webinars, please visit the DOSITS webpage, Webinar Series for Regulators of Underwater Sound.  Associated webinars that were conducted in 2015 and 2016, and their resources, and have been archived here.

Questions?  Please contact Holly Morin
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