|Subject:||DOSITS Webinar, Fundamentals of Underwater Sound: archive available|
|From:||Holly Morin <>|
|Date:||Fri, 19 Jun 2020 19:40:24 +0000|
**apologies for cross-postings**
On June 2, 2020, the Discovery of Sound in the Sea (DOSITS) project kicked off its 2020 Underwater Sound Webinar Series. Dr. Tracianne Neilsen (Brigham and Young University) led an informative presentation on the fundamentals of underwater sound. An archive of this webinar, as well as a pdf copy of her presentation, and a presentation outline with associated DOSITS links, are all available online.
Individuals who watch archived DOSITS webinars are still eligible to receive the certificate of professional development associated with the 2020 DOSITS Webinar Series. However, those individuals who will watch the archived webinars and are interested in the certificate of professional development must follow this link first: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GMZ3WWP.
The next webinar in the DOSITS 2020 series is currently scheduled for July 23, 2020, at 12pm ET. This webinar, led by Jolie Harrison (NMFS Office of Protected Resources) will cover the NMFS regulatory approach to underwater noise. Individuals interested in this webinar must register in advance. Please note, if you registered for the first DOSITS webinar, you are registered for all webinars in the 2020 series. To register for the 2020 DOSITS webinar series, please visit: https://dosits.org/decision-makers/webinar-series/2020-webinar-series/.
Questions? Please contact Holly Morin
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