|Subject:||Next 2021 DOSITS Webinar: Acoustic Tag Technologies, Marine Mammals and Fishes|
|From:||Holly Morin <>|
|Date:||Thu, 15 Apr 2021 14:58:23 +0000|
**apologies for cross postings**
The first webinar in the 2021 Discovery of Sound in the Sea (DOSITS) series was a great success with nearly 500 participants turning in live from around the globe. Interested individuals can watch the archived video recording of Dr. Sofie Van Parijs' presentation on passive acoustic monitoring systems and also access a PDF version of her presentation. Individuals interested in the certificate of professional development can still complete a post-webinar survey after watching the archived webinar video. Please contact Holly Morin for a survey link if necessary.
The second webinar in the 2021 DOSITS underwater acoustics series will take place on Friday, May 7th at 12pm ET. Dr. Susan Parks and Dr. Jeff Kneebone will be discussing acoustic tag technologies, and their applications for marine mammals and fishes. This free, 60-minute webinar will again be hosted live via Zoom, with a YouTube link also available to registered participants. It will also be recorded and archived to the DOSITS website for later viewing.
Interested individuals must register for the webinar; a registration link is available on the DOSITS 2021 webinar page: https://dosits.org/decision-makers/webinar-series/2021-webinar-series/.
Questions? Please contact Holly Morin
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