Listening to Ocean Life
Luczkovich, Joseph J.; Sprague, Mark; Rulifson, Roger
By using a remotely controlled autonomous vehicle ("Blackbeard" the Acoustic Wave Glider), the authors made recordings of sounds produced by striped cusk eels, sea robins, oyster toadfish, weakfish, red drum, spotted seatrout, bottlenose dolphins, and humpback whales in Onslow Bay, North Carolina. The article describes the wave glider, the sound recording system used on the wave glider, and presents data recorded along the track followed by the glider mission in August 2017.
Luczkovich, Joseph J., & Sprague, Mark, & Rulifson, Roger. (May 2019). Listening to Ocean Life. Sea Technology, (16-20. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10342/7495
Luczkovich, Joseph J., and Sprague, Mark, and Rulifson, Roger. "Listening to Ocean Life". Sea Technology. . (16-20.), May 2019. February 16, 2020. http://hdl.handle.net/10342/7495.
Luczkovich, Joseph J. and Sprague, Mark and Rulifson, Roger, "Listening to Ocean Life," Sea Technology May 2019, no. (May 2019), http://hdl.handle.net/10342/7495 (accessed February 16, 2020).
Luczkovich, Joseph J., Sprague, Mark, Rulifson, Roger. Listening to Ocean Life. Sea Technology. May 2019; May 2019() 16-20. http://hdl.handle.net/10342/7495. Accessed February 16, 2020.