Tagged: acoustics

Soundscapes in the past: Adding a new dimension to our archaeological picture of ancient cultures - Guest Work

Guest Author Feb 01, 2018

Kristy E. Primeau, University at Albany, State University of New York and David E. Witt, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article. Picture an archaeological site, what comes to mind? Sandstone walls, standing in the desert heat? Stonehenge, watching over … Read More

NIWA Summer Series – The Sounds of Whales - Field Work

Guest Author Dec 19, 2017

The sounds of whales and dolphins rarely seen in New Zealand waters were recorded by a NIWA scientist in a pioneering underwater sound project. In March the first analysis of work undertaken by NIWA marine ecologist Dr Kim Goetz was revealed following the deployment of seven acoustic moorings in Cook Strait to record the sounds of marine mammals. NIWA … Read More

Weekend Nanotech – Viruses, Light and Microfluidics - Just So Science

Elf Eldridge Jul 17, 2011

Yes, another virus post so soon – but totally worth it! This paper [1] published in Nature Nanotech is an epic example of coupling between several cutting edge technologies to produce something truly incredible that pushes back the boundaries of what we believe is possible. As awesome as that is, it does mean that the details of the experiment are … Read More