Tagged: noise

Coronavirus lockdown reduced seismic activity around the world – new study - COVID-19

Guest Author Jul 24, 2020

Paula Koelemeijer, Royal Holloway and Stephen Hicks, Imperial College London Seismic activity doesn’t just come from earthquakes, volcanoes and landslides. Everyday human activity also gives rise to vibrations that travel through the ground as seismic waves, something we call “anthropogenic noise”. When pandemic lockdown measures brought daily life to a standstill, it didn’t just change life at the surface and … Read More

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