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“The listening apparatus consists of four DolphinEar/PRO omni directional hydrophones, which are attached at the corners of a square buoy of size 1.0 x 1.0m, shown in Fig. 3. Sampling frequency was 44100 Hz, signal resolution 16 bits, sample size 2048 samples.”
“Acoustic Sensor Package: The acoustic localization component consists of arrays of commercially available omni-
Several years ago a researcher in the Middle East came to us to ask if our DolphinEar’s could hear bubbles within a shisha pipe -
Bubbles hold many secrets, for example, how much methane is being released from frozen methane hydrates that lie on the sea bottom. Knowing this is important to climate scientists as they try to determine at what point the release of sequestered methane might occur. Our new DE600 wireless-
In the Southern US, DolphinEar is used to monitor manatee vocalisations and boat movements that have caused serious injuries to these slow swimming creatures.
In Canada, arrays of DolphinEar hydrophones are used to study the habitat of various soniferous fish species within small bays and inlets.
And, of course, DolphinEar is widely used in the study of cetaceans around the world. It’s also a favorite of students, university researchers and dedicated hobbyists.
|Typical DE600 Uses|
|Recording Nature's Sounds|
|Boats & Yachts|
|Sports & Fishing|
|Land Based Applications|
|HOME & FAMILY|
|Hemispheric Lightning Detection|
|Humpback Whale Song|
|Boat Leaving Marina|
|Video: The Colour of Sound|
|Dolphin Echo Location|
|Dolphin FAQ #1|
|Dolphin FAQ #2|
|Humpback Whale Songs|