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Arctic Sound-Underwater Acoustic Monitoring in Kongsfjorden, Svalbard for bio-glacio-seismo -logical studies (Arctic Sound)

In marine ecosystems, acoustic signals may originate from abiotic (i.e. wind-driven ocean wave, rain, earthquake, ice dissolution/melting, anthropogenic activities) and biotic (marine mammals, fish and crustaceans) sources. To study the noise generated by glaciers for quantification of geo-physical processes, wide band frequency acoustic recorders

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Starts
2014-04-01

Ends
2020-12-31

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Project type

  • field work
  • long-term monitoring

Discipline

  • marine biology
  • cryosphere
  • geology
  • oceanography

Project Keywords

  • oceans / ocean acoustics / ambient noise
  • oceans / marine environment monitoring

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Summary

In marine ecosystems, acoustic signals may originate from abiotic (i.e. wind-driven ocean wave, rain, earthquake, ice dissolution/melting, anthropogenic activities) and biotic (marine mammals, fish and crustaceans) sources. To study the noise generated by glaciers for quantification of geo-physical processes, wide band frequency acoustic recorders will be placed in the Kongsfjorden during the spring-autumn period. Moreover, the biological sound will be also collected and the interacting with the geo-physical and anthropogenic sounds will be evaluated. The most representative acoustic signals collected during the sampling period will be analyzed and each group of events will be described and classified.

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