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|Contributions||Tavolga, William N., 1922-, American Museum of Natural History. Lerner Marine Laboratory, Bimini Islands, American Museum of Natural History., United States. Office of Naval Research.|
|LC Classifications||QL765 S93 1963A|
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|Number of Pages||413|
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The goal of the SeaBASS (Marine BioAcoustics Summer School) was to provide the opportunity for graduate students interested in pursuing careers in marine bioacoustics to develop a strong. Michael Stocker, Executive Director Michael Stocker is an acoustician and naturalist by trade and a musician by avocation, he has written and spoken about marine bio-acoustics and the impacts ocean noise pollution on marine life sincepresenting in national and regional hearings, national and international television, radio and news publications, and museums, schools, and.
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