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In this episode we talk to Tim Gordon about his work studying coral reef bioacoustics, this is a follow-up from the interview we did with Steve Simpson, which you can find here.
About our guest: Tim Gordon
Tim Gordon is currently undertaking a PhD focussing on how human activities impact underwater bioacoustics. Tim’s area of study uses fieldwork as well as laboratory work and computational analysis, to assess the likely effect of noise pollution on marine life, with the aim of determining how they can best be managed.
Tim was recently rewarded for his science communication efforts, by winning the FameLab International prize for 2019, becoming the first UK national champion of the competition since going global.
- Importance of soundscapes for marine animals
- Changes in underwater biological and human sounds
- Uses and types of sound underwater
- Process of reef fish using sound to settle in coral reef habitats
- Effect of noise pollution on fish orientation
Talk: “Helping Nemo find home”
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