Monday 8 April 2002
1st session: Passive Listening for fish what has been
Tuesday 9 April 2002
2nd session: Future developments and applications.
3rd session: Acoustic technology
Demonstrations of hardware and software.
Wednesday 10 April 2002
production of summary papers
Day 1 Monday 8 April 2002
April 9 | April 10
8:50 am Opening remarks by
Hawkins, Rountree and Goudey
Session 1: Passive listening for
fishes what has been done
Review of programs that have applied passive acoustics to research
on fish ecology and fisheries issue
of underwater acoustics data in fisheries management for spotted
seatrout, C. nebulosus, in estuaries of South Carolina"
Roumillat* and Brouwer
sciaenid spawning aggregations in anticipation of harbor modifications,
and reactions of spotted sea trout spawners to acoustic disturbance"
Collins*, Callahan, Post, and Avildsen
of sounds and their use in two sciaenid species: weakfish and Atlantic
croaker" Connaughton*, Lunn, Fine and Tayor
and characterization of yellowfin and bluefin tuna using passive
acoustical techniques" Allen and Demer*
competition in the gulf toadfish Opsanus beta: Crepuscular
changes and acoustic tagging" Fine* and Thorson
acoustic transects: Mating calls and spawning ecology in East Florida
1:30-1:50 "The use
of passive acoustics to identify a haddock spawning area"
1:50-2:10 "Using a towed
acoustic array to survey drum spawning sites in the Gulf of Mexico"
2:10-2:30 "Fish courtship
and mating sounds" Lobel*
of passive acoustics to identify essential fish habitats in North
Carolina" Luczkovich* and Sprague
3:10-3:30 "Passive acoustics
field research on Atlantic Cod, Gadus morhua L. in Canada"
Fudge* and Rose
fishes of Massachusetts" Rountree* and Juanes
3:50-4:10 "The mating
behavior of Atlantic Cod (Gadus morhua)s " Rowe*
4:10-4:30 "Is acoustic
calls a premating reproductive barrier between two north-east Atlantic
cod (Gadus morhua) groups? A review" Nordeide* and
2 Tuesday, 9 April 2002 |
April 8 | April
Session 2. Future developments
9:00-9:10 Opening remarks
of passive acoustics applications for coral reef ecology and management"
Brainard, Wong*, Luczkovich, and Sprague
detection and localization of transient signals from marine mammals
using widely spaced bottom mounted hydrophones in open ocean environments)"
Jarvis* and Moretti
sensing with autonomous ocean sampling networks" Schmidt*
a web-based library of underwater biological sounds" Bradbury
11:10-11:30 "Spotted seatrout
spawning requirements & essential fish habitat: a microhabitat
approach using hydrophones" Baltz*
for coupling of underwater TV monitoring with passive acoustics"
Barans and Brouwer*
Session 3. Acoustic technology
Review of current state of the art and future developments for underwater
acoustic technology, underwater video-acoustic recording technology,
analysis techniques and software
species specific contributions to the overall sound level"
Sprague* and Luczkovich
1:30-1:50 "Passive- and
active - acoustical monitoring of marine life using multi-instrumented
buoys" Demer*, Needham, and Conti
of passive acoustic methods for automatic detection, location and
tracking of whales " Clark*
2:10-2:30 "New technologies
for passive acoustic detection of fish sound production"
2:30-2:50 "A remote-controlled
instrument platform for fish behavior studies and sound monitoring"
Totland, Svellingen, and Ovredal*
fish sounds using wavelets" Wood*
3:30-3:50 "Use of ROVs as a platform for passive acoustics:
characterization of ROV noise generation" Rountree, Blue*, and
localization of low frequency broadband sources"
underwater audio-video recording" Lobel*
4:30-6:00 Special Session Demonstratons
of acoustic/video hardware and software
Clark - Pop-up recorders
Canary and Raven software
Hawkins - Avisoft and other software
Mann - hardware, data logger and software
7:00-10:00 Buffet Dinner and Vendor demonstrations
3 Wednesday, 10 April 2002| April
8 | April 9
| Working groups production of summary papers
9:00-11:00 Working group - Biology, Luczkovich - facilitator
11:00-1:00 Working group Technology and software,
Mann - facilitator
2:30-5:30 Working group - Summing up
2:30-3:30 Future development: Technology and software
3:30-4:30 Potential for passive acoustics, possible joint
4:30-5:30 Bringing it all together, closing remarks (Hawkins,
Rountree and Goudey)
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