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Quantifying fish response to acoustic bubbles in fresh and saline water: the pathway to effective "Scarefish" technology

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Lead researcher

Professor Paul Kemp

Professor of Ecological Engineering

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Professor Paul White

Professor of Statistical Signal Processi

Research interests

  • Paul has research interests which include signal processing, underwater acoustics and bioacoustics (the way animals, especially marine mammals, use sound). He is primarily concerned with developing tools to assist in the computer-aided analysis of underwater sounds and understanding the role of those sounds in the marine environment.
  • Acoustics, in the form of sonar, is an important tool for the exploration of the marine environment. It is used by the seismic industry to locate oil and gas reserves, by the military to detect objects, by oceanographers to make measurements and by marine mammals to survive.

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