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In this episode, we visit the Great Barrier Reef to discover the clamorous underwater world of marine life sounds. What can we learn from listening closely to the underwater soundscape? And are there ways we can use sounds to help, rather than harm, the animals in our ocean ecosystems?
Timothy Gordon, University of Exeter
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Hosts: Marcy Trent Long and Stella Chen
Producer: Bonnie Au
Associate producers: Stella Chen, WuYufei
Audio Editor: Avery Choi
Intro/outro music: Alex Mauboussin
Music from Blue Dot Sessions (www.sessions.blue):
True Blue Sky, Palms Down and Basketliner
Soundscape and Video credits:
Degraded reef snapping shrimp sound- credit Tim Gordon, University of Exeter
Layered reef sound - credit Tim Gordon, University of Exeter
Fish sound - unknown from Great Barrier Reef - credit Tim Gordon, University of Exeter
Fish sound - unknown from Indonesia - credit Tim Gordon, University of Exeter
Fish sound - ambon damselfish whooping - credit Eric Parmentier
Fish sound - sergeant major - credit Steve Simpson, University of Exeter
Healthy reef snapping shrimp sound - credit Steve Simpson, University of Exeter
Fish sound - reef croaker - credit Discovery of Sound in the Sea (dosits.org)
Fish sound - clownfish - credit Discovery of Sound in the Sea (dosits.org)
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