Animal Bioacoustics

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Animal Bioacoustics

Archives for August, 2015

Back to the lab

Since getting back to Corvallis, the glamour of my research has decidedly declined. However, as you may know, only a small part of bioacoustics research takes place in the field – mostly it takes place in front of a computer. And that’s where I am now. This month I’ve been looking through some recordings from three […]

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Reporting for Duty

I’m going to take a page out of Danielle’s blog/book this week…and talk about thinking. About one year and 3 weeks ago, Danielle touched on the value of taking time to just think. Not day-dreaming just thinking about all of the Patagonia jackets I want to buy, but thinking about my project, my science, what….and […]

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SUBMITTED.

Hello, blog friends! I know I have been absent lately (and I know how much you miss Soundbites, I promise I’ll be bringing them back come fall term…). But I thought I’d check in quickly and report the successful submission of my first-ever academic paper! This is a big deal for me. As someone who came […]

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An Office with a View

The pleasure from working during the summer is certainly underestimated. You can ask any student from our ORCAA Lab to confirm. Michelle currently sleeps next to breathing/breaching humpbacks in Alaska; Samara was surveying on a grandiose NOAA vessel doing the infamous turtle rodeos; Selene is preparing for a Californian whale tagging survey-cutting edge marine mammal […]

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