water noise

water noise

[′wȯd·ər ‚nȯiz]
(acoustics)
Underwater acoustic energy resulting primarily from the movement of the water itself.
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Most right whale fatalities are caused by ship strikes, net entanglements, increasing water noise that interferes with their communication, and habitat destruction.
Residents have long complained about the contamination of their air and water noise pollution from explosions as a result of the plant's activities.
In this context, the relatively naturalistic Streams, which uses turbulent water noise as its source, was sensationally multi-dimensional, but theatricality and identifiable structure was common to most items, the sense of development most elegant in Klang, an exploration of earthenware casserole resonances.
Listen - Hearing water noise in walls at night with no water running could also indicate a leak under the home.
I tried to use anything that was lying around the apartment, an old drumhead that happened to be lying in a corner somewhere, a sea salt container, water noise from my pipes -- anything that sounded interesting -- to add to the basic tracks.
This extension puts the inside of the door into greater contact with the water, creating a kind of sound shield that assists in reducing water noise.
The Minimum Monument will make a noise, as microphones will frozen within some of the figures to make a soundscape of ice and water noises.