acoustic survey

acoustic survey

[ə′küs·tik ′sər‚vā]
(petroleum engineering)
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The researchers' best estimate is that there were nine animals remaining at the end of the last acoustic survey in August 2018.
The program was created to employ both visual and acoustic data collection over a three-year period via monthly aerial surveys and a year-round passive acoustic survey. Data is being collected on six priority large whale species: fin, blue, sperm, sei, humpback, and North Atlantic right whale.
Many hotels the world over - some in much more noisy locations than the Ouseburn - are sealed, air-conditioned and acoustically isolated from their surroundings." Mr Miller said that the firm had carried out a detailed "acoustic survey", to gauge what noise levels will be at any location around the new building.
Mr Miller said that the firm had carried out a detailed "acoustic survey" of the area confirming what the noise levels will be at any location around the new building.
An assessment of the acoustic survey technique, RoxAnn, as a means of mapping seabed habitat.
From the late 1960's to the early 1980's, humpback whale research was primarily based upon aerial and shipboard visual line-transect and acoustic survey methods.
2010: Distribution patterns of fish biomass by acoustic survey in three Tunisian man-made lakes.
Two common techniques for acoustic survey implementation are stationary and mobile surveys.
We're delighted that Sonardyne has been able to help them take the next step in acoustic survey positioning technologies.”
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