Here are some links to websites with further information on many topics relevant to the LADC-GEMM project.
Sound Libraries and Underwater Sounds
Discovery of Sound in the Sea (DOSITS)
Marine animal sound library; learn about underwater sounds.
British Library of Sound
Nature and human-made sounds.
Acoustic Recording Applications
WildSpectra Mobile Lite
Real-time scrolling spectrogram offering amplitude, power, dB, and octave-bands, plus recording and post-processing-routines.
Create a visual image from surrounding sounds.
Spectral Studio Analyzer
Free real-time audio analyser with 8 kHz spectral bandwidth.
Visualize in real-time the frequencies that you can hear around you and even those you cannot.
Acoustic Recording and Analysis Software
Ishmael (Oregon State University)
Free acoustic recording and analysis software
WildSpectra (UNC at Chapel Hill)
For Macs (Apple)
Gliders (Automated Underwater Vehicles- AUV)
A Primer on Gliders in the Gulf of Mexico
Webinar: Gulf of Mexico Coastal Ocean Observing System (GCOOS)
NOAA National Ocean Service: What is a Glider?
Field demonstration of AUVs and other ocean observing technologies in the northern Gulf of Mexico with afive-day teacher professional development component.
An instructional website for building miniature underwater gliders. Designed for middle and high school students. Perfect STEM project.
The Technology Partners in LADC-GEMM
Proteus Technologies is an innovative, leading-edge software and systems engineering solutions provider.
Design, development and manufacture of underwater acoustic and visual systems for mitigation and measurement.
ASV unmanned marine systems
ASV is a leading manufacturer of Unmanned Marine Systems.
High-quality, leading-edge underwater acoustic products.