[MARMAM] Bioacoustics 2007 - Fourth IOA International Conference on Bio-Acoustics

Peter Dobbins Peter.Dobbins at sea.co.uk
Wed May 17 06:25:00 PDT 2006

Bioacoustics 2007 - Fourth IOA International Conference on Bio-Acoustics

10-12th April 2007
Holywell Park, Loughborough University, UK
If you only get to one conference in 2007 - make this the one!
Bioacoustics2007 will be the fourth in a series organised by the
Institute of Acoustics covering bio-acoustics and bio-sonar.
The purpose of the meeting will be to review the present state of this
rapidly evolving subject area, to report on new developments and to
examine future trends. Equal emphasis will be given to papers dealing
with underwater, land-based and airborne studies, covering work on the
bio-acoustics of cetaceans, bats, insects and birds. Keynote speakers
will include Dorian Houser (Biomimetica) on dolphin sonar, Gareth Jones
(Bristol University) on bat echolocation, Barbara Webb (Edinburgh
University) on insect acoustics and Robert Dooling (University of
Maryland) on bird acoustics. 
Added attractions will be an after-dinner talk by Richard Ranft, head of
technical services at the British Library, illustrated with examples of
bioacoustics recordings from the BL collections, and a bat-walk - on
opportunity to try out some of the bat detectors that manufacturers will
be exhibiting.
Further details and the call for papers are available from the
conference web site: http://bioacoustics2007.lboro.ac.uk
Dr Peter Dobbins PhD CEng FIOA
Senior Consultant - Marine Division
Systems Engineering and Assessment Ltd
PO B0X 800, Fishponds, Bristol. BS16 1SU
Tel:  +44 (0) 1373 852149
Mob: 07949 836503
Fax:  +44 (0) 117 969 1177
peter.dobbins at sea.co.uk 
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