An introduction to acoustic ecology

An introduction to acoustic ecology

Dr. Daniel Fink shares a recent Physics Today article that introduces us to acoustic ecology, a field that explores the awareness of sound in response to noise pollution.

Noise pollution impacts many species

Noise pollution impacts many species

Human noise pollution impacts many species, from small insects to giant marine animals. Our noise is ubiquitous and needs to be controlled, as a quieter world is better for all living things.

Real angry birds

Real angry birds

Research shows that birds living near airports are exposed to extreme noise that makes them more aggressive. Not surprising, as studies show noise exacerbates aggression in humans.

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