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Fish and Invertebrate Acoustic Projects

The Northeast’s Passive Acoustic Research Program works on various projects which focus on identifying spawning grounds and their season duration, acoustic diversity, and ecology. We also evaluate if and how human-made sound sources alter fish and invertebrate communication and behavior.

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