The purpose of this workshop will be to gather information about low-cost, self-contained underwater acoustic recording systems that could be deployed more widely worldwide to help achieve the goals of the International Quiet Ocean Experiment (IQOE) and to contribute to measurements related to the Ocean Sound Essential Ocean Variable of the Global Ocean Observing System. The workshop will be held virtually and repeated several times to make participation easier for scientists and equipment developers from around the world.
HydroMoth: testing a prototype low‐cost acoustic recorder for aquatic environments - Lucille Chapuis et al. (Univ. of Exeter)
Real-time and low-cost passive acoustic monitoring – the CORMA experience – Paolo Diviacco et al. (OGS, Italy)
Observations of acoustic fluctuations on the inner cont. shelf in Central Calif. – Kaus Raghukumar (Integral Consulting Inc.)
Low‐cost Ocean Acoustic Obs. based on the AI‐based Framework for Acoustic Sensors (AFAS) – James Theriault et al.