For the first time, scientists recently retrieved a hydrophone from the deepest part of the global ocean, the Challenger Deep trough of the Mariana Trench near Micronesia. The source level is high enough to be recorded throughout the Pacific. How are sounds viewed and analyzed? Although the task was complex, the results were clearly worth the effort.
The Deepest Part Of The Ocean Is Still A Noisy Place
Meet the Bloop, the mysterious sound from the bottom of the Pacific Ocean
How is sound used to measure the upper ocean? The A. Love Tech Times? It should be pointed out now that the NOAA has checked with the Navy and other groups to rule out human-made sources in this and the rest of these cases. What sounds can people hear?
While sound moves at a much faster speed in the water than in air , the distance that sound waves travel is primarily dependant upon ocean temperature and pressure. When you listen to the abyss , the abyss listens back to you. Thomas of the U. Pacific Marine Environment Laboratory.