Class 051 home: fall 2005

Research theme: Acoustic exploration of orcas and their environment
Dates: August 21 to October 30, 2005 (10 weeks)


Sound archive | Movie archive

PugetSoundscape (interactive Google map of underwater sounds) HTML version (10/29/05) | local Flash version (11/29/05)


Celia Barroso Killer Whale Vocal Response to Vessel Traffic
Paper | Presentation | Blogbook
Brett Becker Mapping the Southern Residents’ Acoustic Habitat
Paper | Presentation | Blogbook
Laura Christoferson Diurnal Acoustic Activity of Southern Resident Killer Whales in the Salish Sea
Paper | Presentation | Blogbook
Courtney Kneipp Killer Whale Calf Vocalization Development: Understanding Cultural Transmission Through Acoustics
Paper | Presentation | Blogbook
Nicole Lee Correlation between vocalization and breaching
Paper | Presentation | Blogbook
Wilfredo Santiago Echolocation and strategy used by Southern Resident Killer Whales (Orcinus orca) during foraging
Paper | Presentation | Blogbook

Visiting scientists:
Rachael Griffin’s blogbook
Rachael’s photos I: Students aboard M3 vessel with Rachael
Rachael’s photos II: Rachael sails with Beam Reach for 1 week


Dr. Val Veirs Bio | Blogbook
Cpt. Todd Shuster Bio | Blogbook
Dr. Scott Veirs Bio | Blogbook