Low energy passive acoustic detection of marine mammals

   School of Engineering

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  Mr J Neasham  Applications accepted all year round  Self-Funded PhD Students Only

About the Project

There is a clear need for technology to detect the presence of marine mammals, especially dolphins, porpoises and whales in order to support marine ecology studies and to mitigate the impact of offshore construction work. This project will investigate computationally efficient acoustic signal/image processing techniques for detecting echo-location clicks and calls (whistles) recorded on hydrophones. The aim of the work is to develop algorithms that may be applied on low cost devices, with real-time wireless communication, that can operate for long periods with limited battery energy.

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