Submerged

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Summary

Donald Killorn of Eastern Charlotte Waterways visits Submerged to discuss what it is like measuring underwater noise in the Bay of Fundy, Canada.

Show Notes

On this incredible episode of Submerged, host Graeme Stewart-Robertson is joined by guest Donald Killorn of Eastern Charlotte Waterways (ECW) to discuss his team's work measuring and understanding underwater noise in the Bay of Fundy, on Canada's East Coast. From humpback whales to hydrophones, Donald and Graeme talk about what it is like working in challenging marine environments and the incredible sounds recorded along the way.

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What is Submerged?

Host Graeme Stewart-Robertson brings stories from the front-line of environmental research, policy and community action from across Canada and the world by speaking directly to those working on the ground and in the lab. From Climate Change adaptation and environmental justice to fisheries science and water chemistry, hear first-hand how thought-leaders from around the world are affecting change today and into the future.