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SATURN at ICUA 2024

Dr Charlotte Findlay presenting her SATURN project research at this year's ICUA2024 event (Image Credit: Charlotte Findlay)


The SATURN project was well represented at this years International Conference on Underwater Acoustics’ (June 17-20, 2024, Bath, UK) with partners from TSI, Aarhus University, JASCO and Leiden University leading the way! SATURN partners Charlotte Findlay, Roberto Yubero, and Alex MacGillivray (on behalf of Michael Ainslie) participated across three sessions, 'Radiated Noise', 'Radiated Noise From Ships', and the 'Effect of Sound on Marine Life'. Our SATURN partner Michael Ainslie was a member of the local organising committee for the event, while Hans Slabbekoorn attended as a keynote speaker, opening proceedings on the 18th of June, with a talk about animal communication and the environment.


You can download the programme of events here.



SATURN Participant Information

  1. Hans Slabbekoorn (Leiden University) | Keynote Speaker | Acoustic Climate Change: A Fish Perspective on the Anthropocene | June 18th 2024

  2. Charlotte Findlay (Aarhus University) | Oral Presentation | How Loud is Rain Noise Underwater to a Harbour Porpoise? | Session: Effect of Sound on Marine Life | June 18th 2024

  3. Alex MacGillivray (on behalf of Michael Ainslie)  (Aarhus University) | Oral Presentation | Measurement of Source Level in Shallow Water Using an Enhanced Seabed Critical Angle Method | Session: Radiated Noise | June 18th 2024

  4. Charlotte Findlay (Aarhus University) | Oral Presentation | Changes to the Underwater Soundscape Caused By Rerouting a Major Shipping Lane in the Baltic Sea | Session: Radiated Noise From Ships | June 19th 2024

  5. Roberto Yubero (TSI) | Oral Presentation | Supporting Standards to Characterise Vessels' Underwater Radiated Noise. Objective Evaluation Based on the SATURN Project | Session: Radiated Noise From Ships | June 19th 2024

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