Studying fish reaction to sound

The 8m oil filled array can be deployed to depths of 100m

The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) has been working with the UK’s marine sensor manufacturer, Chelsea Technologies Group (CTG), to design an acoustic hydrophone array in order to study the impact of human noise on fish and other aquatic organisms.

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