Sounding the reef: comparative acoustemologies of underwater noise pollution / Pejling af revet: komparativ akustemologi af undersøisk støjforurening

Buttacavoli, Matthew (2020) Sounding the reef: comparative acoustemologies of underwater noise pollution / Pejling af revet: komparativ akustemologi af undersøisk støjforurening. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

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Abstract

Matthew Buttacavoli studied the development and detection of the category of underwater noise pollution in the Great Barrier Reef. He examined the phenomenon using a multi-species ethnographic approach. He found that bodily affordances and species’ boundaries that make sensing underwater noise difficult, can be overcome through technology and skilled practice.

[Extract from Danish abstract] Denne afhandling vælger en etnografisk strategi til at undersøge, hvordan interesserede lyttere forsøger at opfatte og rekonstruere det akustiske havmiljø. Observation og interviews af deltagere sættes sammen med optagelse og kreative metoder for at kortlægge de (ufuldkomne) måder, hvorpå lyttere (herunder forfatteren) forsøger at forstå havskabningers lydverdener. I fokus er de lyttemetoder, der blev udviklet af dykkere, havforskere, akustikere og interesseorganisationer.

Item ID: 67741
Item Type: Thesis (PhD)
Keywords: Great Barrier Reef, underwater noise pollution, multi-species ethnography, sound, anthropogenic noise, listening, transduction
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Copyright Information: Copyright © 2020 Matthew Buttacavoli.
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Also available online: Sounding the Reef: Comparative Acoustemologies of Underwater Noise Pollution—Album. This album collects 13 audio tracks published in Sounding the Reef: Comparative Acoustemologies of Underwater Noise thesis for PhD by Matthew Buttacavoli. These tracks illustrate a variety of underwater acoustic phenomenon or associated data. The tracks consist of seven (7) hydrophone recordings, four (4) monologues, and one (1) sound art piece. Please see Related URLs for access.

Date Deposited: 13 Apr 2021 02:32
FoR Codes: 44 HUMAN SOCIETY > 4401 Anthropology > 440199 Anthropology not elsewhere classified @ 35%
47 LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATION AND CULTURE > 4701 Communication and media studies > 470103 Environmental communication @ 30%
41 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES > 4105 Pollution and contamination > 410502 Noise and wave pollution processes and measurement @ 35%
SEO Codes: 13 CULTURE AND SOCIETY > 1302 Communication > 130299 Communication not elsewhere classified @ 35%
18 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT > 1805 Marine systems and management > 180599 Marine systems and management not elsewhere classified @ 30%
28 EXPANDING KNOWLEDGE > 2801 Expanding knowledge > 280123 Expanding knowledge in human society @ 35%
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