Acoustic Models of Sound Production and Propagation

@inproceedings{Aroyan2000AcousticMO,
  title={Acoustic Models of Sound Production and Propagation},
  author={James L. Aroyan and M. A. Mcdonald and Spain C. Webb and John A. Hildebrand and David Stafford Clark and Jeffrey T Laitman and Joy S Reidenberg},
  year={2000}
}
Acoustic models based on physics and mathematics may yield significant advances in the understanding of sound production, propagation, and interaction associated with whales and dolphins. Models can be used to estimate the limits of intensity and frequency that are physically possible given the anatomy of a species. Models can also tell us what kind of anatomical structures would be necessary in order to produce sound having specific characteristics. Models can be used to clarify what type of… CONTINUE READING

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