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©P ROJECT O CEANOGRAPHY S PRING 2000 ©P ROJECT O CEANOGRAPHY FALL 2000 SOUNDS OF THE SEA Table of Contents Table of Contents pg. 39 How to Use this Packet pg. 41 Florida Standards Curriculum Alignment pg. 42 Sounds of the Sea Acknowledgements pg. 43 Sounds of the Sea Packet Contents pg. 44 Show Host pg. 45 Unit 2. Sounds of the Sea Lesson 1. Introduction to Marine Mammals and Acoustics . pg. 46 What is Sound? pg. 46 Introduction to Basic Acoustics pg. 47 How does Sound Move? pg. 47 Why Study Acoustical Oceanography pg. 49 Introduction to Marine Mammals pg . 50 How Echolocation Works for Marine Mammals pg. 51 Activities Activity 1-1. How Fast does a Wave Travel? pg. 53 Activity 1-2. How do we Hear? pg. 55 Activity 1-3. Sing Ladies and Gentlemen. pg. 56 Student Information Sheet Lesson 1. Introduction to Marine Mammals and Acoustics pg. 57 Lesson 2. Listening and Looking at Sounds Sound Production pg. 60 Diagram 2-1. Dolphin Head pg. 61 Sound Reception pg. 61 Diagram 2-2. Human Ear pg. 62 How do Marine Mammals (and other organisms) use Sound in the Water?
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