Long Term Field Recording (LTFR) at the Virginia Coast Reserve Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) Center.

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Long Term Field Recording (LTFR) is a method for ecological sound recording as a part of long term ecological research (LTER) at the Coastal Futures Conservatory and Virginia Coast Reserve (VCR). Three approaches work together to offer a sonic profile of the evolving Virginia coast during these most precipitous times of rapid global warming.   […]

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Waves on Shore Gravel

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Coastal Soundscapes and Oyster Reef Health

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Matthew Reidenbach with co-researchers Martin Volaric and Eli Stine The eastern oyster Crassostrea virginica is a key foundation species on the Virginia coast that forms the basis of complex reef communities. These oyster reefs are important for coastal ecosystem health, as they improve water quality by filtering the water column, as well as provide habitat [...]

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Ocean Waves

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Humpback Whales

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