A New Guide for Better Technical Presentations: Applying by Robert M. Woelfle

By Robert M. Woelfle

Offering the newest concepts in a single easy-to-use resource, this useful advisor supplies readers the heritage they should make hugely refined technical presentations--written, oral, even special effects. It covers the fundamental constituents for all powerful displays, together with the best way to decrease training expense and time, how one can determine forms and caliber of visible aids, and masses extra.

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1, confidence in the validity of audiograms for many species is limited because of the poor acoustic conditions surrounding the experiments, uncertainties as to whether particle motion or pressure is the relevant sound dimension, and the methodologies applied to determine thresholds. One of the (many) problems with the dBht concept is that while a large proportion of fish species are primarily detecting particle motion, the audiograms used by Nedwell et al. (2007) to determine dBht (Species) levels are expressed in terms of sound pressure and are not appropriate for these species.

2 Sea Turtles As discussed in Chap. 3, the ear of sea turtles appears to be adapted to detect sound in water. The retention of air in the middle ear of these sea turtles suggests that they are able to detect sound pressure. 3 Larval Fish While few data are available on larval fishes, those species studied appear to have hearing frequency ranges similar to those of adults (Higgs et al. 2002; Egner and Mann 2005; Zeddies and Fay 2005; Wright et al. 2011), and similar acoustic startle thresholds (Zeddies and Fay 2005).

Popper and Clarke 1976; Scholik and Yan 2001,2002a, b; Amoser and Ladich, 2003; Smith et al. 2004a, b, 2006, 2011; Popper et al. 2005, 2007). While experiencing TTS, fishes may have a decrease in fitness in terms of communication, detecting predators or prey, and/or assessing their environment. , See Chap. 4 on Masking). However, the consequences of masking for fishes and sea turtles have not been fully examined. It is likely that increments in background sound within the hearing bandwidth of fishes and sea turtles may render the weakest sounds undetectable, render some sounds less detectable, and reduce the distance at which sound sources can be detected.

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