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Enter ASL’s 2020 Early Career Scientist Contest

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ASL‘s 2020 Early Career Scientist Contest is now open. The goal of this program is to support the oceanographic and limnological research community by lending, free of charge, a calibrated battery-powered Acoustic Zooplankton Fish Profiler (AZFP) (either 125/200/455/769-kHz or 38/125/200/455-kHz configuration), plus mooring cage and battery fora three-month maximum deployment period, along with the support from ASL’s team of experts.

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Two Winners Chosen for ASL Early-Career Scientist Award

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ASL Environmental Sciences has chosen Dr. Laura Hobbs and Dr. Roland Proud as the winners of the fourth annual Acoustic Zooplankton Fish Profiler (AZFP) early-career scientist award contest. They are both Scotland-based marine ecologists, specializing in bioacoustics. Hobbs is associated with the Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS) and the University of Strathclyde, and Proud is with the University of St. Andrews. Together, they plan

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ASL Hires New Acoustics Scientist to Manage Zooplankton Fish Profiler

ASL appointed Dr. Steve Pearce to the position of acoustics scientist. Pearce brings more than a decade of experience in underwater acoustics R&D to the ASL team. He earned his Ph.D. at Simon Fraser University in 2014, where his studies focused on sidescan sonar signal processing to suppress multipath interference in the context of a multi-angle swath bathymetry array. The

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