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Threshold Conversations | 4 | Michelle Fournet

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If a whale sings in the ocean, and Michelle Fournet is there to record it, how does it sound?   Find out in this episode of Threshold Conversations.   Michelle Fournet is an acoustic ecologist with the Cornell Bioacoustics Research Program. She studies how marine animals—including humpback whales an
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If a whale sings in the ocean, and Michelle Fournet is there to record it, how does it sound?   Find out in this episode of Threshold Conversations.   Michelle Fournet is an acoustic ecologist with the Cornell Bioacoustics Research Program. She studies how marine animals—including humpback whales and other creatures—use sound to communicate, detect predators and prey, and engage with their environments in an increasingly noisy world. From Glacier Bay National Park in Southeast Alaska to Florida’s Everglades, she’s recorded hours and hours of sound from the underwater world.    Threshold Conversations is an ongoing series featuring interviews with environmental thought leaders on some of the most urgent environmental and social issues today.   Threshold Conversations is supported by the International Women’s Media Foundation’s Howard G. Buffett Fund for Women Journalists, as well as the Park Foundation, the High Stakes Foundation, and our home public radio station, Montana Public Radio, and listeners like you. Learn more about Threshold on our website.
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