acoustic environment

środowisko akustyczne

English-Polish dictionary for engineers. 2013.

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  • Acoustic ecology — Acoustic ecology, Sometimes called soundscape ecology, is the relationship, mediated through sound, between living beings and their environment. Acoustic ecology studies started in the late 1960s with R. Murray Schafer and his team at Simon… …   Wikipedia

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  • acoustic ecology — (uh.KOO.stik i.KAWL.uh.jee) n. The study of the relationship between living organisms and their sonic environment. acoustic ecological adj. Example Citations: More than a defensive tactic to fight noise pollution or block out sound, acoustic… …   New words

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  • Acoustic mine — An acoustic mine is a type of naval mine which monitors audio activity in its vicinity. Depending on its design, it will either actively send out audio pulses, not unlike a sonar, listening to the speed at which the echo returns to it or… …   Wikipedia

  • acoustic ecology — /əkustɪk əˈkɒlədʒi/ (say uhkoohstik uh koluhjee) noun 1. the study that analyses the effect that sound, both natural and artificial, has on people in a particular environment. 2. the sounds associated with a particular environment …   Australian English dictionary

  • acoustic privacy — /əˌkustɪk ˈpraɪvəsi/ (say uh.koohstik pruyvuhsee) noun privacy which is characterised by an absence of unwanted noise intruding into one s environment …   Australian English dictionary

  • Noise (acoustic) — Acoustic noise is any sound in the acoustic domain, either deliberate (music, speech, etc.) or unintended. It is important to recognise that the term noise is also used to refer to other, non audible forms, especially in electronics and in the… …   Wikipedia

  • Ocean acoustic tomography — The western North Atlantic showing the locations of two experiments that employed ocean acoustic tomography. AMODE, the Acoustic Mid Ocean Dynamics Experiment (1990 1), was designed to study ocean dynamics in an area away from the Gulf Stream,… …   Wikipedia

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