I studied Marine Biology at St Andrews as an undergraduate and my honours dissertation investigated temporal variation in bottlenose dolphin whistles. I went on to completed the MSc in Marine Mammal Science also at St Andrews in August 2023 and focused on a methodological analysis of a program that categories whistle contours, ARTwarp. When I’m not staring at spectrograms, I enjoy crocheting, reading, gardening and adventuring outside.
Delphinid Whistle Repertoires: A comparison method between species
PI and Institution:
Julie Oswald, University of St Andrews
To use delphinid whistle repertoires as comparison method both within and between species.
The objectives of this project are still to be decided, however, they will focus on single-species geographic whistle repertoire comparisons, whistle repertoire comparison between delphinid species, and investigating the impact ocean noise has on whistle repertoires.
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