Listening To Whales With Sensors Built To Track Subs
The U.S. Navy has found a spin-off use for its hush-hush undersea surveillance system, a huge network of passive listening devices once reserved for detecting enemy submarines. Now, the system is eavesdropping on whales for marine researchers at Cornell University.
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