Latest Infrasound Stories
Scientists from the Naval Research Laboratory at Stennis Space Center, MS, (NRL-SSC) and Washington, DC, recently completed an investigation of the acoustic properties of the deep seafloor in the Gulf of Mexico.
An â€œimmersiveâ€ virtual reality exhibit is letting people experience some of the farthest ranges of the senses that many animals have.
New Scripps study of low-frequency sound from Mount St. Helens and Tungurahua volcanoes provides explanation for how the large-amplitude signals from eruptions are produced.
Researchers have discovered that a frog that lives near noisy springs in central China can tune its ears to different sound frequencies, much like the tuner on a radio can shift from one frequency to another.
A new theory claims that so-called â€œshadow bands,â€ which sometimes pass across the ground during an eclipse, might be produced by sound pulses.
- One of a pair of round metal cymbals attached to the fingers and struck together for rhythm and percussion in belly dancing.