Leah Barclay | Ocean Listening
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Ocean Listening

Ocean Listening is an interdisciplinary research project that explores the creative possibilities of marine bioacoustics and the potential for sound as a tool for engagement and awareness around ocean health. The project sits within a portfolio of acoustic ecology research led by Leah Barclay at the Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre at Griffith University in Australia.

Launched in 2016, Ocean Listening is working with communities in Australia, Mexico and Canada to further understanding of marine bioacoustics and has a particular focus on bringing attention to the environmental degradation of the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland, Australia.

This page will be updated with audio-visual documentation after the initial phase of the project in 2016. Please visit Biosphere Soundscapes for further information on participating in residencies, labs and research collaborations.