The 2013 workshop was dedicated to the improvement of detection systems for right whales, both for the analysis of long term archival data sets and for real time mitigation. Right whales remain one of the most endangered great whales on the planet. North Atlantic right whales continue to suffer ship strikes and fishing gear entanglement and it is possible that they will become impacted by the installation of renewable energy devices in the coming years.Visit Site
The 2011 workshop was dedicated to the detection and classification to species of whistles and clicks from small odontocetes.Visit Site
The 2009 workshop was dedicated to the analysis of real-world complex acoustic scenes and the use of context for identifying acoustic components of interest.
The 2007 workshop was dedicated to the detection, classification and localization of beaked whale and other small odontocete sound.
The 2005 workshop was dedicated to the detection and localization of sperm whales.
The 2003 workshop was dedicated to the detection of North Atlantic Right Whale Sounds.