A Hydrophone is a passive acoustic sensor that listens for earthquakes, sea creatures, and human-generated noise in the ocean. The Low Frequency Acoustic Receiver (Hydrophone) measures acoustic signal of wind, rain, and seismic t-phases on the seafloor.
(text and images courtesy of Interactive Oceans)
This instrument measures the following data products. Select a data product's name to learn more.
|Low Frequency Acoustic pressure waves||HYDAPLF||DPS|
Instrument Models & Deployed Locations
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Primary Science Discipline
HYDLF on the Data Portal