“AT Collections” In the last issue of Acoustics Today (AT), I introduced a new feature of the magazine and web page called “AT Collections” (available at acousticstoday.org/ATcollections). The goal of “AT Collections” is to bring together articles on specific topics from past issues of AT and make them available to individuals, classes, and organizations interested in learning about acoustics-related topics. Please visit “AT Collections” and see our initial topics.
I look forward to increasing the number of topics covered in “AT Collections” and invite readers to create and curate new Collections pages. That is, if anyone would like a collection for use in a particular course or work use or is just interested in putting together a page on a topic that is of particular interest, drop me an email (email@example.com) and I’ll send you the simple form to list the URLs of the articles you’d like to include. I’ll take it from there.
To view or download the full issue, click the cover image. To read an individual article, click its title.
Communicate Your Science: Engaging Public Audiences with Acoustics – Allison B. Coffin
As the Wind Blows: Turbulent Noise on Outdoor Microphones – Gregory W. Lyons, Carl R. Hart, and Richard Raspet
Can We Use Ultrasound to Monitor and Diagnose Lung Diseases? – Marie Muller and Libertario Demi
Valerian Tatarskii and Acoustic Wave Propagation in Random Media – Vladimir E. Ostashev, D. Keith Wilson,
and John A. Colosi
How Machine Learning Contributes to Solve Acoustical Problems – Marie A. Roch, Peter Gerstoft, Bozena Kostek, and Zoi-Heleni Michalopoulou
A Conversation with ASA Publications Editor in Chief Jim Lynch – James H. Miller, John A. Colosi, Timothy F. Duda, and James F. Lynch
Ask an Acoustician: Lily M. Wang – Lily M. Wang and Micheal L. Dent
The Sound Journey of a Future Acoustician – Brooke Dougherty
Technical Committee Report: Committee on Engineering Acoustics – Michael R. Haberman
Listening to the Voices of Spanish- Speaking Acousticians in the Americas – Zachery O. L’Italien, Fernando del Solar Dorrego, Ana M. Jaramillo, and Mariana Botero
The Discovery of Sound in the Sea Project: Twenty Years of Success in Synthesizing Science for Nonexperts – Gail Scowcroft
Glenis R. Long | 1943–2021