As many members of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA) know, The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America and other ASA journals have recently adopted new styles and covers. These changes did not include Acoustics Today (AT) because our style is rather different from those of the ASA peer reviewed publications.
However, about six months ago, we decided to try to make the magazine more readable, have it incorporate ASA publication standards (e.g., colors, fonts), and improve the way that the various parts of the magazine tie together. At the same time, we did not want to do anything to alter the content of the magazine or what it contributes to the ASA and its members.
To view or download the full issue, click the cover image. To read an individual article, click its title.
From the Editor – Arthur N. Popper
From the President – Victor Sparrow
The Underwater Sound from Offshore Wind Farms – Jennifer Amaral, Kathleen Vigness-Raposa, James H. Miller, Gopu R. Potty, Arthur Newhall, and Ying-Tsong Lin
Solving Complex Acoustic Problems Using High-Performance Computations – Gregory Bunting, Clark R. Dohrmann, Scott T. Miller, and Timothy F. Walsh
Battlefield Acoustics in the First World War: Artillery Location – Richard Daniel Costley Jr.
The Tuning Fork: An Amazing Acoustics Apparatus – Daniel A. Russell
Speech Acoustics of the World’s Languages – Benjamin V. Tucker and Richard Wright
The Adapted Ears of Big Cats and Golden Moles: Exotic Outcomes of the Evolutionary Radiation of Mammals – Edward J. Walsh and JoAnn McGee
Ask an Acoustician – Subha Maruvada and Micheal L. Dent
JASA-EL to Become an Independent, “Gold-Level,” Open-Access Journal – Charles C. Church
A Perspective on Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics – Kent L. Gee, Megan S. Ballard, and Helen Wall Murray
ASA Books Committee – Mark F. Hamilton
Data, Dinners, and Diapers: Traveling with a Baby to a Scientific Conference – Laura N. Kloepper
Work-Parenting Harmony – Tracianne B. Neilsen and Alison K. Stimpert
Spooked! – Lenny Rudow