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Aaron M. Thode received his Bachelor of Science degree in physics and Mas- ter’s degree in electrical engineering from Stanford University (Stanford, CA), received his PhD in oceanography from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO), University of California, San Diego
(La Jolla), and is currently a research scientist at the SIO. His research incorporates underwater acoustics, acoustical ocean- ography, and marine bioacoustics, for which he has been awarded the A. B. Wood Medal from the Acoustical Society of America and the Medwin Prize from the UK Institute of Acoustics. He has never listened to plants and is a terrible gar- dener but did cosponsor a special session on plant bioacoustics in 2018 at the Acoustical Society of America meeting.
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