The timetable above, last updated on June 08, includes 16 structured sessions, 3 regular sessions and theĀ  A B Wood Medal Lecture:

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    Presenter Session EEST, UTC+3 Room Lecture
    Serebryany Andrey 01. Acoustic Monitoring of Ocean Environments and Processes: Biology, Ecology, Geophysics and Man-made activities 15:10-15:30 Room A Internal waves study on shelf of the Black Sea using acoustic tomography method
    Bouffaut Léa 01. Acoustic Monitoring of Ocean Environments and Processes: Biology, Ecology, Geophysics and Man-made activities 15:30-15:50 Room A Soundscapes from the whale: analysis of the ambient sound recorded by acoustic tags deployed on humpback whales in northern Norwegian fjords
    Gomez Bernabe 01. Acoustic Monitoring of Ocean Environments and Processes: Biology, Ecology, Geophysics and Man-made activities 15:50-16:10 Room A Slender fault inverse problem model of acoustic waves
    Binder Carolyn 01. Acoustic Monitoring of Ocean Environments and Processes: Biology, Ecology, Geophysics and Man-made activities 16:10-16:30 Room A Employing Royal Canadian Air Force Sonobuoys for Passive Acoustic Monitoring of Whales
    La Manna Nicholas 01. Acoustic Monitoring of Ocean Environments and Processes: Biology, Ecology, Geophysics and Man-made activities 16:30-16:50 Room A Internal Wave Effects on Synthetic Aperture Sonar Resolution
    Kates Varghese Hilary 01. Acoustic Monitoring of Ocean Environments and Processes: Biology, Ecology, Geophysics and Man-made activities 16:50-17:10 Room A Acoustic Monitoring and Spatial Autocorrelation Statistics for an Assessment of Beaked Whale Spatial Foraging Behavior During Two Deep-Water Mapping Surveys
    Weidner Elizabeth 01. Acoustic Monitoring of Ocean Environments and Processes: Biology, Ecology, Geophysics and Man-made activities 17:20-17:40 Room A Remote estimations of seafloor gas flux using broadband acoustics
    Tripathy Aditi 01. Acoustic Monitoring of Ocean Environments and Processes: Biology, Ecology, Geophysics and Man-made activities 17:40-18:00 Room A The impact of hurricanes on the underwater soundscape along the US Southeast Outer Continental Shelf
    Miksis-Olds Jennifer 01. Acoustic Monitoring of Ocean Environments and Processes: Biology, Ecology, Geophysics and Man-made activities 18:00-18:20 Room A Is there a detectable COVID-19 sound signal in the deep offshore waters of the US Outer Continental Shelf?
    Thomisch Karolin 02. Acoustics in polar environments 13:20-13:40 Room A Vocal behaviour of bowhead whales (Balaena mysticetus) in eastern Fram Strait
    Keers Henk 02. Acoustics in polar environments 13:40-14:00 Room A Efficient Ray-Based Modeling for Underwater Acoustics
    Glowacki Oskar 02. Acoustics in polar environments 14:00-14:20 Room A Studying submarine calving with ambient noise oceanography
    Richard Gaëtan 02. Acoustics in polar environments 14:20-14:40 Room A Impact of shipping noise in an Arctic underwater soundscape (Kongsfjorden Svalbard).
    Lygre Kjetil 02. Acoustics in polar environments 14:40-15:00 Room A Overview of passive acoustic in situ observing systems in the Arctic Ocean using ARCMAP
    Hu Siwei 02. Acoustics in polar environments 15:10-15:30 Room A Using ice-ocean environment from reanalysis into BELLHOP to better understand sound propagation in the Fram Strait
    Persson Leif Kg 02. Acoustics in polar environments 15:30-15:50 Room A Some characteristics of artic hydroacoustic under ice noise
    Geyer Florian 02. Acoustics in polar environments 15:50-16:10 Room A UNDER-ICE: A dataset of underwater passive acoustic recordings from a 2-year mooring deployment in Fram Strait
    Østenstad Petter 02. Acoustics in polar environments 16:10-16:30 Room A Improved representation of the acoustic field in the Arctic using real time assimilation in an operational ocean model
    Storheim Espen 02. Acoustics in polar environments 16:30-16:50 Room A Analysis of signal propagation in the UNDER-ICE experiment
    Real Gaultier 02. Acoustics in polar environments 16:50-17:10 Room A NARVAL2019: Ocean acoustic measurements in the Barents Sea Polar Front.