State of acoustics in Nova Scotia
Keywords:Engineering research, Professional aspects, Societies and institutions, Acoustics research
AbstractThe current level of activity in acoustics research in the province of Nova Scotia is briefly reviewed, including a discussion of per capita concentration of professional membership. This paper is an adaptation of an invited talk presented to the 1996 Annual General Meeting of the Institute of Acoustics of Atlantic Canada, held at the Bedford Institute of Oceanography, 1996/05/31.
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