Listen to the earthquake that created the Great Honshu, Japan tsunami! The terrifying sound of 2011 Honshu earthquake was recorded by an underwater hydrophone located near...

The “Upsweep” sound was first recorded by an autonomous array of hydrophones used to catch specific phenomena such as undersea earthquakes, ice cracking, marine...

The “Slow Down” sound was recorded for the first time by the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in May 1997 in the...

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