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Why lockdown silence was golden for science
by Philip Ball
The Guardian Translate This Article
20 June 2020
On 20 June 2020 The Guardian reported:
From acoustic engineers in Britain to marine biologists in Canada, researchers made the most of the drastic drop in noise from human activity. The enforced experiment in which human activity was brought almost to a standstill created an opportunity to conduct studies that are normally impossible, in topics ranging from acoustics to atmospheric science to ecology.
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