Tuesday, October 14, 2008
Scientists Study Sound in Rocky Mountain National Park
The National Park Service is studying sound collected in Rocky Mountain National Park to see if the park's transportation plan is working. Rocky is one of several parks nationwide reviewing what visitors - and animals - hear within park boundaries. Dan Meyers talks with Kurt Fristrup of the National Park Service's Natural Sounds Program.
Photos courtesy Rocky Mountain National Park.
Rocky Mountain National Park - Moraine Park.
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