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Echo - Wikipedia

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In audio signal processing and acoustics, echo is a reflection of sound that arrives at the listener with a delay after the direct sound. The delay is proportional to ...

ECHO, Leahy Center for Lake Champlain

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Celebrations, Weddings, & Conferences. ECHO NEWS ... Wednesday, 1/25 Science and Stories: Belugas in the Basin. Friday, 3/24 Leahy Center Environmental ...

What Is An Echo | Reflection Of Sound Waves | DK Find Out

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Improve your knowledge on what an echo is and find out more about sound with DK Find Out for kids. ... Science. AW 187527 OUTERPLANETS PeterBull 2 ...

Echo | Define Echo at Dictionary.com

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Echo definition, a repetition of sound produced by the reflection of sound waves from a wall, mountain, or other ... The American Heritage® Science Dictionary

Echoes, Sound, Science, Science Tutoring | Tutorvista.com

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As a result of reflection of sound wave from a large obstacle, the sound is heard which is named as an echo. Ordinarily echo is not heard as the reflected sound ...

Behind the science: How echo-location works | The Independent

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Jun 3, 2011 ... To use echo-location efficiently it takes many hours of practice and a huge amount of determination but in the space of just half an hour ...

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Apr 23, 2007 ... The Science Behind the Echo. jdodom87 ... Project Iko Science - What is an echo ? - Duration: 3:39. ... World Science Festival 3,914 views. 4:44.

What is an Echo? - GCSE Science

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Echo and Reverberation - Reflected Sound Waves.

Echo - How Radar Works | HowStuffWorks - Science

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Echo - Echoes and Doppler shift are two effects that are key to understanding radar. Learn about echoes, Doppler shift and sonic booms.

Reflection: Echo vs. Reverberation - The Physics Classroom

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If you have ever been inside of a large canyon, you have likely observed an echo resulting from the reflection of sound waves off the canyon walls. Suppose you ...