Fin whales sing at frequencies that overlap with those of underwater earthquakes.  This has led seismologists to develop techniques to remove the “noise” from the “signal”, to better understand earthquakes.  But scientists from the College of the Environment have switched these definitions, and at last week’s AGU conference they presented extensive tracking data that detail times, locations, and even groupings of fin whales around the Juan de Fuca Ridge.  Read more here; ESS’ William Wilcox and Oceanography’s Dax Soule’ and Kate Stafford are mentioned.