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In physics, sound is a vibration that typically propagates as an audible wave of pressure, through a transmission medium such as a gas, liquid or solid.

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Organizations relating to Sound

International Bureau of the Societies Administering the Rights of Mechanical Recording and Reproduction / Est. 1929
Labour Wireless International / Est. 1930
International Association of Refrigerated Warehouses / Est. 1891
REACT International / Est. 1962
Euro MEDIA Garanties / Est. 1991
Fédération méditerranéenne de la presse, du film et de la radio-télévision
European Centre for Environmental Communication / Est. 1985
International Society of Intraoperative Cardiovascular Ultrasound / Est. 1989
Zebra Information Centre / Est. 1988
European Conference on Underwater Acoustics
International Federation of Trade Unions of Audio-Visual Workers / Est. 1975
International Network for Information on Ventilation and Energy Performance / Est. 2001
International Publishers' Audio-Visual Association
Personal Radio Operators International Federation / Est. 1976
Federation of Iberoamerican Airconditioning and Refrigeration Associations / Est. 2001
Latin American Federation of Societies of Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology / Est. 1983
Radio international - la sérénité
VIDEAZIMUT - Coalition internationale de l'audiovisuel pour le développement et la démocratie / Est. 1990
Catholic Association for Latin American and Caribbean Communication
Association pour le développement européen des productions de l'audiovisuel et du cinéma
International Society of Cardiovascular Ultrasound / Est. 1991
Protocol to the European Convention on the Protection of the Audiovisual Heritage, on the Protection of Television Productions / Est. 2001
International Radio and Electrical Distributors Association / Est. 1970
International Radio Club of America / Est. 1965

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World Problems relating to Sound

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Acoustic neuroma
Noise pollution
Gender abortions
Threatened species of Kinosternon sonoriense
Decadent music
Harmful effects of ultrasonic radiation on the human body
Threatened marine shallow water habitats
Son-less families
Acoustic trauma
Planned weapons
Sonic boom generated by supersonic aircraft

Action Strategies relating to Sound

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Providing artistic criticism
Grasping sounds inventory
Adopting sound grazing practices
Enhancing favourable trading environment
Ensuring efficient and environmental sound urban transportation systems
Elder son
Establishing fundamental financial support
Learning sound finance systems
Developing acoustics
Establishing sound payment schedules
Developing sound recruitment for water resource agencies
Appreciating electroacoustic music
Identifying sustainable technology information gaps
Demonstrating sound environmental management
Improving urban transport
Using ultrasound
Transferring sound investment practices
Encouraging sound energy strategies

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