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updated images of the coastal oil spill: http://www.zki.dlr.de/applications/2006/lebanon/lebanon_2006_modis_en.html
updated images of the coastal oil spill: http://www.zki.dlr.de/applications/2006/lebanon/lebanon_2006_modis_en.html
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Google Maps layered view of the spill over time:  
Google Maps layered view of the spill over time:  
http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&q=http://almashriq.hiof.no/lebanon/300/350/355/july-war/Jiyyeh_oil_spill.kmz&ie=UTF8&t=h&om=1
http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&q=http://almashriq.hiof.no/lebanon/300/350/355/july-war/Jiyyeh_oil_spill.kmz&ie=UTF8&t=h&om=1
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Sonification methods:
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Since the oil dissemenated  in a generally northern direction, image scans were done from south to north (by flipping the image).
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In addition to Woon Seung Yeo's raster scan synthesis ( http://ccrma.stanford.edu/~woony/works/raster ) which provided the following basic sound source materials:
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<Examples>
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The dimensions and shape of the spill shown in each sattelite image is represented in the following ways:
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The width of the spill at each sampled location is sonified by varying the filter bandwidth (measured south to north each 25 pixels)

Revision as of 09:49, 28 October 2006

Jiyeh (2006) Jonathan Berger

Jiyeh is a small coastal town in Lebanon built upon the ancient city of Porphyreon, which is said to be the place where a giant fish delivered Jonah to the shore.

On July 14th 2006 a coastal power station in Jiyeh was attacked in an Israeli air strike causing over 20,000 tons of oil to spill into the Mediterranean Sea. Although there has been relatively little information regarding the ecological impact of this maassive spill a series of sattelite photos show the dispersion pattern of the oil. These patterns appear as Baroque-like ornaments that distort the contour of the Lebanese coast line. The music represents the evolution of these patterns and providing an auditory display of the enormity of this disaster.

bio

Jonathan Berger is a composer and researcher. Berger's research includes developing methods and tools for effective auditory display of complex data. His recent recording of chamber music for strings will be released this Spring by Naxos recordings on their American Masters series.


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http://www.zki.dlr.de/applications/2006/lebanon/lebanon_2006_en.html

updated images of the coastal oil spill: http://www.zki.dlr.de/applications/2006/lebanon/lebanon_2006_modis_en.html


Google Maps layered view of the spill over time:

http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&q=http://almashriq.hiof.no/lebanon/300/350/355/july-war/Jiyyeh_oil_spill.kmz&ie=UTF8&t=h&om=1


Sonification methods:

Since the oil dissemenated in a generally northern direction, image scans were done from south to north (by flipping the image). In addition to Woon Seung Yeo's raster scan synthesis ( http://ccrma.stanford.edu/~woony/works/raster ) which provided the following basic sound source materials:

<Examples>

The dimensions and shape of the spill shown in each sattelite image is represented in the following ways: The width of the spill at each sampled location is sonified by varying the filter bandwidth (measured south to north each 25 pixels)

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