If this month's "Commotion in the Ocean" perked up your ears, you'll love Discovery of Sound in the Sea! DOSITS is an online archive of underwater sounds, where you can listen to noises made by marine animals, humans, and natural phenomena like lightning and earthquakes. You'll find everything from a torpedo launch to a rainstorm to a whistling beluga whale. (To hear a sound, select it from the list on the bottom of the screen, then click the spectogram to the left of the picture that comes up.)
DOSITS's amazingness doesn't stop there, though. Its Technology Gallery will show you which high-tech gadgets to use when investigating the ocean. You can also find interviews with scientists who study how marine animals make and hear sounds. Learn how to use sound to track ocean currents, identify potential obstacles, and figure out where fish live! Future audiologists, what more do you need?