Contributor biographical information for One square inch of silence : one man's search for natural silence in a noisy world / Gordon Hempton and John Grossmann.

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Gordon Hempton is an acoustic ecologist and Emmy Award-winning sound recordist. His work has been recognized by the Charles A. Lindbergh Fund, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Rolex Awards for Enterprise. His sound portraits have been featured in People magazine; in a national PBS television documentary, "Vanishing Dawn Chorus," which earned him an Emmy Award for "Outstanding Individual Achievement"; and in his new audio series, "Environmental Sound Portraits." He lives in Port Angeles, Washington.

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Hempton, Gordon -- Anecdotes.
Ecologists -- United States -- Anecdotes.
Nature sounds -- Recording and reproducing.