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Mote Marine Laboratory

Of all of the anthropogenic noise sources in the marine environment, construction and demolition noise and their effects have received perhaps the least attention, and yet...
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Open Access Journal Article

Ocena and Coastal Law Journal

Transboundary pollution law poses the challenge of addressing environmental problems irrespective of boundaries in an international legal system that values, above all, territorial sovereignty of individual...
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Open Access Journal Article

International Journal of Comparative Psychology

Sound in the oceans is generated by a variety of natural sources, such as breaking waves, rain, and marine animals, as well as a variety of...
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Open Access Report

Publications, Agencies and Staff of the U.S. Department of Commerce

Western gray whales (Eschrichtius robustus) aggregate off the northeastern coast of Sakhalin Island, Russia during summer-autumn to feed on benthic and near-benthic prey. During summer 2001,...
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Open Access Peer Reviewed Publication

A highly unusual event involving the long-term displacement and mass stranding of approximately 100 melon-headed whales (Peponocephala electra) occurred in May-June 2008 in the Loza Lagoon...
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Open Access Report

T-construction

1. Gemini offshore windfarm is located 55 km north of the island of Schiermonnikoog. The construction works for the 150 wind turbines and electrical infrastructure were...
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Open Access Journal Article

The Leading Edge

This article summarizes salient points one must know about seismic air-gun arrays to discuss seriously how they might affect marine life. It is by no means...
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Open Access Report

Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command Systems Centre Pacific

Sounds produced from naval activities can be divided into seven categories: (1) Sonars and other active acoustic sources; (2) Explosive detonations; (3) Ship noise; (4) Aircrafts...
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Open Access Peer Reviewed Publication

Royal Society open SACence

Oceanic fronts are key habitats for a diverse range of marine predators, yet how they influence fine-scale foraging behaviour is poorly understood. Here, we investigated the...
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Open Access Report

SCAR ad hoc group on marine acoustic technology and the environment

Equipment using sound waves to investigate the sea bed and the water column are essential to the understanding of the Antarctic marine environment. At the same...
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