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Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology

Behavioral reactions of cetaceans to man-made noises are highly variable, ranging from attraction (e.g. bow riding by dolphins) or no response through short-term changes in behaviour...
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The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America

The objective of this study was to determine the levels, characteristics, and range dependence of underwater and in-air sounds produced during the open-water seasons of 2000–2003...
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Mammal Review

1. Since the last thorough review of the effects of anthropogenic noise on cetaceans in 1995, a substantial number of research reports has been published and...
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Aquatic Mammals

Seismic surveys are widely used for exploration for oil and gas deposits below the sea floor. Despite concern they may have an impact on whale behav­iour,...
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Journal of Experimental Biology

The effect of various anthropogenic sources of noise (e.g. sonar, seismic surveys) on the behaviour of marine mammals is sometimes quantified as a dose–response relationship, where...
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The Journal of Experimental Biology

The behavioural response study (BRS) is an experimental design used by field biologists to determine the function and/or behavioural effects of conspecific, heterospecific or anthropogenic stimuli....
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Kelp Marine Research

The goal of this effort is to investigate cetacean social behavioral response to sonar signals. The scientific objectives of this effort are to determine:1)social behavioral responses...
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Marine Fisheries Review

Anthropogenic noise has been identified as a major threat for the recovery of the endangered Cook Inlet beluga, Delphinapterus leucas, population, but little is known about...
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Marine Pollution Bulletin

The behavioural responses of migrating humpback whales to an air gun, a small clustered seismic array and a commercial array were used to develop a dose-response...
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The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America

Concern over the impacts of anthropogenic noise on aquatic fauna is increasing, as is the number of vessels in the world’s oceans, lakes, and rivers. Sound...
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