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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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Marine Environmental Research

Behavioural reactions of bowhead whales to seven 30–40 min underwater playbacks of recorded drillship and dredge noise were determined in 1982–1984. Some (but not all) bowheads...
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Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences

The diving behaviour of seven free-ranging harbour porpoises (Phocoena phocoena) was examined using time–depth recorders. In total, 8167 individual dives were recorded over 254 h. The...
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Open Access Peer Reviewed Publication

COWRIE

Studies on the effects of offshore wind farm construction on marine life have so far focused on behavioural reactions in porpoises and seals. The effects on...
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Open Access Studies supported by the SML JIP

JIP Sound and Marine Life

The majority of research on how sound in the ocean affects marine mammals has focused on short-term behavioural responses. However, there is a general lack of...
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Open Access Peer Reviewed Publication

Methods in Ecology and Evolution

1. Anthropogenic disturbance is of increasing concern for wildlife populations, necessitating the development of models that link behavioural changes at the individual level with biologically meaningful...
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Marine Mammal Science

Humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) undertake one of the longest migrations of any animal and while on a broad-scale this journey appears direct, on a fine-scale, behaviors...
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Marine Mammal Science

Multiple platform approaches for measuring the behavior of marine mammals may strengthen data quality and quantity. However, if this approach is chosen, reconciliation of behavioral measures...
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Open Access Peer Reviewed Publication

Scientific Reports

Beaked whales are hypothesized to be particularly sensitive to anthropogenic noise, based on previous strandings and limited experimental and observational data. However, few species have been...
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Royal Society Open Science

Noise from human activities is known to impact organisms in a variety of taxa, but most experimental studies on the behavioural effects of noise have focused...
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