Providing ecological context to anthropogenic subsea noise: Assessing listening space reductions of marine mammals from tidal energy devices
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews
The deployment of tidal energy arrays is gaining momentum to provide marine renewable energy (MRE) to the global market. However, there are concerns over the potential...
Signal-specific amplitude adjustment to noise in common bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus)
Journal of Experimental Biology
Anthropogenic underwater noise has increased over the past century, raising concern about the impact on cetaceans that rely on sound for communication, navigation and locating prey...
Marine Pollution Bulletin
Underwater noise, whether of natural or anthropogenic origin, has the ability to interfere with the way in which marine mammals receive acoustic signals (i.e., for communication,...
Anthropogenic (man-made) noise has changed the acoustic environment both on land and underwater and is now recognized as a pollutant of international concern. Increasing numbers of...
Royal Society Open Science
Humpback whales rely on acoustic communication to mediate social interactions. The distance to which these social signals propagate from the signaller defines its communication space, and...