Anthropogenic sound and marine mammal health: measures of the nervous and immune systems before and after intense sound exposure
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
Anthropogenic sound is a potential stressor for marine mammals that may affect health, as has been demonstrated in other mammals. Therefore, we have initiated investigations on...
Journal of International Wildlife Law and Policy
The ocean is becoming an increasingly noisy environment. With a rise in com-mercial shipping, resource extraction activities, and military-related activities,the underwater ocean environment is a virtual...
A Summary of Existing and Future Potential Treatments for Reducing Underwater Sounds from Oil and Gas Industry Activities
This paper summarizes the efforts undertaken by the author to identify existing and future potential methods to reduce underwater sound levels created by nearly all oil...
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...
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology
As concerns about the effects of underwater anthropogenic noises on the auditory function of organisms increases, it is imperative to assess if all organisms are equally...
Marine Mammal Noise Exposure Criteria: Updated Scientific Recommendations for Residual Hearing Effects
This article evaluates Southall et al. (2007) in light of subsequent scientific findings and proposes revised noise exposure criteria to predict the onset of auditory effects...
Mapping shipping noise in the Pelagos Sanctuary (French part) through acoustic modelling to assess potential impacts on marine mammals
Scientific Report of Port-Cros National Park
Anthropogenic underwater noise is widely recognised as a stressor for cetaceans, but current knowledge gaps hinder the efforts to assess and manage acoustic impacts in the...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences
Mid-frequency military (1–10 kHz) sonars have been associated with lethal mass strandings of deep-diving toothed whales, but the effects on endangered baleen whale species are virtually...
Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management
For dredge operations, a risk-based approach has been proposed for identifying, assessing, and managing risks of low-frequency underwater sounds produced from anthropogenic activities; however, specific details...
Marine Pollution Bulletin
Measurements of underwater noise radiated under ship normal operations are presented. The acoustic data, from the cabled ocean observatory, are analyzed under each identified ship passage,...