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Scientific Reports

Cetaceans rely critically on sound for navigation, foraging and communication and are therefore potentially affected by increasing noise levels from human activities at sea. Shipping is...
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Aquatic Living Resources

The power of modern research vessels using diesel engines means significant levels of noise may be radiated underwater. At low frequencies a surveying vessel must not...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences

Shipping is the dominant marine anthropogenic noise source in the world’s oceans, yet we know little about vessel encounter rates, exposure levels and behavioural reactions for...
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Ecology and Evolution

The impact of anthropogenic noise on marine fauna is of increasing conservation concern with vessel noise being one of the major contributors. Animals that rely on...
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Scientific Reports

In riverine ‘soundscapes’, complex interactions between sound, substrate type, and depth create difficulties in assessing impacts of anthropogenic noise pollution on freshwater fauna. Underwater noise from...
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PLOS ONE

An increasing number of studies have shown that anthropogenic noise can negatively affect aspects of the anti-predator behaviour of reef fishes, potentially affecting fitness and survival....
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