During the period of September 15 to 23, 2005, JASCO Research conducted a field program to measure underwater ambient noise levels and acoustic transmission loss at selected locations in the St. Lawrence River in the region surrounding Cacouna Energy’s proposed LNG Terminal. An acoustic modeling study was then performed to predict underwater noise levels from selected activities that will occur during the construction and operation of the planned LNG port at Gros Cacouna, Quebec. The results of the acoustic field program and acoustic modeling are presented in this report and are used to assess potential noise impacts on marine mammals from the planned LNG Terminal’s construction and operation.
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