Peer Reviewed Publication
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
Because sound is so important to fishes, knowledge of their hearing capabilities is imperative for determining whether human activities, particularly in terms of noise pollution, have an impact on hearing and thus on fish behavior. It is important, therefore, to determine those levels of different sounds that particular species are able to respond to, and those levels that they cannot detect, in order to evaluate the significance of different sounds to fishes and to determine the distances over which sounds can be detected.
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