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Acoustics Australia

Passive acoustic recordings made in Fowlers Bay, South Australia, during the austral winter of 2013–2017 revealed the presence of several sources of underwater sound. Sound sources...
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Applied Acoustics

Ambient noise in ocean is a complex combination of numerous types of natural and anthropogenic noise. The noise is dominant in all frequencies from 1 Hz...
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Marine Pollution Bulletin

Shipping is key to global trade, but is also a dominant source of anthropogenic noise in the ocean. Chronic noise from ships can affect acoustic quality...
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Frontiers in Marine Science

The number of marine watercraft is on the rise—from private boats in coastal areas to commercial ships crossing oceans. A concomitant increase in underwater noise has...
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Frontiers in Marine Science

Commercial shipping is identified as a major source of anthropogenic underwater noise in several ecologically sensitive areas. Any development project likely to increase marine traffic can...
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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...
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The Journal of Experimental Biology

The viviparous sea snakes (Hydrophiinae) are a secondarily aquatic radiation of more than 60 species that possess many phenotypic adaptations to marine life. However, virtually nothing...
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Environmental Pollution

Effective measures for protecting and preserving the marine environment require an understanding of the potential impact of anthropogenic sound on marine life. A crucial component is...
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Whales, seals, fish and man

Specimens of harbour porpoises, Phocoena phocoena, from both strandings and bycatch in fisheries around the United Kingdom between 1985 and 1994 have been examined. Full autopsies...
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The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America

Oceanic ambient noise is a dynamic mixture of biologic, geophysical, and anthropogenic sound sources. A goal of research is to put some order in this cacophony...
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