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University of Washington Applied Physics Laboratory

This report reviews the Marsh-Schulkin (M-S), or Colossus, model of acoustic transmission loss in shallow water in light of new information and techniques that have emerged...
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Open Access Peer Reviewed Publication

A highly unusual event involving the long-term displacement and mass stranding of approximately 100 melon-headed whales (Peponocephala electra) occurred in May-June 2008 in the Loza Lagoon...
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The Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life: Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology

Underwater sound recordings were obtained from the Noble Kolskaya jackup gas-exploration drilling rig in the North Sea on the Dogger Bank. The aim was to document...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences

Assessments of the impact of offshore energy developments are constrained because it is not known whether fine-scale behavioural responses to noise lead to broader-scale displacement of...
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Royal Society open SACence

Oceanic fronts are key habitats for a diverse range of marine predators, yet how they influence fine-scale foraging behaviour is poorly understood. Here, we investigated the...
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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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Scientific Reports

Animal migration is ubiquitous in nature with individuals within a population often exhibiting varying movement strategies. The basking shark (Cetorhinus maximus) is the world’s second largest...
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Marine Mammal Science

Numbers, sighting distances, and behavior of seals were studied during a nearshore seismic program off northern Alaska in July-September 1996. We observed from the seismic vessel...
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Marine Pollution Bulletin

Marine renewable developments have raised concerns over impacts of underwater noise on marine species, particularly from pile-driving for wind turbines. Environmental assessments typically use generic sound...
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Journal of the Acoustical Society of America

Safety criteria for underwater sound produced during offshore pile driving are needed to protect marine mammals. A harbor porpoise was exposed to fatiguing noise at 18...
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