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Impacts of anthropogenic noise on marine life : publication patterns, new discoveries, and future directions in research and management
Anthropogenic underwater noise is now recognized as a world-wide problem, and recent studies have shown a broad range of negative effects in a variety of taxa. Underwater noise from shipping is… Expand
Anthropogenic Noise as a Stressor in Animals: A Multidisciplinary Perspective
This paper could not have been written without the financial and organizational support from Dieter Paulmann and Jo Hastie respectively. Thanks are also due to 2 anonymous reviewers, whose comments… Expand
Do Marine Mammals Experience Stress Related to Anthropogenic Noise
This paper could not have been written without the financial and organizational support from Dieter Paulmann and Jo Hastie respectively. Thanks are also due to two anonymous reviewers, whose comments… Expand
A Brief Review of Anthropogenic Sound in the Oceans
Sound in the oceans is generated by a variety of natural sources, such as breaking waves, rain, and marine animals, as well as a variety of human-produced sources, such as ships, sonars and seismic… Expand
Nearshore marine resources of the South Pacific: information for fisheries development and management.
The Australian National Windbreaks Program: overview and summary of results
This overview paper presents a description of the National Windbreaks Program (NWP) — its objectives, the main methods used to achieve these objectives and a summary of the key results. It draws… Expand
Cetacean noise criteria revisited in the light of proposed exposure limits for harbour porpoises.
- J. Tougaard, A. Wright, P. Madsen
- Environmental Science, Medicine
- Marine pollution bulletin
- 15 January 2015
The impact of underwater noise on marine life calls for identification of exposure criteria to inform mitigation. Here we review recent experimental evidence with focus on the high-frequency… Expand
Competitive outreach in the 21st century: Why we need conservation marketing
Abstract Addressing impacts from human activities requires the change of current practices. However, reaching a target audience about conservation issues and influencing their behaviour is not easy… Expand
A systematic review on the behavioural responses of wild marine mammals to noise: the disparity between science and policy
Noise can cause marine mammals to interrupt their feeding, alter their vocalizations, or leave important habitat, among other behavioural responses. The current North American paradigm for regulating… Expand
MARINE NOISE POLLUTION - INCREASING RECOGNITION BUT NEED FOR MORE PRACTICAL ACTION
Over the last two decades, marine noise pollution has become increasingly recognized as an issue of major significance. The issue has become a primary focus of marine mammal research, but is also of… Expand