Intermittent Noise Induces Physiological Stress in a Coastal Marine Fish

  title={Intermittent Noise Induces Physiological Stress in a Coastal Marine Fish},
  author={Tye A. Nichols and Todd W. Anderson and Ana Sirovic and Craig A Radford},
  booktitle={PloS one},
Anthropogenic noise in the ocean has increased substantially in recent decades, and motorized vessels produce what is likely the most common form of underwater noise pollution. Noise has the potential to induce physiological stress in marine fishes, which may have negative ecological consequences. In this study, physiological effects of increased noise (playback of boat noise recorded in the field) on a coastal marine fish (the giant kelpfish, Heterostichus rostratus) were investigated by… CONTINUE READING
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