Marine mammal noise exposure criteria: Initial scientific recommendations.

@inproceedings{Southall2009MarineMN,
  title={Marine mammal noise exposure criteria: Initial scientific recommendations.},
  author={Brandon L Southall and Ann E. Bowles and William Travis Ellison and James J Finneran and Roger Lee Gentry and Charles R. Greene and David Kastak and Darlene R. Ketten and James Hull Miller and Paul E. Nachtigall and William J. Richardson and Jeanette A. Thomas and Peter L. Tyack},
  year={2009}
}
An expert panel reviewed the expanding literature on marine mammal (cetacean and pinniped) auditory and behavioral responses to sound exposure to develop comprehensive, scientifically based noise exposure criteria [Aquatic Mammals 33(4)]. They used precautionary extrapolation procedures to predict exposure levels above which adverse effects (both physical and behavioral) could be expected. Due to the paucity of data on long‐term exposures, criteria were developed for single exposure events only… CONTINUE READING

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