Marine mammals and the impacts of anthropogenic noise : Considerations for the design of large acoustic behavioural response studies such as BRAHSS

@inproceedings{Noad2016MarineMA,
  title={Marine mammals and the impacts of anthropogenic noise : Considerations for the design of large acoustic behavioural response studies such as BRAHSS},
  author={Michael J. Noad and Rebecca A Dunlop},
  year={2016}
}
Sound travels with greater efficiency in water than does light, which is quickly absorbed and scattered. As a consequence, a wide variety of marine taxa use sound for communication, foraging and generally sensing their environment. Since the 1970s there has been increasing concern about the potential impacts of underwater anthropogenic noise on marine… CONTINUE READING