Sound production and associated behaviours of benthic invertebrates from a coastal habitat in the north-east Atlantic

@article{Coquereau2016SoundPA,
  title={Sound production and associated behaviours of benthic invertebrates from a coastal habitat in the north-east Atlantic},
  author={Laura Coquereau and Jacques Grall and Laurent Chauvaud and C{\'e}dric Gervaise and Jacques Clavier and Aur{\'e}lie Jolivet and Lucia di Iorio},
  journal={Marine Biology},
  year={2016},
  volume={163},
  pages={1-13}
}
Abstract Maerl beds are among the most endangered habitats in coastal temperate waters and a priority for conservation. Passive acoustics is a potential non-intrusive approach for surveying this fragile ecosystem with minor disturbances. Invertebrate sounds can be major contributors to natural coastal soundscapes but are not well studied. We conducted controlled tank-based experiments to identify sound-producing invertebrates inhabiting north-east Atlantic maerl beds and to characterise their… CONTINUE READING
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