HAMMER: a tool to predict the impact of man-made noise on fishes

HAMMER: a tool to predict the impact of man-made noise on fishes.
Bruintjes, R.and Rossington, K. and Jones, D. and Benson, T. and Simpson, S.
In: 4th International Conference on The effects of Noise on Aquatic Life, 10-16 July 2016, Dublin, Ireland. (2016)

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Abstract:Fish and Noise: Why should we care? All fish sense sounds and use natural soundscapes (e.g. for finding food, choosing mates, orientation and predator avoidance). Fish can be impacted by noise (see next box). Fish underpin many marine food webs. Many fish species are commercially important and provide food security for millions of people. Several fish species are protected or are of conservation concern (e.g. salmon and eels). Underwater noise is included in national and international legislation (e.g. EC 2008; DEFRA 2009).
Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Poster)
Subjects:Maritime > General
ID Code:1319
Deposited On:17 Aug 2016 09:09
Last Modified:19 Jan 2017 13:40

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