8 edition of Marine mammal populations and ocean noise found in the catalog.
|Statement||Committee on Characterizing Biologically Significant Marine Mammal Behavior, Ocean Studies Board, Division on Earth and Life Studies, National Research Council of the National Academies.|
|Contributions||National Academies Press (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||QC242.2 .N35 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 126 p. :|
|Number of Pages||126|
|ISBN 10||0309094496, 0309546672|
|LC Control Number||2004118087|
Marine mammal populations and ocean noise, By Jotaro Kujo but this was the closest she’d ever been. He held onto her hands, letting her take wobbly steps towards the ocean he loved so much. She watched as the tide lightly hit her feet, and then she turned, quickly grabbing onto his leg and sinking to the floor, her legs not quite strong. Interest in marine mammals has increased dramatically in the last few decades, as evidenced by the number of books, scientific papers, and conferences devoted to these animals. Nowadays, a conference on marine mammals can attract between one and two thousand scientists from around the world. This upsurge of interest has resulted in a body of knowledge which, in many cases, 5/5(1).
These more recent habitat impacts now place more marine mammal species at risk of extinction, even those not formerly at risk due to harvesting. Various aspects of marine mammal demography also contribute to their extinction vulnerability. By the beginning of the twentieth century, many marine mammal populations had reached perilously low levels. Books shelved as marine-mammals: The Florida Manatee: Biology and Conservation by Roger L. Reep, The Odyssey of KP2: An Orphan Seal, a Marine Biologist.
Committee on Characterizing Biologically Significant Marine Mammal Behavior () Marine mammal populations and ocean noise: Determining when noise causes biologically significant effects. National Academies Press, Washington, by: Although hunting pressures have declined, marine mammals still suffer from low numbers and inadvertent human activities such as certain fishing methods, boating and shipping traffic, and increasing ocean noise. WHOI scientists have conducted marine mammal research for decades, from making the first underwater recordings of marine mammal sounds.
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Page x Share Cite. Suggested Citation:"Front Matter." National Research Council. Show this book's table of contents. Download a PDF of "Marine Mammal Populations and Ocean Noise" by the National Research Council for free.
About this book. A series of marine mammal strandings, lawsuits, legislative hearings and, most recently, a report from the U.S. Commission on Ocean Policy, have all drawn attention to the subject of how ocean noise affects marine mammals.
protecting marine mammal habitat and regulating cumulative effects. One approach for protecting marine mammals might be to monitor their populations and initiate protective measures for populations in decline.
However, we cannot estimate trends precisely for most marine mammal populations, and by the time a decline is detected, it may be too late. Marine Mammal Populations and Ocean Noise: Determining When Noise Causes Biologically Significant Effects Committee on Characterizing Biologically Significant Marine Mammal Behavior, National Research Council.
The NRC report contains much valuable information and some important recommendations, but there is some language that is open to. Get this from a library. Marine mammal populations and ocean noise: determining when noise causes biologically significant effects.
[National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on Characterizing Biologically Significant Marine Mammal Behavior.; National Academies Press (U.S.)]. This book discusses, among many other topics, just how well marine mammals hear, how noisy the oceans have become, and what effects these new sounds have on marine mammals.
The baseline of ambient noise, the sounds produced by machines and mammals, the sensitivity of marine mammal hearing, and the reactions of marine mammals are also examined. National Research Council () Marine mammal populations and ocean noise: determining when noise causes biologically significant effects.
Washington, DC: National Academies Press. Marine mammals Author: Douglas Wartzok. Due to a series of marine mammal strandings, lawsuits, and legislative hearings, and most recently, the U.S.
Commission on Ocean Policy report, attention has been drawn to the subject of how ocean noise affects marine mammals. Ocean Noise and Marine Mammals reviews sources of noise in the ocean environment, what is known of the responses of marine mammals to acoustic disturbance, and what models exist for describing ocean noise and marine mammal responses.
Recommendations are made for future data gathering efforts, studies of marine mammal behavior and physiology. National Research Council ().Marine Mammal Populations and Ocean Noise: Determining When Noise Causes Biologically Significant gton DC, USA: National Academies Press.
Marine Mammal Populations and Ocean Noise: Determining When Noise Causes Biologically Significant Effects ().pdf writen by National Research Council, Division on Earth and Life Studies, Ocean Studies Board, Committee on Characterizing Biologically Significant Marine Mammal Behavior: At.
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Photo credit: Valeria Vergara. In Septemberduring the aftermath of 9/11, much of the coastal ocean around North America was, for the first time in decades, quiet. The implications for conservation of marine mammal populations are source of ocean noise and which may result in the taking of marine mammals.
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Review of the literature and discussion of how noise impacts marine mammals. Richardson et al. () provided a comprehensive summary of published and gray literature data on marine mammal responses to specific noise sources.
Although the literature continues to expand and many valuable new studies have appeared, most recent publications have tended to provide variations on themes rather than new data at variance with the conclusions summarized by Richardson et al.
Get this from a library. Marine mammal populations and ocean noise: determining when noise causes biologically significant effects. [National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on Characterizing Biologically Significant Marine Mammal Behavior.] -- "Attention has been drawn to the subject of how ocean noise affects marine mammals by a series of marine mammal strandings, lawsuits, and.
It was requested by the Marine Mammal Commission to provide a text that will be easily understood by individuals who do not necessarily have a background in science or mathematics but who are familiar with or concerned about issues related to sound and its effect on marine mammals.
The material in the book covers both basic. Hearing loss in mammals depends on many factors, including ncluding the hearing sensitivity of the animal in comparison to the intensity of the sound, Marine mammal populations and ocean noise: determining when noise causes biologically significant effects.
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