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    • First indications that northern bottlenose whales are sensitive to behavioural disturbance from anthropogenic noise 

      Miller, Patrick; Kvadsheim, P H; Lam, F P A; Tyack, Peter Lloyd; Curé, C; De Ruiter, Stacy Lynn; Kleivane, L; Sivle, L D; van IJsselmuide, S P; Visser, F; Wensveen, Paulus Jacobus; von Benda-Beckmann, A M; Martin Lopez, Lucia Martina; Narazaki, Tomoko; Hooker, Sascha Kate (2015-06-03) - Journal article
      Although northern bottlenose whales were the most heavily hunted beaked whale, we have little information about this species in its remote habitat of the North Atlantic Ocean. Underwater anthropogenic noise and disruption ...
    • Northern bottlenose whales in a pristine environment respond strongly to close and distant navy sonar signals 

      Wensveen, Paul J.; Isojunno, Saana; Hansen, Rune R.; Von Benda-beckmann, Alexander M.; Kleivane, Lars; Van Ijsselmuide, Sander; Lam, Frans-peter A.; Kvadsheim, Petter H.; Deruiter, Stacy L.; Curé, Charlotte; Narazaki, Tomoko; Tyack, Peter L.; Miller, Patrick J. O. (2019-03-20) - Journal article
      Impact assessments for sonar operations typically use received sound levels to predict behavioural disturbance in marine mammals. However, there are indications that cetaceans may learn to associate exposures from distant ...