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- Ranjard, L., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Ecological indicators 2018 v.84 pp. 479-487
- Balaenoptera edeni; Markov chain; acoustics; anthropogenic activities; data collection; ecosystems; fish; humans; models; monitoring; noise control; predators; summer; surveys; vocalization; whales; winter; New Zealand
- ... Increasing sound in the ocean from human activity potentially threatens marine animals that use sound to communicate, detect prey, avoid predators and function within their ecosystem. The detection and classification of sound produced by marine animals, such as whales and fish, is an important component in noise mitigation strategies, while also providing valuable insights into their ecology. Trad ...