Animal Conservation Publishes Article on the effects of Sonar on Blue Whales

Lead author Enrico Pirotta, SEA’s Brandon and Ari, and many other friends and colleagues discuss the ways in which Navy sonar affects individuals and populations of blue whale. Read this article by clicking here!

ESOMM 2000? ESOMM 2021? NOPE....ESOMM 2022!!!!

SEA is excited for next week’s meeting on the Effects of Sound in the Ocean on Marine Mammals (ESOMM-2022)! 

It's GAMeON time!

That’s right! It IS GAMeON time. Learn more about this exciting workshop hosted by Duke University’s Global Alliance for Managing Ocean Noise by clicking here

SEA lead research scientist shares group delphinid behavior after experiments involving noise exposure

Dr. John Durban leads a new research method on collecting data on group delphinid behavior after noise exposure in the open ocean. SEA is proud of this new paper of John’s and excited to share it here with you all.

For more information and to read this publication, visit our blog post by clicking here!

Updated Marine Mammal Noise Exposure Criteria Papers Available Now!

SEA would like to bring to your attention the publication of three new papers on marine mammal noise exposure criteria assessment methods and behavioral responses. This work evaluates Southall et al. (2007) in light of subsequent scientific findings and proposes revised noise exposure criteria to predict the onset of auditory effects in marine mammals. Please click here for more information on responses to anthropogenic noise. Click here to view the paper on the evolution of this work, and click here to read about recommendations on residual hearing effects of these animals.

A 10-Year Study on Antarctic Killer Whale Photo ID...A Recent Publication in Marine Mammal Science

Marine Mammal Science has just published a ten year photo ID study on the killer whales living in the Antarctic Peninsula, authored by two SEA collaborators Dr. Holly Fearnbach and Dr. John Durban. Read more by clicking HERE!

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