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Tag: underwater noise pollution

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Humpback whale

For whales, underwater noise is pollution too

Far from being the “silent world” of Jacques Cousteau’s famed documentary, the ocean actually abounds with natural sound. From the acoustic carapace vibrations of American lobster and small grunts from Atlantic cod to the... Read More
Far from being the “silent world” of Jacques Cousteau’s famed documentary, the ocean actually abounds with natural sound. From...
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Finding Yoda – Part 3

Today we find Yoda in the company of humpbacks who sing their mysterious songs in the quiet ocean waters of B.C.'s north coast. WWF is working with Cetacea Lab on an exciting new hydrophone... Read More
Today we find Yoda in the company of humpbacks who sing their mysterious songs in the quiet ocean waters...
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WWF-Canada releases report from workshop on underwater noise management

WWF-Canada hosted the second workshop on ocean noise, with the goal of finding solutions for managing underwater noise in Canada’s Pacific. This month, we released the workshop report, including recommendations in eight key areas.... Read More
WWF-Canada hosted the second workshop on ocean noise, with the goal of finding solutions for managing underwater noise in...
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