Freshwater fish Arctic

Assessing vessel slowdown for reducing auditory masking for marine mammals and fish of the western Canadian Arctic

<b>Pine, M. K.</b>, Hannay, D. E., <b>Insley, S. J.</b>, <b>Halliday, W. D.</b>, and Juanes, F.


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<b>Pine, M. K.</b>, Hannay, D. E., <b>Insley, S. J.</b>, <b>Halliday, W. D.</b>, and Juanes, F. (2018). Assessing vessel slowdown for reducing auditory masking for marine mammals and fish of the western Canadian Arctic. Marine Pollution Bulletin 135, 290-302. https://library.wcs.org/DesktopModules/Bring2mind/DMX/API/Entries/Download?EntryId=34709&PortalId=96&DownloadMethod=attachment

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