Freshwater fish Arctic

First description of a glass sponge reef soundscape reveals fish calls and elevated sound pressure levels

Archer, S.K.;Halliday, W.D.;Riera, A.;Mouy, X.;Pine, M.K.;Chu, J.W.F.;Dunham, A.;Juanes, F.


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Archer, S.K.;Halliday, W.D.;Riera, A.;Mouy, X.;Pine, M.K.;Chu, J.W.F.;Dunham, A.;Juanes, F. (2018). First description of a glass sponge reef soundscape reveals fish calls and elevated sound pressure levels. Marine Ecology Progress Series. https://library.wcs.org/en-us/doi/ctl/view/mid/33065/pubid/DMX3407500000.aspx

William Halliday

William Halliday

Conservation Scientist/Arctic Acoustics Program Lead

New insights into an ancient fish

New insights into an ancient fish

Known as namew in Ililîmowin (the Moose Cree dialect), lake sturgeon in English: these are the largest freshwater fish in Canada.
Claire Farrell

Freshwater fish

Freshwater fish

Safeguarding healthy fish populations for future generations