Freshwater fish Whales and seals Arctic

The sources and prevalence of anthropogenic noise in Rockfish Conservation Areas with implications for marine reserve planning

Nikolich, Katrina;Halliday, William D.;Pine, Matthew K.;Cox, Kieran;Black, Morgan;Morris, Corey;Juanes, Francis


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Nikolich, Katrina;Halliday, William D.;Pine, Matthew K.;Cox, Kieran;Black, Morgan;Morris, Corey;Juanes, Francis (2021). The sources and prevalence of anthropogenic noise in Rockfish Conservation Areas with implications for marine reserve planning. Marine Pollution Bulletin. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpolbul.2021.112017

William Halliday

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