Whales and seals Arctic

Using western science and Inuit knowledge to model ship-source noise exposure for cetaceans (marine mammals) in Tallurutiup Imanga (Lancaster Sound), Nunavut, Canada

Kochanowicz, Zuzanna;Dawson, Jackie;Halliday, William D.;Sawada, Michael;Copland, Luke;Carter, Natalie Ann;Nicoll, Adrian;Ferguson, Steven H.;Heide-Jørgensen, Mads Peter;Marcoux, Marianne;Watt, Cortney;Yurkowski, David J.


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Kochanowicz, Zuzanna;Dawson, Jackie;Halliday, William D.;Sawada, Michael;Copland, Luke;Carter, Natalie Ann;Nicoll, Adrian;Ferguson, Steven H.;Heide-Jørgensen, Mads Peter;Marcoux, Marianne;Watt, Cortney;Yurkowski, David J. (2021). Using western science and Inuit knowledge to model ship-source noise exposure for cetaceans (marine mammals) in Tallurutiup Imanga (Lancaster Sound), Nunavut, Canada. Marine Policy. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2021.104557

William Halliday

William Halliday

Conservation Scientist/Arctic Acoustics Program Lead

The Unseen Threat: Noise in the Arctic Marine Environment

The Unseen Threat: Noise in the Arctic Marine Environment

Increasing levels of underwater noise threaten Arctic whales, seals, fish and other species. A new report offers an opportunity for Arctic nations to lead on the issue.

A library full of sound: How a new collection of underwater sounds will help protect marine life

A library full of sound: How a new collection of underwater sounds will help protect marine life

Forget that rule about keeping quiet in the library. I want my library to be full of noise, including sounds from a world that is mostly invisible to human eyes: the ocean.
William Halliday