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Future directions for acoustic marine mammal surveys

Future directions for acoustic marine mammal surveys

stock assessment and habitat use : report of a workshop held in La Jolla, California, 20-22 November 2002

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in Seattle, WA, Springfield, VA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Marine mammal populations -- Estimates -- Congresses.,
  • Marine mammals -- Detection -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDavid Mellinger and Jay Barlow, co-convenors.
    GenreCongresses.
    SeriesNOAA OAR special report, Contribution 2557 from NOAA/Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, Contribution (Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory (U.S.)) ;, no. 2557.
    ContributionsMellinger, David, Barlow, Jay., Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory (U.S.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL708.6 .F88 2003
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 38 p. :
    Number of Pages38
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3749139M
    LC Control Number2003431474

      Marine Mammal Surveyor Training course June, You’ll learn about marine mammal life and how to plan a marine wildlife survey. Then join a research boat off the Cornish coast to carry out visual and acoustic surveys, photographic identification, data collection and mapping. The development of impact indicators within the MSFD is now being considered, and there are substantial challenges to address, particularly around which species or taxonomic groups to focus on and the lack of evidence for clear relationships (dose-response curves) between noise levels and certain animal responses (e.g. marine mammal behavioural.

    The order Cetacea is a specialised group of marine mammals commonly referred to as whales, dolphins, and porpoises. Cetaceans have evolved to inhabit marine and freshwater environments around the world (Pompa et al., ).As apex predators, they play a vital role in maintaining a stable and balanced ecosystem (Heithaus et al., ).As offshore industries continue to expand, interest in. Mammal Commission, Bethesda, MD, and National Marine Fisheries Service, Silver Spring, MD., U.S. Dept. Commerce. NOAA Tech. Memo. NMFS-F/SPO, p. Copies of this report may be obtained from: NOAA Fisheries Office of Science and Technology National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration East-West Highway, SSMC 3-Room Silver.

    Marine mammal signals were recorded in in Monterey Bay using a simple (i.e., on or off) acoustic recording system integrated into a Seaglider [5]. Now, two commercially avail-able types of gliders have each had acoustic recorders installed, and are being deployed expressly for the purpose of record-. The sound source used by the Acoustic Thermometry of Ocean Climate (ATOC) experiment is acoustically different from the source used in the previous Heard Island Feasibility Test (HIFT), in part due to concerns about potential effects on marine mammals and in part to the shorter distance between the ATOC sources and receivers. In fact, information obtained from HIFT indicated that a less.


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Future Directions for Acoustic Marine Mammal Surveys 5 Presentations (Wednesday, 20 November) The workshop aimed to bring together two communities of marine mam-mal experts: those in assessment, and those in acoustics.

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Integration of Automated Acoustic Detection Methods into Towed-Array Surveys for Marine Mammals Tina 1,2,3, Jay Barlow1, Shannon Rankin1, and Douglas Gillespie4 1National Marine Fisheries Service, Southwest Fisheries Science Center, La Jolla, California 4Sea Mammal Research Unit Scottish Oceans Institute.

University of St. Andrew. Marine Mammal Acoustics Begun as a hobby and pet project of Jay Barlow, the acoustics laboratory has developed tools used in the detection of cetaceans during line-transect surveys. This project has truly blossomed, and is now an integral part of our cetacean surveys.

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Based on more than two decades of offshore experience, and a decade of supplying MMO and PAM services (commercial and scientific), the Reviews: Ocean Noise and Marine Mammals reviews sources of noise in the ocean environment, what is known of the responses of marine mammals to acoustic disturbance, and what models exist for describing ocean noise and marine mammal responses.

Recommendations are made for future data gathering efforts, studies of marine mammal behavior and physiology. Mellinger and J. Barlow, “Future directions for acoustic marine mammal surveys: Stock assessment and habitat use,” Report of a Workshop held in La Jolla, CA, November 20–22,NOAA OAR Special Report, NOAA/PMEL No.

Google Scholar; 2. Anthropogenic activities such as seismic surveys can ensonify large areas and potentially mask marine mammal signals from acoustic detection (e.g., Guerra et al., ). Vocalization rates can vary among individuals and over time, and may depend on behavior, age, and sex class (Parks et al., ).

2 The accompanying ‘Reference document: Guidelines for minimising acoustic disturbance to marine mammals from seismic survey operations’ is available from the DOC website - 3 Please note that if you are operating in the Territorial Seas (coast – 12 nm) your operation may be subject to controls under the Resource.

Mellinger, D.K. and Barlow, J. “Future directions for acoustic marine mammal surveys: stock assessment and habitat use.” NOAA OAR Special Report, NOAA/PMEL Contributionavailable from NOAA Pacific Environmental Laboratory.

37pp. Acoustic detection techniques can identify animals in the area, but out of sight of the visual observers, by passively listening for sounds the animals make [3] Mellinger, D. K., & Barlow, J. Future directions for acoustic marine mammal surveys: Stock assessment and habitat use (p.

37). NOAA Workshop on Future Directions for Acoustic Marine Mammal Surveys NOAA PR-Navy-MMS: Marine Mammals & Noise – Research and Mitigation U.S.

Navy/N various panels and workshops on mitigation of the effects of. of that work, focusing on marine mammal surveys that are relevant for MSP by Washington. There is an extensive body of research documenting marine mammals along the coast of Washington state.

Primary sources of ship-based and aerial survey information include data collected by: NOAA’s National Marine.Marine mammal monitoring of a seismic survey on the Scotian Slope, p.

29‑40 In: K. Lee et al. (eds.), Acoustic monitoring and marine mammal surveys in The Gully and Outer Scotian Shelf before and during active seismic surveys. Environ. Stud. Res. Funds Rep.

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