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The Worldwide Extent of Seismic Exploration, 1994-2004 Sarah J. Dolman, Blythe C. Jopling and Mark P. Simmonds 2008 1-3 245-248
The Calm before the Storm: the Need for Baseline Acoustic Studies off the Central and North Coasts of British Columbia, Canada Kathy Heise and Lance Barrett-Lennard 2008 1-3 248-250
Use of Monte Carlo Methods to Determine the Sensitivity of Acoustic Exposure Simulations Colin Lazauski and Glenn Mitchell 2008 1-3 250-252
The German Sound Propagation Model MOCASSIN: Integration of a Marine Mammal Database for Improving Protection Measures Stefan Ludwig, Ivor Nissen and Michaela Knoll 2008 1-3 253-255
Monitoring, Mitigating, and Managing Acoustic Effects on At-Risk Whales on the Scotian Shelf, Canada David Millar 2008 1-3 255-257
Sound Using Simulation of Live-Fire/Antisubmarine Warfare Naval Exercises in the Presence of Protected Marine Species Glenn H. Mitchell, Colin J. Lazauski, Nord Lange, Christopher P. Damon and Joshua M. Frederickson 2008 1-3 257-260
Seismic Survey: Promoting Coexistence Between the Fishing and Petroleum Industries in Newfoundland and Labrador Maureen Murphy 2008 1-3 260-262
Are Seismic Surveys an Important Risk Factor for Fish and Shellfish? Jerry F. Payne, Catherine D. Andrews, Linda L. Fancey, Jacqueline Guiney, Andrew Cook and John R. Christian 2008 1-3 262-265
Is Passive Acoustic Monitoring During Seismic Surveys a Valuable Tool for Mitigation? Nicholas E. Robinson, F. Chaudry, N. M. Clark, G. Duguid and R. N. Walker 2008 1-3 265-267
Modelling Alternative Sonar Waveforms to Determine Risk Factors for Marine Mammals Martin Siderius, Michael Porter and David Mountain 2008 1-3 268-270
Oil and Gas Activities and Sound and Marine Life: an International Joint Industry Research and Development Programme Maarten Smies and Roger L. Gentry 2008 1-3 270-272
Marine Mammal Noise-Exposure Criteria: Initial Scientific Recommendations Brandon L. Southall, Ann E. Bowles, William T. Ellison, James J. Finneran, Roger L. Gentry, Charles R. Greene, Jr., David Kastak, Darlene R. Ketten, James H. Miller, Paul E. Nachtigall, W. John Richardson, Jeanette A. Thomas and Peter L. Tyack 2008 1-3 273-275
U.S. Regulation of the Effects of Sound on Marine Life: NOAA’s Mandates and Use of Scientific Information Brandon Southall, Craig Johnson, Amy Scholik, Tammy Adams, Jolie Harrison and Ken Hollingshead 2008 1-3 275-278
Perceptions of Underwater Noise from Offshore Wind Farms and Effects on the Environment and Local Communities Jennifer A. L. Spinks, Selina M. Stead, Martin J. Downie and Matt G. Bentley 2008 1-3 278-280
Overview of Regulations for the Conservation and Protection of Organisms in European Seas Mark L. Tasker 2008 1-3 280-283
Marine Mammal Observers: Real-Time Mitigation of Anthropogenic Noise Sebastian von Lüders and Alison Gill 2008 1-3 284-285
Elaboration of the NRC Population Consequences of Acoustic Disturbance (PCAD) Model Douglas Wartzok and Peter Tyack 2008 1-3 286-288
A Proposed Method to Assess Physical Injury to Fishes from Underwater Sound Produced During Pile Driving David P. Woodbury and John H. Stadler 2008 1-3 289-291
Atypical Beaked Whale Mass Stranding in Almeria’s Coasts: Pathological Study Manuel Arbelo, Yara Bernaldo De Quirós, Eva Sierra, Mariña Méndez, Ana Godinho, Gustavo Ramírez, Maria José Caballero and Fernández Antonio 2008 1-3 295-297
Pathological Assessment of Acoustic Noise Effects in Stranded Dolphins Daniel F. Cowan 2008 1-3 297-298
Effects of Underwater Sound Fields on Tissues Containing Gas Diane Dalecki 2008 1-3 299-301
Auditory Effects of Intense Sounds on Odontocetes: Continuous, Intermittent, and Impulsive Exposures James J. Finneran 2008 1-3 301-304
Effects of Exposure to Pile-Driving Sounds on Fish Michele B. Halvorsen, Thomas Carlson and Arthur N. Popper 2008 1-3 305-307
Barotrauma in Aquatic Animals Mardi Hastings and Thomas Carlson 2008 1-3 307-310
Ultrasound Inspection for Intravascular Bubbles in a Repetitively Diving Dolphin Dorian S. Houser, Lois A. Dankiewicz, Torre K. Stockard and Paul J. Ponganis 2008 1-3 310-312
Underwater Ears and the Physiology of Impacts: Comparative Liability for Hearing Loss in Sea Turtles, Birds, and Mammals Darlene R. Ketten 2008 1-3 312-315
Marine Invertebrates, Intense Anthropogenic Noise, and Squid Response to Seismic Survey Pulses R. D. McCauley and J. Fewtrell 2008 1-3 315-318
Effects of Intense Ultrasound on Atlantic Cod Gadus morhua Henriette B. Schack, Hans Malte and Peter T. Madsen 2008 1-3 319-321
Big Bang? Intense Ultrasound Does Not Have Any Detectable Effects on the Squid Loligo pealeii Maria Wilson, Roger T. Hanlon, Peter L. Tyack and Peter T. Madsen 2008 1-3 321-323
Evaluation of Fisheries Sonar for Whale Detection in Relation to Seismic Survey Operations Frank R. Knudsen, Ole B. Gammelsæter, Petter H. Kvadsheim and Leif Nøttestad 2008 1-3 327-328

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