Andrew N. Radford
Beyond a simple effect: variable and changing responses to anthropogenic noise.
Radford, Andrew N.; Purser, Julia; Bruintjes, Rick; Voellmy, Irene K.; Everley, Kirsty A.; Wale, Matthew A.; Holles, Sophie; Simpson, Stephen D.
Irene K. Voellmy
Kirsty A. Everley
Dr Matt Wale M.Wale@napier.ac.uk
Stephen D. Simpson
Arthur N Popper
A growing number of experimental studies have demonstrated that exposure to anthropogenic noise can affect the behavior and physiology of a variety of aquatic organisms. However, work in other fields suggests that responses are likely to differ between species, individuals, and situations and across time. We suggest that issues such as interspecific and intrapopulation variation, context dependency, repeated exposure and prior experience, and recovery and compensation need to be considered if we are to gain a full understanding of the impacts of this global pollutant.
Radford, A. N., Purser, J., Bruintjes, R., Voellmy, I. K., Everley, K. A., Wale, M. A., …Simpson, S. D. (2016). Beyond a simple effect: variable and changing responses to anthropogenic noise. In A. N. Popper, & A. Hawkins (Eds.), The Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life II (901-907). New York, USA: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4939-2981-8_111
|Deposit Date||Apr 1, 2016|
|Peer Reviewed||Peer Reviewed|
|Series Title||Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology|
|Book Title||The Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life II|
|Keywords||Condition dependency; Context dependency; Interspecific variation; Repeated exposure; Recovery; Loading...The Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life IIThe Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life IILook Inside Chapter MetricsCitations2Readers3Downloads35Provided by|
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