Tag: ocean noise
Finding Yoda – Part 3
Guest Blogger June 24, 2014
Today we find Yoda in the company of humpbacks who sing their mysterious songs in the quiet ocean waters of B.C.'s north coast. WWF is working with Cetacea Lab on an exciting new hydrophone project – the first of its kind in Canada – to understand how noise from increased shipping traffic could affect whale habitat.
Extremely loud and incredibly close: seismic tests in Atlantic Canada will hurt endangered whales
Tonya Wimmer May 13, 2014
The Sable Gully celebrates its 10th Anniversary as a Marine Protected Area in May 2014. But this safe haven could soon be under threat by loud seismic exploration for oil and gas, blasting away years of efforts to protect one of Canada’s most incredible undersea environments.