Study to examine ocean noise pollution under way in Cork
The project will monitor how an increased in marine traffic noise is affecting whales, dolphins and porpoises
Ireland’s first real-time acoustic monitoring project of cetacean species – whales, dolphins and porpoises – began earlier this month off the south coast of Ireland. The goal of the project is to create a near real-time detection model for these species and examine the impact rising ocean noise pollution is having on marine life.
The Smart Whale Sounds project is being undertaken by Ocean Research & Conservation Association Ireland, which is based in...
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