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    • Addressing underwater noise in Europe: Current state of knowledge and future priorities. 

      Thomsen, F.; Mendes, S.; Bertucci, F.; Breitzke, M.; Ciappi, E.; Cresci, A.; Debusscher, E.; Ducatel, C.; Folegot, F.; Juretzek, C.; Lam, F-P.; O’Brien, J.; dos Santos, M. E. (European Marine Board, Ostend, Belgium, 2021)
      Anthropogenic underwater noise impacts have become a hot topic for environmental managers and regulators in Europe and beyond. Sounds from human activity at sea include shipping and other marine craft, construction and ...
    • Management and research applications of real-time and archival passive acoustic sensors over varying temporal and spatial scales. 

      Van Parijs, Sofie; Clark, Chris W; Sousa Lima, Renata; Parks, Susan; Rankin, Shannon; Risch, Denise; Van Opzeeland, Ilse (2009)
      Defining the appropriate scale over which to conduct a study in the marine environment is critical to achieving appropriate scientific, management, mitigation and conservation objectives. This paper focuses on applications ...
    • Management of acoustic metadata for bioacoustics. 

      Roch, Marie A.; Batchelor, Heidi; Baumann-Pickering, Simone; Berchok, Catherine L.; Cholewiak, Danielle; Fujioka, Ei; Garland, Ellen C.; Herbert, Sean; Hildebrand, John A.; Oleson, Erin M.; Van Parijs, Sofie; Risch, Denise; Sirovic, Anna; Soldevilla, Melissa S. (2016)
      Recent expansion in the capabilities of passive acoustic monitoring of sound-producing animals is providing ex- pansive data sets in many locations. These long-term data sets will allow the investigation of questions ...
    • Particle motion: the missing link in underwater acoustic ecology. 

      Nedelec, Sophie L.; Campbell, James; Radford, Andrew N.; Simpson, Stephen D.; Merchant, Nathan D. (2016)
      1. Sound waves in water have both a pressure and a particle-motion component, yet few studies of underwater acoustic ecology have measured the particle-motion component of sound. While mammal hearing is based on detection ...
    • Quality Control of Lidar Data, Version 1.0. 

      Geijsels, Sarah (Channel Coastal Observatory, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton UK, 2017)
      An important driver for the Regional Coastal Monitoring Programmes is that all data collected and made freely available should be quality-controlled in a thorough and consistent manner, to ensure that the data meets the ...
    • Quality control procedure for single beam hydrographic data, Version 1. 

      Evans, Emma; McVey, Stuart (Channel Coastal Observatory, National Oceangraphy Centre, Southampton UK, 2019)
      An important driver for the Regional Coastal Monitoring Programmes is that all data collected and made freely available should be quality controlled in a thorough and consistent manner, to ensure that the data meets the ...