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    • An International Quiet Ocean Experiment 

      Boyd, Ian L.; Frisk, George V.; Urban, Ed; Tyack, Peter L.; Ausubel, Jesse; Seeyave, Sphie; Cato, Doug; Southall, Brandon L.; Weise, Michael; Andrew, Rex K.; Akamatsu, Tomonari; Dekeling, Rene; Erbe, Christine; Farmer, David M.; Gentry, Roger; Gross, Thomas F.; Hawkins, Anthony D.; Li, Fenghua; Metcalf, Kathy; Miller, James H.; Moretti, David J.; Rodrigo, Cristian; Shinke, Tomio (Oceanography Society, 2011-06)
      The effect of noise on marine life is one of the big unknowns of current marine science. Considerable evidence exists that the human contribution to ocean noise has increased during the past few decades: human noise has ...
    • Stroke frequency, but not swimming speed, is related to body size in free-ranging seabirds, pinnipeds and cetaceans 

      Sato, Katsufumi; Watanuki, Yutaka; Takahashi, Akinori; Miller, Patrick J. O.; Tanaka, Hideji; Kawabe, Ryo; Ponganis, Paul J.; Handrich, Yves; Akamatsu, Tomonari; Watanabe, Yuuki; Mitani, Yoko; Costa, Daniel P.; Bost, Charles-Andre; Aoki, Kagari; Amano, Masao; Trathan, Phil; Shapiro, Ari D.; Naito, Yasuhiko (Royal Society, 2006-12-05)
      It is obvious, at least qualitatively, that small animals move their locomotory apparatus faster than large animals: small insects move their wings invisibly fast, while large birds flap their wings slowly. However, ...