Scientists listen to whales, walruses and seals in a changing Arctic seascape

Scientists listen to whales, walruses and seals in a changing Arctic seascape


Beluga whales’ incredibly sophisticated series of vocal repertoires and acoustic systems suggest that they are capable of forming very complex relationships and groups. Credit: Lisa Barry, NOAA/NMFS/AFSC/MML.

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A year-round acoustic study of marine mammals in the northern Bering Sea is providing scientists with a valuable snapshot of an Arctic world already under drastic pressure from climate change…

Read Full Article, Science Daily (02-03-2020)

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