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Seven miles deep, ocean still a noisy place
Sound recorded from deepest part of the world's ocean
Date: March 2, 2016
Source: NOAA Headquarters
For what may be the first time, NOAA and partner scientists eavesdropped on the deepest part of the world's ocean and instead of finding a sea of silence, discovered a cacophony of sounds both natural and caused by humans.
The project, which was funded by the NOAA's Office of Ocean Exploration and Research, was designed to establish a baseline for ambient noise in the deepest part of the Pacific Ocean. Human-created noise has increased steadily in recent decades and getting these first recordings allows scientists in the future to determine if the noise levels are growing and how this might affect marine animals that use sound to communicate, navigate and feed, such as whales, dolphins and fish.
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Source : NOAA Headquarters. (2016, March 2).
Seven miles deep, ocean still a noisy place: Sound recorded from deepest part of the world's ocean.
ScienceDaily. Retrieved March 9, 2016 from www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/03/160302135601.htm
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