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Does exposure to noise from human activities compromise sensory information from cephalopod statocysts?

Author
Sole, M.; Lenoir, M.; Durfort, M.; López-Béjar, M.; Lombarte, A.; Van Der Schaar, M.; Andre, M.
Type of activity
Journal article
Journal
Deep-sea research. Part II, topical studies in oceanography
Date of publication
2013-10-15
Volume
95
First page
160
Last page
181
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dsr2.2012.10.006 Open in new window
Project funding
Efectos y control del ruido antropogénico en ecosistemas marinos (e-CREM)
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/20889 Open in new window
URL
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0967064512001877 Open in new window
Abstract
Many anthropogenic noise sources are nowadays contributing to the general noise budget of the oceans. The extent to which sound in the sea impacts and affects marine life is a topic of considerable current interest both to the scientific community and to the general public. Cepaholopods potentially represent a group of species whose ecology may be influenced by artificial noise that would have a direct consequence on the functionality and sensitivity of their sensory organs, the statocysts. Thes...
Citation
Sole, M. [et al.]. Does exposure to noise from human activities compromise sensory information from cephalopod statocysts?. "Deep-sea research. Part II, topical studies in oceanography", 15 Octubre 2013, vol. 95, p. 160-181.
Keywords
Anthropogenic noise, Cephalopods, Electron microscopy, Statocyst
Group of research
LAB - Laboratory of Applied Bioacoustics

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