Refining Estimates of Collision Risk for Harbour Seals and Tidal Turbines

We’re excited to announce the release of a new report which updates how we can assess the potential impacts of collisions between marine mammals and tidal energy devices!

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Lunge feeding humpback whales

Humpback whale calls light up the airwaves

On Saturday night, the 5th November, people listening to the live streaming hydrophone deployed off Lime Kiln Point State Park were surprised and thrilled to hear the calls of a humpback drift out over the airwaves. But as I write this post I find myself listening to humpback calls again, this time live -perhaps it is the same whale as last night, perhaps a different one.

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Friday night whale party in the Salish Sea!

On Friday night it sounded like the Southern Resident killer whales were having a party in Haro Strait.

Our live hydrophones at Lime Kiln Point State Park drew listeners from around the world as Southern Resident killer whales hung out off the Lighthouse. We listened long after dark as the whales continued to call and echolocate.

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Population effects of Navy sonar on marine mammals?

We’re delighted to announce the release of two reports that we’ve produced working with the Office of Naval Research, exploring how the interim Populations Consequences of Disturbance (iPCoD) might be adapted to explore the population level effects of Navy exercises on marine mammal populations. In this study we focused on populations of Blainville’s beaked whales and sperm whales on US Navy ranges in the Bahamas and around Hawai’i.

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