COVID19 Reduces Ocean Noise To the Level It Was 150 Years Ago!

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The pandemic offers a temporary reprieve from the clamor of ocean noise — which can affect how whales and other species communicate, navigate and feed — and an opportunity to reflect on the consequences of human activity for marine life, says Jimmy Thomson in an article published in the Narwhal.

The former video journalist of CBC explains how the world has screeched to a halt as it grapples with COVID-19 and what it tells about COVID19 impact underwater.

An Important Time To Learn About the Oceans

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