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Record number 408952
Title Shortlist masterplan wind Effect of pilling noise on the survival of fish larvae (pilot study)
Author(s) Bolle, L.J.; Jong, C.A.F.; Bierman, S.M.; Haan, D. de; Huijer, T.; Kaptein, D.; Lohman, M.; Tribuhl, S.V.; Beek, F.A. van; Damme, C.J.G. van; Berg, F. van den; Heul, J.W. van der; Keeken, O.A. van; Wessels, P.; Winter, H.V.
Source IJmuiden : IMARES (Report / IMARES Wageningen UR C092/11) - 138
Department(s) IMARES Vis
IMARES Visserij
IMARES
IMARES Milieu
IMARES Aquaculture
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2011
Keyword(s) larven - vissen - geluidshinder - overleving - gezondheidsgevaren - diergezondheid - health impact assessment - noordzee - windmolenpark - larvae - fishes - noise pollution - survival - health hazards - animal health - north sea - wind farms
Categories Animal Health and Welfare
Abstract Fish can suffer lethal damage to their swim bladder or other organs due to loud impulse sounds such as pile driving noise. However, detailed dose-response studies are still scarce, especially for the early life stages. In view of the rapid extension of offshore wind farms in the North Sea, there is an urgent need to acquire more knowledge on the effects of noise caused by pile driving. This study focussed on the effect of piling noise on the survival of fish larvae.
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