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Dr Andy Radford to lead a £600,000 grant on the impact of anthropogenic noise in the marine environment

25 August 2010

Andy Radford, Marc Holderied and Steve Simpson, along with Cato ten Hallers-Tjabbes of the Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, have been awarded a £600,000 contract from Defra to study 'The Impact of Anthropogenic Noise on Fish and Invertebrates at the Individual, Population and Community Level'. The project will combine experimental investigations of physiological, behavioural and developmental impacts on individuals with volumetric soundscape mapping and predictive population modeling to consider this rapidly increasing global issue.

Andy Radford, Marc Holderied and Steve Simpson, along with Cato ten Hallers-Tjabbes of the Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, have been awarded a £600,000 contract from Defra to study 'The Impact of Anthropogenic Noise on Fish and Invertebrates at the Individual, Population and Community Level'. The project will combine experimental investigations of physiological, behavioural and developmental impacts on individuals with volumetric soundscape mapping and predictive population modeling to consider this rapidly increasing global issue.
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