Noise in the Sea

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TitleDr
Organisation NameRBINS
Family NameNorro
First NameAlain
Accademic TitleDr
E-mailalain.norro@naturalsciences.be
Department / SectionInstitut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique
CountryBelgium
Phone+3226274444
Website
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Keywordsunderwater noise, wind park, operational noise, ambient noise
DescriptionI am physicist working in the field of oceanography and more specifically and from more than 10 years in the field of 'underwater acoustic'. After studying the 'construction underwater sound' generated by pile driving used for the implementation of wind turbine in our zone of the North Sea, i did evaluate the efficiency of the noise reducing methods used in our domain dominated by strong tidal current(Frame of the National monitoring project MONWIN). 'Operational sound' generated by renewable at sea was started with the MARVEN EU project and is still running today within the project APELAFICO from the Dutch government. Aside of that, ambient noise bathing our zone off the North Sea was investigated under the EU INTERREG Project JOMOPANS. My work extends from the data gathering to the publication of the results including data treatment and data handling. Impulsive noise pollution in the Northeast Atlantic: Reported activity during 2015–2017. Nathan D. Merchant, Mathias H. Andersson, Tetrienne Box, Florent Le Courtois, D.nal Cronin, Neil Holdsworth, Niels Kinneging, S.nia Mendes, Thomas Merck, John Mouat, Alain M.J. Norro, Benjamin Ollivier, Carlos Pinto, Philip Stamp, Jakob Tougaard. Marine Pollution Bulletin 152 (2020) 110951 An echosounder view on the potential effects of impulsive noise pollution on pelagic fish around windfarms in the North Sea Annebelle C.M. Kok, Lisa Bruil, Benoit Berges, Serdar Sakinan, Elisabeth Debusschere, Jan Reubens, Dick de Haan, Alain Norro, Ha
Project DescriptionWe are partner of the PURE WIND proposal
Opportunities for NetworkingI am a member of the EU TGNoise group of the EU and also a member of the OSPAR ICG-Noise.

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TitleProf. Prof. h. c. Dr.
Organisation NameUniversity of Veterinary Medicine Hannover, Foundation
Family NameSiebert
First NameUrsula
Accademic TitleProf. Prof. h. c. Dr.
E-mailjoseph.schnitzler@tiho-hannover.de
Department / SectionInstitute for Terrestrial and Aquatic Wildlife Research (ITAW)
CountryGermany
Phone+49 511-856 8158
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KeywordsMarine vibrator
DescriptionThe main task of the ITAW in the field of wildlife biology and health is basic and monitoring research, as well as applied research. Research focuses on wildlife diseases, especially infectious diseases and zoonoses. Here it is considered how infectious diseases in wild animals spread as a result of climate change and how these can endanger humans as a reservoir. Equally important is habitat use, bioacoustics, auditory research, behavioral research, nutrition, reproduction, immunology, wildlife management and the ecology of wildlife in connection with nature conservation issues. The aim is to research the biology and ecology of wild animals in the context of the impact of anthropogenic activities on the animals. A major part of ITAW's research, both terrestrial and aquatic, focuses on the impact of human activities on the health and survival of wildlife populations. For example, shipping, road construction, the use of chemicals and pharmaceuticals, waste, construction on water and land, agriculture and fisheries, as well as tourism and military activities are considered.
Project DescriptionThe broad objective of this project is to determine the response of baleen whales to a typical MV signal in terms of the variables affecting the response, such as the received sound level, relative movements of whales and distance between them, behavioural state and social context of preceding whale behaviour, and environmental variables.
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TitleSystema catalog
Organisation NameIUSTRY Institution University
Family NameGiostry
First NameGiostry
Accademic Titleassociate professor
E-mailgiostry.giostry@physics-iustry.eu
Department / Section
CountryAfghanistan
Phone+999999999999
Websitehttps://www.system/orcid/orcid_xxx99
Link to 'research gate' or equivalentdata diffusione catalogue NORsty national organism research technology
Keywordsgeophysics, sea, geology, life science
DescriptionExplain the concept of expertise histotical.
Project DescriptionUndertaking .
Opportunities for NetworkingCollaborations to meetings