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Assessing the effects of human-caused activities on marine mammals

(National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine) Rising levels of noise in the ocean have been identified as a growing concern for the well-being of marine mammals, but other threats such as pollution, climate change, and prey depletion by fisheries may also harm marine mammals and influence their response to additional noise.
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