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Potential impacts on zooplankton of seismic surveys - supplementary files

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Potential impacts on zooplankton of seismic surveys - supplementary files


Context: While the impact of seismic surveys on marine mammals has been well studied, there has been little work on zooplankton. The study by McCauley et al. (2017) published on the 23 June 2017 is the first large-scale field experiment on the impact of seismic activity on zooplankton. Their study overturns the conventional idea of limited and loca... more


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https://doi.org/10.4225/08/59704da11c841


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Richardson AJ, Matear RJ and Lenton A (2017) Potential impacts on zooplankton of seismic surveys. CSIRO, Australia. 34 pp. csiro:EP175084. https://doi.org/10.4225/08/596fac3a7e190

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We acknowledge the funding provided by APPEA for this project. We thank Dr Luke Smith and Matthew Hatch (Woodside) for their support and contribution to this work. We would also like to thank Associate Professor Rob McCauley (Curtin University) for providing advice on how to interpret his study.


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CSIRO (Australia), APPEA (The Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association) (Australia)


Richardson, Anthony; Matear, Richard; Lenton, Andrew (2017): Potential impacts on zooplankton of seismic surveys - supplementary files. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection. https://doi.org/10.4225/08/59704da11c841


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Location Details

14°0′0″ S


23°0′0″ S


123°0′0″ E


109°0′0″ E


WGS84


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Potential impacts on zooplankton of seismic surveys


While the impact of seismic surveys on marine mammals has been well studied, there has been little work on zooplankton. The study by McCauley et al. (2017) published on the 23 June 2017 is the first large-scale field experiment on the impact of seismic activity on zooplankton. Their study overturns the conventional idea of limited and localised imp... more


Modelling


Anthony Richardson


Richard Matear


Andrew Lenton


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