Many marine animals produce a wide variety of audible as well as infra- and ultra-sonic sounds for navigating, finding food, mating and many other vital behaviors. With human use of the world's oceans on the rise, background noise levels in the marine realm are increasing. Join Ana Sirovic as she discusses how ocean noise varies across the Pacific Ocean and what it may mean for whales, fish, and other animals that rely on sounds for their survival. (#26001)
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K-12 Educational Standards
Standards for Grade(s): 9-12
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