New Study Sheds Light on Marine Traffic’s Impact on Whales

The Caribbean Humpback Acoustic Monitoring Program (CHAMP) used acoustic recorders to gain insight on local humpback whale populations, expanding previous coverage and encouraged collaboration between many organizations. This study took place between December 2016 and June 2017 around the islands of the Dominican Republic, St. Maarten, Guadeloupe east and west, Martinique, Aruba and Bonaire. 

This article was published in BioNews29

For more information: Heenehan, H.L., Stanistreet, J.E. (2017). Caribbean Humpback Acoustic Monitoring Programme: 2016-2017 Report. 

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