Southall Environmental Associates Inc (SEA)
SEA, Inc. is an international company that delivers science to support conservation management and environmentally-responsible business decisions. With diverse, international experts and partners, they have extensive experience in science, research, engineering, conservation management, public education, and biological monitoring and mitigation of the adverse environmental impacts created by human industries.
Using innovative technologies and proactive collaborations, SEA, Inc. is tackling difficult and exciting scientific issues with global implications, such as the effects of sound on marine life, sustainable energy development, and the interaction of various stressors within a changing global climate.
|Title||Author||Date||Type of Content||Stressor||Receptor|
|Predicting Anthropogenic Noise Contributions to US Waters||Gedamke, J., et al.||January 2016||Book Chapter||Noise|
|200 kHz Commercial Sonar Systems Generate Lower Frequency Side Lobes Audible to Some Marine Mammals||Deng, Z., et al.||April 2014||Journal Article||Noise||Marine Mammals, Cetaceans|
|A New Context-Based Approach to Assess Marine Mammal Behavioral Responses to Anthropogenic Sounds||Ellison, W., et al.||February 2012||Journal Article||Noise||Marine Mammals|
|Acoustic Masking In Marine Ecosystems: Intuitions, Analysis, And Implication||Clark, C., et al.||December 2009||Journal Article||Noise||Marine Mammals|
|Behavioral Responses of Beaked Whales and Other Cetaceans to Controlled Exposures of Simulated Sonar and Other Sounds||Southall, B., et al.||October 2009||Presentation||Noise||Marine Mammals, Cetaceans|