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Recent Blog Post

Ship noise overlaps with whale frequencies

Published 2016-02-02

In the Salish Sea, off the coast of Washington State, three pods of orcas (J, K, and L) make up the Southern Resident Killer Whale population. This population of orcas is designated as endangered and is tracked closely by researchers to monitor their health, survival, and movement. J, K, and L pods each have a distinct dialect of clicks, whistles, and calls that are used to hunt and communicate. The Southern Residents primarily eat Chinook Salmon, another endangered species in the Pacific Northwest. In a recent study, researchers have found that ship noises in the heavily traveled... (more)