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Elisabeth Debusschere, Bert De Coensel, Sofie Vandendriessche, Dick Botteldooren, Kris Hostens, Magda Vincx and Steven Degraer (ed.) (2016)

Effects of Offshore Wind Farms on the Early Life Stages of Dicentrarchus labrax

vol. 875 Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology.

Anthropogenically generated underwater noise in the marine environment is ubiquitous, comprising both intense impulse and continuous noise. The installation of offshore wind farms across the North Sea has triggered a range of ecological questions regarding the impact of anthropogenically produced underwater noise on marine wildlife. Our interest is on the impact on the "passive drifters," i.e., the early life stages of fish that form the basis of fish populations and are an important prey for pelagic predators. This study deals with the impact of pile driving and operational noise generated at offshore wind farms on Dicentrarchus labrax (sea bass) larvae.
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