What Does Ecosystem Acoustics Reveal About Marine Mammals in the Bering Sea?
The Bering Sea is a highly productive marine ecosystem that supports valuable commercial fisheries, numerous marine mammal populations, and local communities. The ecological dynamics of the eastern Bering Sea shelf are a product of complex oceanographic processes in which physical processes are ultimately linked to biological production.
KeywordsMarine Mammal Humpback Whale Active Acoustics Gray Whale Bowhead Whale
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