[MARMAM] Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life - Budapest August 11-16, 2013

Arthur N. Popper apopper at umd.edu
Tue Jul 2 04:27:50 PDT 2013


Third International Conference
Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life
August 11-16, 2013
BUDAPEST, Hungary
www.an2013.org

An International Conference is taking place in Budapest Hungary on August 11-16, 2013. The meeting follows very successful and well-attended meetings held in Nyborg Denmark (2007) and Cork, Ireland (2010).

With increasing offshore development there has never been stronger interest in the effects of man-made noise on aquatic animals.  This conference provides an opportunity for those engaged in marine research, offshore development, and the regulation of offshore activities to learn more about the effects of noise on aquatic animals and the aquatic environment.  Aquatic Noise 2013, like its predecessors, is intended to introduce participants to the most recent research in this field.  Presentations will focus on the most recent findings, discuss regulatory and other current issues and identify data gaps.  The meeting itself will promote contact between researchers and between scientists, engineers and regulators and allow opportunities for collaboration.  Effects of noise on a wide range of animals will be considered, including marine mammals, turtles, amphibians, fish and invertebrates.

If you are interested in attending the meeting you should visit the website at www.an2013.org/<http://www.an2013.org/> <http://www.an2013.org/>

The latest iteration of the program is available on the website

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Arthur N. Popper
Professor, Department of Biology
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742
Email: apopper at umd.edu<mailto:apopper at umd.edu>
Phone: (301) 405-1940
Fax: (301) 314-9358
Web: popperlab at umd.edu<mailto:popperlab at umd.edu>
Program: www.ccebh.umd.edu

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