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Many marine animals, like these North Atlantic right whales swimming near Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary, use sound to communicate with one another. Many of these sounds are similar in tone or frequency to noise produced by underwater human activities – so we’re finding that a noisier ocean may mean that animals have more trouble communicating than they used to. Noise can also affect animals’ ability to orient and navigate, find food, avoid predators, and select mates. 

With this in mind, NOAA is launching its Ocean Noise Strategy Roadmap to guide a more effective and comprehensive management of ocean noise impacts on marine life over the next 10 years. Learn more about the roadmap at cetsound.noaa.gov

(Photo: Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, under NOAA permit #15488)


Otter Noises