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Sydney Inlet Acoustic Refugium (Clayoquot Sound BR)

The goal of this program is to increase awareness of both natural sounds and human-made noise and their intersection at important feeding habitats for at-risk marine mammals. Throughout this project, more will be learned about the ecological significance of ‘quiet’ places, such as Sydney Inlet, that are rich in biophony and geophony and have very little human noise disturbance.

Type: Conservation of biodiversity

Field of activity: Ecosystem/habitat conservation

Responsible body: Clayoquot Biosphere Trust and Canada's Department of Fisheries and Oceans

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Contact: Laura Loucks - Laura@clayoquotbiosphere.org

Area of operation: Clayoquot Sound BR

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