effect of US low level sonar on whales
- can anyone provide scientific proof that the low level sonar now
being used by the US navy can cause "the bends", stranding, abortions
and drastic migratory change in the worlds whaling population...i
need technical stuff not newspaper articles etc.....
- On Tue, 30 Jul 2002, healka wrote:
> can anyone provide scientific proof that the low level sonar nowThis should be a good start:
> being used by the US navy can cause "the bends", stranding, abortions
> and drastic migratory change in the worlds whaling population...i
> need technical stuff not newspaper articles etc.....
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