Racket in the Oceans: Why Underwater Noise Matters, how to Meassure it, and how to Manage it

Abstract : Underwater noise is now recognized as a major problem for life in the oceans, which represent 70% of the surface of the earth. Racket in the Oceans, a position paper by i3-Centre de Recherche en Gestion (CNRS-école polytechnique) and the Observatory for Responsible Innovation (i3, Mines ParisTech) adresses three questions : why is this issue a crucial one, how to measure underwater noise, how to manage the issue ?
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Héloïse Berkowitz, Hervé Dumez. Racket in the Oceans: Why Underwater Noise Matters, how to Meassure it, and how to Manage it. [Other] i3-Centre de Recherche en Gestion (École polytechnique - CNRS); Observatoire de l’Innovation Responsable (Mines ParisTech). 2017. ⟨hal-01486973⟩

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