REVIEW OF THE EFFECTS OF AIRCRAFT OVERFLIGHTS ON WILDLIFE: ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY
This annotated bibliography contains the majority of the literature on the effects of noise and noisy disturbances on free-ranging animals. Emphasis was placed on studies of the effects of man-made noise on wild animals. Noise was defined as any sound that could interfere with the normal behavior or function of an animal, including man-made noise, seismic noise, ambient noise produced by wind or other natural phenomena, and ambient noise produced by animals themselves. Government documents are listed with both the accession number of the agency that archives the document and the reference numbers of the performing agency (e.g., the NTIS number and the original contract number). Each listing is followed by the original abstract written by the authors, where available, or an abstract of the document written by the annotators.
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- Bowles, A
- FIDELL, S
- Tabachnick, B
- Publication Date: 1994-8
- Pagination: 346 p.
- TRT Terms: Aircraft noise; Bibliographies; Noise; Wildlife
- Old TRIS Terms: Overflight
- Subject Areas: Aviation; Environment;
- Accession Number: 00720315
- Record Type: Publication
- Report/Paper Numbers: NPOA-92-2
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Mar 31 1996 12:00AM