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Biological effects of noise in vertebrate animals

Adam Anthony

Biological effects of noise in vertebrate animals

by Adam Anthony

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Published by Wright Air Development Center, Air Research and Development Command, United States Air Force in Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Noise -- Physiological effect.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAdam Anthony and Eugene Ackerman.
    SeriesWADC technical report -- 57-647, ASTIA document ; no. AD 142078, ASTIA documents -- no. AD 142078
    ContributionsAckerman, Eugene, 1920-, Pennsylvania State University. Dept. of Zoology and Entomology., Pennsylvania State University. Dept. of Physics., Wright Air Development Center.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination118 p. :
    Number of Pages118
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21476720M

    Noise health effects are the physical and psychological health consequences of regular exposure to consistent elevated sound ed workplace or environmental noise can cause hearing impairment, tinnitus, hypertension, ischemic heart disease, annoyance, and sleep disturbance. Changes in the immune system and birth defects have been also attributed to noise exposure. What have been brought together in these volumes are works represent­ ing a variety of modern quantitative studies on a select group of marine organisms. Some of the species studied here represent basic biological ex­ perimental subjects-in some cases, marine versions of the white rat and.

    Sound waves are characterized by compression and expansion of the medium as sound energy moves through it. This represents the pressure component of sound. At the same time, there is also back and forth motion of the particles making up the medium (particle motion).Animals can detect these different aspects of sound.   The weight of the evidence from the literature reviewed did not indicate that static EF have adverse biological effects in humans or animals. The evidence strongly supported the role of superficial sensory stimulation of hair and skin as the basis for perception of the field, as well as reported indirect behavioral and physiological by:

    Noise produces multiple effects on ecosystems and it influences habitat use by vertebrates near roads. Thus, it may reduce the effectiveness of mitigation measures installed on roads to alleviate population fragmentation. This study analyses the effects of noise on the use by vertebrates Cited by: 9. Biological Hazards. Chapter Editor: Zuheir Ibrahim Fakhri. Table of Contents Tables. Workplace Biohazards Causes infection or invasion usually contracted from vertebrate animals a shark’s attention should not be attracted by the use of bright colours, jewellery, or by making a noise or explosion, by showing a bright light, or by.


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Communication Masking by Man-Made Noise Robert J. Dooling and Marjorie R. Leek The Principles of Auditory Object Formation by Nonhuman Animals Micheal L. Dent and Mark A. Bee Characteristics of Temporary and Permanent Threshold Shift in Vertebrate James C.

Saunders and Robert J. Dooling. Brings together what is known about effects of sound on vertebrates; Provides a critical introduction to fundamental principles of hearing and acoustics that are needed by all investigators interested in effects of noise on animals; Chapters focus on taking what is known about basic hearing principles and applying them to the acoustic world of animals.

About this book. Over the past several years, many investigators interested in the effects of man-made sounds on animals have come to realize that there is much to gain from studying the broader literature on hearing sound and the effects of sound as well as data from the effects on humans.

Effects of Noise on Wildlife emerged from the Symposium on the Effects of Noise on Wildlife, organized by ICA-WG4 as part of the 9th International Congress on Acoustics in Madrid, Spain, JulyThe book begins by examining some popular and relatively well-known aspects of animal behavior in relation to noise.

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NTID EFFECTS OF NOISE ON WILDLIFE AND OTHER ANIMALS DECEM Prepared by MEMPHIS STATE UNIVERSITY under CONTRACT for the U.S.

Environmental Protection Agency Office of Noise Abatement and Control Washington, D.C. Thii report has been approved for general availability. Thus, noise can affect various aspects of an individual's physiology, that are negatively associated with metabolism, immune responses, survival, and recruitment as well as affecting development [10].

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To move beyond requiring extensive study of each sound source and each area in which it may be operated, [NRC () recommended that] a coordinated plan should be developed to explore how sound characteristics affect the responses of a representative set of marine mammal species in several biological contexts (e.g., feeding, migrating, and breeding).Research Using Vertebrate Animals.

Use non-animal methods, such as mathematical models, computer simulation, or in vitro biological systems. Avoid or minimize animal discomfort, distress, and pain as is consistent with sound scientific practices.

Domestic assurances typically remain in effect for up to four years and can be renewed.Vertebrates originated about million years ago during the Cambrian explosion, which saw rise in organism earliest known vertebrate is believed to be the Myllokunmingia. Another early vertebrate is Haikouichthys the other fauna that dominated the Cambrian, these groups had the basic vertebrate body plan: a notochord, rudimentary vertebrae, and a well.