Reports and Articles

Racket in the Oceans (2017)

Consortium for Ocean Leadership 2016 Industry Forum: Sound in the Sea (2016)

Ocean Noise Strategy Roadmap (2016)

Special Publication from the ASCOBANS/ACCOBAMS/ECS Workshop on Noise and Environmental Impact Assessments (2015)

Baltic Sea Information on the Acoustic Soundscape (BIAS) STANDARDS FOR NOISE MEASUREMENTS Background information and Guidelines (2015)

Listening to the deep (2015)

U.S. Navy Living Marine Resources Annual Reports (2015, 2014)

CBD Report of the Expert Workshop on Underwater Noise and its Impacts on Marine and Coastal Biodiversity (2014)

Good Practice Guide No. 133 Underwater Noise Measurement, UK National Physical Laboratory (2014)

UNEP Scientific Synthesis on the Impacts of Underwater Noise on Marine and Coastal Biodiversity and Habitats (2012)

The effects of anthropogenic sound on marine mammals (2008)

Potential Application of Vessel-Quieting Technology on Large Commercial Vessels (2007)

Audio and Video

How human noise affects ocean habitats (audio and video) - TED Talk by Kate Stafford, filmed Nov. 2016

Oregon Scientists Eavesdrop On Ocean's Deepest Deep - Air Date: March 2, 2016

Sounds of the Sea (audio) - Air Date: Week of March 28, 2014

The Voice of the Natural World (audio and video) - Filmed June 2013

The Noisy Ocean and Its Consequences (audio) - Air Date: Week of August 19, 2011

The Intriguing Sound of Marine Mammals (audio and video) - TED Talk by Peter Tyack, filmed April 2010

PowerPoint Presentations

Using Ambient Noise to Study the Ocean - Presentation by Bill Kuperman at symposium on 70 Years of World Ocean Research on 12-13 September 2016

Status: The IQOE Science Plan has been reviewed and approved by the Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research (SCOR) and the Partnership for Observation of the Global Oceans (POGO), and is available here.

Funding has been obtained to begin initial implementation activities. An IQOE Science Committee has been formed and met for the second time in London, UK on 27-28 January 2017.

SCOR and POGO staff members will assist project scientists with implementation.

Next Steps: Additional funding is being sought, including for an international project office.