The National Ocean noise poses threat to endangered whales off B.C. coast

The National Ocean noise poses threat to endangered whales off B.C. coast

Researchers are looking to better understand how marine traffic is affecting the critically endangered southern resident killer whales. In an attempt to reduce the threat, ships are being asked to slow down and whale watchers are being asked to stay back. CBC's Briar Stewart reports.

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  • Added on: 01/22/2019
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