Fish Noise

Ambient sounds and intra-/inter-species communication are important to fish and invertebrate survival. For many marine animals, sound plays a key role in navigation, finding food and mates, and avoiding predators. We are interested in how key sound-producing species fit into the broader biological soundscape across different habitats and how they are affected by human-made noise. We aim to improve the understanding of fish and invertebrate ecology and help inform conservation and management decisions.