"News" piece on new information about the effects of the Navy's anti-submarine L
"News" piece on new information about the effects of the Navy's anti-submarine Low Frequency Active Sonar (LFAS), which could cause the state to oppose future testing in Gulf of Maine waters. According to Maine Coastal Program director Kathleen Leyden, some scientists and environmental advocates believe the 240-decibel capacity LFAS may have adverse acute and chronic physiological and behavioral effects on marine species, including the northern right whale.
Marine life, Sonar
Austin, Phyllis, ""News" piece on new information about the effects of the Navy's anti-submarine L" (2001). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 5444.
Full text is not available here. Please contact the Library for a copy of the article.