Discrete-space continuous-time models of marine mammal exposure to Navy sonar

Charlotte Jones-Todd, Enrico Pirotta, John Durban, Diane Claridge, Robin Baird, Erin Falcone, Greg Schorr, Stephanie Watwood & Len Thomas
Assessing the patterns of wildlife attendance to specific areas is relevant across many fundamental and applied ecological studies, particularly when animals are at risk of being exposed to stressors within or outside the boundaries of those areas. Marine mammals are increasingly being exposed to human activities that may cause behavioural and physiological changes, including military exercises using active sonars. Assessment of the population-level consequences of anthropogenic disturbance requires robust and efficient tools to quantify the...
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