Data from: Acoustic risk balancing by marine mammals: anthropogenic noise can influence the foraging decisions by seals

Gordon Hastie, Paul Lepper, Chris McKnight, Ryan Milne, Debbie Russell & Dave Thompson
Avoidance of anthropogenic sounds has been measured in many species. The results, which are typically based on observations in limited exposure contexts, are frequently used to inform policy and the regulation of industrial activities. However, the occurrence and magnitude of avoidance may be a consequence of complex risk-balancing decisions made by animals. The importance of the factors in decision-making, such as perceived risks associated with the sounds or prey quantity and quality during sound exposure,...
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